Apply today for summer financial aid!
If you are planning on attending summer term, financial aid may be available for you. To apply, follow these steps:
- Complete the 2017-2018 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov, our school code is 003675.
- Submit the Online Summer Application by May 23, 2018 and and complete Section 4 if you are interested in being considered for loans.
- Summer Pell Grant funding is available to those that qualify. Students would be eligible as long as they have not met their lifetime limit of Pell Grant eligibility and attends at least half-time (typically 6 credits) in the summer semester.
Please read the following information carefully. If any of the information is unclear, please ask for clarification
- All students working on their first bachelor’s degree will be evaluated for grants first. Eligibility for federal grants depends upon your enrollment status as of May 23, 2018 (the last day to add classes for Summer Term 2018).
- For grant-eligible students, grants are awarded based on the anticipated enrollment indicated on the Summer Application. These awards may be adjusted to match actual enrollment as of the last day to add classes / tuition deadline. If you enroll in fewer credits than indicated on the Summer Application, it may result in an unpaid balance owing on your tuition account.
- For Pell Grant recipients, if you have received your full Pell Grant award for both Fall and Spring Semesters (i.e. attended full time both terms), you may be eligible to utilize additional Pell Grant funds as long as you are enrolled at least half-time.
- For Federal Direct Loan recipients, if you have utilized the maximum amount of Federal Direct Loan eligibility, you will not have federal loan funds available to you for the Summer Term 2018. For questions about the funding you might qualify for, please check with our office.
- If you are requesting a Federal Direct Unsubsidized or Subsidized Loan and/or Federal Direct PLUS loan for the first time, please be sure to complete Entrance Counseling and sign a Master Promissory Note (MPN) at https://studentloans.gov.
- You must be enrolled at least half-time (6 credits as an undergraduate; 5 as a graduate) to be eligible to receive Federal Direct Loans and/or Federal Work-Study.
- Summer financial aid funds may not be available until after the first week of the semester. Students who have financial obligations prior to that time will need to make other arrangements to secure funds until their financial aid becomes available.
- If at any time you drop second session or miscellaneous courses for Summer Term 2018 after you have received your financial aid disbursement, please be aware that you may be billed if you did not begin attendance in those courses.
- You are responsible for payment of your tuition by the tuition deadline, regardless of the status of your financial aid file. For information on tuition payment options, visit: https://fbs.admin.utah.edu/income.