Frequently Asked Questions

The FAFSA typically becomes available each year on October 1 of each year preceding the school year and can be completed online at . Student loan applications will not be processed until an applicant is admitted into Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine. Once the FAFSA is available, students should complete it as soon as possible.

Yes, you must re-file your FAFSA for every academic year in which you wish to apply for federal student loans.

Yes! Every Campbell Medicine student participates in our Financial Aid and Debt Management Counseling series throughout your time here. We’re also available for any individual questions or concerns you may have whether you are looking to attend, an active student, or graduated!

The first step in the federal aid process is to file your FAFSA. Ensure Campbell’s school code (002913) is included for us to receive your application. Your FAFSA will be sent to Campbell and evaluated for your financial aid eligibility. Once a financial aid package is offered, an e-mail notification will be sent to your Campbell e-mail address. 

Yes. Financial aid packages include cost of living estimates for our students. Campbell’s estimated cost of attendance is updated annually based on reasonable living expenses. Remember though, only borrow what you need!

No, you do not have to borrow the maximum loan amount offered! Students can borrow as much or as little from the financial aid offered. 

A student’s application for admission serves as their application for Campbell Medicine’s merit scholarships. Those selected for scholarship consideration will be asked to submit an essay to the Admissions committee.

Yes, outside scholarships are available. If a student receives a scholarship from an outside organization, simply contact Student Financial Services for instructions. We’ll help guide you through the process to get your funds applied to your account.