Student FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE RESPONSE TO COVID-19
We have currently suspended in-person financial aid visits, however we may be reached at email@example.com. Find answers to common questions about how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting financial aid on our Coronavirus: Financial Aid – FAQs. When possible submit requested documents using the Document and File Upload or Dynamic Forms . Please do not send documents via mail. For more information about the University’s response to COVID-19, please visit: www.ucf.edu/safety/coronavirus/
CARES Act Funding Application
CARES Act Funding Application is available until July 5th at 11:59PM
Students that previously received CARES Act funding may reapplyApply Now
You’ve got questions?
We’ve got answers.
How do I get financial aid?
To apply for financial aid, the most important thing is to complete the FAFSA every year and follow the checklist below to avoid potential delays or setbacks.
What types of aid are available to me?
There are five types of financial aid — scholarships, grants, loans, waivers and federal work study. Find out which ones work best for you.
I’ve already applied for financial aid. What’s next?
Visit the Receive Aid Checklist and your To-Do List on myUCF to ensure you have submitted all the required items and documents. Financial Aid Summaries will be sent to your Knights Email, so make sure you check that account often.
When will I get my financial aid?
Funds begin being disbursed the week after Drop/Swap & Add and continue each week throughout the semester as students complete and meet all eligibility requirements.
No upcoming deadlines at this time.
Tuition & Costs
Here are the costs of college — and how you can make it affordable. Check out estimates for tuition & fees, room & board, and other living expenses you may encounter in college.View Cost of Attendance