All financial aid award offers are contingent upon maintaining Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP). SAP is monitored at the end of each academic term (fall, spring and summer). Failure to maintain all SAP standards may result in cancellation of all offered federal, state and institutional financial aid awards. Information about the financial aid SAP standards may be found online.
Federal regulations prohibit the release of funds to your student account when a balance over $200 from any previous academic year is present.
Financial aid awarded to you will not be disbursed to your student account until the outstanding balance is resolved. Do not delay in resolving this issue so that we may deliver your financial aid to you in a timely manner.
The 2016-2017 FAFSA is available online. UNT's priority deadline to submit a FAFSA was March 15, 2016 but applications are still being accepted. The deadline to apply is June 30, 2017.
Federal regulations prohibit Title IV/Federal financial aid from paying the following charges:
Once federal financial aid has paid tuition, fees and housing charges (if applicable), some students may receive a refund yet still owe a balance to UNT because of finance and/or overtime charges. Payment arrangements would need to be made for the remaining balance to secure a student’s classes.
The Federal Student Aid PIN was replaced with the FSA ID by the U.S. Department of Education. The new FSA ID consists of a user-created username and password to electronically access personal information on Federal Student Aid Web sites, including FAFSA on the Web. You can use your FSA ID immediately to sign your FAFSA, but must wait for the Social Security Administration (SSA) to verify your information before you can use the FSA ID to create a renewal FAFSA, make corrections to your FAFSA, or view your SAR.
Many federal aid programs, like the Pell Grant, Iraq Afghanistan Service Grant and TEACH Grant awards, require class attendance for the courses you are enrolled and receiving grant funds. If you are marked as “Not Attending” on the official class roster (e.g., 12th day of each fall and spring term), your award amounts may be reduced or cancelled based on the courses you have actually begun attending. If you fail to begin attendance in all of the courses for which you are registered, you will have failed to establish eligibility for financial aid. In this situation, you will be required to repay all of the financial aid that you have received.