2019-20 Student Aid Forms
- FAFSA on the Web Application
Students can complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid on the Web (FOTW) to apply for federal student aid and/or the HOPE or Zell Miller Scholarship. See Apply for Aid for more information.
- Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loan Request Form (PDF)
This form must be completed by parent borrowers requesting the Federal Direct Parent PLUS loan. Please complete the form and return it to the Office of Student Financial Aid. Be sure to follow all steps. Incomplete forms cannot be processed.
- Scholarship Reporting
Sign in to the MyOSFA Portal to report to OSFA any outside scholarships and sources of assistance you will receive from sources other than UGA OSFA.
- Private Education Loan Applicant Self-Certification (PDF)
If a student applies for a private education loan, the student must also submit this form to the lender. Contact our office for assistance in completing Section 2: Cost of Attendance and Estimated Financial Assistance.
- Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Appeal (PDF)
If you have been notified that you are not making Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) for Federal Student Aid (FSA) and State of Georgia Financial Aid eligibility purposes and wish to submit an appeal for consideration, you can complete, sign, attach the required documentation and send to OSFA. You may wish to make a copy for your records. Appeals are reviewed in the order in which they are received. If you have questions, please call (706) 542-6147, and ask to speak to a SAP counselor.
- Less Than Full-time Exception for Academic Scholarship (PDF)
Academic Scholarships including the Alumni Associate Endowed, Baldwin, Charter, Drew Charter, Georgia Incentive, Glenn Family, Goizueta, Harris, Henry King Stanford, Hoard Memorial First Tee, One UGA, Presidential, Rothberg/KIPP, Woodruff, and the Classic Scholarship require full-time enrollment each semester. Each scholar can receive a one-time less than full-time exception during a semester of enrollment. This form is for use by scholars (of the scholarships listed above) to receive the scholarship for less than full-time enrollment during one of their semesters of eligibility. If you have questions, please call (706) 542-6147 and ask to speak to a counselor.