Talent Development Incentive Loan Programs

Requirements to be Eligible for TDILP

  • May be available to students enrolled in a qualifying degree program.
  • Qualifying Degrees for students first receiving the TDILP in 2019-2020 or 2020-2021 are:
    •      Information Systems and Technology (AAS & AS), Information Systems (BS), Computer Science (AAS, AS/AA, & BS), and Information Technology (BS)
  • Students enrolled in an eligible Associate degree must have completed at least 1 full time semester or equivalent credit hours.
  • Students enrolled in an eligible Bachelor degree must have completed at least 2 full time semesters or     equivalent credit hours.
  •  Must be enrolled full time.
  •  Must start working in a qualifying job, in Utah, one year after completion of degree.
  •  Work in a qualifying job, in Utah, for at least the same number of years of loan received.
  • Qualifying jobs for students first receiving theTDILP in 2019-2020 or 2020-2021 are:
    • Software Developers - Applications, Management Analysts, Computer Systems Analysts, Computer and Information Systems Managers, Network and Computer Systems Administrators


How Do I Know If I Am Eligible

  • The Financial Aid and Scholarships Office will run a report and contact students who are eligible.
  •  If eligible, an email notification will be sent to your myUVU Gmail account.
  • Awards will be offered and accepted through Academic Works.


What Do I Do After I Have Accepted the Loan Through Academic Works?

  • Once funds have been accepted, student will have 30 days to complete disclosure paperwork with Collections.
  • The Master Promissory Note will be signed with the UVU Collections Office.
  • Once the Promissory Note has been signed, funds will be disbursed after 3 business days. Students may cancel their request with Collections within 3 business days after signing the Promissory Note without penalty.