Office of Student Financial Aid

The Office of Student Financial Aid offers assistance in helping you find ways to pay for college education. Whether you need help completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), accepting Student Loans, information on Direct Plus Loans for parents, how to apply for scholarships, or information on alternative loans we are happy to provide support for you. If you need additional advice, stop by our office to speak with one of our staff members.

NEED TO REQUEST AN APPOINTMENT? You may request an appointment to file your FAFSA or to meet with a Financial Aid staff member by clicking here: http://go.cargoexpressservice.net/portal/schedule-fin-aid-appointments

Student Financial Aid Office Events

*We will periodically update the above link with information regarding events on campus, such as our "Money Mondays" series and FAFSA filing events. Dates, locations, and times will be updated, so please check back for more information!

2024-2025 FAFSA INFORMATION

*We will periodically update the above link with information regarding the 2024-2025 FAFSA Simplification process, including the timeline for completion of the FAFSA. Check back for updates and helpful tips soon.*

 

 

Endowed Scholarships

Endowed Scholarships Available at UNA. Students are encouraged to complete the scholarship application yearly.

Steps to Secure Funds

This information will walk you through the process of accepting your financial aid package for the current academic year.

Work Study

The University of North Alabama offers many varied opportunities for qualified students to work on campus during their college careers.

FAFSA Application

Completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid is the first step toward getting federal aid to pay for college expenses.

PLUS Loans

PLUS Loans are loans that parents may be eligible for and can be used to cover a student's education expenses.

In-State Tuition

UNA In-State Tuition Includes Counties in MS and TN that are within 50 miles of Campus!

 

Satisfactory Academic Progress

If your aid has been suspended you may:

Review the SAP Policy  or  Submit an online appeal