The following web sites are provided for your information. They include federal, state and other agencies, including free scholarship searches.

Federal Direct Loan Master Promissory Notes: To complete a Master Promissory Note for the William D. Ford Direct Loan program - either Stafford or PLUS-- go to

Federal - U.S. Department of Education

FAFSA on the Web: File your Free Application for Federal Student Aid electronically via the Web at the following web site:

Federal Student Guide: Information on the federal financial aid programs and requirements can be found at:

Instructions for Completing the FAFSA:

Instructional video for the IRS Data Retrieval:  When you complete the FAFSA, OR if you are selected for verification, you now have an option to use the IRS data retrieval tool to complete the tax information section.  Go to the following youtube video for detailed instructions:


Make a Payment to UD: Use this link to make an online payment to a student account

Student Aid on the Web : Obtain free information from the U.S. Department of Educationon preparing for and funding education beyond high school:

Assistance with resolving Loan Defaults:

GO Army Ed: - The Tuition Assistance (TA) program provides financial assistance for voluntary off-duty education programs in support of a Soldier's professional and personal self-development goals. TA is available for courses that are offered in the classroom or by distance learning. The courses must be offered by schools that are registered in GoArmyEd and are accredited by accrediting agencies that are recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.            

In addition to degree programs, TA is available to Soldiers to complete a high school diploma and to complete certificate programs. However, TA will not be approved to complete credentials at the same or a lower educational level. TA is not authorized for programs beyond a master's degree.           

All eligible Soldiers will request TA through GoArmyEd.    Click for GO ARMY Ed instructions.             

State of Iowa.

   The state of Iowa financial aid programs are administered by the Iowa College Student Aid Commission, Des Moines, Iowa. Information can be found at:


Additional Web Site Resources: 

Financial Aid Information Page

This site is maintained by Mark Kantrowitz as a service to students and parents, with links to other financial aid information sites. Financial aid estimators and scholarship searches are included:
   ICAN is the home of the two College Planning Centers, one in Cedar Rapids and the other in Des Moines. The Centers provide free information and support to a diverse population of students and their families as they plan, apply, pay for and succeed in college.


National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA)
There is an abundance of information on this web site along with other links to valuable financial aid informational sources. The University of Dubuque is a member of NASFAA.

 Iowa Student Loan Liquidity Corporation

This site includes information on loans and financial aid. Students and parents will find guides to college planning, loan applications, and other helpful information.

Scholarship Searches:

U.S. Department of Education:

Super Scholar - a helpful clearinghouse, listing upwards of 25 national scholarships 

Who to Contact:  Questions About:  Phone Number/Email:

University of Dubuque Office of Student Financial Planning  Application/Awards



University of Dubuque Student Loans/Student Employment


Loan Status/Work-study




University of Dubuque Student Accounts


Billing/Refund Checks




 Internal Revenue Service

 Federal Income Tax Return Transcripts



New Student Condition of Awards

Condition of Awards

LIFE Condition of Awards

Seminary Condition of Awards

Undergraduate SAP Policy

Seminary SAP Policy

Graduate SAP Policy

UD Refund Policy

Seminary Refund Policy

Supervisor User Guide

The Student Employment Process

Student Employment Roster

Student Employment Job Description