Getting the Money You Need for School

Getting the Money You Need for School

Financial aid to help you pay for your education is available from a variety of sources, such as Federal Direct loans, private banks or lenders, private scholarship funds, and some employer assistance programs. We encourage you to research all of your financing options so that you can determine which will work best for your individual needs.

For more assistance, please contact the University of San Francisco Office of Student Financial Aid.

Office of Student Financial Aid
Naomi Follett
Associate Director
Financial Aid Online Programs
415-422-4531
For questions related to the processing of your financial aid, please email us at: onlinefinaid@usfca.edu
University of San Francisco School Code: 001325

Types of Educational Loans

You may be eligible to receive Federal Student Loans to help pay for your education.

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Applying for Financial Aid

Learn each step you will need to take to get money for school.

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Financial Aid Repayment

Student loans must be repaid. Learn more about the repayment policy and what to expect when you finish school.

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Eligibility

Are you eligible for Federal Financial Aid? Explore the requirements here.

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Disbursement

Knowing when financial aid disbursement occurs is essential information in planning for your advanced education.

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Financial Aid Resources

Below is a list of important online resources that can help you get more information and explore your financial aid options.

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