Financial aid may be available in the form of grants, subsidized loans, and/or unsubsidized loans, depending on the amount of your eligible financial aid that you have already used in the current academic year. Students must enroll in at least 8 quarter units (or 6 semester credits) to be eligible for financial aid during the summer session. If you are a current CSUSB student, schedule an appointment with a Financial Aid Advisor, UH-152, to complete the financial aid application.
For a limited time, CSUSB President Morales is offering students a $500 scholarship for participation in any CSUSB study abroad program. In addition, CSUSB students can apply for CGM early bird discounts (first few students) and CSUSB general scholarships from Jan. 1 - March 2 annually through their MyCoyote. Below, is a list of potential scholarships available outside of the university for study abroad.
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