Renew Your Aid
Mark your calendar! If you'll be a returning student in the 23-24 school year, please submit your renewal aid application before January 2, 2023.
For the 23-24 school year, you'll share information on the FAFSA and CSS Profile about your family's income from the 2021 tax year. Have your documents handy!
Renew Your Aid for US Citizens & Permanent Residents
Step 1: Complete the FAFSA
Submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online and have the results sent to Duke.
- Be sure to use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool to import your tax information into the FAFSA.
Step 2: Complete the CSS Profile
Complete the CSS Profile.
Step 3: Keep an Eye on Your To-Do List
After you complete the CSS Profile, your DukeHub To-Do list may indicate that you need to submit additional documents to complete your financial aid application. Please keep an eye on your To-Do list!
Be sure to check your to-do items in DukeHub regularly! If our office needs additional documents from you to complete your aid application, we'll list them there.
If you're undocumented, you won't need to file the FAFSA, but you will need to file the CSS Profile. You may also need to submit tax documents (if taxes were filed) and/or income information. Keep an eye on your to-do list in DukeHub to see if we request any additional documents!
If you're an international student currently receiving financial aid, you don't need to reapply! Your aid will be renewed automatically each year.
Please note that international applicants must check the financial aid interest box on their original Duke application to receive need-based aid at any point while at Duke. In addition, there are no need-based or merit scholarships available for international transfer students.