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Financial aid requirements for Summer 2022 are due by April 22, 2022.
View the Graduate Student Financial Aid Page for a variety of resources.
If you have questions throughout the process, please contact the USD Office of Financial Aid to speak with a financial aid counselor at (619) 260-2700 (option 4) or by sending an email to email@example.com. Be certain to include your USD Student ID and indicate that you are an online graduate student.
Follow the steps below to complete the financial aid process:
*If you are enrolled in the online Master of Theological Studies in Franciscan Theology (MTS-FT) program, you will use the FST FAFSA School Code G11792.
Important Items to Note
If you are planning to use VA benefits for funding, it is your responsibility to initiate the certification process. Start the process by requesting your Certificate of Eligibility (COE) from the VA office.
After being registered for your courses and receiving your COE, please follow the steps* on the “Request to Certify” page for details on how to get your benefits certified.
*If you are enrolled in the online Master of Theological Studies in Franciscan Theology (MTS-FT) program, contact the FST Admissions email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. FST students should not contact the USD Military and Veterans Program Office since benefits are certified separately.
As a reminder, students need to submit their request to certify for each term that they are enrolled at the University of San Diego.
If you have additional questions about your benefits certification, contact the Military and Veterans Program Office at (619) 260-7483 or email@example.com. Online MTS-FT students should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students who wish to pay out of pocket may either pay their account in full by the first day of the semester or set up an official payment plan by following these steps:
The payment plan must be set up by the first day of the semester. There is a $50 contract/setup fee for each semester a payment plan is used.
Payment in full by the first day of the semester can also be made in the “My Online Student Account” channel with a checking or savings account.
Please note: USD does not accept Credit or Debit cards.
If you have any questions about paying out of pocket, please contact One Stop by phone at (619) 260-2700 or by email at email@example.com.
Students utilizing third-party payment are still responsible for making sure payment is made in full by the first day of class. Accounts with balances after the official payment due date may be subject to course cancellations or holds during the semester; holds can prevent upcoming registration, graduation, or obtaining transcripts. If a third party will be paying for some or all of your tuition, the third party has a couple of options to take.
Checks can be mailed to the following address:
To assist with this process, your Program Coordinator can assist with the process by preparing an itemized statement, providing a degree plan, and/or preparing a letter for your company. Examples of third-party payers include your employer or a scholarship organization.
Students that need an itemized statement of courses for a given term can submit the Itemized Statement Request form.