Financing Your Graduate Study

Claremont Graduate University’s seasoned staff can help you navigate the financial aid process. The staff makes every effort to provide accurate, efficient, and timely assistance with your financial aid.

To successfully apply for financial aid, it is important to explore the variety of options available to you. It is recommended that you complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at the same time you apply for admission to your academic program.

Students commonly finance their Claremont Graduate University education through one or more of the following options:

Applicants applying to the fall term who are awarded fellowships are not required to submit a nonrefundable tuition deposit prior to April 15 in accordance with the Council of Graduate Schools’ (CGS) resolution. Please refer to your offer of admission letter for your specific tuition deposit deadline.


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Kristal Gama

Director of Financial Aid

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Rosie Ruiz

Senior Financial Aid Counselor

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Jakeob Beron

Assistant Director of Financial Aid