ACOM is in the preliminary stages of applying to the Dept. of Education for Title IV aid approval. Until approval has been received, no student is eligible to receive Direct Unsubsidized or PLUS loans at ACOM.
We hope to receive approval for the above mentioned programs prior to the 13/14 award year. Updates will be posted as they become available.
Materials contained on this website are provided for informational purposes only. No guarantee is made or implied that ACOM will be approved for participation in any education funding program, or that ACOM students will be approved to participate in those programs. ACOM does not accept any responsibility for any loss which may arise from reliance upon information contained on this site.
All individuals interested in receiving financial aid at ACOM can click "How to Apply" under Financial Aid on the Students menu.
YES! You must reapply each year by completing the steps listed in the Application Quick Reference.
Deadlines vary and are listed on the application for each scholarship. Please refer to Scholarship Opportunities for more information.
ACOM is in the preliminary stages of applying to the Dept. of Education for Title IV aid approval and has not yet been issued a federal school code. If approved, ACOM will provide the code and application instructions to all students via email, and an announcement will be posted on our site.
Keep the SAR for your records, but you are not required to submit the report to ACOM. ACOM will receive your application directly from CPS within 3-5 business days.
This means that ACOM may be required to verify the information on your SAR by collecting a tax return transcript and other documents to confirm the accuracy of the information you submitted. Once ACOM receives your SAR, you will receive additional instructions via email. Required documents will be visible via Net Partner. You should submit all requested materials promptly to avoid delays in application processing.
Once submitted, you should NOT make any changes to your FAFSA unless instructed to do so by the Office of Financial Aid. Failure to follow this directive will result in delays in application processing.
Processing time may take up to seven business days. However, time frame is dependent upon the volume of applicant activity we are experiencing at the time your documents are received.
You can check the status of your application by logging into Net Partner. If an award notice is not visible, and you have not yet received a notice via email, then your application is still being processed. If you are required to submit additional documents, the missing items will be visible in Net Partner, and you will be notified via email.
First, second, and fourth year Osteopathic Medical students may be eligible to receive up to $42,722 per academic year. Third year students may be eligible to receive up to $47,167. The aggregate limit, which includes all of a student's outstanding subsidized and unsubsidized loans, is $224,000.