Financial Aid at UCLA is provided to graduate students in the form of grants, fellowships, traineeships, teaching assistantships, and graduate student researcher appointments. Support based solely on need is also provided, in the form of work-study and loans, through the Financial Aid Office.
The Financial Aid Office administers financial support based on need to domestic, full-time students.
To apply for financial aid, submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the FAFSA Renewal Application by March 2. Completion of the FAFSA or the FAFSA Renewal Application is required for all financial aid programs.
For information on funding graduate study at UCLA may be found on the Graduate Division Web site and the Financial Aid Office Web site. Current fee information may be accessed online at the Registrar's Office Web site.
Additionally, partner agencies provide stipend funding for fieldwork in the specific areas of public child welfare, veterans affairs, mental health, and gerontological social work.