UTSA Tuition & Fee Loan
Who can apply?
Any UTSA student enrolled for at least three semester hours is eligible to apply. You do not have to be a financial aid recipient in order to apply. You must not have a prior semester Fiscal Services balance or any type of financial hold (parking fine, library fine, etc.).
How do I apply?
- Log into ASAP
- Select Student Services & Financial Aid
- Select Financial Aid
- Select Tuition and Fee Loan Application, select enrollment term (in the drop box) and click 'Submit Term'.
- References: List 3 different people that live at 3 different addresses
- Promissory Note: Change Margin setting to 0.3" top/bottom, left/right to print Promissory Note correctly.
- Print promissory note
- Sign all spaces which indicate “borrower signature” (twice) and “borrower initials” (once)
- Submit one copy of your completed promissory note with your student ID to the Student Financial Aid & Enrollment Services Office in room JPL 1.01.04 at the 1604 campus or Frio Building 1.500 at the downtown campus.
- Faxed or emailed promissory notes WILL NOT be accepted.
- If you have difficulty logging into ASAP please call 210.458.8000 or 800.669.0919.
Where can I access ASAP?
You may access ASAP from your home computer if you have Internet access and a printer.
Please note that the kiosks at the 1604 and Downtown campuses DO NOT have printer access.
What happens after I submit it in ASAP?
The promissory note must be printed from the computer after you have completed the necessary information and submitted it. Follow instructions regarding page margins and printing information carefully. You must turn in a signed copy of the promissory note to Student Financial Aid & Enrollment Services BEFORE payment deadline in order to secure your classes.
When do I have to repay the loan?
Your promissory note will indicate the date the balance is due and how much interest will be charged. The interest rate assessed is 5% per year, prorated to 90 days. The due dates are as follows:
For Fall November 30
For Spring April 30
For Summer July 31
For more details regarding due dates and repayment, please refer to your Master Promissory Note.
- Plan ahead for repayment
- Loan Repayment Options
- Loan Forgiveness options for Teachers
- Loan Forgiveness for Public Service
Resources to Assist Borrower
- Accessing your Federal Student Loan Information
- Glossary of Common Loan Terms
- Your Federal Student Loans
Resources for Delinquency & Default
- Consequences of Default
- Facing Student Loan Default
- Default FAQ
- Why you shouldn’t avoid the problem
- Trouble making payments
- Who you can contact
- Income Based Repayment Calculator
- Standard, Extended and Graduated Calculator
- Loan Consolidation
- Debt/Salary Wizard
Loan Helpful Links
- Direct Loan Servicing
- Texas Guaranteed Student Loan (TG)
- Texas Employment Outlook
- Contact Us
- Financial Aid Home