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Amberton University

Financial Aid FAQs

Financial Aid - FAQs

Tuition Assistance

Amberton University encourages all students to research tuition assistance options available through their employers, third parties, and available military benefits prior to committing to additional financial debt through educational loans. We recommend students reach out their employer’s benefits department or their military Education Services Officer (ESO) and inquire about tuition assistance/benefit options.

Title IV Funds

Amberton University is certified under Title IV to participate in the Pell Grant and Federal Direct Loan programs for all undergraduate and graduate degree programs. For more information on Title IV eligibility, please visit the Federal Student Aid website, speak to a Student Advisor at (972) 279-6511 option # 4, or email FinAid@Amberton.edu. Information on how to apply for Title IV financial aid, eligibility requirements, and policies and procedures related to financial aid are also available in the University’s Financial Aid Handbook.

Private Education Loans

While the University participates in Federal Direct Loan programs, we realize that unforeseen financial circumstances occur that may temporarily disrupt students’ educational benefits. For this reason, Amberton University has agreement(s) with loan providers who offer private loans for educational expenses. These loans are not federally-funded and are designed to assist approved students with payment of tuition, fees, and textbooks. They are not designed to provide income for day-to-day living expenses normally covered by the working adult’s employment income.The University does not have any revenue-sharing agreements with private education loan lenders.

Sallie Mae Student Loans

The Sallie Mae® Student Loan is a private, credit-based, school-certified student loan for student borrowers enrolled fulltime, half time or less than half time. With these loan, qualified students may be eligible to borrow up to the full cost of their education as certified by the University. For information about the application process, visit For information about the application process, visit https://www.salliemae.com/student-loans/

Financial Aid Handbook

Need more information about Amberton’s Financial Aid offerings, policies and procedures? View our Financial Aid Handbook by clicking the link below:

Financial Aid Handbook

Contact the Financial Aid Office

Looking for more information about Financial Aid and the costs associated with obtaining a degree or certification from Amberton University? Contact one of our Financial Aid Advisors today.

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