Financial Aid at Texas A&M University-San Antonio
The A&M-San Antonio Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid is here to assists students in obtaining financial assistance in order to supplement their own contribution to a college education. A&M-SA offers a variety of federal, state, institutional, and private fund(s) to assist eligible students in funding their education. The financial gap between the cost of an education and monies available from the family can be complemented by grants, loans, scholarships and/or student employment. Our office updates the types of aid available annually and therefore it is encouraged for students to periodically check on their financial aid status.
Financial Aid Awards for Fall 2017 will begin processing March 2017.
Attention Graduating Students!
All graduating students who have loan history are required to complete an exit counseling session from loans upon degree completion. If you wish to complete the session in-person, please click HERE to RSVP for our upcoming April sessions.
DEADLINE: All graduating students who submit an RSVP before April 10, 2017 will receive a copy of their NSLDS loan history during the session.
Apply for Financial Aid
File your FAFSA early! Students can complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid as early as October 1. Be sure to use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool to transfer tax return information and save time.
FAFSA school code: 042485
Financial Aid Resources
There are a variety of tools available online to simplify the financial aid process and help with general questions. Review our list of helpful websites.
Did you know that scholarships are another alternative to loans or grants that can help you pay for college? Check out the A&M-SA scholarship website for scholarship deadlines and more information about scholarships offered at A&M-SA.
Financial Aid Calendar
Deadlines are critical for processing financial aid. Review important financial aid dates and deadlines and stay informed. Additionally, each semester financial aid conducts workshops on repayment of student loans, satisfactory academic progress, and a variety of other topics. For dates and time, review the Financial Aid Calendar.