VMCAS 2016 - Fee Reimbursement Program
About the Program:
The VMCAS 2016 Fee Reimbursement Program is sponsored by the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges (AAVMC). A
limited number of fee reimbursements are available through this program. Reimbursements are granted to financially disadvantaged applicants on a first-come, first-serve basis, beginning with the Launch of the VMCAS 2016 application cycle (May 13, 2015) and will close once the allotted funds are exhausted.
AAVMC will review your submission to determine if you qualify for a reimbursement based on your income, or your parent's income if you are claimed as a dependent, as reported on the most recent Federal Income Tax Return. No other documentation is accepted.
Your fee reimbursement request
must be received and processed AFTER you e-submit your VMCAS application. If granted, you will receive a refund equivalent to the "one school" fee ($195). If you choose to apply to more than one VMCAS school, you will be responsible for an incremental fee of $100 for each additional designation. This reimbursement program applied to the VMCAS application fee only. You are still responsible for supplemental application fees, regardless of your VMCAS reimbursement program status.
To be considered for a VMCAS Reimbursement, you must:
- Be a U.S. Citizen, U.S. Permanent Resident, or have refugee/asylum status.
- You must have submitted your VMCAS 2016 Application.
- Submit this VMCAS Fee Reimbursement Program Request Form.
- Upload a copy of your 2014 Federal Income Tax Return. (Submit your parent's tax return if you can be claimed a dependent).
- Do NOT send any documents by any other method but the submission program.
Do not email us your forms. They must be submitted online using the following form:
Note: Any deviation from the above requirements
result in disqualification!
The Fee Reimbursement Program award approval is tied directly to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' poverty level guidelines. In 2015, you will be granted fee assistance if each household reported on your application has a 2014 total family income that is 300 percent (300%) or less than the 2014 national poverty level for that family size. For more information and for guidelines in Hawaii and Alaska, please visit: