Student Consumer Disclosures

As mandated by Federal regulations set forth by the Higher Education Act of 1965 and amended in 2008, educational institutions participating in federal student aid programs are required to disclose specific consumer information for enrolled and prospective students, parents, current and prospective staff, faculty, and the public.

Institutional Financial Aid
US. Loans
US Federal Loans

Satisfactory Academic Progress for Title IV eligibility and SAP Appeals

Students Rights and Responsibilities

Degree and Certificate Programs


*Master of Education in Teaching and Learning is not approved for federal loans programs
*MIM/CEMS is also not approved for federal loans programs

Undergraduate Students
Graduate Students

Student Disability Services

Refund Policy
Return of Title IV Funds

Study Abroad Policy



Data Governance Policy


The AUC is committed to ensuring that no false, incorrect, misleading statement is made directly or indirectly to a student, any member of the public, an accrediting agency, or the US Department of Education. It has policies and procedures in place to ensure it does not misrepresent the nature of its educational programs in the dissemination of a student endorsement or testimonial. In addition, it ensures it does not misrepresent the nature of its financial charges.

Contact Information

Office of Federal Financial Aid

Ania Rejman
Associate Director, Federal Financial Aid - New York

Magda Fayek
Senior Director, Federal Loans

Dr. Hamza AlKholi Information Center
Second floor - Room 77
t+: 2.02.2615.4741