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Summer Students

Santa Clara University Students

Santa Clara University Scholarships and Grants

Santa Clara University Scholarships and Grants are not available for the summer quarter.

Federal and State Grants

You may be eligible for a Federal Pell Grant and/or Cal Grant for the summer quarter. You will need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine eligibility.

  • Santa Clara University FAFSA School Code is 001326
Federal Perkins Loans

You may be eligible for a Federal Perkins Loan for the summer quarter, if you did not receive your entire annual limit during the prior academic year. You must be enrolled at least half-time and have federal need over the course of the summer quarter to be eligible.

You (and your parent) will need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine eligibility.

  • Santa Clara University FAFSA School Code is 001326
Federal Direct Loans

You may be eligible for a Federal Direct Loan for the summer quarter, if you did not receive your entire annual limit during the prior academic year. You must be enrolled at least half-time over the course of the summer quarter to be eligible.

You and your parent may consider a Federal Direct PLUS Loan to help with your summer quarter costs.

You (and your parent) will need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine eligibility.

  • Santa Clara University FAFSA School Code is 001326
Private Educational Loans

You may consider a private educational loan to help with your summer quarter costs. Eligibility is based on your credit and/or co-borrowers credit, as determined by the lender and your enrollment status.

Non Santa Clara University Students

Santa Clara University Scholarship and Grants

If you are enrolled as a degree seeking student at another college and are taking summer classes at Santa Clara University, you are not eligible for any Santa Clara University scholarships and grants.

Federal and State Aid Programs

Financial Aid may be available through your college. A consortium agreement may be required to receive financial aid from your college. You will need to contact your college with any questions or concerns regarding a consortium agreement.

Private Educational Loans

You may consider a private educational loan to help with your summer quarter costs. Eligibility is based on your credit and/or co-borrowers credit, as determined by the lender and your enrollment status.