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Summer Aid Frequently Asked Questions

What financial aid is available for me if I take part-time courses this summer?

Federal and state grant eligibility is limited during the summer term; your FAFSA will be used to determine if you have any eligibility remaining. Limited need-based institutional grants are available to students enrolled in at least six or more credit hours. Eligibility is determined based on the FAFSA.

What financial aid is available for me if I enroll full-time during the summer?

Students who register full-time and originally enrolled with a net tuition guarantee will have their financial aid adjusted so that the net tuition guarantee remains in place during the summer term of enrollment.

What steps do I need to take to receive summer financial aid?

Federal and state grant funds will automatically be awarded as long as a FAFSA has been submitted. Federal grants require the 2020-2021 FAFSA to be on file and state grants require the 2021-2022 FAFSA to be submitted. File your FAFSA and send it to us with our school code of 00312700.

Need-based grants from UD will be awarded automatically based on your enrollment. Students registered by April 23 will receive an award notification by May 7. Students who register after April 23 will be awarded aid beginning in mid-May and continuing on a regular basis.

If you wish to utilize loan funds during the summer, you should request this by contacting our office by phone (937)229-4311 or email at finaid@udayton.edu.

What if my registration changes?

Financial aid is awarded based on your registration and may be adjusted if your enrollment changes.

Can I discuss all of the options available to me with a Financial Aid Counselor?

Zoom appointments are available and can be scheduled here: go.udayton.edu/financialaidappt, or you can call and discuss your questions over the phone at (937) 229-4311. 


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Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 1600
937-229-4141
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