July 1 Deadline
- Final deadline for receipt of GT App, FAFSA and any other missing requirements needed for Federal and/or State aid in order to receive an award notice in time for Fall 2019 fee payment deadline.
- Please note for the upcoming Fall 2019 semester: Financial aid applications that are incomplete after July 1, 2019, including any missing requirements, will continue to be accepted. However, it is highly unlikely that your eligibility for any financial aid will be processed in time for the Fall 2019 semester fee payment deadline. We encourage you to plan accordingly. Students should be prepared to make payment by the Fall 2019 payment deadline of August 26th. If eligible and enrolled in appropriate course work, your financial aid application will be processed and aid delivered to you during the semester.
Disbursement Information and Dates
Timing of Disbursements:
To see if an award has disbursed, or is anticipated to disburse, check your "Student Invoice Statement" on BuzzPort. Actual disbursements will appear as credits toward your balance.
For a brief period, you may notice that your "Anticipated Financial Aid" is not on your student invoice and your student account has not been credited. This is normal procedure. You may still view your Financial Aid Awards under "My Award Letter" in BuzzPort and continue to check for your credits to appear on your Student Account before the payment deadline.
Based on registrar’s 5 term school calendar found at the Registrar's website
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Conditions for Aid to Disburse:
- Valid FAFSA and GT App. View any missing requirements in the "My Requirements and Eligibility" section of Financial Aid on BuzzPort.
- You must meet all Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements. You may check your financial aid Satisfactory Academic Progress on BuzzPort in the "My Requirements and Eligibility" section of Financial Aid.
- Funds must have been received by Georgia Tech, including outside scholarships or loans.
- You must be properly enrolled for the type of aid you are awarded. View "Enrollment Status" for general guidelines and see below for additional program-specific details.
- Audit coursework does not count toward enrollment requirements for disbursement, i.e. participation in the Cooperative Education employment program.
- Effective Fall 2011, coursework that has previously been passed and repeated once, and is then subsequently repeated again, does not count toward enrollment requirements for disbursement. "Passed" is defined as a grade of "D" or better. An exception is any class designated by the Institute as intended to be repeated. Examples include: Special Topics, Special Problems, thesis courses, dissertation courses, etc.
- Scholarship checks in excess of $1,000 will be divided into two disbursements, with half applying to Fall charges and half to Spring.
- Check BuzzPort regularly, especially after making any changes to enrollment during the drop/add period. Make sure your fees are paid in full by the fee payment deadline.
- Financial aid advisors are available on a walk-in basis in the Bill Moore Student Success Center weekdays from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Page last reviewed/updated 04/24/19