If you are considering attending UT Dallas in the summer, the process for requesting financial aid will include submitting an on-line request. This form will become available in March. Summer is part of our 2016-2017 academic year for the purposes of processing financial aid. If you have not already submitted a 2016-2017 FAFSA you should do so now.
For financial aid and enrollment verification purposes, your enrollment status (e.g. half-time, three quarters-time, full-time, etc.) is dependent upon your academic level as well as the number of financial aid-eligible semester credit hours in which you enroll.
If you decide to send the document as an email attachment, the preferable format is PDF. If you decide to deliver the document to our office, you should bring it to the first floor of the Student Services Building during business hours.
The 2017-2018 FAFSA is available on-line at www.fafsa.gov. When UT Dallas receives the results of the FAFSA we will send you an email, letting you know we have it. At that point you should check your To Do list in Orion to determine if we need additional documentation.
We will begin sending 2017-2018 financial aid award notices to continuing UT Dallas students after the end of the spring semester.
Please see the following Orientation slides from the Office of the Registrar, Bursar’s Office, and the Office of Financial Aid.
The financial aid census date for the spring 2017 term was January 25th. This was our census date for the entire semester, including second session classes. (The Office of the Registrar has different census dates than does the Office of Financial Aid.) To be considered for financial aid eligibility, you must be registered for classes on our census date. To view other important academic dates, see the academic calendar.
Financial aid funds are disbursed in lump sums. This makes budgeting a critical part of most students’ lives. The federal government provides a great tool for creating a budget. Also, check out the Student Success Center’s Comet Cents program.
Have you been offered work-study but don’t know where to begin? Check out the Career Center for more information.