Our Services

Financial Support

The OSL oversees the allocation of financial support to students via scholarships, grants, and financial aid. For complete information on financial support offered at AUE please refer to the below links:

Financial Aid Application Information

AUE students who are experiencing extreme financial difficulty and meet the eligibility requirements may apply for financial aid. Financial aid will be granted based on availability, demonstrated financial need, academic performance, and contribution to the AUE community. All qualifying applicants will be considered equally regardless of race, nationality, gender, religion or disability. 


Financial Support Terms and Conditions

  1. Eligibility
    • Must be enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program
    • New students must have a minimum high school average of 75%
    • Returning students must have a minimum 3.00 CGPA
  2. Preference will be given to returning students and according to completed number of credit hours and CGPA
  3. Past violations of the AUE Student Code of Conduct and Discipline may disqualify a student at the discretion of the Financial Aid Committee
  4. Incomplete or late applications will not be accepted or reviewed
  5. Financial aid is not guaranteed and is determined at the discretion of the Financial Aid Committee
  6. Financial aid is not available during the Summer Semester
  7. Renewal
    • Financial aid granted in the Fall Semester will be automatically renewed in the Spring Semester of the same academic year, based on the following conditions:
      • The student maintains a minimum 3.0 CGPA
      • The student has not violated the AUE Student Code of Conduct
    • Financial aid granted in the Spring Semester is not automatically renewed
    • All recipients must reapply for financial aid each Fall semester

Important: Any communication regarding your application, including the final decision on your application, will be sent to the student’s AUE email address. Failure to respond to email communication can result in the automatic cancellation of your application.

 

Important Dates

  • Fall Deadline: September 1
  • Spring Deadline: January 5

Exchange Program and Study Abroad

The OSL offers students a variety of educational and recreational trips in addition to study abroad opportunities. AUE students have traveled to Japan, Italy, Azerbaijan, the USA and many more. OSL announces these trips on the Student Portals and the University Social Media outlets. students who would like to propose and initiate trips or spend a semester abroad can do so by sending an email to [email protected].

Student Grievances

A grievance is defined as any incident or situation in which an enrolled AUE student perceives that one of his/her rights have been violated as outlined in the Policy on Student Rights and Responsibilities found here. This includes informal complaints, formal grievances, and appeals regarding perceived inadequate teaching and learning, inappropriate classroom conduct, discrimination, harassment, bullying arising between the student and his/her peers, instructors, or staff members.

An informal complaint involves academic or non-academic issue between a student and a member of faculty, staff, or student(s) for which a student pursues informal mediation and resolution directly with the party concerned.

A non-academic grievance is defined as any situation in which the student perceives his/her rights have been violated and wishes to pursue formal action against another student, faculty or staff member outside the context of a course on matters unrelated to teaching or learning by filing a grievance on the Student Portal.

An academic grievance is defined as any situation in which the student the student perceives that his/her rights have been violated in the context of a course in matters related to teaching and learning and wishes to pursue formal action against a faculty member by filing a filing a grievance on the Student Portal.

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