It’s online, it’s free, and it’s easy to complete. FAFSA helps the Financial Aid Office to determine what financial assistance you’re eligible for—like grants, loans, work-study jobs and some scholarships. There’s no income cutoff to be eligible for some form of financial aid, so you never know how much you qualify for until you apply.
About UCI Financial Services. Financial Services provides support and resources to students in the areas of billing, collections, payments, disbursements, loan administration and student tax information. We deliver these services through our departments: Campus Billing and Collections, Payment Services and Accounting and Tax Reporting.
Take the first steps on your Anteater journey. Log into your UCI Applicant Portal to verify your information and ensure your checklist is complete. To log into your UCI Applicant Portal, you must activate your UCInetID. Your UCInetID is your key to many online services at UCI. Log into Your UCI Applicant Portal.
UC Irvine offers many scholarship opportunities for current undergraduate students through the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships' annual online scholarship application. Learn More About Applying For Scholarships. #1 Best Value Among Public Universities. 72% Receive Grants and Scholarships. 57% Pay No Tuition.
The California Student Aid Commission (CSAC) will send you an email acknowledgement after your California Dream Act Application has been received. If you do not receive an acknowledgement within 30 days, please contact CSAC Student Support Branch at (888) 224-7268.
Loan Counseling. The awarding process requires first-time borrowers of federal direct loans at UC Irvine to undergo an online loan entrance counseling session, formally accept offers through an online portal and sign a Master promissory note on behalf of each type of loan. Visit Federal Student Aid COVID-19 FAQs for updates due COVID-19.
Grants are awarded on the basis of financial need and do not have to be repaid. Sources of grant funds are from the federal government, the state government, and the University of California. How to Apply. To be considered for grants, you must complete your financial aid application and review the basic requirements to apply for aid.