The following links are provided to assist prospective and enrolled students, parents and employees with consumer information regarding financial assistance.
The Financial Aid Office provides education, guidance and support to individuals and families in the financial aid process.
Financial Aid Office
500 El Camino Real
Santa Clara, CA 95053
Financial Aid helps narrow the gap between your financial resources and your costs. Financial Aid is available from the federal government, state government, private sources as well as Santa Clara University.
- Cost of Attendance
- Net Price Calculator
- Undergraduate Scholarships
- Student Employment
- 529 Plan
You may apply for federal and state programs by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). For first-year undergraduates (non-transfer students) you may be considered for Santa Clara University grants by competing a secondary application, the CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE.
NOTE: First-year undergraduates (non-transfer students) interested in only merit-based aid consideration, the CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE is not required.
NOTE: Graduate students, the Financial Aid Office does not administer departmental aid. You will need to contact your appropriate graduate school for information about these types of awards.
Student Loan Information
HEA-Required Disclosure: Santa Clara University does not participate in a preferred lender program.