Students who accept federal student loans will receive incremental disbursements (residual funds left over after all tuition and fees are paid for) within each semester. Loans will be split in half each semester and the first disbursement will take place at the normal disbursement time. The second half will be set for the week after midterm grades are due. You will not receive their second disbursement if:
Disbursement Schedule for 2023-2024
|Term||First Disbursement||30-day Delay* Disbursement||Second Disbursement|
|Fall 2023||Sept. 8, 2023||Sept. 20, 2023||Nov. 3, 2023|
|Spring 2024||Jan. 26, 2024||Feb. 7, 2024||March 22, 2024|
|Summer 2024||June 14, 2024||July 10, 2024||July 10, 2024|
*Automatic 30-day delayed disbursement for first-time loan borrowers.
You must be attending at least six eligible credits to qualify for student loans.
Student loans are issued twice over the course of each semester. You must be enrolled in six or more eligible credits at midterms to receive your second loan disbursement.
Late Start Courses and Disbursements
If you register for a late start course, you may not receive a disbursement until your attendance has been verified in those courses. Learn more about how Late Start Courses can affect your loan or grant disbursement.