Summer Aid

Summer is the last semester of the academic award year at UVU. If you submitted a FAFSA to UVU during the Fall or Spring semesters of the 2014-2015 aid year, then your FAFSA information will carry over to Summer. If you have not submitted a FAFSA yet for 2014-2015, you will need to submit it to UVU.

There are two types of awards available for Summer semester - Pell Grants and student loans. The awards are based on individual student eligibility. If you have received a full Pell Grant for Fall and Spring semesters, you will not have remaining Pell Grant for Summer. You may have remaining Pell Grant eligibility for Summer semester if you only attended one semester or attended part-time, either at UVU or another institution for the 2014-2015 aid year. Pell Grant amounts are subject to each student's Pell Grant Lifetime Eligibility percentage. Also note that if you have received federal loan money at UVU or another institution during the aid year, you may not have any additional loan eligibility for Summer semester.

Summer awarding will not begin until late Spring 2015. Please check your UVLink account for award information for Summer, and visit with a Financial Aid Counselor if you have
questions.

 

UVU provides financial assistance to all eligible students regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. If you need language assistance or accommodation, please inform us when you first contact our office.

Summer, make the most of it!

Summer Semester 2015 Completion Scholarship Requirements & Application

Utah Valley University created this Summer Semester Scholarship to help students within two semesters of graduating to attend summer and put them a semester closer to graduation. This scholarship is designed as part of Utah Valley University’s Completion Initiative, providing students with resources to complete and graduate with their degree. Summer semester is one of the options available to assist students in their studies.

Federal Pell Grants are available up to 24 credit hours during the academic school year, and many students use those funds for fall and spring semesters leaving no additional funds to attend summer semester.

Requirements of Eligibility:

  • Have 96 credits completed towards a Bachelor’s degree or 50 credits towards an Associate’s degree and be within two semesters of graduation.
  • Graduating within two semesters
    • Either Fall 2015 or Spring 2016, including Summer semester
  • Have a minimum of 2.7 GPA
  • Not receiving any Federal Pell Grant or other financial aid for summer 2015.
  • An EFC of 7,771 or lower
  • Residency is required http://www.uvu.edu/admissions/residency/index.html

Do you meet these requirements? Here are the next steps:

  • Complete the application (attached)
  • Complete the Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form or attach FAFSA4caster. To complete FAFSA4caster go to https://fafsa.ed.gov/FAFSA/app/f4cForm?execution=e1s
  • Attach your Wolverine Track plan to application
  • Meet with your advisor and have them sign your application to verify schedule and graduation date
  • Outline and attach your anticipated summer semester schedule
    • Enroll in a minimum of 6 credits

If you meet the eligibility requirements, we encourage you to apply, with the understanding that priority will be given to those students within two semesters of graduating.

Scholarship Amounts:

6-8 credits: $800.00
9-12 credits: $1,100.00

Application Deadline: Monday February 3, 2015
Return Completed Application to BA 216 (Browning Administration)
Questions please email: Summer@uvu.edu or call 801-863-8100

Scholarship Application (pdf)