Cost of Attendance and Financial Aid
Graduate Financial Aid
The University of New Haven participates in the federal financial aid program and is committed to assisting our graduate students in the financing of their education by offering a comprehensive financial aid program. The financial aid that is offered generally consists of student loans.
The staff is committed to making the entire financial aid process understandable and user friendly. Our Financial Aid staff is readily available to answer questions and assist you.
Who is eligible to apply?
In order to be eligible to receive financial aid at the University of New Haven, students must have been officially accepted and matriculated for admission and be enrolled in a degree program. Students whose admission/matriculation status is “in process” or who are enrolled in a personal enrichment program are not eligible. Students must also be enrolled on at least a half-time basis. For the 2016-17 academic year half-time is defined as enrollment in a minimum of 3 credits per term. Current students must be in good academic standing and those students who are prior aid recipients must be making satisfactory academic progress.
How to Apply
For Graduate students seeking aid for the 2016-2017 academic year, please submit only the following documentation:
- 2016-2017 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)- The FAFSA is required of all applicants for financial aid and must be completed online at www.fafsa.gov
- Once you have completed your financial aid application and it is reviewed, additional forms and documents may be requested. If you will receive financial assistance or scholarships from an outside source (including employer tuition reimbursement) for the academic year, you must declare this information to the Financial Aid Office. Financial aid applications must be completed and loan applications certified prior to the last day of the term for which you are seeking aid.