The Financial Aid Office will review your eligibility for summer 2021 financial aid. You will be notified via your University email once the review process is complete. If you are eligible, you can then view your award offers on ULink, under the Tuition and Financial Aid Tab.
To be considered for summer financial aid, you must have completed the following steps:
Registered for summer 2021 classes with at least half-time status. If you reduce your summer credits after initial enrollment, your summer aid may be reduced.
- Undergraduate - 6 hours
- Graduate - 5 hours
- Submitted a current 2020-2021 FAFSA at studentaid.gov no later than June 30, 2021.
If you are a transfer student, your summer aid eligibility may be limited based on aid received at your prior school.
If you are enrolled for summer only, and currently pursuing a degree at another school with no plans to attend a regular fall/spring semester at UL Lafayette, you are NOT eligible for Federal Student Aid at UL Lafayette.
Sources of Summer Aid
If you are eligible to receive a Federal Pell Grant based on the information provided on your FAFSA, you may be eligible to receive Federal Pell Grant funds during the summer term.
Students that attend full-time during fall and spring semesters, must be enrolled at least half-time for summer to be considered for additional Pell grant funds. This is referred to as "Year Round Pell." The amount awarded will be prorated based on your enrollment, will not exceed 50% of the maximum amount listed on your Student Aid Report (SAR), and will count towards your maximum lifetime limit.
To be eligible for the additional Pell grant funds, a student must:
- Enroll in a degree or certificate program
- Classify as an Undergraduate student (first Bachelor's degree only)
- Meet the minimum Satisfactory Academic Progress standards
- Enroll at least half time (6 hours) for the summer semester
- Have a Pell grant Lifetime Eligibility Usage (LEU) of 550% or below in the additional Pell grant scheduled award semester.
Pell Grant recipients will be automatically awarded and accepted based on enrollment. If you do not want to receive a Pell award for the summer semester, please email our department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A loan is money you borrow and must pay back with interest. Loan funds are available through Federal Student Loans (subsidized, unsubsidzed, Parent PLUS, etc.) or through Private Loan programs. For more information on each loan program, click here.
Federal Student Loans
All remaining loan eligibility will be packaged as offered on your ULink account.
Students or their parents may borrow through private loan programs if they have eligibility according to their cost of attendance. Students and their parents should consider all of their costs to determine how much money will be needed for summer attendance. Click here to view the current Tuition and Fees schedule.