Based on the Public Order from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LACDPH), UCLA Housing must further restrict the number of students who can live on campus. Financial Aid and Scholarships office will be required to make cost of attendance adjustments and change awards for students who are no longer living on campus based on housing cancellations communicated to us by the Housing Office over the next several weeks. In order to make sure that awards are adjusted in time for fall disbursements on September 21, we will need to make assumptions about some students housing plans for the fall. If you receive an updated Financial Aid Notification and your housing status is incorrect, please submit a Housing Adjustment Form to our office at year earliest convenience. 

We understand the difficulties our campus community is dealing with and appreciate your patience as we work our way through this latest set of changes mandated to ensure the safety of our students

 

Current News and Happenings

  • Are you planning to change your housing status? Read through our Changes to your Housing Selection FAQ to answer some of your questions about how your Financial Aid may be impacted

  • Housing Adjustment Form: As of 9/18/20 we have processed approximately 5,400 housing revision requests via MyUCLA and 1100 are pending review. Average processing time as of the date of submission is 3-4 weeks. 

  • Need help navigating your Financial Aid Notification? To avoid any delays in disbursements, accept your FAN as soon as possible. View our FAN Tutorial Video for guidance. 

  • Middle Class Scholarship Update: MCS eligibility will be finalized mid-September. A new FAN will be issued via MyUCLA when your award is processed on your UCLA account. 

  • Can I make an appointment? You can set up a phone appointment with a Financial Aid Counselor by calling our office at 310-206-0400

  • Projected Income Appeals: If the Expected Family Contribution on your Student Aid Report is 0, submitting a projected year income appeal for students/parents will not further decrease your EFC. Given that zero is the lowest EFC number, you have been offered the maximum amount of Financial Aid available.  

  • Students can authorize third-party access to their financial aid information via MyUCLA under "Settings"

Manage Your Aid

Use MyUCLA to manage your financial aid information. MyUCLA provides access to the status of your financial aid file and required documentation, applications for summer aid and scholarship applications.




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