Student Financial Services at UCF COM is here to answer any questions you may have regarding student finances and the financial aid process. We are here to help with financial advising and provide you with the best resources to achieve the best financial wellness for you.
There are additional resources that you will find helpful during your time at UCF COM:
FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is required each year for students who intend to borrow from the federal loan programs or who are receiving a UCF COM need-based grant. All COM students are strongly encouraged to submit the FAFSA, which is available beginning October 1st each year.
NSLDS (National Student Loan Data System) is where students may go to review their entire loan history, including total amount borrowed, interest rates, and interest accrued on each loan. Students will also find their loan servicer and servicer contact information on NSLDS. The loan servicer is there to answer any questions students may have regarding their loans and will work directly with the student when it comes to repayment.
StudentLoans.gov contains useful information regarding the student loan process, and is where students will go to complete the federally required Entrance and Exit Counseling as well as Master Promissory Notes for the unsubsidized Stafford and PLUS loans.
AAMC FIRST MedLoans Organizer and Calculator The MLOC was developed to assist medical students and residents with managing their education debt, providing a secure location to organize and track student loans while also displaying possible repayment plans and costs based on the borrower’s student loan debt. Premium access to the MLOC is free for currently enrolled medical students.
If you would like more information please stop by the Office of Student Affairs and ask for Mr. John Gracey, Director of Student Financial Services. Mr. Gracey is also available by phone (407) 266-1381 or email.