Forms and Publications

Use these forms when verifying information and requesting changes to your financial aid.


2018-2019 (Fall 2018 > Spring 2019 > Summer 2019)

  • Your financial aid offer is based on the previous year’s tax information. If you feel that your current financial circumstances are not reflected by the previous year’s tax return, please contact Niner Central to determine if you may be eligible for a Reconsideration. Examples of circumstances which may warrant a Reconsideration are: job loss, death of parent or spouse, separation or divorce of parents, high unreimbursed medical and dental bills and receipt of one time payments.

 

2017-2018 (Fall 2017 > Spring 2018 > Summer 2018)

To be eligible for summer direct loan funds, you must complete a summer loan application.

  • Apply by logging in to My UNC Charlotte > Banner Self Service > Financial Aid tab
  • To receive a direct loan award before classes begin, submit the summer loan application by May 1, 2018. 
  • The deadline to submit your Summer Direct Loan Application is June 15, 2018.
  • The amount of loan funds you are eligible to receive is based on: 
    • your current grade level (freshman, sophomore, etc)
    • how much you borrowed through the 2017-2018 year
    • how much you borrowed cumulatively throughout your entire time in college.

Note: Students who submit verification information after July 1st (for fall semester), November 15th (for spring semester), or April 5th (for summer) may not be awarded financial aid in time to assist with payment to the University and will have to pay their bill in full. Once financial aid is awarded and disbursed, you may receive a reimbursement.

  • Your financial aid offer is based on the previous year’s tax information. If you feel that your current financial circumstances are not reflected by the previous year’s tax return, please contact Niner Central to determine if you may be eligible for a Reconsideration. Examples of circumstances which may warrant a Reconsideration are: job loss, death of parent or spouse, separation or divorce of parents, high unreimbursed medical and dental bills and receipt of one time payments.