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The AAMC offers members access to a wide range of resources. Please sign in to access member-only resources and content.

Matriculating Student Resources for Financial Aid Officers

Resources include:

  • Education Debt Manager (EDM)
  • Money Management Presentation for the Class of 2023
  • MedLoans® Organizer and Calculator (MLOC)
  • AAMC Monthly Payment Estimator for Medical Students
  • Debt Fact Card
  • Loan Repayment Timeline
  • Entrance Counseling - Requirements and Recommendations for FAOs

Graduating Student Resources for Financial Aid Officers

Resources include:

  • Education Debt Manager (EDM)
  • Student Loans and Repayment Strategies Presentation
  • AAMC Monthly Payment Estimator for Medical Students
  • Loan Repayment Timeline
  • Exit Counseling - Requirements and Recommendations for FAOs

Presentations for Students and Residents

For all presentations, feel free to add or delete slides, but do not edit existing slides in any way. The slides are a copyright of the AAMC*.

  • Money Management Presentation for the Class of 2023 (Sign In Required)
    This presentation can be downloaded for use, or printed and provided as a supplement to entrance counseling or debt management sessions.
  • Student Loans and Repayment Strategies Presentation (Sign In Required)
    This presentation can be downloaded for use, or printed and provided as a supplement to exit counseling or presenting debt management sessions.
  • Presentation for Residents (Sign In Required)
    How to Manage Student Loans During Residency is a PowerPoint presentation prepared for Financial Aid Officers to present to residents. The presentation can be downloaded for use, or printed and provided to residents as a resource for managing their student loans.
  • The Education Debt Manager (EDM) is another valuable resource to provide to your resident audience.  Questions about the information provided can be emailed to first@aamc.org.

Other Financial Aid Topics for Students and Residents

  • All Things Credit (Sign In Required)
    This presentation covers topics including credit, credit scores, tips to improve one's credit, as well as a review of what to look for in credit reports and credit cards, and how to protect oneself from identity theft.

*All information is accurate and compliant with Federal Regulations to the best of our knowledge, but is subject to change based on federal legislation. This presentation is intended to provide general information and is not intended to fulfill or replace any federally mandated requirement. For a comprehensive list of counseling requirements, review IFAP .

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