At the One Stop Student Service Center, we understand parents play a vital role in helping chart the path of their students here at UC. Your students are our most important priority and parents are welcome to contact us.
Please note that UC is governed by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA).
Please also visit the Parent & Family Programs website for other information and resources.
Set up your Delegated Access Account in Catalyst
You will receive an email with instructions once your student has granted you access.
Check your Student’s To Do List in Catalyst
Submit requested documentation, especially for financial aid, as soon as possible. Assist your student with completing other necessary to do list items.
Check your Student’s Bill in Catalyst
Review due dates and payment options by visiting the Bursar's Office website.
Complete the Parent PLUS Loan Process
If you are borrowing a Parent PLUS loan, complete the Parent PLUS loan application and Master Promissory Note (MPN) by visiting studentloans.gov.
Sign Up for Direct Deposit for Parent PLUS Loan Refunds
In your parent Catalyst account, you will sign up for direct deposit. You will receive a refund if the Parent PLUS loan is greater than your student’s total semester bill.
Help your student complete the 2018-2019 FAFSA
Help your student complete their 2018-19 FAFSA by visiting fafsa.ed.gov.
Connect with Parent & Family Programs
Connect with Parent and Family Programs for resources by visiting the Parent & Family Programs website.
Ensure your Student has Submitted Vaccination Information
Assist your student with checking their To Do List in Catalyst and ensure that they have submitted their vaccination information to MedProctor.
Live in Kentucky or Indiana?
Submit Reciprocity and Metropolitan Rate tuition rate applications, if your student’s program is eligible and you live in qualifying Kentucky or Indiana counties. Review due dates and required documentation by visiting the Registrar's Office website.
Help your Student Complete the 2019-2020 FAFSA as early as October 1, 2018
Set your student up for a successful sophomore year, as limited aid sources run out quickly. Complete the FAFSA by visiting fafsa.ed.gov.