Frequently Asked Questions

Financial Aid

What paperwork do I need to receive financial aid?
  1. Complete the financial aid application through the applicant and student portal.
  2. Complete the FAFSA online.
  3. Once this information is received an award letter will be sent to you via United e-mail.

See the Financial Aid web page for more details.

What is the process for me to receive a loan?
  1. Complete the financial aid application through the applicant and student portal.
  2. Complete the FAFSA online.
  3. Complete the Master Promissory Note (MPN) & Entrance Counseling online.
I want to do work study. What’s the process?
  1. Complete the FAFSA online.
  2. Complete the financial aid application through the applicant and student portal.
  3. Submit your resume to the financial aid office.
  4. Complete payroll paperwork.

Placements are both on and off campus. The work load varies from 10 – 40 hours per week. Students are paid bi-weekly through direct deposit.

I have been accepted to the DMin program. What aid is available?

D.Min students are eligible for institutional scholarships and discounts, as well as federal loans.

How do I process an In-School Deferment Form (IFD) or enrollment verification request?

All enrollment verifications can be completed through the Financial Aid Office. Mail, email or fax the ISD Form to the Financial Aid Office, and the form will be forwarded to the third party, if listed. Send letter requirements to the Financial Aid Office for completion. The fax number is 866.359.9350 and the email is financialaid@united.edu.

Student Billing

When are statements sent?

Statements are sent via United e-mail on the 5th of each month. However multiple statements may be sent during the month the semester begins; due to changes that happen during the add/drop period.

Are there payment options available?

Students may pay their tuition for a semester in four monthly installments. Contact the Student Billing Office for details:

Student Billing Office
studentbilling@united.edu
937.529.2201

A third party is paying my tuition. How do I complete registration?

Some students receive financial assistance from a third party, such as an employer, a church, or an alternative scholarship.  If payments from your third party have not posted prior to the beginning of classes, alternative payment arrangements will need to be made to cover your tuition expenses. Once the third party funds are received, any excess will be refunded to you.

For more information, contact:

Financial Aid
financialaid@united.edu
937.529.2201

Registrar
registrar@united.edu
937.529.2201
Fax: 858.712.3601

Student Billing Office
studentbilling@united.edu
937.529.2201

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