The Financial Aid Office will guide you through financial aid and scholarship processes to help you receive the aid you qualify for. 

Tasks: 
New Freshman and former students have a scholarship application deadline of February 1. If you're a continuing student, your...
This list can help answer your questions about the financial aid process, verification, loans, grants, and My Financial Center. Avoid long wait times by...
Need help paying for college? Make sure you fill out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) to see if you qualify...
Tasks in My Financial Center must be completed in order for financial aid to be awarded and disbursed.
Entrance Counseling is required the first time you accept a Stafford Loan from the federal government. It provides information...
If you received a Stafford Loan and are about to graduate, discontinue, or drop below half-time enrollment, you will be required to...
Cost of Attendance is used in calculating eligibility for federal grant and loan programs. Tuition rates are fixed, but your costs in...
Learn what you need to know about repaying federal student loans.
My Financial Center is where you go to do just about anything related to your BYU finances (such as pay tuition and charges on...
If you want a parent/guardian or spouse to have access to your financial records, you have to grant them permission through the following process.
Use the budget worksheet to help you calculate your personal costs for a given school year. This will help in determining your...
The scholarship hours contract allows you to complete 28 credit hours during consecutive fall and winter semesters instead of...
Use this simple loan and income calculator to help you determine how much it will cost to repay your student loans.
If you feel you have unusual circumstances that are not reflected in your financial aid applications...
Setting up Direct Deposit through your student account allows you to receive excess funds (like from financial aid) right to...
The first time you receive a federal loan you will be required to sign a Master Promissory Note (MPN), which is a legally binding...
Check the progress of your Financial Aid applications.
Checklists: 
The federal financial aid process.
Everything you need to take care of before you leave on your mission.
Now that you're married, there are a few things you need to do at BYU concerning records, name change, FERPA etc.
Getting ready for graduation.
Everything you need to take care of at the beginning of each semester or term.
Offices: 
Your sidekick for managing Financial Aid, Registration, and other student services while attending BYU.
Student Employment assists students in obtaining part-time employment on campus, interprets...
A unique team of multicultural specialists who value the total development of the multicultural student within the Aims of a BYU...
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