The Office of Student Financial Aid Services (OSFAS) assists students through the financial aid process by 1) Identifying/sharing the types of aid available to finance a UConn Schools of Medicine and Dental Medicine education 2) Evaluating student eligibility for financial aid including; federal financial aid, institutional aid, and scholarship opportunities 3) Offers financial aid in accordance to federal and institutional regulations to ensure compliance.
Additionally, OSFAS provides resources for financial literacy, responsible borrowing, and debt management. OSFAS staff is available to answer questions regarding financial aid resources, financial literacy, cost of attendance (COA), and all processes related to financial aid, from application to repayment.
- 2024-2025 FAFSA ChangesThe 2024-2025 academic year will have a new FAFSA for all students to complete, with some very important changes. The Office of Student Financial Aid Services has created a guide to several of these changes, with links to the Department of Education for further details. I strongly encourage all students to review this information as […]Posted on November 2, 2023
- 24/25 Financial AidThere are significant changes to completing the FAFSA for the 24-25 academic year. Medical and Dental students (any graduate and professional students) will not be able to include parental information on the 24-25 FAFSA because the student is classified as an Independent student. However, all need-based Institutional Aid and U.S. Department of Health and […]Posted on October 19, 2023
- Debt Management CounselingIn anticipation of graduation, our office is offering 30-minute virtual debt management sessions for all fourth-year students. We welcome you to take this opportunity to meet with a financial aid counselor to review your current student debt and loan servicer, as well as how to navigate repayment and/or address your questions and concerns as it […]Posted on October 16, 2023