Financial Aid Links

Links

•   Free Application for Federal Student Aid www.fafsa.gov FAFSA
•   To access Cal Grant information:
    www.csac.ca.gov
Cal Grant
•   To access information available from the Department of Education:
    www.ed.gov
Department of Education
•   To obtain records of your loan history available on the National Student Loan   Database:
    www.nslds.ed.gov
National Student Loan Database
•   To obtain information available for current and prospective University of California students:
    www.ucop.edu/pathways/finaid
University of California
•   Selective Service Requirements Selective Service Requirements

On-Campus Offices

 

  • Graduate Support
    Financial Support Information for Graduate Students: graduate fellowships, grants, Teaching & Research Assistantships and Extramural Fellowships.

  • Student Loan Services
    See for information on: Debt Management Session, Loan Disbursement, Short-Term Loan and Exit Interview.

  • Student Accounts
    UCLA Student Accounts oversees billing and collections for all student and various non-student accounts for the campus. Student Accounts is responsible for billing and collection for all student registration fees and campus charges including UCLA Housing and Transportation fees. They are also responsible for the processing of financial aid refunds and the management of 1098T tax reporting.
  • Scholarship Resource Center
    See for information on how search effectively and apply for scholarships.

  • Student Affairs
    Financial Aid and Scholarships is a department of Student Affairs. Student Affairs ensures that all organizational programs, services and opportunities contribute to the UCLA campus goal of improving time-to-degree and quarterly units completed for all students.
  • UCLA Career Center
    See for information on: Career Counseling, Workshops, Job Search.

  • Undergraduate Admission
    See for information for newly admitted undergraduate students and BruinLink for parents.

  • Bruin Resource Center
    Bruin Resource Center (BRC) supports students' development, well-being and academic success by providing resources, services and learning opportunities. The BRC serves all UCLA students, with a particular focus on current and former foster youth, students with dependents, student veterans, transfer students and undocumented students.
    FATV provides quick video answers to common financial aid questions. Click on the image below to go to the full video library.