Planning for $UCCE$$
Success in the classroom is no accident. It requires focus, determination, initiative, and hard work. The same is true when it comes to your finances. Cash Course is one of many resources available to assist students with improving their financial literacy and achieving financial success. It covers a wide range of topics such as protecting credit, preventing identity theft, budgeting, financial planning, and managing debt.
The Office of Financial Aid is committed to your success and would like to encourage students to utilize all available resources in the process of managing their financial affairs and planning for the future. We invite you to explore our comprehensive listing of links, resources, and planning tools, and contact us if you have questions. Anytime you need assistance, remember that our door is always open.
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.
ACOM is in the preliminary stages of applying to the Dept. of Veterans' Affairs for program approval. Until approval has been received, no student is eligible to receive any type of VA education benefits 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 presented 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.