After the Financial Aid Office has received FAFSA information from the Federal Processor and has gone through any corrections or verification process (if required), we will calculate a financial aid package. Students will receive a Financial Aid Notification that explains what information was used as the basis of the package, and the aid amount for which the student is eligible.
Be advised that changes that occur as a result of the verification or appeal process can change aid eligibility. If a change does occur for verification or any other reason, the student will receive email notification (sent to the maine.edu email address) (or a revised financial aid notification for first-year students) of the change and be urged to check MaineStreet for details.
Students will receive a hard copy of the first financial aid notification. The letter will give instructions on how to accept/decline the financial aid package on MaineStreet. A paper option is provided for first-year students. We recommend students keep a copy of their financial aid notification if they return the original to the Financial Aid Office.
Understanding Your Financial Aid Award
In this video, Assistant Director of Financial Aid Joe Toner explains how to understand your UMF financial aid notification letter and what you need to do next.
If you have questions, please contact us. We look forward to helping you.
Merrill Center Student Services
University of Maine at Farmington
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Farmington, Maine 04938
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