Financial Aid and the Application Process
If you will be receiving financial aid, you still must submit your non-refundable initial $375 payment with your signed and completed License Agreement documents. See Financial Aid & Scholarships for more information. Students should keep in mind that financial aid disbursements are not made until just before classes begin. If you are waiting for the disbursement of student loan funds, you are responsible for making all payments due until those funds become available. Complete your loan process early.
If you are a new first-time-freshmen or transfer student and a California resident, from a family with low income, and you have applied for financial aid, the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships will notify you via your AidLink account if you are eligible to postpone the initial payment. Log on to AidLink to check your financial aid status. All questions regarding postponement eligibility should be directed to the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships.
See Rates & Payments for information on pricing.