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IMPORTANT NOTICE: Federal Student Loan Repayment resumes in October 2023.  For more information, please visit our Federal Student Loans page.

Financial Aid

All students should apply for financial aid by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online as soon as it becomes available on October 1st each year. To view the types of financial aid available, please visit the Types of Financial Aid page.

Applying for Financial Aid

  • Complete the FAFSA every year online or on the mobile app “myStudentAid” which can be downloaded for free from the AppStore or Google Play.
  • Create a Federal Student Aid (FSA) ID if you do not have one, on the Federal Student Aid website.
  • JABSOM’s school code is 001610.
  • Submit your FAFSA before the February 1st priority deadline to be considered for the JABSOM Opportunity Grant. If you miss the priority deadline, you may still submit your FAFSA for available aid.
  • Your FAFSA information may also be used to determine eligibility for scholarships.

The Financial Aid Process

We work in partnership with the UH Manoa Financial Aid Services Office. Their office receives and processes your FAFSA and any additional requirements that may be requested to determine a financial aid award offer.

Before a financial aid award can be determined, your acceptance and residency documents must be received and then reviewed by the JABSOM Admissions Staff. Communication will be sent to you via email regarding your financial aid status and can be viewed through your MyUH account once established.

Financial Aid Tips

  • When completing the FAFSA, have the following documents available as applicable. Please note that you are NOT required to include your parent’s income information.

    • Federal Income Tax Return
    • W-2 statement
    • Bank account statements
    • Driver’s License
  • Complete the FAFSA every year before February 1st for priority consideration
  • Follow up on your financial aid status by checking your MyUH periodically
  • Determine your budget for the next academic year to know how much financial aid you’ll need
  • When it comes to your federal student loan offers, borrow only what you need
  • Keep records of your financial aid awards, including the loan amounts borrowed and scholarships received
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