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|Financial Aid (Also See One Stop)||513-556-1000|
|ML: 0125 Rm: 220 Building: UNIV PAV Fax: 513-556-9171|
|Web Site: http://financialaid.uc.edu/
Financial aid needs of all undergraduate (including branch campuses), graduate and Law students.
One Stop Center
Often times, your questions related to financial aid may actually involve another office. Most notably, issues surrounding aid for current students often relate to your class registration and billing issues.That is why UC created the One Stop Student Service Center on the second floor of University Pavilion. Cross-trained professionals assist you in addressing most aid, billing, and class inquiries.
In addition to being available for walk-in service, these staff members answer your financial aid questions via e-mail and phone.
From the Student Handbook:
The Student Financial Aid Office is committed to making education as affordable as possible. Every effort will be made to identify university, federal, and state resources to assist both undergraduate and graduate students in fulfilling their educational goals.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is used to annually apply for all work-study, loan and undergraduate grant programs. The web-based FAFSA, as well as checking on and accepting aid once you apply is available at http://www.financialaid.uc.edu or http://www.onestop.uc.edu. Complete the FAFSA as soon after January 1 as possible. Because some aid programs are awarded on a first-come, first serve basis, an early application receives priority consideration for limited funding sources.
Students seeking scholarships should use the scholarship search tool on http://www.financialaid.uc.edu. Additionally you can do research at the library, on the Internet (using 'scholarship' as the key word in a search or links on our web-site) or with groups and organizations to determine the availability of other non-campus scholarship opportunities. Students receiving aid funding must be in compliance with university policy and federal regulations which limit aid funding to the university's determined cost of education. All University of Cincinnati and external funding should be reported to Student Financial Aid. Late notification of these funds can cause mid-year reductions in scholarships and federal aid. Specific information about financial aid programs and the aid process is available at http://www.financialaid.uc.edu and from the One Stop Student Service Center in University Pavilion, 513-556-1000, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.onestop.uc.edu.
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