Summer 2022 aid is based on the 2021-2022 FAFSA information. If you have not completed the 2021-2022 FAFSA, you must complete it by to be considered for summer aid.
Summer financial aid is available for students who are enrolled for the summer term and have remaining aid that was not utilized during the prior fall and spring terms. The summer term is the final term in the academic year at the University of Houston. Therefore, if a student has completed the FAFSA for fall and/or spring, the application also includes the following summer. Students enrolled for summer courses will be evaluated for summer aid by the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid starting the end of April. Students should finalize their summer enrollment by April 30. Notification of summer aid eligibility will be emailed to students at the email address on file. Students should update contact information in their myUH self-service account.
Federal Direct Loans require at least half-time enrollment (6 credit hours for undergraduate/law/optometry/pharmacy/medical students, 5 credit hours for graduate students)
Current Students Students who attended the University of Houston (main campus) during the fall and/or spring term will only need to register for summer classes; no additional application form is needed. Students enrolling in repeat courses for the summer are encouraged to read the Financial Aid Repeat Course Policy.
Transfer Students Students new to the University for the spring or summer term will need to complete a Summer Transfer Monitor form if https://paydayloanadvance.net/payday-loans-va/ it is initiated on their myUH To-Do List. A student’s eligibility and enrollment will determine the awarding of summer financial aid.
Verification Deadline If you are selected for verification, the UH Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid will notify you via email regarding any additional information that is needed or any changes to your aid offer due to verification. Any requested information is initiated in your myUH To-Do List and is required to process your financial aid application.