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Summer Financial Aid Applications are open now on MyUCLA > Finances and Jobs > Summer Financial Aid Application
2021 Summer Financial Aid Calculator: Estimate your financial aid award for summer sessions. (You must be signed in to myUCLA in order to access the link). Note: You will not be able to use the calculator if you have not yet completed your 2021/2022 Financial Aid application. Learn more about summer financial aid here.
We no longer have funding available under the Federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. However, we have University funding available to assist students with COVID-related expenses. The University funding is based on financial need. If you do not meet this criteria, please review our Budget Increase Request that outlines potential expenses to increase your financial need.
COVID Support Appeal Form: If you have insufficient resources to cover your COVID-19 related expenses, the COVID Support Appeal Form is available.
The UC and UCLA are still waiting on guidance on the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (HEERF II) signed into law on December 27, 2020. We will post additional information on our home page as more information becomes available to us. Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Reporting: Cares Act expenditure information can be accessed here.
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"
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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