UAA Financial Aid

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Where to Begin

Every degree-seeking student at UAA should submit a FAFSA each year. Even if you aren't planning on using financial aid, you may be eligible for scholarships that can be applied with your FAFSA application.

Apply for Aid

Icon of hand outstretched holding dollar signScholarships

Check out the opportunities for scholarships available to you! In addition to scholarships, there are more types of aid that may help you accomplish your educational goals, including:

Other Ways to Pay

There are many additional ways to pay for college even if you don’t qualify for the federal student aid. Some of those options include UAA payment plans and loans.

Financial Aid Process

Learn about the different steps to applying for, receiving and keeping financial aid.



Important Information

As a student, you have responsibilities when it comes to aid and it is important to understand all of the rules behind each award. Always remember, your financial aid eligibility could be in jeopardy if program rules are not followed. Find out more about your rights, responsibilities and the eligibility requirements you need to maintain.

COVID Relief Funds Exhausted

Federal COVID Student Relief Funding

From 2020-2022, UAA had received federal funds intended to support financially needy students during the COVID pandemic from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF) legislation under the CARES Act, the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSA), and most recently, the American Rescue Plan (ARP). For more information visit UAA's HEERF Funding Response.

While there is no longer funding available from this program students may be eligible for federal funding through the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).