- University Life
Tubman, Jonathan G.
Vice Provost for Research & Dean of Graduate Studies
Students must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be considered for federal loans and federal work-study. There is no deadline, and the FAFSA will be reviewed on a rolling basis as it is received.
Scholarships are awarded by the academic departments. The Financial Aid Office does not administer these awards. Please visit your school's merit scholarship Web page for further information.
Complete your FAFSA online. Be sure to list the American University (AU) FAFSA code, 001434, in the college release section. (A limited supply of paper FAFSA forms is available from the AU Financial Aid Office, if you prefer.)
Continuing students will receive their notification letters via the student portal in late June after spring grades have been received and reviewed. Missing grades may delay the arrival of your award letter.
You may be asked to download and complete the 2011-2012 Verification Worksheet. Do not complete these forms unless asked to do so by the Financial Aid Office.