Forms and Resources

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Electronic Student Forms

The Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships is introducing a new easy, mobile, personalized process that makes everything about navigating financial aid easier!

We’re proud to say that now all A&M-SA Jaguars will be able to:

  • Complete financial aid forms on your phone, tablet, or computer.
  • Securely upload documents from any device.
  • E-sign documents—both you and your parents!
  • Manage your financial aid tasks online.
  • Receive automated reminders about outstanding tasks and next steps.

There is a one-time account creation for first-time users. You will be asked for some basic information when creating your account that must match what you indicate on your FAFSA. This information is used to validate your identity so that your electronic signature can be used on future forms.

Follow the steps below to set up your account from any mobile device or computer:

  1. Go to to create your account.
  2. Click the ‘Create Account’ link.
  3. Enter/confirm your student information.
  4. Click the ‘Create Account’ button.

For more detailed instructions, check out this step-by-step guide

Once your account is created, any required tasks you need to complete will become available.

If you have difficulties creating, accessing, or uploading documents in your electronic student forms account, please contact our Welcome Center at 210-784-1300 or submit an online inquiry form.


TASFA students:

Financial aid documents for all TASFA students can be submitted by uploading your documents using the online inquiry form.  

All TASFA forms can be found at


Financial Aid Resources

Bookstore Credit

Students who have completed the financial aid process and are awaiting the arrival of their aid may be eligible to use a portion of their anticipated aid to purchase textbooks at the Bookstore prior to the start of the term.

Financial Aid Glossary

Use the glossary to find financial aid terms that will be important to you as a student.

Consortium Agreement

Texas A&M University-San Antonio offers students the opportunity to participate in a Consortium Agreement when they are dually enrolled at A&M-SA and the Alamo Colleges in the same semester.

Student Consumer Information

The Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) requires colleges and universities that participate in federal student financial aid programs to disclose certain information to current and prospective students, and to university employees.

Terms and Conditions

The terms and conditions apply to all students receiving financial aid.

Special Circumstances

We understand that sometimes your FAFSA does not accurately reflect you or your family’s ability to pay for college. A Special Circumstance Request may result in additional or increased federal grants (Pell/SEOG), state grants (Texas Grant), and/or need-based loans (subsidized loans)

Other Forms Not Available Electronically & Additional Resources

Terms and Conditions

As a student you have the right and responsibilities of understanding your financial aid.