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Step 2: AOMA Financial Aid

After completion of the FAFSA, prospective students should contact the Admissions Office by phone (512-492-3013/1-800-824-9987 x213) or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)and submit their application to the program of study according to the published admissions deadlines. Further steps in the financial aid process depend on a student’s acceptance into the program. If you are applying from out-of-state, you can complete this process remotely, provided you have the ability to scan, fax, and/or email documents to the Financial Aid Office.

The following steps outline the general financial aid process once you have been accepted into AOMA:

  • Contact the Admissions Office by phone (512-492-3013/1-800-824-9987 x213) or by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)to schedule an appointment with the Financial Services Administrator.
  • Meet with the Financial Services Administrator for preliminary financial aid advising.
  • Complete all necessary financial aid paperwork according to published deadlines.
  • Receive confirmation of your financial aid application from the AOMA Financial Aid Office.
  • Contact the Admissions Office to make an appointment to register for classes.
  • Register for classes.
  • Receive confirmation of your financial aid package from the AOMA Financial Aid Office.
  • Communicate with the Financial Services Administrator by phone (512-492-3007/1-800-824-9987 x207) or by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)regarding any additional application steps.

Federal Direct Loans

Federal Direct Loans represent the primary form of aid awarded to AOMA students. If you are a first time borrower or do not have a current Mater Promissory Note (MPN) on file, you will be required to complete an online MPN and an Entrance Counseling session at StudentLoans.gov before you can receive your first disbursement of Federal Direct Loans.