Office of Student Financial Aid

Financial Aid

 

 

Office of Student Financial Aid

The University of Toledo is committed to helping find ways to make a college education affordable for UT students and their families. We offer a variety of services and programs designed to help you find ways to meet your educational expenses. Our staff is dedicated to making sure you receive your aid in a timely and efficient manner.
All questions regarding financial aid are handled by our Rocket Solution Central Office (RSC) located in Rocket Hall Room 1200 and may be reached at 419.530.8700.

2018-2019 FAFSA now available!

The FAFSA for the 2018-19 academic year is now available online. File by February 1, 2018 for maximum aid consideration.

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Understanding your Award Notification

Click here to learn more about understanding your award notification. Learn more

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FAFSA (003131 UT school code)

The 2018-2019 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available online, in your high school guidance office, or college financial aid office. Learn more

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MyUT

At myut.utoledo.edu, you can accept your financial aid and expedite its allocation. Just log in to the myUT portal.
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Scholarships

Scholarship opportunities are available to students. Learn more about scholarships and the application process. Learn more

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Net Price Calculator

The University of Toledo is on a mission to make college affordable for everyone. In fact, 75% of new students receive a scholarship or grant and 80% of new students receive state or federal aid!
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Studentloans.gov

Visit Studentloans.gov to complete entrance counseling, sign master promissory note, or find valuable student loan resources. Learn more

 

* Limited emergency aid is available for students who have a completed Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file with the Office of Student Financial Aid or, for international students ineligible to file a FAFSA, documentation regarding financial need.  Students with a documented financial emergency can inquire at Rocket Solution Central to see if they are eligible.

Financial Aid Changes for 2018-2019

IRS logo Tax information transferred from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) into the FAFSA form won't be visible. Instead, students and parents will see "Transferred from the IRS" in the appropriate fields on fafsa.gov, the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) web page, and on the Student Aid Report.

Calendar Can submit the FAFSA as early as 10/1/17. The population of applicants and parents who are eligible to use the IRS DRT has expanded. Amended tax return filers are able to use the IRS DRT to transfer their IRS tax return information from their original tax return into the FAFSA form.

logo2New Less Than Full-Time Enrollment Information

SchoolCode   The definition of "youth," as it pertains to homelessness, has changed. Students who are older than 21 but not yet 24, and who are unaccompanied and homeless or self-supporting and at risk of being homeless, qualify as independent students. They are able to complete the FAFSA form as independent students without Financial Aid Administrators performing a dependency override.

Salt Box   The University of Toledo has teamed up with SALT, a free online resource
   that offers:
          - Tips to make you smarter about money.
          - Scholarship and internship finders.
          - Simple budgeting tools.
          - Advice on paying for school.

   Click here for more information and to activate your free membership.
   Click here to take a SALT video tour.

 

   

    

Last Updated: 9/12/18