Funding your medical education begins with completing the FAFSA. This core document is required for both AMS need-based and federal loan applications. For the 2023-2024 application cycle, you can complete the FAFSA online.
A helpful guide to completing the FAFSA document has been provided for your convenience.
You will need your FSA ID Username/Email and Password to log in. For questions with logging into your FSA account, please visit the federal student aid website.
The Warren Alpert Medical School FAFSA Code is E00059.
Please complete the Student Education and Independent Student sections, as follows, to prompt the parent section for AMS need-based aid applications.
Who is my FAFSA Parent? The parent who will be signing the FAFSA form. The FAFSA defines marital status for your first parent and other parent below:
- never married: enter parent who provided most support
- unmarried and both legal parents live together: enter both parents
- married or remarried: enter both parents in household
- divorced or separated: enter parent who provided most support
- widowed: enter parent
Please use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) to transfer information from the IRS to your FAFSA. Note: The information will not display on your FAFSA. For your protection, the answer to each question is replaced with "Transferred from the IRS." The IRS DRT allows you to securely transfer original IRS tax return information, but not Form 1040X amended tax return information.