Our degree programs are eligible for federal and private student loans. Students should determine their eligibility for federal assistance by filling out a FAFSA form. USC’s school code is 001328.
If you have any questions, please contact USC’s financial aid office at financialaid.usc.edu.
We award over $500,000 in merit-based scholarships to our students each year. Students are encouraged to apply for these funds within their application. If you apply for a scholarship in your application, you will be considered by the scholarship committee upon admission.
VA or GI Bill Tuition Assistance
USC’s degree programs accept VA and GI Bill tuition assistance. Payment can be coordinated through USC’s Veterans Resource Center at vrc.usc.edu.
Tuition reimbursement is a benefit that many organizations offer their employees. Generally, the coursework the employee pursues must focus on a job-related topic or support his or her skills and career path within the organization. Reimbursement may be provided up to a certain amount annually, or even cover your entire education.
If you’re interested in pursuing tuition reimbursement, your first step should be to find out if your employer has an existing policy in place. If so, you can then determine your eligibility and follow your employer’s required steps for benefit approval.