College is a significant investment in your future, so you might need help paying for college. We offer more than $36 million in financial assistance to AUM students annually. Let’s get started with applying for financial aid.
It’s important to think about your financial future when you’re applying for colleges or continuing your education career for another year. AUM offers a wide variety of scholarships, grants, student loan options, and federal work-study programs to help you manage the financial demands that college can pose.
The Office of Financial Aid is here to help answer your questions about the financial commitment of college, how to create a solid plan for paying your student loans, what to expect when applying for scholarships and grants, and more. Visit our office, give us a call, or submit a question using our contact form, so you start feeling comfortable and confident about your financial plan for college.
Explore the forms you’ll need for these financial aid options.
How is financial need determined? How long does it take to find out what kind of financial aid you might receive? How are funds disbursed? What about Summer term financial aid? Get answers to these questions and more.
The financial aid staff is always willing to take the time out of their day to answer your questions. But if you’ve got a question that needs answering ASAP, there’s a good chance you can find the answer on our Frequently Asked Questions page. Explore our curated list of commonly asked questions about AUM financial aid.
You’re not alone in planning your financial commitment and journey at AUM. the AUM financial aid staff works hard to make an education at AUM affordable for every student. The Student Financial Counselors on campus are available to create an individualized plan to help you best tackle paying for your education.
From planning financial aid for summer months to reviewing our formal financial aid policies, browse our additional financial aid resources.
First time Federal Direct Loan borrowers at AUM must complete loan entrance counseling. This important information explains the mandatory process borrowers must undergo along with their responsibilities prior to accepting a federal loan. The primary reason for these efforts is to ensure that students have lower rates of delinquency in repaying their loans along with lower rates of defaulting on the loans.
The entire process is virtual and completed in 20-30 mins.
Exit counseling provides important information to prepare you to repay your federal student loan(s).
If you have received a subsidized, unsubsidized or PLUS loan under the Direct Loan Program or the FFEL Program, you must complete exit counseling each time you:
The entire process is virtual and completed in 20-30 minutes.
In accordance with U.S.Department of Education regulations, if a student is convicted of a drug offense after receiving Federal financial aid money, he or she must notify their respective Financial Aid Office immediately. Further, that student will become ineligible for further federal financial aid and will also be required to pay back any and all aid received after the conviction. Please see the current published information regarding this important regulation.
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