Students attending AMP have multiple options for securing financing to attend our programs:
Adams County National Bank (ACNB):
Students living in Adams County, PA and the surrounding counties – including the northern central counties of MD – can apply for the “Student Line of Credit” available through ACNB. This student line of credit is based on the credit score of the signer or co-signer, and offers a competitive interest rate. Students can borrow an amount to cover the cost of all tuition, equipment and living expenses. Students can apply for this line of credit by clicking below.Learn More
Members' 1st Federal Credit Union:
Students of AMP who need assistance with paying tuition may consider applying for the Members 1st VISA Credit Card. The VISA Platinum Low Rate Card offers no frills, just a low rate, perfect for students who may need to carry a balance. There’s also an ongoing VISA Balance Transfer promotion with a low 0% interest rate for 12 full months on balance transfers. Restrictions and other conditions may apply. A membership share savings account is required, but is free to open. To learn more or to apply, students may call (717) 521-0018, ext. 7or click on the Learn More Button below to be linked directly with a Financial Concierge who will help assist you and walk you through the process and other applicable options. Members 1st Federal Credit Union does business in accordance with Federal Fair Housing Law and Equal Credit Opportunity Act. Members 1st Federal Credit Union is federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration.Learn More
AMP Internal Financial Plan:
For those who either cannot get approved for a bank loan, or have the funds to pay a program's tuition directly, AMP offers an internal financial plan designed to fit most budgets.
For more information about these and other programs, please contact our offices at
Veterans Affairs GI Bill & Voc-Rehab – Military
AMP is a VA approved program. Military benefits from the GI Bill and Voc-Rehab can be used toward tuition.
AMP’s housing assistance helps students acquire suitable housing and roommates while attending the school. AMP provides students with publications and private listings of apartments in the local area. In addition, our housing list provides other students with important information to help make solid roommate choices. Students are also encouraged to use online housing listings, including www.craigslist.org