The Office of Financial Aid has partnered with NextGen Web Solutions to help students submit their financial aid forms online. Nearly all financial aid forms will be submitted through this process. You will be able to securely upload information directly to our office and electronically sign your forms.
Financial aid application processing may take up to 14 days after all required documents are received. You should complete your FAFSA and submit all requested forms prior to our financial aid preferred deadline for the term to avoid any delays in receiving your award.
The U.S. Department of Education requires that documents containing personally identifiable information (PII) be transmitted securely. Therefore, we cannot accept forms or attached documents containing personally identifiable information via email. You may submit documents through our Secure Document Upload. Please be sure that all documents include the student’s name and college ID number.
All information, documents, and/or materials submitted to the Student Financial Services office at UNH become the property of UNH Student Financial Services. Please keep a copy of all submitted forms for your records. For more information, contact us at email@example.com or 603-862-3600.
Be sure to Create Your Accounts prior to accessing our online financial aid forms. For detailed instructions, visit our IT Support page to learn how to Create Your Accounts . If you cannot create your accounts yet, please contact the Office of Financial Aid to request forms that use a manual login.
If you have any specific financial aid form requirements, you should log into Webcat to view and complete them. The College may require information or signatures from parents or spouses. In the event that your application requires a signature from a parent or spouse and they have questions about logging in, feel free to contact the Office of Financial Aid for information about their access to the NextGen platform.
The forms you’ll find below are not required, but you may wish to complete throughout the academic year.
Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
Federal regulations require that all students receiving financial aid (Title IV recipients) progress at a reasonable rate toward achieving and completing their program of study. This requirement is called Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP). To learn more about how progress is calculated, view Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements.
If you currently do not meet this requirement and wish to appeal, please contact your advisor to initiate the process.
NOTE: If you submit a document that is not legible or is missing information, then the requirement will be considered incomplete and you will be notified via email or letter. You can always view the status of your requirements on Webcat.