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The 2020-2021 FAFSA can be completed on the Federal Student Aid website. All students seeking financial aid at UMB must complete the FAFSA annually.
The Office of Student Accounting now emails bills to students rather than mailing them. Please be sure to check your email for your bill. Bills are sent in mid-May for Summer and late July for Fall.
STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE IS HIRING!
Are you interested in working in an office that provides students with resources to pursue postsecondary education? Work-Study students can apply for the opportunity to work with financial aid administrators, helping students achieve their educational potential. Learn more about the opportunity to work in Student Financial Assistance!
RECEIVING FINANCIAL AID FOR THE 2020-2021 ACADEMIC YEAR?
All students receiving funds through the University — including financial aid, merit awards, grants, and scholarships — must annually complete a FAFSA.
INTEREST RATES ON FEDERAL STUDENT LOANS
Exit Counseling Schedule:
Students graduating in May 2020 should plan to attend a Group Exit Counseling presentations. Come learn about loan repayment, your responsibilities and your options. The presentation will be followed by Q&A.
CONTACTING USFA VIA EMAIL
Current students must always use their UMB email when contacting us. To safeguard your personal information, please do not send sensitive information, including documents with Social Security Numbers, to us via e-mail or fax.
- Incoming students must have a Financial Aid email address in SURFS. Please log in to SURFS and follow the instructions for adding an email.
- STUDENT RIGHT TO KNOW
UMB is exercising the Early Implementation of the Rescission of the Gainful Employment Rule.