Financial Aid for Graduate Students at USD
One of University of San Diego’s highest priorities is to ensure that sufficient tuition and financial aid support is available to all eligible students. The first step in applying for aid is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). In order to begin your application you will need to create an FSA ID, which is a username and password that has replaced the Federal Student Aid PIN. READ: How to create your FSA ID (pdf).
Please note: USD’s Undergraduate/Graduate FAFSA School Code is 010395.
Additional Financial Aid Information
University of San Diego’s Office of Financial Aid has created a very helpful website to assist graduate students through the financial aid process. The website includes a number of instruction guides, links to resources, and answers to frequently asked questions.
Interest-Free Payment Plans
USD offers a monthly payment plan for students. To sign up for the monthly payment plan, you will need to log in to your MySanDiego portal account and click on the My Student Account menu option under the Torero Hub Tab. Tuition and fees must already be billed for you to enroll online. A $50 processing fee must be paid when signing up for each semester. The processing fee is charged per semester and is nonrefundable. Additional information regarding the payment plans is available at the One Stop Student Center, located in UC-126 or at (619) 260-2700 and at www.sandiego.edu/sfs/student_accounts/.