The forms below are just some of the financial aid forms used by our Office. You must be a U of L student with a user id to access some of these forms. Additional financial aid forms are listed on your ULink To Do List. You will be notified by our office if a ULink form is needed to complete your financial aid application.
Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal
This is an appeal form to print, complete, and submit to our office. If you fail to meet the Satisfactory Academic Progress policy because of extenuating circumstances, you may appeal to the Student Aid Committee for an exception to the policy. While you may or may not be able to continue your education without financial assistance, this is not a reason that will be considered. When an appeal involves FAYE factors, you must state the expected graduation date and number of hours needed to complete the current degree and have a supporting letter from their academic advisor. This appeal has no impact on other types of appeals (academic department, admissions, reinstatement, etc.).
Satisfactory Academic Progress Self-Correction
Part-time Aid Adjustment
The Part-time Aid Adjustment Form is not open for submissions at this time. Students with questions regarding part-time enrollment may contact the Student Financial Aid Office at email@example.com or (502) 852-5511.
At UofL, most aid awards are projected for full-time enrollment. If you are a financial aid recipient, have finalized your enrollment, and will be attending less-than full-time during the semester, you may submit this form to our office. By completing this form, you are requesting we review your financial aid account and proceed with making any necessary adjustments to your cost of attendance and award(s). If you attend less-than full-time and you do not submit this form, your aid will not be reviewed for disbursement until after the last day to drop/add with 100% tuition credit for the term. Waitlisted classes and classes taken for audit do not count in your total enrolled hours for financial aid purposes. Please do not complete this form if you are waitlisted for a class(es) or plan to make adjustments to your schedule, for this could delay the processing of your account. Once your aid disburses, if you are not eligible to receive the aid that has disbursed due to changes in your eligibility, your enrollment, or based on grades received, you may owe funds back to the University, and you will be responsible for settling any outstanding bill.
For awarded federal aid recipients, your enrollment will be re-reviewed and your federal aid and cost of attendance will be evaluated for necessary potential adjustments following the last day to drop/add with 100% tuition credit for the term. Even if you have only been awarded a federal loan(s), you must complete the Part-Time Aid Adjustment / Enrollment Update form. Please keep in mind you must be enrolled at least half-time to receive federal loans.
Report Other Aid
Report Other Aid Form
This is not an application form. Use this form to report up to six other financial aid resources which are not listed with the Student Financial Aid Office. University scholarship recipients and students applying for federal student aid programs MUST report this information each year. Examples: departmental scholarships, employee tuition remission, outside scholarships, third party assistance, housing benefits or assistance, Metropolitan College benefits, etc.
Scholarship and Covenant Appeal Form
The Scholarship and Covenant Appeal is not open for submissions at this time. Form submissions are accepted between May 1 and June 1.
Scholarship students who do not earn a cumulative 3.0 GPA (or a cumulative 2.75 GPA for select Porter recipients) may submit an appeal. Students who have used eight semesters of scholarship eligibility (or eleven semesters if in the Speed Scientific School) can submit an appeal for additional semesters of eligibility.
Cardinal Covenant students who do not earn a cumulative 2.0 GPA may submit an appeal. Students who have used 4 years of Cardinal Covenant eligibility can submit an appeal for additional semesters of eligibility.
Scholarship students should check their university e-mail account frequently. Students should not, however, rely solely on an e-mail notification. Scholarship students are ultimately responsible for checking to determine whether or not they meet the conditions for scholarship renewal.
Scholarship and Covenant Reinstatement Form
The Scholarship and Covenant Reinstatement Form is not open for submissions at this time. Form submissions are accepted between May 1 and June 1.
Students who have previously lost a scholarship due to not meeting eligibility requirements may qualify for scholarship reinstatement.
Student Parent Feedback
Student and Parent Feedback Form
This form is intended to collect for review your comments, complaints, or suggestions to improve our customer service. An email will be sent to Assistant Director for Customer Service, Mike Abboud. You may choose to include as much detail as you like in the form above. If you want a response from Mr. Abboud, please indicate that option on the form. Please allow 5-7 business days for a response. If you have questions about your financial aid, please email us.
Tuition Waiver for Foster and Adopted Children
This form is for the tuition waiver policy established by the Kentucky Legislature (KRS Chapter 164.2487). It is for Kentucky foster and adopted children affiliated with the Cabinet for Families and Children (CFC) or the Department for Juvenile Justice (DJJ).
Print the and mail it to Cabinet for Families and Children Office (address is located in Section 3 of the form). It must be signed by the student and certified by the CFC and a current year FAFSA must be on file.
Tuition Waiver for Supervising/Resource Teachers
To apply, you must complete the Tuition Benefit Application. It should be completed by the supervising teacher, certified by their principal, and returned to our office. Return the form to the Student Financial Aid Office at U of L, attention: Rachel Kirk.
This form refers to the tuition benefit policy established by the Kentucky Legislature (KRS Chapter 164.2845) that states:
In recognition of valuable service to the preparation of teachers and the need for all teachers to have continual professional growth, a supervising teacher or a resource teacher for teacher interns may, with prior approval of the course-offering institution, take a maximum of six (6) credit hours per term at any public postsecondary institution and pay no tuition. The postsecondary institution shall waive the tuition for up to a maximum of six (6) credit hours.