Financial Aid Forms
Below are forms you may need for the Financial Aid process. If you need to know which forms to submit you can find information in the SelfService portal or check your email for notifications.
How Do I Submit My Forms?
You may send us your forms in several different ways:
- Via Online Portal (Recommended)
- By Mail: Boston Architectural College
Financial Aid Office
320 Newbury Street
Boston, MA 02115
- By Fax: 617.585.0131
Only complete a verification form if you have been requested to do so. Please only complete the specific form(s) requested on your Missing Information email or instructed by the Financial Aid Office; your financial aid file cannot be processed until all requested form(s) are received.
Students who have an outstanding balance after financial aid do have options for financing and/or making payments. Listed below are instructions for payments and financing.
- Provided by private lenders
- Taken out in the student’s name
- Students without a credit history of about 2 years will need a qualified co-signer
- In most cases, international students will need a US co-signer
Detailed information, calculators, and comparison tools can be found online at elmselect.com
- Given by the Federal Government
- Students must have completed the FAFSA to qualify
- Graduate students can take the Graduate Plus Loan
- Dependent Undergraduate Students can have a parent take out a Parent Plus Loan
Detailed information and applications are available online at studentaid.gov (students and parent/s will need FSA log in)
Payments can be made online via Self-service by credit card or electronic check. To log in go to the Student Portal and click Self-Service.
Payment Plans are available for any amount of tuition due. To sign up go to https://payplan.officialpayments.com/ and click Enroll In A Plan.
If there is a change in circumstances or unusual circumstances, such as loss of job or large out of pocket medical bills contact the Financial Aid Office. A change in adjusted gross income of at least 20% or out of pocket medical bills of at least 11% may qualify students for an appeal.