Financial Aid

UCHA  administers a comprehensive student financial aid program to assist students in meeting college costs. The amount of financial aid awarded varies from student to student, depending on the individual’s need and resources. Financial Aid is intended to help students who might not otherwise be able to attend college. Although the primary responsibility for meeting college costs rests with the student and their family, the college recognizes that many families have limited resources and cannot meet the cost of a college education. Federal and state financial aid programs have been established to assist students with documented financial needs.

Awards are initially offered based on full-time enrollment. The number of units in which students actually enroll may impact the various programs' financial aid.

We know cost is an important factor in your education decision. That's why Universal College of Healing Arts works hard to keep our tuition competitively priced. Making sense of financial aid is not difficult once you understand it. The first step is filing a FAFSA form. Remember to add UCHA's School Code to your FAFSA: 038214-00

Types of Finacial Support Programs

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How to Complete the FASFA

While the process of applying for federal student aid may feel overwhelming, recent updates to the FAFSA have made it simpler and more streamlined.

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Financial Aid Programs

Education Quest Foundation is a nonprofit organization with a mission to improve access to higher education in Nebraska.  EducationQuest provides free college planning services, need-based scholarship programs, college access grants for high schools, college access resources for middle schools, and community agencies' outreach services. 

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We're excited you're considering UCHA!

UCHA offers a Diploma Program preparing the student for application for licensure as a Massage Therapist, Hellerwork SI, and an Associate Degree Program, improving employment opportunities within the community.

Make a List of Schools

Students will need to share their FAFSA with schools they are interested in applying to. For this reason, students should make a list of schools they are potentially interested in before they even begin filling out the form. 

As part of completing their application, students will be able to look up the federal school codes of colleges and universities they are interested in sending their information to.

Making a list of target schools is a good way for students to inspire and motivate themselves to complete the FAFSA


Consumer Info, Security and Safety Reports

The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA) requires that postsecondary institutions participating in Federal student aid programs make certain disclosures to enrolled and prospective students, parents, employees, and the public through its Consumer Information page.

Also required and made available, is the Universal College of Healing Art's (UCHA) campus security and fire safety report.