As a UHSA student, we are committed to your future, and you can count on our counselors to always be of assistance, from the initial application stage until your residency.

Financial Planning

Once accepted to UHSA, students requiring financial aid must contact the financial aid office in order to discuss and build a financial plan. Our counselors are available to guide you during the financial aid application and create a financial plan in order for you to know how much money you will need during your medical education. This process will also include strategies for budgeting, debt management, and maintaining financial health.

UHSA Student Loan Program

The University of Health Sciences Antigua is excited to announce that both medical and nursing students are eligible for UHSA’s student loan program. The insured credit-based loan program is only available to U.S. students. The program covers tuition, housing, and expenses throughout the entire medical program. Repayment is deferred until after graduation. As an accepted student, the application link will be provided and you will be advised accordingly. Download the UHSA Student Loan Program information sheet (pdf)

Students Requiring Financial Aid

Obtain a copy of your credit report. A free credit report can be requested by visiting www.myfico.com. Please note that a credit report FICO score of at least 650 is required otherwise a cosigner will be necessary.

Before starting the loan application, be sure to have your:

  • Social Security Number
  • Enrollment Period
  • Requested Loan Amount
  • Two Personal References

Cosigner

If you are cosigning this application, be sure to have your:
  • Social Security Number
  • One Personal Reference
  • Requested Loan Amount
  • Employment Information (if applicable)

After you are accepted to UHSA

  1. Submit your Seat Deposit. Please note that your seat deposit must be received prior to contacting Financial Aid.
  2. One Personal Reference
  3. Email financialaid@uhsa.edu.ag to contact the financial aid department and begin the financial aid process.
  4. Once a financial aid counselor guides you through the loan process and creates a financial plan, your next step is to begin the student loan application.
We are happy to answer any questions you have regarding the loan program.