Get Ready for Fall
The Fall 2022 semester will be starting shortly. Please review the following information on important dates and items to complete to ensure your financial aid pays out on time.
- The Fall U-Bill will be posted on August 2, 2022
- Financial aid is set to disburse on August 12, 2022
- The Fall U-Bill is due August 20, 2022
Things to complete before the fall semester:
- Complete the 2022-2023 FAFSA.
- Review your financial aid offer and accept any loans or work-study you would like to use.
- If borrowing loans, make sure to complete the online loan requirements:
- Entrance Counseling
- Master Promissory Note (MPN)
- Check your Student Center To Do List on your MyUNIverse account and complete any outstanding items as these could prevent your financial aid from paying.
- Submit your final high school transcript and/or college transcript to the Office of Admissions.
- If you are borrowing a private education loan, schedule your private loan counseling appointment.
- If you are receiving the TEACH Grant, complete the following requirements:
- Review the Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) policy to learn how your academics and dropping classes may impact your financial aid eligibility. You should always contact our office if you are considering dropping classes or withdrawing from the semester to determine if your current or future financial aid eligibility will be affected.
Financial Aid Refund Reminders:
- Sign up for Direct Deposit to ensure you receive any refund you are expecting as quickly as possible.
- Grant Permissions to allow your financial aid to credit to any expenses on your U-Bill, not just tuition and fees.
- Financial aid is paid based on your enrollment at the time your financial aid disburses.
- Scholarships require full-time enrollment (12+ credits for undergraduates; 9+ credits for graduate students).
- Grants are prorated based on enrollment (you will receive less if enrolled less than full-time).
- Loans require at least half-time enrollment (6 credits for undergraduates; 5 credits for graduate students).
- You must be enrolled in classes before the 10th day of the semester (the census date) in order to receive financial aid for those classes. Classes added after the 10th day of the semester will not increase your financial aid eligibility.