Parents Guide: Financial Aid, Tuition, and Scholarships

Learn more about financial aid available to help fund your son or daughter's medical education, read about scholarships, view our tuition rates, and more.

We understand that medical school requires a substantial financial commitment. That’s why, if your son or daughter chooses to start medical school journey at American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC), we’re going to invest in them. Not only is AUC eligible for the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program (Direct Loans), but we’re also committed to providing scholarship assistance to eligible students who apply and qualify.

Tuition at AUC

For the most up-to-date tuition and fee information, please visit our dedicated Tuition and Fees page. This section also includes information on housing costs.

Financial Aid for US Students

As mentioned, AUC is eligible to participate in the Federal Direct Loan Program. To get started, your son or daughter will need to fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. AUC’s institutional code is G22444. For qualified citizens and eligible non-citizens, it is possible to borrow up to the entire cost of attendance (which includes tuition, books and supplies, accommodation, and travel).

Financial Aid for Canadian Students

Loan opportunities may vary from Canadian province to province—we recommend checking the Canadian government’s official website for the Student Assistance Program (SAP). For more information on the AUC experience for Canadian students, visit our dedicated Non-US Applicants page.


Whether your son or daughter is a career-changer, a student from outside the US, a current AUC student, or someone who’s discovering our school for the first time, we have several scholarships available that can help offset the costs of medical school. Explore our lineup of scholarships.

Planning Guides

Download AUC's US Financial Aid Planning Guide or the Canadian Financial Aid Planning Guide

Contact the Office of Student Finance for More Information

For questions on applying for financial aid, filing the FAFSA, student loans and more, contact us at