In order to receive Financial Aid at CSUMB, a student must meet all of the following requirements:
AB540 students are eligible to receive state funds under SB 131. Students who are interested in being considered for state funding must meet the criteria listed above with the exception of Citizenship and Social Security Number requirements. For more information on the Dream Act, please visit the California Student Aid Commission Website.
Students interested in studying abroad should visit CSUMB's International Office for information on CSUMB's Study Abroad programs and important information.
Most federal financial aid programs are available for study abroad programs for which units are accepted for transfer to your CSUMB academic record.
All students who wish to receive financial aid for enrollment in any study abroad program are required to meet with a financial aid counselor to discuss the types of financial aid available to you based on the study abroad program in which you plan to enroll.
If you are unsure about any of the items above, please contact the Financial Aid Office at CSUMB for assistance.