Please have the following items completed before Orientation and Registration. Some forms may require 2-3 weeks of processing time.
Direct Deposit Authorization - Students submit and update their account information via the MyUT portal and can update their account information as necessary.
Federal Title IV Authorization/Restriction Form - This authorization allows students who receive federal loans to authorize these loans to pay for optional fees such as parking permits, legal service fees, telephone charges, etc. Without this authorization, students are required to pay these types of optional fees on the student account separately. Students can submit or change their authorization via the MyUT portal.
Transfer of Excess Funds to Rocket Card - Students whose financial aid exceeds account charges may request a transfer of available funds (up to $800 per semester) to the Rocket ID card for the purchase of books and supplies.
FERPA (privacy release) - A privacy release is needed in order for the Treasurer and Financial Aid Offices to release any financial information to anyone other than the student, including parents and spouses as an example. The student must complete the Financial Release Form via the MyUT portal naming the parties to whom they wish information to be made available.
When do I register for fall classes?
The Law Admissions office will provide you with your fall class schedule the first week of August, at which time you can register yourself on the MyUT portal.
When is my bill due?
Your fall semester bill is due at the time you register for fall classes. Your financial aid will need to be authorized for a sufficient amount to cover your fall semester bill at the time of registration.
How much do I owe?
You will not know exactly how much you owe until you register for fall classes, but you can use the Tuition and Fees link to see the fee schedule. From this fee schedule, you should be able to determine an estimated bill for the fall semester. Once you register, you should be able to determine how much, if any, is due on your student account after authorized financial aid.
When do I receive my financial aid?
Provided that you have completed the 2013-2014 FAFSA (and any subsequent documentation required by the Financial Aid Office), the Master Promissory Note and Entrance Counseling for your Federal Stafford Loans, and the PLUS Loan request and PLUS Master Promissory Note (at www.studentloans.gov) if you intend to accept the PLUS loan offered, your financial aid will disburse to your student account at the start of fall semester. If your financial aid is less than your bill, you will be expected to pay the difference at the time of registration. If your financial aid is more than your bill, you can expect to receive a refund of the excess financial aid funds. In order to ensure a prompt refund, it is strongly recommended that you complete the Direct Deposit Authorization Form. Beginning 1L students will receive a checklist in late July or early August of items that must still be completed.
I have rent due in August, can I use my financial aid?
Excess Financial Aid refunds will not be available until late August or early September. You should have other resources available to you to pay rent and living expenses for August. UT does not provide an “early release” or an “advance” on your loan funds.
How do I pay for books?
If you are expecting a financial aid refund, you may request a Transfer of Excess Funds to Rocket Card. Your Rocket Card can be used at the University Bookstore.
How do I activate my UTAD account and University email address?
You can find login instructions available at http://myut.utoledo.edu/myut/myut_loginhelp.html. Your university email address is the primary means of communication at the University. The Financial Aid Office will use your rocket email address to send you important financial aid information.
Can I access my student information online?
Once you have activated your UTAD account you can access student information, as well as financial aid information, at http://myut.utoledo.edu under the Self Service Tab. The self service option will allow you to view your student bill, view your financial aid awards, check the status of your financial aid paperwork, accept/decline your financial aid awards, etc. This feature enables you to keep up-to-date on requirements and the status of your student account.