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Financial Aid

Federal Student Aid
The information supplied is subject to change. For up to date information from the Federal Government please go to:


  1. Be enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a regular student.
  2. Be a U.S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen with a valid Green Card/Permanent Resident Card (1-551)
  3. A valid Email address
  4. Have a valid High school Diploma or a verified Bachelor’s Degree.
  5. Males must have registered for the Selective Services (
  6. You must be in Default on any Educational Loans
  7. You must maintain satisfactory academic progress
  8. You must be enrolled at least half-time 6 units for MSTCM or 4.5 for DAOM program


Students who are admitted to UEWM in the MSTCM or DAOM are eligible to borrow graduate-level Direct Unsubsidized Loans. You may expect to borrow a total of $20,500 for the 2 terms (ex: $10,250 per term or $30,750 for the academic year.) The maximum graduate aggregate limit for federal loan is $138,500 (this may include the total amount that students may have borrowed from any previous institutions.)

There is a loan fee on all Direct Unsubsidized Loans of 1.068% before July 1, 2016 and 1.710% after.  The loan fee is a percentage of the loan amount and is proportionately deducted for each loan disbursement. The percentage varied depending on when the loan is first disbursed. (see linked for details

Net Calculator:

Net Price Calculator According to provisions of HEOA all schools who enroll first-time undergraduate students are required to provide on their web site a Net Price Calculator. UEWM does not enroll first-time undergraduate students; therefore, is not required to provide a Net Price Calculator. The Financial Aid Office is available to assist you with determining your net cost of attendance at UEWM.


UEWM Financial Aid Checklist

2018 Current Student Financial Aid Application Form

2017-2018 New Student Financial Aid Application Form

2016-2017 New Student Financial Aid Application Form

2015-2016 New Student Financial Aid Application Form


Loan Disclosures

Code of Conducts for Educational Loans and Borrower's Rights and Responsibilities

Federal Return of Title IV Funds Refund Policy

Federal Return of Title IV Funds Refund Process


Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA):

Entrance Counseling and Master Promissory Note:

Interest Rates and Fees:

National Student Loan Database:

Responsible Borrowing

Please carefully follow the steps as outlined on the Applying for Federal Financial Aid link. If you have questions, feel free to contact the Financial Aid office at 408-636-7717 


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