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Financial Aid

Higher education is an investment in your future. At Cal U, we understand that making that investment isn't always easy. More than nine out of 10 Cal U students receive some form of financial aid to help pay their college expenses.

Whether you are considering Cal U or already have enrolled, the Office of Financial Aid is here to assist you and your family. Together we can assemble a financial aid package that works for you.

FOR CURRENT STUDENTS

As a Cal U student, you have a lot to think about, including your financial aid options. The Office of Financial Aid can direct you to grants, loans, scholarships and work study program opportunities, so you can stay focused on your studies

American Opportunity Tax Credit

Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy and Forms

FOR PROSPECTIVE UNDERGRADUATES

If you want to earn your college degree at Cal U, the Office of Financial Aid can help. Our counselors can direct you and your family to many types of financial assistance, including grants, loans, scholarships and other opportunities that can help you meet your college expenses.

FOR PROSPECTIVE GRADUATE STUDENTS

You know what you want to achieve, but you may not be sure you can afford an advanced degree. Cal U's Office of Financial Aid will point the way to various types of financial assistance. We will help you assemble a financial aid package that meets your particular needs.

FOR PROSPECTIVE GLOBAL ONLINE STUDENTS

Considering online learning? Both graduate and undergraduate students in the Cal U Global Online program are considered for financial aid based on the same guidelines that apply to on-campus students. The Office of Financial Aid is ready to assist students who are completing their studies 100% online.