Amberton University's philosophy is to provide an affordable, quality education with reasonable costs enabling students to "pay as they go" and not incur long-term debt. In keeping with this philosophy, all tuition and fees are due and payable at the time of enrollment. However, for students with acceptable credit, the University offers the following convenient payment options.
Payments can be submitted to the University in the form of cash, checks, money orders, cashier's checks, and credit cards (VISA, MasterCard, and Discover Card). Payments can be mailed, presented at the Student Services Offices in Garland and Frisco, and faxed. Credit/debit card payments can also be made online through the Student Portal.
Students who can prove financial integrity to the satisfaction of the University may request to defer their educational costs when enrolling. To apply for the payment deferral program, complete the Payment Deferral Application/Agreement found on the University's web site under "Current Students - Forms & Publications - Student Financial Forms." Return the form by fax or mail along with the Registration Information Form to complete the enrollment process.
Employer Tuition Assistance
Many employers provide tuition assistance for their employees. Students should explore their options by contacting their employer's Human Resources Benefits Department.
Amberton University is approved to administer the Veteran's Education Benefits Program. Contact a Student Advisor for more information.
Title IV Federal Funding
Amberton University is certified under Title IV to participate in the Pell Grant program for all undergraduate degree programs.
Amberton University is certified under Title IV to participate in the William D. Ford Direct Loan Program for all undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
For more information on Federal funding and eligibility, please complete the FAFSA, on the Federal Student Aid website, speak to a Student Advisor at (972) 279-6511 option # 4, or email FinAid@Amberton.edu. Information is also available in the University's Financial Aid Handbook.
Private Student Loans
While the University participates in Federal educational loan programs, we realize that unforeseen financial circumstances occur that may temporarily disrupt students’ Federal educational benefits. For this reason, Amberton University has agreement(s) with loan providers who offer private loans for educational expenses. These loans are not federally-funded and are designed to assist approved students with payment of tuition, fees, and textbooks. They are not designed to provide income for day-to-day living expenses normally covered by the working adult’s employment income. For more information on loan programs currently available, see the provider(s) listed below:
Sallie Mae® Smart Option Student Loan®
The Sallie Mae® Smart Option Student Loan® is a private, credit-based, school-certified student loan for student borrowers enrolled at least half time. With this loan, qualified students may be eligible to borrow up to the full cost of their education as certified by the University. For information about the application process visit Sallie Mae® (http://www.salliemae.com).
Discover Student Loans
Discover Student loans are private, credit-based, and school-certified educational loans for undergraduate and graduate students. For more information, please visit https://www.discover.com/student-loans/.
Students applying for a private education loan must complete the Amberton University Private Education Loan Worksheet and return it to the University prior to applying for the loan. The worksheet may be found on the University’s website under “Forms & Publications.”
SLM Corporation and its subsidiaries are not sponsored by or agencies of the United States of America. Sallie Mae® is a registered service mark of Sallie Mae, Inc.