Summer Aid 2018
Awarding for summer aid will begin in early May and students will need to be registered for summer courses to be considered for summer aid. Enrolling in any of the summer sessions is optional for most students. Students who are planning to enroll in summer sessions should be aware of UTEP’s requirements for awarding financial assistance.
Summer Aid Requirements:
- Have a FAFSA on file for the current academic year 2017-2018 or complete one before June 30th (add UTEP school code: 003661)
- Be admitted into a degree seeking program for the summer session or have been admitted for a prior semester.
- All pending documents, if any, will need to be submitted to complete your financial aid file.
- Meet all requirements for Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
- Students who are visiting UTEP for summer and are admitted under a “transient” status are not eligible to receive financial aid in the summer, but can apply for Emergency Loans.
- The UTEP Promise and the Texas Grant are not available for the summer semester
- Financial aid awards are based on eligibility and availability of funds.
- Students must be meeting Satisfactory Academic Progress
- A notification will be sent to the student via their UTEP E-mail regarding the student’s summer aid eligibility
- Summer awards are based on remaining aid eligibility (if not utilized during the fall/spring)
- Student classification and summer cost of attendance is also considered.
- Summer grants and loans require at least half-time enrollment.
- Summer awards will need to be accepted on Goldmine
- Please be aware of the Summer Tuition Deadline Dates
- Maymester: Students who are enrolled in Maymester must make payment arrangements with Student Business Services as financial aid will not disburse in time for their payment deadline. Students enrolled in Maymester may consider applying for an emergency tuition loan.
- Students need to pay tuition and fees or make payment arrangements prior to tuition payment deadlines. Students may consider the Emergency Tuition Loan and/or Book loans.
- Students 17 years of age or younger will need to bring parents to apply for emergency loan at the Office of Student Financial Aid.
- Students must officially withdraw prior to the first day of class if they choose not to attend the summer session.
- Sign up for Direct Deposit: Don’t wait for a check to come in the mail, sign up for direct deposit to get your refund transferred directly to your checking or savings account.
- Summer Consortium Agreements will be accepted after you register for classes but only through: Friday, July 13, 2018
- Notification of summer awards: early May
- Class Schedules and bills mailed to student: TBD
- Students may apply for Emergency Tuition Loans: May 2018
- Application of Payment/Disbursement Date (payment deadline varies for each summer session): June 1, 2018
- Last day to accept Student Loans: July 24, 2018
Federal School Code: 003661