University of Delaware

Announcements

Winter and Spring payments are both due Jan. 3 for undergrads and start of classes for Grads and CE.

Winter Session financial aid information can be found here.

Holiday Break: SFS will close 5 p.m. on 12/22/17 and reopen 8 a.m. on 1/2/2018.

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Special Sessions

Tuition and Fees

Beginning shortly after registration opens, Special Session tuition and fees charges are generated and are updated nightly as registration occurs. Students can view their charges and make payments by logging in to My Finances. You may also review costs associated with Special Sessions on the University's Summer Session site or Winter Session site.

We ask that all financial aid is in place and balances paid by the start of classes.

Reminder: Tuition is charged and is not refundable for course withdrawals after the Free Drop/Add period..


Financial Aid

Since Special Session attendance is optional, financial aid is awarded separately from the standard fall/spring academic terms. Student borrowing eligibility will generally fall into the following categories:

Type of Aid Requirements How to Apply
Federal Direct Loan
(Student)
(1) Enrolled at least half time (defined as)
  • Undergraduate: 6 credits or more in a single session
  • Graduate: 4.5 credits or more in either session
(2) Have remaining loan eligibility after fall/spring awarding
Submit the Special Session Financial Aid Request after registering to inquire about this option.
Parent PLUS Loan
(Parent)

GRAD PLUS Loan (Graduate Student)
(1) Enrolled at least half time (defined as)
  • Undergraduate: 6 credits or more in a single session
  • Graduate: 4.5 credits or more in either session
(2) Borrower meets credit check requirements
Borrowers must complete the PLUS application process.
Alternative Loans
(Student and possible cosigner)
(1) Enrolled in a Special Session Course

(2) Borrower meets credit check requirements (may require a credit-worthy cosigner)
Information on various alternative lender options, including links to the loan applications, can be viewed here.

(NJ Residents are encouraged to also look at NJ Class Loan Options.)

Additional Information

For additional information, please refer to the University's Summer Session or Winter Session pages.