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Filing the 2021-2022 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA):

The UNMC Financial Aid Office would like to take this opportunity to advise students the 2021-2022 is now available. Students must file the FAFSA every year to remain eligible for federal student aid (loans/grants).

APPLICATION DEADLINE: APRIL 1, 2021

ALL Other UNMC DEGREE and CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS are considered GRADUATE/PROFESSIONAL Programs.  The FAFSA should be completed in accordance with FAFSA instructions.  PARENT information is NOT required on the FAFSA for graduate/professional students unless you are a College of Dentistry or College of Pharmacy Student.  Dentistry and Pharmacy students who wish to be considered for the subsidized Health Professions Student Loan (interest free while enrolled and 5% interest in repayment) must file their FAFSA by APRIL 1, 2021 AND PARENT income information must be included on the FAFSA for HPSL consideration.

INCOME REDUCTION REVIEW:

An income reduction review is relevant for undergraduate students only.  Graduate and Professional students are not eligible for NEED BASED federal grant/loan aid. The income/tax information plays no role in your eligibility for Direct Unsubsidized/Direct Graduate PLUS loan aid.

The following procedure for INCOME REDUCTION REVIEW is as follows: 

The UNMC Financial Aid Office will accept Income Reduction Reviews for the following reasons:

Review your ESTIMATED 2021-2022 Cost of Attendance

 

Contact the UNMC Financial Aid Office at finaid@unmc.edu or 402-559-4199