Summer Financial Aid

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Summer aid is primarily made up of loans, and to a limited extent, grants and work-study. To be eligible, you must be admitted to the University of Oregon and enrolled in a degree or eligible certificate program. If you are a continuing student, you must be in good academic standing to receive financial aid.

Priority Deadline

Initial registration for summer begins May 5, 2014, and the priority deadline is May 10. Register for all of your classes and complete the summer application before May 10 to receive your aid in a timely manner. Changes to your enrollment after May 10 may affect your eligibility for aid.

We will continue to accept the 2014 Summer Aid Applications after May 10, and the federal processor will process a 2013–14 FAFSA received by June 30, 2014. However, we cannot guarantee availability of all funding sources for applications received after May 10, 2014.

Summer Aid Programs

Federal Pell Grant

Federal Pell Grants are available to eligible undergraduate students who have remaining Pell Grant eligibility for 2013–14. Most students do not have remaining Pell Grant eligibility following spring term.

Federal Work-Study

Work-study funds are limited. Priority consideration will be given to eligible students who have completed the summer application and registered for all their classes by May 10, 2014.

Student Loans

Federal Direct Loans (Maximum Amounts)

 

Subsidized

Unsubsidized
(Dependent)

Unsubsidized
(Independent)

Freshman (0–44 credits)

$1,166

$666

$2,000

Sophomore (45–89 credits)

$1,500

$666

$2,000

Junior/Senior (90+ credits)

$1,833

$666

$2,333

Graduate

N/A

N/A

$6,833

LawN/AN/A$10,250

Graduate PLUS Loan

Graduate or law students who apply and qualify for a Graduate PLUS Loan may be able to obtain additional funding if there is a difference between the total budget and the amount of the Federal Direct Loans they are offered (there typically is not a difference). In cases where the Federal Direct Loans do not cover the total budget, students may apply for a Graduate PLUS Loan to receive additional funds. 

Sample Budgets

The UO can only award funds for educational costs incurred during your period of enrollment for summer. For example, if you are enrolled in an eight-week session, the student budget will only include living expenses for eight weeks.

The following budgets are based on full-time attendance in an eight-week session (five-week session for law students) in summer 2014. Individual budgets may vary.

Resident

 

Undergraduate

Graduate

Law

Tuition and Fees*

$2,732

$3,090

$8,175

Books and Supplies

$350

$350

$350

Housing

$2,304

$2,632

$1,645

Personal Expenses

$592

$648

$490

Total

$5,978

$6,720

$10,660

*Tuition and fee figures are based on 15 credits for undergraduates, 9 credits for graduates, and 6 credits for law students.

Nonresident

 

Undergraduate

Graduate

Law

Tuition and Fees*

$5,462

$4,041

$8,877

Books and Supplies

$350

$350

$350

Housing

$2,304

$2,632

$1,645

Personal Expenses

$592

$648

$490

Total

$8,708

$7,671

$11,362

*Tuition and fee figures are based on 15 credits for undergraduates, 9 credits for graduates, and 6 credits for law students.

To Apply

Applications for Summer Term will be available in April, 2015.