IMPORTANT FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

The IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is currently unavailable. The DRT, which is used to retrieve student (and parent or spouse) tax data and auto fill the financial section of the FAFSA, is expected to be unavailable for several weeks.

While this may be an inconvenience, the outage does not prevent students (and parents) from completing the FAFSA. They can still complete the FAFSA using their 2015 tax information (for both the 2016-17 and 2017-18 financial aid years), which will need to be entered manually in those fields on the FAFSA.

For more information, see this article or view this video.

If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Financial Aid at 214-333-5363 or finaid@dbu.edu.

 

Online Education Payment of Charges


All Employer Reimbursed students may use their employer deferment option for payment of their internet courses.


Payment Arrangements

Students who are employees of companies which pay DBU directly for all or part of the student's cost of tuition and fees may register by providing DBU the appropriate form with required signatures on or before registration. Any amount not covered by the employer is to be paid by the student at registration. If for any reason the employer does not make payment to DBU, students are responsible for all charges.

Financial Aid Forms Questions about Fees & Payments Contact Financial Aid

                                               

Again this year, the Federal government is offering a number of tax incentives

(some of which were set to go away)

that could help lower the cost of higher education for some families.

Follow the link below to learn about some of these incentives that may be available to you as you prepare your 2016 axes.

 

Tax Incentives for the 2016 Tax Year

 

Financial Aid Questions? Get Video Answers Ready to Apply? Thinking About DBU? Grants Scholarships Loans Tuition & Housing Costs

Information regarding specific yearly amounts for each Federal Aid program is available in the FINANCIAL AID STUDENT GUIDE, published annually by the US Department of Education.

Click HERE to view that publication online.