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Financial Aid Applications

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
The FAFSA is the primary financial aid application for D.M.D. and Advanced and Graduate students. The deadline for submitting the FAFSA is March 15th.
2014 UFCD Financial Aid Application 
This application is also mandatory for receiving scholarships at UFCD. Print out the application and return it to the Office of Admissions (DMDAdmissions@dental.ufl.edu /  D3-5) by April 30, 2014.
Graduate PLUS Loans
If you are are ineligible for Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans, or need to supplement your other financial aid, you may apply for a Graduate PLUS loan at StudentLoans.gov.

Completing the FAFSA

Step 1: Fill out the application
Apply online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Applications are available online in January for the upcoming academic year and should be completed no later than March 15th to avoid financial aid delays.
Apply each year! Financial aid is not renewed automatically.
  1. Visit FAFSA on the Web
  2. Request a federal PIN (see “Your Federal PIN” on the UF Student Financial Affairs (SFA) website).
  3. Follow the instructions on the website. Be sure you read “Getting Started/Before You Apply.”
  4. Read the Office for Student Financial Affairs’ FAFSA Tips including “Common Mistakes Completing the FAFSA.”
  5. List “University of Florida” and the UF Federal School Code (001535) as school choice in Step 6 of the FAFSA.
  6. Sign your FAFSA. Students can sign the FAFSA electronically using their federal PIN (see “Your Federal PIN” on the UF Student Financial Affairs (SFA) website).
  7. After applying, you can check the status of your application and/or make corrections online at FAFSA on the Web.
Renewal Applications
You must reapply for aid each year. The Renewal Application at FAFSA on the Web has part of your information from the previous year already filled in to make the process easier. Go to FAFSA on the Web, log in and select “Fill out a Renewal FAFSA.”
Step 2: Receive your Student Aid Report (SAR)
You will receive a Federal Student Aid Report (SAR) from the federal processor about 3-4 weeks after you submit your FAFSA. The SAR indicates your Expected Family Contribution (EFC), which is used to determine your eligibility for financial aid. It also lists information you recorded on your FAFSA, so you can check your information for accuracy.
If you provided your email address on your FAFSA, you will get an online SAR as soon as 24 hours after your FAFSA is processed. If no corrections are needed, keep the SAR with your financial aid records.
If you want to be considered for aid at UF and UF is not listed in the SAR’s College Release Section, you can have corrections made by either:

  • Calling the federal processor at 1-800-433-3243, or
  • Logging into FAFSA on the Web and using your Federal PIN to make a correction.
If your email or mailing address changes, update it with the federal processor to make sure you get your Student Aid Report, electronic PIN, Renewal Reminder, and other correspondence. You can make these updates at fafsa.ed.gov or on your SAR.
Step 3: Follow up on your application
You are responsible for following up on your aid application.
Do not wait until school begins to submit required documents and ask questions if you are unsure about any part of the application process.
Be aware: about 30% of FAFSAs are selected for additional review in a process called verification. If your FAFSA is selected, it can add additional weeks to the normal financial aid processing time. This can delay your financial aid check! Apply early!
If your application is selected for Verification or Quality Assurance, you will be required to provide verifying documentation before aid can be disbursed to you. Respond promptly to requests for information or documentation. Most forms for this process are available to print from your “financial aid status” page on ISIS, or on the SFA website.

UFCD Financial Aid Application

Complete the 2014 UFCD Financial Aid Application, print and submit it. The on-time deadline is April 30, 2014.

What happens after you apply? You will receive a financial aid award notice.

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