We know that financing your education can be a challenging process.

We are here to assist you through this process by providing you with information about federal, state, and institutional loans, grants, scholarships, and work study programs. Our office encourages all current or prospective students to explore their financial options at Augusta University.

If you have any questions or concerns about financial aid, we encourage you to contact us at 706-737-1524 or email us at osfa@augusta.edu.

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Apply for Financial Aid

A step-by-step guide for financing your education at Augusta University

Apply for Scholarships

Submit an institutional application for scholarship opportunities


Got financial aid questions? Get video answers here!

Net Price Calculator

Provides estimated net price information


Policies and Procedures

All of Financial Aid's policies and procedures in one place

Student Shopping Sheet

A standardized form for prospective students to compare the estimated costs of colleges

Financial Aid Short & Simple

A simple breakdown of our department and the ways we help our students

Additional Resources

Learn more about scholarships, financial planning tools and more!



If you have completed your FAFSA and were selected for Verification, please submit all requested documents as soon as possible. Check your POUNCE account for additional details.*** Don't Delay Your FinAid: New Process Is Here. Submit documents electronically to satisfy your requirements faster & easier.

View & submit your documents

Ways to Get Tax Transcripts

You may register to use Get Transcript Online to view, print, or download transcripts. If you're unable to register or you prefer not to use Get Transcript Online, you may order a tax return transcript and/or a tax account transcript using Get Transcript by Mail or call 800-908-9946. Please allow 5 to 10 calendar days for delivery.


Check POUNCE to see your financial aid status. You must ACCEPT OR DECLINE any offered aid in POUNCE today.

If you have completed a FAFSA and do not see the FAFSA listed as “Satisfied,” notify the Office of Student Financial Aid immediately.

If you have already “Accepted” your loans, please make sure that you have completed the Entrance Counseling and Master Promissory Note at studentloans.gov. If you have completed these requirements and they are not listed as being  “Satisfied”, notify the Office of Student Financial Aid immediately.