At UCR, 86% of undergraduate students receive financial aid and 70% of those who receive aid have their full fees covered by grants and/or scholarships. UCR students who borrow federal loans graduate with an average student loan debt of $21,500 – just 1/5 of the actual total cost of tuition and housing.
Submit all of your requested 2018–19 academic year documents electronically. Learn more.
Sign up for summer quarter classes today! You need to be enrolled in a minimum of 8 units to qualify for financial aid. – go.ucr.edu/summer
All Summer Sessions fees need to be paid by June 15. You will be dropped from your summer classes if you miss this deadline. If you enroll after June 15, fees are due the day you enroll. summer.ucr.edu/fees.html
If you and/or parents filed taxes in 2016 but did not yet use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT), please do so immediately to avoid delays in receiving a financial aid offer. Click the image below to see a video explaining how to use the DRT.
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You don't need to fill out a separate application to qualify for the Blue and Gold Opportunity Plan. You will receive the benefits automatically if you meet the following eligibility requirements:
If you're eligible, your system-wide tuition and fees will be fully covered by scholarship or grant money. The plan combines all sources of scholarship and grant awards you receive (federal, state, UC and private) to go toward covering your tuition and fees. Students with greater financial need can qualify for even more grant support to help defray other educational expenses (like books, housing, transportation, etc.).