Federal Student Aid

As an accredited institution, ACHS offers many funding options including the following federal financial aid programs to qualifying students enrolled in an eligible program:

Eligible Programs:

  • Diploma in Aromatherapy
  • Diploma in Holistic Health Practice
  • Associate of Applied Science in Complementary Alternative Medicine
  • Master of Science in Complementary Alternative Medicine

ACHS's financial aid office calculates a student's financial aid award based on his or her eligibility and the cost of attendance. ACHS's cost of attendance information for eligible programs, including direct and indirect costs, can be downloaded using the following links:

Borrow responsibly! Borrowing responsibly includes borrowing only what you need to pay your education expenses AND what you can realistically afford to repay when you leave school. In order to minimize your student loan debt, ACHS strongly encourages all students to borrow only as much as they need to cover course tuition and materials.

Qualifying students may also be eligible to take advantage of Loan Deferment & Tax Credits.

Estimate your Financial Aid Package

Even before you begin the financial aid process, you can start to estimate our financial aid package and plan for estimated monthly payments upon graduation using tools provided by the U.S. Department of Education. ACHS wants to help you borrow responsibly, and these calculators are a great place to start!

When your application has been processed, you'll receive an official financial aid award letter that details your award package for review prior to starting studies. 

Step 1: Determine the projected maximum cost for your program by clicking HERE.

Step 2: Determine your maximum loan eligibility per academic year (two semesters) by reviewing the federal Graduate and Undergraduate limits HERE.

Step 3: Estimate your monthly payments and repayment period under various repayment plans by using the repayment calculator found HERE.

Please note that these resources are provided as a tool for you to estimate your financial aid award package. Final awards are availale following completion of the FAFSA and submission of all required application and verification documents.