Please refer to the graduate's Apply for Financial Aid page for detailed instructions.
You can apply for the 2014-2015 academic year starting in January 2014.
For College of Business (GSM) students, the academic year runs from Summer 2014 to Spring 2015.
For Braniff School of Liberal Arts and School of Ministry students, from the academic year runs from Fall 2014 to Summer 2015.
You must first be admitted to a program before your FAFSA can be loaded into our financial aid system. Thus, you will not receive a financial aid award letter until you have earned admission and we have received all documentation.
By applying online, we will receive the results from your FAFSA in about 3-7 business days (during peak awarding periods). Incorrect information or submitting your FAFSA without a PIN number will slow down the process.
Financial aid award notifications will be sent out within 2 weeks of receiving all documentation. During peak season (January to May) the award notification may take up to 4 weeks.
Direct loans will release your loan funds 10-12 days after the beginning of the term, providing your 6 hours of enrollment have begun and your paperwork has been accepted by the Department of Education. Within 3 business days, after it has been verified that you have completed all documentation and you are attending 6 credit hours, your funds will be released to the University of Dallas. If there is a credit balance after your charges are paid, Student Account Services will issue you a refund within 14 days.
You must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours (half-time status) during each term that you plan to receive federal aid.
Once you complete the financial aid process and are registered for at least 6 credits (half-time status), if you have accepted enough financial aid to cover your balance at the University, you do not need to make additional payment arrangements. Even if your loan(s) will not come in until later in the term based on your course start dates, Student Account Services may clear you based on anticipated aid. Contact them to check on your account status.
If all financial aid documentation is complete, you may request a book voucher from Student Account Services. This book voucher allows you to purchase your books through the UD bookstore and charge it to your UD student account. This charge will be paid when your financial aid funds are released to the University. For more information, see their Book Vouchers page.
It is the student's responsibility to contact the Office of Financial Aid to discuss the consequence of dropping a class.
Eligibility for federal and state aid will be reevaluated each year. You will be required to complete a FAFSA each year as eligibility may change due to enrollment or changes on the FAFSA.
You must be a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident to apply for federal financial aid. If you do not hold this status, then you may apply for a private loan. Certain private loans allow international students to apply with a co-signer who is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. You will have to search for these loans online, and let our office know when you have applied with one.
Please contact your financial aid counselor:
Janet Trejo, Senior Financial Aid Counselor, firstname.lastname@example.org - last names A-G
Rachel Vaughan, Financial Aid Counselor, email@example.com - last names H-Q
Rachael Fournier, Assistant Director of Financial Aid, firstname.lastname@example.org - last names R-Z