Completing the FAFSA
All students applying for Veterinary Medicine aid must complete the FAFSA. For full consideration for the programs below, submit yours by our preferential filing date of March 15th. Funds will be awarded based on availability.
Veterinary Medicine Loan Programs
Financial aid for graduate and professional students is typically limited to loans. See our loan section for information on Federal Direct Loans and maximum annual limits.
Special Veterinary Medicine Financial Aid Programs
We strongly suggest that all Veterinary Medicine students supply parental information on the FAFSA. If you want to be considered for any of the below programs by the Federal Department of Health and Human Services, you must include your parental income and asset information regardless of dependency status. Failure to submit parental information will make you ineligible for these programs.
Loan for Disadvantaged Students (LDS)
Any student enrolled full-time who meets the federal definition of coming from a disadvantaged environment is eligible to be considered for this loan. This loan has a 5 percent annual interest rate, which is deferred while the student is enrolled.
Health Professions Student Loans (HPSL)
Veterinary Medicine students who are enrolled full-time with proven financial need are eligible to be considered for this loan. This loan has a 5 percent annual interest rate, which is deferred while the student is enrolled.