Financial aid applications (including Federal and University applications described below) are available online on October 1st. Applicants may apply prior to admission and are encouraged to do so (see filing deadlines below).
Federal Application (FAFSA or Renewal FAFSA)
You may apply online at www.fafsa.gov. Please complete ALL information on the FAFSA. NOTE: the FAFSA will require 2016 tax information.
When listing the universities you plan to attend, you must indicate where you will be living while attending that university. For example, if you list the University of Utah, indicate where you will live, using the Housing Codes listed on that section of the application.
- The University of Utah and its Title IV Code, which is 003675, must be listed.
- The University of Utah address is:
University Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid
201 S. 1460 E. Rm. 105
Salt Lake City, UT 84112-9055
School of Medicine Supplemental Application for Scholarships and Loans
In order to be considered for scholarships and private loans available through the School of Medicine, students must complete the Supplemental Application by March 15th.
2018-2019 Financial Aid Processing On-Time File Completion Date is February 1st. The On-Time File Completion Date for need-based scholarships is February 1st of the calendar year prior to the academic year for which you want aid. (Example: For aid during the 2018-2019 academic year, one must have a complete file by February 1, 2018).
A complete file has no incomplete checklist items (no missing information), as determined by the University Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid. Please allow for an average processing time of 2-3 weeks.
Some forms of financial aid are available year-round. Applications can take time to process and must be sent to the federal processor at least 120 days before the beginning of the semester if financial aid is to be available for tuition deadlines.
Verification of Information
You may be required to submit an Independent Verification form (IVFI18). Only students who are requested by the University of Utah, University Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid to provide additional information need to do so. To avoid delays in processing their application, such students should respond immediately when asked to submit additional documents. Federal funds cannot be disbursed until required verification is completed. Keep copies of your tax forms, W-2's and all schedules!
The University will notify you via U-Mail when you have been awarded federal aid. This notice will give you directions to go to your Campus Information System website to review your Financial Aid Notification (Award Letter). If you will be accepting a Federal loan, you will need to accept the award via the website.
Entrance counseling All students must complete this computer-tutor program one time once before receiving Direct Unsubsidized Stafford and Graduate PLUS. If you have been awareded an Institutional Loan through the School of Medicine, you must complete the Misc. Entrance Counseling each year you receive the loan.