Author: Williams, Michael

Pass/Fail and Satisfactory Academic Progress

Students electing to place courses on pass/fail or taking incompletes for the semester should be aware that this may have an impact on their SAP status. The Office of Student Financial Aid Services recognizes that students may be facing unexpected hardships during this period of time and will be taking COVID-19 into consideration during the […]

Summer 2020 Financial Aid

If you plan to take courses at UConn during the 2020 summer session and wish to be considered for financial aid, you must: Enroll for summer courses; most forms of aid require that you enroll on at least a half time basis Have completed a 2019-2020 FAFSA The Office of Student Financial Aid Services (OSFAS) […]

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

As the university continues to monitor COVID-19, we have implemented measures to ensure the well-being of our community. Beginning on March 14th, the Office of Student Financial Aid Services will be working remotely and we are unavailable for walk-in questions. We understand some students may experience unexpected financial hardships during this period of time and […]

Winter Intersession

Financial aid for Winter Intersession courses is based on remaining aid eligibility. Financial Aid eligibility will be evaluated after the published spring fixed enrollment date. Therefore, to meet the fee bill deadline and avoid late fees, students must pay their fee bills out of pocket.

Summer 2019 Satisfactory Academic Progress Review

At the end of each term, the Office of Student Financial Aid Services (OSFAS) is required to evaluate students who are currently on a Financial Aid Eligibility Plan for compliance with the University SAP policy. The Financial Aid Eligibility Plan status applies to students whose SAP appeal was approved in 2019. The summer term review […]

New for Summer 2019 Financial Aid

If you plan to take courses at UConn during the 2019 summer session and wish to be considered for financial aid, you must: Enroll for summer courses; most forms of aid require that you enroll on at least a half time basis Have completed a 2018-2019 FAFSA The Office of Student Financial Aid Services (OSFAS) […]