Completion of an academic activity should occur each semester during the first week of classes each semester.
Confirmation of an academic activity may occur later during the term but students are at risk of having a portion or all of their federal aid withheld from the disbursement process until this activity has been successfully completed.
FAQs Related to Receiving Aid
If your questions are regarding how to use Webcourses@UCF, you may access tutorials on commonly-used features, including submitting assignments, taking tests, and posting in discussions online at: learn.ucf.edu/knights-online/using-webcourses-tutorials/
If your questions are regarding the content of the academic activity, you will need to contact your faculty member or instructor for additional assistance.
Faculty members have the option of providing an academic activity for you to complete or taking attendance. Please speak with each of your faculty members to confirm the option they have chosen.
Log onto myUCF, select View Financial Aid Eligible Courses for a list of academic activities that have been completed.
Confirmation of academic activity will be provided to the financial aid office weekly.
Students who have their academic activity confirmed by the drop/add deadline will have that information reflected with the financial aid office before financial aid disbursements begin.
Students who have their academic activity confirmed after the drop/add deadline will have that information reflected with the financial aid office after the tuition/fee and housing deadline. Any additional financial aid disbursements will occur on a weekly basis thereafter.
Financial aid disbursements begin during the second week of the term for students who have met all financial aid eligibility requirements, including confirmation of academic activity.
Failure to complete an academic activity in any course does not affect the student’s financial obligation to pay charges for tuition and fees, Housing, short term advances, etc. by the university’s published deadlines.