Financial aid for summer is available for eligible undergraduate students currently enrolled in a degree program at the University of Virginia.
- Students must have a completed 2021-2022 FAFSA on file and must have completed all items on their To Do List in the Student Information System (SIS). The 2021-2022 FAFSA must be completed by financial aid.
- Students must be meeting Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) standards. Students on SAP suspension will not be awarded financial aid for Summer Session until they are either meeting the SAP standards or they have successfully appealed their SAP status.
- Students must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours for summer (minimum of 3 credit hours to be eligible for a Pell Grant). All the credit hours must be either on-Grounds, in approved virtual courses, through a UVA-sponsored study abroad program, or a combination of the three. SFS will not award students financial aid for study at another institution during the summer. To be eligible for grant funding for summer, you must be enrolled in 6 credit hours on-Grounds.
All students who would like to be considered for Summer Session financial aid must submit the Summer 2022 On-Grounds Financial Aid Application Form.
In addition to submitting the Summer 2022 On-Grounds Financial Aid Application Form, students must also enroll (and remain enrolled) in at least 6 credit hours for summer before their financial aid eligibility will be reviewed
If a student completes the summer financial aid application but does not enroll (and remain enrolled) in at least 6 credit hours for summer the student will not receive a financial aid award for Summer Session. (more…)