Spring charges will be available mid-December.
Winter Sessions and Spring Semester Payment Dates are due Jan. 3
Students taking winter classes can check federal aid eligibility here.
Check your registration time for spring 2017.
ISIR Verification indicates that you are required to complete the Verification process. If this item is showing and you have provided all required documents, you are not required to do anything else at this time. (You can log on to My SFS Docs to confirm submission of your documents). The ISIR Verification item simply means SFS is working to review your documentation. Depending on the time of the year, this could take several weeks.
Students studying through the University of Delaware travel studies programs are automatically considered for scholarships through the Institute of Global Studies. If the study program is during the winter, loans though the federal government or alternative lenders may be available. If the program is during the primary semesters--fall and spring--current financial aid would apply. Students studying through other institutions should consider a Consortium Agreement.
We anticipate December payment for fall semester and April payment for spring for many state of Delaware funds. This includes Scholarship Incentive Program (ScIP) funds.
If you are registered for at least 6 credit hours, you may be eligible to receive federal financial aid. After you have registered for winter session, go to to check your aid eligibility. Complete the contact form and we will review your information. You will be notified by email of any aid eligibility.
There are several reasons a student may not be able to register for classes. For example, students may not be able to register until their assigned registration date. You can check this under "Enrollment Dates" on UDSIS. Also, if you are a current degree-seeking student, log in to UDSIS and review your Student Center tab to see if you have anything in the "Holds" section. If you do, click on the hold(s) and follow the instructions to complete requirements so that the hold may be removed.
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2016-2017 Winter and Spring Billing and Due Date Schedule
|Bills Communicated||Due Dates*|
|Winter||All Students||by 11/15/2017||1/3/2017|
|Graduate and PCS||by 1/15/2017||2/3/2017|
|*Pay balance in full, pay installment amount or report additional credits that are pending to ensure financially cleared|
Dates At A Glance
|November 7th||Spring Semester Registration begins at student's scheduled time|
|November 8th||Election Day, University Closed|
|November 15th||Winter Charges available|
|November 21st to 25th||Fall/Thanksgiving break, No Classes|
|November 24th to 25th||UD Offices closed|
|November 28th||Classes Resume|
|December 9th||Last day of Fall classes|
|December 12th||Fall Final Exams begin|
|December 24th to January 2nd, 2017||Holiday Break|
|January 3rd, 2017||Winter Session Classes Begin|
|February 6th, 2017||Spring Classes Begin|
Important Changes to Federal Financial Aid for 2016-2017 Academic Year
Effective July 1, 2016, there will be changes to financial aid programs due to changes in federal regulations that may affect you. Click here for a summary of changes for 2016-2017. We recommend you review these changes carefully and plan ahead for your educational future.
Information and Resources
Student Financial Services is pleased to provide the following resources for our students. Below you can find presentations and handouts regarding financing a UD education. You can also find information on using My Finances, the University's self-service site for your student account.
Federal Loan Exit Counseling:
Students who will not be registered at least half-time in the fall and who have borrowed federal educational loans are required to complete a process known as Exit Counseling. Students can complete this process at http://www.nslds.ed.gov/nslds_SA/ and may contact the Federal Direct Loans group (800-848-0979) with any questions.
SFS Office Hours
|Monday - Friday||8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.|