Please use these financial aid contact options. We are available to assist you by live chat, our chat-to-phone service and email.
If your income has significantly decreased, use our Special Conditions process to reevaluate your financial need.
See Financial Wellness for information about Money Management During COVID-19, MD Unemployment Benefits, and CARES Act federal stimulus payments, tax and debt relief.
The information on this website will answer most questions. Because the aid process can be complicated, please carefully follow all instructions and deadlines.
Remember to check your TU email account for important aid notices.
We look forward to helping you to reach your educational goals.
Skip to this section for instructions on how to apply for all available aid programs including deadlines and the FAFSA and scholarship application processes. For prospective new undergraduate students, our Aid Calendar summarizes the monthly admission and aid steps.
After we offer you aid, Your Award Guide explains everything you need to know about reviewing and accepting aid offers, borrowing loans, and maintaining your eligibility. Learn about minimum required credits per semester, how drops and withdrawals can affect your aid, and the Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy requirements.
Once you complete all steps, your aid will disburse onto your TU student account. Learn how aid disbursements and rebates are applied toward your bill, how to pay your remaining balance or receive aid rebates, and how changing your enrollment level can impact your bill and your rebates.
New loan borrowers must complete additional loan steps to receive their first loans. In addition, once you graduate, withdrawal, or enroll below half-time, you must complete Exit Counseling.
Visit Forms & Online Services to access our forms, online services, and mobile apps.
Please see our Frequently Asked Questions.
If you have any questions, review our Contacts & Resources for the TU Financial Aid Office and other aid related agencies.