To calculate your financial aid, the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid will estimate what it will cost you to attend the University of Houston.Items included in the cost of attendance: Verification is a random quality-control method used by the U. Department of Education to check the accuracy of information submitted on the FAFSA.All schools that disburse Federal Title IV Funds are required to participate in the verification process.
For more information on the verification process, please contact your Financial Aid Advisor or the my UH Enrollment Services Call Center at 713-743-1010, option 5.
Once your FAFSA is submitted, your information will be verified by matching the information on your FAFSA with a series of federally mandated data (Social Security Number, date of birth, name, selective service status, citizenship status, and default status).
You may also be selected for the verification process by the U. Department of Education, which is a random quality control method used to check the accuracy of information submitted on the FAFSA.
Any request for taxes beginning 2012/2013 school year will now have to be an IRS tax transcript.
The University of Houston will no longer accept 1040, 1040A, 1040EZ or 1040X tax documents.
The IRS provides additional information on the difference between a tax transcript and tax return.Financial aid disbursement is a process that takes place on or after the first class day of each term.Financial aid is defined as “anticipated or pending aid” until it actually "disburses" into a student’s account.Financial aid is awarded to students' accounts as pending/anticipated aid prior to the start of each term.All Federal Loans and Scholarships will begin disbursing the first week of classes (this can be delayed if you have session courses that start in months other than August and January).All Grants will disburse immediately a day after the 12th class day of the session which is the official reporting date.