Scholarships are merit-based, need-based, and non-need based monetary awards that may range from paying a portion of your tuition to fully funding the costs associated with your college education. Scholarships do not need to be repaid. Additional information about scholarships offered by UCLA and private agencies can be located under Scholarships.
Federal Work-Study (FWS) is a federally funded program for students who demonstrate financial need. Work-Study funds are limited and offered to eligible students based on financial need and on-time application status.
Additional information about Work-Study can be located under Work-Study and Jobs.
Loans are a type of financial assistance that enable students and parents to borrow money from the federal government, state government, or private lenders. It is important for students and parents to be well informed of the terms and conditions of loans prior to borrowing.