The UMA Financial Aid Office administers federal, state and university aid programs to assist eligible students finance their UMA education. We look forward to assisting you!
No student should fail to apply for college because she or he cannot afford a college education. The UMA Financial Aid Office administers many programs; therefore, a student and their family should not assume that a college education is beyond their reach due to financial concerns. When a family’s financial resources are determined to be insufficient to meet educational expenses, grants, loans, or employment can usually be made available. If funds are not available from the University, the UMA Financial Aid Office can refer students to other potential sources of aid.
The principle of financial aid programs is that the student and his/her family are expected to contribute, when able, to meet college costs; therefore, it is important to remember that financial aid is intended to supplement, not supplant, a student and his/her family’s resources. Since the federal government provides the majority of funds the University allocates to its students, family resources are assessed in accordance with formula as required by the U.S. Department of Education. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is used to collect income and asset information in order to establish eligibility for a variety of aid programs. UMA’s financial aid award year begins with the summer semester. If attending the summer term, you will need to complete a FAFSA for the upcoming school year.
Financial Aid funds, including loans, are awarded to students under the assumption that the student will attend school for the entire period for which the assistance is awarded. The funds may include a combination of grants, scholarships, work-study and loans based on specific program criteria and student eligibility.
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UMA’s Title IV School Code is 006760
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The Net Price Calculator is designed to help you estimate your financial aid options for The University of Maine at Augusta. PLEASE NOTE: This calculator is currently designed for First-Year, Full-Time students only. The results displayed will not be an accurate estimate if you are planning to attend part-time or are a Transfer student.
Normal office hours are: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST
On the Web: Find the latest student-specific information at MaineStreet.
In Person: Student Financial Services is located on the second floor in the Randall Center on the Augusta campus.
We can be reached at: (207) 621-3185 or in-state toll-free 1-877-862-1234.
Our e-mail address is: UMAFA@MAINE.EDU