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(214) 333-5363


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(214) 333-5336

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PRIORITY DATES AND DEADLINES

Rather than operating under strict deadlines, the Office of Financial Aid makes an effort to provide funds to students as long as funds are available. However, priority deadlines do exist because funds are limited. The following time periods have been established as priority deadlines for students applying for financial aid at DBU:

  • The priority deadline for a student to complete his/her file in order to receive maximum consideration for federal or state financial aid for the fall semester is March 15.
  • If the March 15 priority deadline is not met, the student's application will still be processed. However, all applications should be completed at least thirty days prior to registration for the academic term in which aid is desired. Applications completed after this time cannot be guaranteed to be awarded by registration. (Please see the semester Schedule of Classes for registration dates.)
  • Scholarship applications for continuing students should be completed by March 15 before anticipated enrollment in the fall.
  • Enrollment and Financial Aid: To be eligible for most Federal and State aid, a student must be enrolled for a minimum of six credit hours within each award period for which they are applying.

Fall award period: To be considered half-time, the student must register for and attend at least six hours in the fall semester. Classes in the August Mini-Terms may count toward three hours in the fall semester. Aid for these terms will not be paid until after the start of fall semester classes.
Note: Regular financial aid is not available for enrollment in courses which start after regular fall registration closes (Fall Intramester, Fall Break, and Fall Mini-Terms). However, some private educational loan assistance may be available. Contact the Office of Financial Aid for more information.

Spring award period: To be considered enrolled half-time, the student must register for and attend at least six hours during the spring semester. Classes in the December Mini-Term, Short Winter Term, Long Winter Term, and January Mini-Term may count for three hours in the spring semester. Aid for these terms will not be paid until after the start of spring semester classes.
Note: Regular financial aid is not available for enrollment in courses which start after regular spring registration closes (Spring Break and Spring Mini-Terms). However, some private educational loan assistance may be available. Contact the Office of Financial Aid for more information.

Summer award period: To be considered enrolled half-time, the student must register for and attend at least six hours during the summer terms. Because summer is separate from the standard academic year, eligible enrollment must fit into attendance patterns that include at least one-half of the summer. To be considered for summer assistance, a Summer DBU Supplemental Application must be submitted by March 15. Contact the Office of Financial Aid for more information.

 

 

 

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