Our goal is to provide the best possible service to students and families who are in need of financial assistance to meet the increasing cost of higher education.
My classes are secure. What's next?
Please see the following guides for useful information on next steps.
- Using bookstore credit
- Delgado ID card
- Refund selection
- Obtaining a parking decal
- Start classes right on Day 1
How long does it take to receive my refund?
It can take up to 14 days to receive the refund after funds have been disbursed.
Why did I receive only half of my loan?
Federal regulations require that all summer loans must be disbursed in two installments. Loan disbursements will be credited to student accounts at the beginning of the semester and at the midpoint of the semester.
Fall 2018 Financial Aid Deadlines
Tuesday, September 4 - Multiple Deadlines
FINAL PAYMENT DEADLINE
Schedules must be secured and/or paid to prevent deletion.
LAST DAY TO DROP WITHOUT "W" ON STUDENT TRANSCRIPTS
The deadlines are noon in person and 4:30 p.m. online.
DEADLINE FOR 50% TUITION ADJUSTMENT
After this day, no adjustments will be given. Students are responsible for full tuition and fee rates after this day, regardless of withdrawal or lack of attendance.
Friday, September 21 - Multiple Deadlines
Final Satisfactory Academic Progression Appeal (SAP) Deadline
Appeal and supporting documentation must be submitted by this date to be considered for Fall 2018 financial aid.
Priority Deadline for MPN and Entrance Counseling
All loans that are not disbursed due to failure to complete MPN and Entrance Counseling will be required to be cancelled and recreated with new loan fee set by the Department of Education. This will delay the student's loan processing.
Monday, September 24 - First Disbursement for First-Time Loan Borrowers
Refunds can take up to 14 business days to be received.
Monday, October 1 - The 2019-2020 FAFSA Opens
All students interested in financial aid for the 2019-2020 school year are encouraged to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as early as possible.
For information on how to file College and State Agency Complaints, please visit the Student Grievance Procedures.
Additional information for consumers can be found by visiting the Student Consumer Information webpage.