Many of the commonly asked questions concerning scholarships at UNF are listed below. For additional questions, email email@example.com.
See also Financial Aid FAQs.
Yes. UNF defines the minimum GPA for any UNF merit-based scholarship as a 3.0 (un-rounded, weighted for freshmen). SAT/ACT test score minimums for freshmen scholarships vary depending on the scholarship.
Scholarship agreements may be uploaded via myWings (Student Portal): Student Records > Student Self-Service > Upload Student Documents | Fax: (904) 620-2414 | Drop off: One-Stop Student Services, Hicks Hall, Building 53 Suite 1700 | Mail: University of North Florida, Attention: Scholarships and Strategic Initiatives, 1 UNF Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32224.
Tuition and fees will be automatically pended against your available financial aid and/or scholarships. If your financial aid does not completely cover the charges on your account, you will need to pay the remaining balance due by the payment deadline. The deadline to pay tuition and fees is listed for each term on the Academic Calendar.
Once tuition and fees have been covered, Student Financial Services disburses any balance of scholarship dollars to students after the payment deadline each term. You can usually expect to see payment beginning in the third week of the term. For the fastest access to your refund, please set up your eRefund account in myWings. Visit Student Financial Services for instructions on setting up direct deposit.
NOT NECESSARILY. Check with firstname.lastname@example.org to ensure proper enrollment for different scholarships and financial aid programs. Your scholarship and/or financial aid may be jeopardized if you are not properly enrolled at UNF. Students receiving institutional scholarships for example, must be enrolled at UNF in order to receive funding.
**Please note that most UNF institutional grants and Enrollment Services scholarships require enrollment in a minimum of 15 credits for disbursement. Coursework taken at another institution does not fulfill this requirement.
YES, if you do not meet the terms of your scholarship contract, your scholarship may be canceled. Read your scholarship agreement carefully, maintain the required UNF institutional GPA and be sure to enroll per your scholarship agreement at UNF for renewal. Students are evaluated for scholarship eligibility at the end of each spring term to determine renewal for the next academic year. If you do not enroll in the minimum UNF credit hours each term (fall and spring), however, your scholarship may be in jeopardy even after the fall term. Check your scholarship agreement to see if you may take summer coursework to meet the credit hour renewal requirement for your scholarship.
For information regarding the UNF Foundation Merit-based scholarships. For information regarding UNF Foundation Need-based scholarships.
For general information regarding Foundation Scholarships, please contact the UNF Foundation Scholarship Office at: email@example.com.