As you apply to the CSU, you're probably wondering how much your degree will cost and how you'll pay for your education. These resources will help answer these questions and more.
These tools will help you estimate and compare tuition, fees, housing, and other expenses.
Scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study: Learn about all your options for financial support here.
Find out of if you're among those students eligible for a waiver of the $55 fee to apply to the CSU.
Federal TEACH Grants and the Robert Noyce Scholarship Program are two important sources of aid for aspiring teachers and other educators.
This grant serves low-income and educationally disadvantaged students, many of whom are first-generation college students.
Vets and active-duty military can access a variety of resources through the state and the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Students who were once in foster care can get help paying for college through scholarships, grants, loans and work-study.
The California Dream Act Application (CADA) allows eligible students who are undocumented to apply for state financial aid to help pay for their education.