Reaching your educational and career goals while maximizing your financial aid starts here. By completing the steps to apply for financial aid outlined here, you can help make earning your degree more affordable. The Regent University financial aid team will work closely with you to design a package that is best for your situation, including federal, state, private and school-funded types of financial aid. Thanks to our variety of robust financial aid plans, we’re ready to lend a hand as you step into your future at Regent. Let us walk you through the financial aid application process.
Learn more about the financial aid process with this Steps-to-Aid Checklist.
View Your Billing Account Summary in Genisys:
(Amount due, fees and the date and amount of your refund)
For more information on Genisys navigation please view the How to Access Financial Aid Information in Genisys webpage.
Important Contact Information:
Submitting the FAFSA on the web is the fastest way to apply for federal student aid. You will get your result 7 to 14 days faster than if you mail in a paper application. This page has been designed to help you in understanding FAFSA and submitting the FAFSA on the web. Please read the tips before you submit the FAFSA on the web. You can connect to the FAFSA on the web at the bottom of this page. Regent University’s FAFSA school code is 030913.
All students filing out a FAFSA on the web need to first request an FSA ID. The FSA ID is the identifier to let you access personal information in various U.S. Department of Education systems. The FSA ID is required to submit the online Renewal FAFSA or to make online corrections to your FAFSA.
Q: Does it matter if I type my answers in upper-or lowercase letter?
A: No. All letters will be converted to uppercase when you submit your FAFSA.
Q: Should I leave financial questions blank, enter 0 (zero) or N/A?
A: If a financial question doesn’t apply to you, you can either leave it blank or enter 0 (zero). Do not type N/A into the answer field.
Q: If my answer to a financial question includes cents, do I round off to the nearest dollar, or do I include cents in my answer? What about commas?
A: No. Do not enter a decimal point or cents. Instead, round off your answer to the nearest dollar and type in this amount. Do not enter commas.
To qualify for federal financial aid a student must be making satisfactory academic progress (SAP). Federal financial aid includes federal loans, the Pell Grant, and theTEACH Grant.
SAP for financial aid is monitored on two standards:
Please select the semester and session start date that is applicable to your enrollment plans.
Attention: Beginning Spring 2018, financial aid refunds will be issued after the 100% add/drop period, approximately 17 days after the first day of class.