Includes BGS program tuition, fees, and an allowance for off campus room and board costs, books, supplies, and transportation and personal expenses. The items in dark green represent direct costs that will appear on the University of Miami bill.
A student’s total financial aid package may not exceed the standard cost of attendance. Please note that your cost of attendance is based on the number of credit hours of enrollment and includes the following fees and allowances:
Students will receive an email alerting them that their financial aid award has posted to their CaneLink account. You can view the award by clicking on “Go To Student Center” and then on “View Financial Aid.” You may accept/decline all or any portion of the award through your CaneLink account.
**NOTE: Financial aid eligibility will not be determined if any portion of the student’s financial aid application is incomplete. It will be important that students monitor and complete their financial aid To Do List items in a timely manner.
Financial aid does not automatically renew at the start of a new academic year. In order to continue receiving federal financial aid all students must refile the FAFSA annually by the appropriate deadline date. Students must meet academic eligibility criteria each year.
Students enrolled in certificate programs are not eligible for federal or institutional need based aid.
Students in these programs can apply for Private Education Loans through private banks or lenders. The University of Miami does not have a preferred lender list.
All University of Miami undergraduate students receiving financial aid through federal aid sources, must maintain at least a minimum cumulative GPA and credit hour completion rate to continue to receive financial assistance. Failure to meet these standard academic progress requirements may result in the cancellation/non-renewal of aid awarded.
Federal and institutional need-based aid recipients will be placed on a "warning status" for one semester following notice of failure to meet SAP requirements. Failure to meet the requirements by the end of the warning period will result in cancellation of aid.