The mission of the Financial Aid Office is to inform and assist the student regarding the available options for assistance with the financial obligations associated with their post-secondary education. By definition financial aid is money supplied by a source other than the family to assist with the costs of a student’s education. If you do not plan to make payment in full for tuition and fees at the time of registration, you will need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
What is financial assistance?
· All federal and state assistance
· University and non-University scholarships
Financial Aid Facts: Approximately 85 percent of Amridge students receive some form of financial assistance.
Early application is encouraged to ensure availability of funds, so you’ll want to complete the FAFSA process as soon as you enroll. Financial aid available to those who qualify.
How do I continue to receive federal financial aid funds?
In order to continue to receive federal financial aid (Title IV funds) a student must maintain their satisfactory academic progress. Amridge University complies with the satisfactory academic progress requirements established by the federal government for students receiving federal funds. For a detailed explanation of satisfactory academic progress go to the full description of Satisfactory Academic Progress standards
Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) standards include:
- A qualitative measure (cumulative grade point average)
- A quantitative measure\pace of progression (maintaining measurable progress toward the completion of program)
- A reasonable time frame for degree completion.
Starr Fain: 1.800.351.4040 Ext 7523 or 334.387.7523
Louise Hicks: 1.800.351.4040 Ext 7525 or 334.387.7525
Erica Davis: 1.800.351.4040 Ext 7527 or 334.387.7527