Your online EVMS Financial Aid application provides key information to us for the awarding process. All applications are online via our EVMS mySIS system, which will normally be available for the next academic year no later than the third week of February each year.
Since your application is specific for your program (MD, Physician Assistant, Surgical Assisting, etc.), you will not be able to access the system until you receive login credentials to the student portal from the Network Information Center (NIC). New students will receive login credentials from the NIC once they confirm or accept their offer of admission. Once you have credentials from the system, you may enter EVMS Online Financial Aid System. You can find the link on myPortal; It is not available on the public site.
Once in the EVMS portal:
• Click on mySIS
• Log into the mySIS
• Click on Document Center under My Documents
We must have your social security number in order to create your financial aid record. You may provide that by completing your FAFSA and including our Title IV Code 010338.
Once we receive your FAFSA results, your financial aid record will automatically be created.
If you are not using federal loans and wish to be considered for merit-based aid, you may provide your social security number and other needed information to EVMS Financial Aid and your online system will be available once your financial aid record has been established.
You already have access to the EVMS mySIS for the current academic year. You will be notified when the online system is opened for the upcoming academic year.
Educational plans for Health Professions programs
Students enrolled in any per-credit-hour health professions program (Biomedical Sciences Research master's program, Biotechnology master's program, Master of Public Health program) must file an educational plan for the academic year. The initial plan (including delivery mode) is filed as part of the online application process. We understand that this is early in the enrollment process and plans sometimes change. When that happens, a revised educational plan must be filed in paper form with EVMS Financial Aid.
Use the revised educational plan to advise Financial Aid of changes in your planned enrollment and delivery mode of class (i.e., in the classroom, distance, or a hybrid) for the academic year. Students must update this form throughout the academic year based on any changes to courses, including the method of delivery.
Note: Failure to notify Financial Aid of changes before the beginning of the term may result in delaying the release of funds to Financial Services. Ultimately excess funds to the student will be delayed.
Contact EVMS Financial Aid.