FAQ’s of Graduate Students
- If I have a question about my financial aid or my monthly billing statement, who should I contact?
- How often do I need to complete the graduate loan request form?
- Is there a limit to the amount of Stafford loan funds I may borrow?
- What is the difference between Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans?
- What happens if I decide to drop a class during the drop/add period?
- I will have a credit on my account once all my financial aid is applied. When can I expect a refund check?
- How can I check to see if my loans have been posted to my account?
- Where can I find the refund request form?
- Do I qualify for the Teach Grant?
- What is the difference between the full cost of attendance, tuition and books, and tuition only on the Graduate Loan Request form?
Below is an example of the full cost of attendance for a graduate student registered for 6 hours.
(6 hours regular courses)
Tuition and Fees
For questions regarding financial aid (pending aid, outside scholarships, loans) please call 606.546.1223 or email@example.com.
For questions regarding your monthly statement (payment plans, course fees, balance due), please call the business office at 606.546.1203 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Union College offices are open Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
- Fall will include August, Fall I, and Fall II
- Spring will include January, Spring I and Spring II
- Summer will include May, Summer I, II, and III
A Subsidized Stafford loan does not accrue interest during school, while the Unsubsidized loan does accrue interest. You are eligible for Stafford loans as long as you are registered for 6 hours in a given term. Payments on both loans are deferred as long as you are enrolled half time, which is 6 hours on the graduate level.
Your financial aid is based upon the number of hours that you are registered for. If you drop a class before the drop/add date your financial aid and charges will be adjusted accordingly. If you drop a class after the drop/add period….How does this work in the BO?
You will need to complete a refund request form. Please note there will be more than one disbursement within a semester. If your classes begin in different sub-terms, then your Spring I class may disburse in January, while Spring II may disburse in March.
Additionally, all required documents must be completed before we can process your aid. Please allow 14 days after the drop/add period for your refund to be processed.
Log into your MyUnion account, select the student tab, select business office from the menu on the left side of the page and then click on my account info. Contact Deloria Faulkner in the Business Office at 606.546.1203 or email@example.com.
Contact Deloria Faulkner in the Business Office at 606.546.1203 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Teach Grant provides up to $4000 per year to students who intend to teach in public, private elementary or secondary school that serves students from low income families. Criteria to receive this grant includes: teaching in a high need field at a school serving low income students. If you fail to complete the requirements then this grant will be converted to a loan. For more information about this grant and steps to apply, please visit www.studentaid.ed.gov
All schools have an estimated cost of attendance that incorporates direct tuition costs and estimated expenses for books, personal, transportation, and living. These amounts are prorated based on the number of hours that you are registered for each term.