Financial Aid Information for Registration

2018-2019 Academic Year (Fall 2018, Spring 2019 & Summer 2019)

  • 2018-2019 University financial aid renewal information was emailed to students’ University email accounts in November 2017. Anyone wishing to be considered for need-based grants, loans and work-study must complete all required financial aid applications each year.
  • Students who filed for federal aid for 2017-2018 will also receive a renewal notification from the Department of Education. This notification will be sent to the email listed on the previous Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA).
  • Remember, all need-based aid recipients must apply for financial aid every year and meet the financial aid academic progress policy requirements outlined in our Comprehensive Guide to Financial Aid Programs found on the website. The deadline for filing for 2018-2019 aid is April 15, 2018. Applications received after the deadline will be considered for University aid on a funds-available basis.
  • Aid eligibility for returning students will be determined after Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress is reviewed following the spring 2018 semester and all required documents have been submitted to our office. Financial Aid notification emails are sent to the University of Scranton email.

2017-2018 Academic Year (Fall 2017, Spring 2018 & Summer 2018)

  • The U.S. Department of Education requires educational institutions measure students’ progress toward a declared educational objective.  Please review the Satisfactory Academic Progress Requirements for receipt of Financial Aid in our Comprehensive Guide to Financial Aid Programs.  You are required to be aware of our Policies and Procedures.
  • FINAL REQUEST LETTERS FOR OUTSTANDING DOCUMENTS: Students should review their Financial Aid Status on the Self-Service system and complete and/or submit any outstanding documents that are still required.  This includes completing the Electronic Master Promissory Note and Electronic Loan Counseling for Loans.  Students who do not submit documents will receive cancellation of aid notices and still have an outstanding balance on their student account, will be put on HOLD for Registration by the Bursar’s Office.
  • Students who did not file a FAFSA for 2017-2018 to obtain a Federal Direct Loan, can still complete the FAFSA at
  • Alternative Loan Processing -- Federal regulations are requiring lenders who offer Educational Alternative Loans to follow extensive requirements. These requirements could delay the receipt of Alternative Loan approvals and disbursements for at least 30 days. Please plan accordingly so these delays do not interfere with registration.
  • Graduating students who have borrowed under any of the Federal Student Loan Programs will be required to complete Exit Loan Counseling.  You can complete this requirement and learn valuable information about loan repayment and deferments at the Federal Student Loan website.  Click on Exit Counseling.