The Dallas Area Campus of Ana G. Méndez University System represents a continuation of our commitment to provide access to higher quality education for Hispanic adult students.
College degrees are offered in bilingual studies with a methodology developed by the SUAGM, which was an originally adapted model successfully developed and implemented by Regis University in Denver, Colorado, a leader in accelerated adult education.
As part of its philosophy, Ana G. Mendez University Systems, abides by the principle of equal educational opportunities for their students on our three institutions: Universidad Del Este, Universidad Del Turabo, and Universidad Metropolitana.
With this guiding principle, the University obtains, receives, and administers a variety of financial aid funds in the form of grants, college work study and loans for students that have financial need and are eligible. The student aid funds are provided by Federal and State governments, the Institution, and from donations of the private sector.
Our Institution distributes these funds as efficiently as possible, benefitting a student with as many types of financial assistance programs as is eligible for to meet the costs of obtaining his academic goal.
The Financial Aid Portal of Ana G. Mendez University Systems provides the policies and procedures that guide us in the distribution of funds, according to the regulations that apply. It also gives the student instructions for applying to financial aid, including how to complete the Free Application for Financial Student Aid (FAFSA) required for access to any federal financial assistance. Other relevant norms, policies and regulations that students should be aware of are also included.
To learn more about available programs or if you need additional information, please contact your Financial Aid Office.