Learn tips for timely processing of your FAFSA.
The 2020-2021 FAFSA is for financial aid during the Fall 2020, Spring 2021 & Summer 2021 terms.
Federal regulations require that federal aid awards be based on courses in which students have completed an academically related activity.
Only Federal Direct Stafford Loans can be accepted, reduced or declined on your myUCF account. Grants and scholarships require no acceptance.
Students may need to provide information about the amount of anticipated financial aid they will receive per term. Use this tool to submit a request to receive documentation of projected aid.
The To Do List may contain items that you need to complete for Student Financial Assistance (SFA) or other offices within the UCF community. Students receiving financial aid should regularly check their To Do List.
There is now an easy way to let us know if you are expecting a private scholarship. Report Private Scholarships is for private scholarship funding only, do not provide information for Bright Futures or any awards that have been offered by a university department.
For help completing the verification process, please use the verification of tax information guideline to assist you in submitting the correct document.
These short videos will assistance in understanding the financial aid process at UCF and give an overview of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA). Learn helpful tips and tricks to file your FAFSA faster and more accurately!
Students now have the option to submit financial aid documents online using the Document & File Upload form. This service does not replace the existing methods such as walk-in, drop-off, mail & FAX for students to submit documents. The Document & File Upload offers students the convenience of safely and securely uploading documents to our office for review & processing.
The Office of Student Financial Assistance, a unit within Student Development and Enrollment Services, is dedicated to supporting UCF’s mission and goals through the efficient delivery of student aid. The Office provides UCF students with a comprehensive offering of financial assistance options to support student success and the attainment of a university degree.
Please note that when a student discloses (written or in person) that they have been a victim of sexual misconduct, the Office of Student Financial Assistance is required by federal regulations to inform the UCF Title IX Coordinator. The Title IX Coordinator will communicate directly with the student to ensure they are safe and aware of services available to assist them. For more information about Title IX regulations and policies, please visit http://www.osrr.sdes.ucf.edu/titleix