Financial Aid | Ana G. Mendez University

Financial Aid

Available Funds

  • FCWS: The federal Work-Study program helps college kids who are truly in need of money to get a job.

  • FSEOG: A federal scholarship awarded to students in the undergraduate college program. It does not need to be reimbursed.

  • PELL Scholarship: Limited to students who have not obtained their first baccalaureate degree, or who are enrolled in certain graduate programs.

  • Subsidized Direct Loan Program: The Subsidized Direct Loan is available to students enrolled at the undergraduate level and is based on financial need. While you are studying, the Direct Subsidized Loan will not accrue interest.

  • Direct Unsubsidized Loan Program: The Direct Unsubsidized Loan is available to students enrolled at the undergraduate or graduate level and is not based on financial need. The Direct Unsubsidized Loan will begin to accrue interest from the moment the first disbursement occurs.

  • Direct Parent Plus Loan Program: The Direct Parent Plus Loan is available to parents of undergraduate students enrolled at least part-time, classified as dependents, according to the regulations of the Federal Department of Education. Since it is not based on financial need, it will begin to accrue interest from the moment the first disbursement occurs.

Graduate Level

FEDERAL AID:

  • Direct Unsubsidized Loan Program

  • Direct Loan Program Plus


Other Grants

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Hispanic Heritage Foundation
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About Loans

To be eligible for the funds available at our Institution, the student must first apply for the FAFSA at https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa

Financial aid for the new academic year that begins in the fall. You will need to reapply for your federal student aid (FAFSA). What do I need to do? To fill out your FAFSA you will need:

  1. Your FSA ID access credentials.
  2. Parent's tax information and signature.
  3. If you are a dependent student.
  4. Know your academic year (1st year, 2nd year, 3rd etc.).
  5. Tax information.
  6. Federal Institution Code
  7. Number of people in your household

About Financial Aid

To be eligible for the funds available at our Institution, the student must first apply for the Federal Pell Grant FAFSA at https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa

Financial Aid for the new academic year that starts in Fall, you will need to apply for your federal student aid once again. What will I need to do this? To fill out your FAFSA you will need:

  • Your FSA ID Log-in access
  • Your parents tax information and signatures
  • If you are a dependent student
  • Know your academic year
  • (1st year, 2nd year, 3rd etc.)
  • Tax Information
  • Federal School code for your University (G42404)
  • Know your household size

If I want to do this myself, where do I start?

  • Start by going to www.fafsa.ed.gov
  • Complete your FAFSA for the required year
  • Print the Student Aid Report page that you get once you complete the FAFSA (SAR)
  • Go to www.nslds.ed.gov and select Financial Aid Review
  • Log-in and print the main page where all your financial aid is summarized
  • Bring both pages with you to register

How to speed up your registration?

If you wish to shorten your registration time, bring this page to the information on your Household Size Form completed and signed.


How to Fill Out the FAFSA


FAFSA and FAFSA ID Tips for Parents


The Digital Future of Federal Student Aid