Students in the College of Arts & Humanities have a variety of options to help finance their education. The University of Maryland Office of Student Financial Aid assists all students in obtaining need-based aid.
- Admitted students can access their financial accounts and direct questions about billing and payment options to the University’s Office of the Bursar.
- Completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) form each year is the first step toward applying for need-based aid. The University of Maryland priority deadline for completing the FAFSA form is February 15 for the upcoming academic year. Maryland residents are also eligible for state aid programs.
- Some state-based aid requires that students file supplemental paperwork in addition to the FAFSA. Please visit Maryland Higher Education Commission to explore state-based aid options.
The College of Arts & Humanities also has a number of scholarships specifically for its majors that can supplement financial aid. For specific information on scholarships offered and eligibility requirements, please visit the college’s scholarship site.