Delayed Delivery Loans
Students in need of funds as a result of financial aid being delayed may apply for a short-term loan (also known by the name delayed delivery loan) by contacting the Office of Financial Aid. Eligibility for the loan will be determined by the type of aid awarded and the hours enrolled. Accounts in delinquent status (past due) are not eligible for loans.
Short-term loans will be disbursed approximately two business days after the loan has been approved. They will be disbursed according to the student's bank account shown in the Student Center under Account Inquiry. Students must have either paid or deferred their full amount of tuition by the fee payment deadline in order to be eligible for short-term loans.
Short-term loans are due upon issuance. Debts not paid will prohibit students from using University services such as registration, transcripts, etc.
Students who have emergency situations such as a death in the family or unexpected major medical or dental bills may apply for an emergency loan at the Office of Financial Aid. Emergency Loans will be disbursed approximately two business days after the loan has been approved. Funds will be disbursed to the student's bank account shown in the Student Center under Account Inquiry. Emergency Loans are due upon issuance.
Documentation and a picture ID are required to receive an emergency loan. Accounts in delinquent status are not eligible for loans. Loans must be paid by the due date, and University services will not be granted until paid in full.