Final spring installment payment is due 4/3. Balances must be paid in full before future registration.
Students returning in Fall 2017 should file the 2017-2018 FAFSA at www.fafsa.ed.gov, using UD's school code (001431).
Prospective Fall 2017 Freshmen: check out our New Student Info site.
You can view and print your 1098T electronically here. As part of the University's global online delivery process, electronic delivery allows you to access your 1098-T earlier and easier. You will be notified by email once we issue the statements and will gain immediate access to your 1098-T detail without mail delivery delay. You will then be able to print this information securely from your own home rather than having it sent via the postal service. In addition, obtaining this tax information online is one small way you can personally help the environment and it is consistent with other institutional student business functions such as admissions, registration, billing, and direct deposit.
For students with a credit balance on the student account (credit balances show in parentheses), refunds can be processed starting on or about the first day of classes. Funds showing as "pending" aid can not be refunded. To request a refund, the student must log into UDSIS and select "Request a Refund" under the "Finances" heading. The link is a web form the student must complete. Simply follow the instructions. Refunds are processed either through direct deposit (quickest method) or by check. If you have a question regarding your refund request, and the 10-14 day processing period has passed, please submit your ReqID.
If you intend to move off-campus next academic year, select off-campus on your FAFSA. Your cost-of-attendance budget (COA) will then allow you to use any excess funds above fixed costs (tuition, fees) to pay for off-campus expenses. To receive any excess funds, please "Request a Refund" from the student's UDSIS account. Also, make sure you have proper arrangements (excluding financial aid) in place to pay rent if it is due before classes start. Finally, if you change your housing status mid-year or after you file your FAFSA, email Student Financial Services to see how your COA and aid will be affected. Note: Delaware residents receiving an "On-Campus Need-Based Grant" will lose eligibility if they change from an on-campus resident to off-campus status.
The University of Delaware awards financial aid on a first-come, first-complete basis, so it is best to apply through the FAFSA as soon after January 1st as possible. Recommended filing dates for undergraduates are as follows: Freshmen should complete the FAFSA by 2/15 prior to the fall of admission; upperclassmen should complete the FAFSA by 4/15 prior to the aid year for which they are applying.
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2017 Spring Billing and Due Date Schedule
|Bills Communicated||Due Dates*|
|Spring||Undergraduate, Graduate and PCS||By 3/15/2017||4/3/2017|
|*Pay balance in full, pay installment amount or report additional credits that are pending to ensure financially cleared|
*April 3 is the last official payment date for spring semester 2017. Students who have unpaid balances for spring and earlier academic terms will likely be unable to register for future terms or receive a transcript.
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.|