Financial Aid Reminders Your Aid Status

Use to check the status of your Financial Aid. is the main way to get information about your financial aid, documents still needed to complete your file, your deferment status, and your disbursement status. Outside Resources Early

You must inform SFA of money or aid you receive that is not listed on your Financial Aid Award Letter from any organization other than our office. Examples include: tuition fee waivers, fellowships, private or state scholarships, Florida Prepaid, or any awards that pay directly to you. Requirements

UF students must enroll at least half time to receive most types of financial aid. Students who enroll for less than full time may have their aid adjusted after the drop/add period.

Students generally receive their financial aid by direct deposit or by mail from University Bursar (UB). Disbursement is after classes begin and as soon as aid is available. UB disburses aid only after verifying enrollment status and making sure students have no financial or academic service indicators, or holds, on their records. Time Borrowers

First-time Direct Loan borrowers must complete Entrance Counseling and a Master Promissory Note (MPN) at & Fee Deferment

Tuition and fees are due by the University’s published payment deadline, normally the end of the second week of classes. However, qualifying students are able to postpone payment until the deferred fee payment deadline. The assumption with students receiving a deferment is that tuition and fees will be paid once the student’s financial aid disburses.

For help in determining if you qualify for a tuition and fee deferment, please review the & Fee Deferment page or your financial aid adviser. You may also check your deferment status using

Note: students awarded federal loans must accept those loans before the regular tuition and fee payment deadline in order to qualify for deferment.