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Financial Aid

Funding, Tuition, Fellowships & Financial Aid - Ph.D. Program

Tuition

UCLA Students are required to pay tuition prior to beginning each term. Tuition is assessed by the Regents of the University of California and is subject to change prior to the beginning of each term. Please refer to the website of the Office of the Registrar.

Graduate Division Fellowships

The UCLA Graduate Division offers several types of need/merit based support. These fellowships are described in the financial support section on www.gdnet.ucla.edu. Please see the listing below.

Graduate Dean's Scholar Award: This Fellowship provides a tuition paying award plus a $21,000 stipend a year for two years to an outstanding applicant in the entering class.

Eugene Cota Robles Fellowship: This Fellowship provides a tuition paying award plus a $21,000 stipend a year for four years to students who are socioeconomic disadvantaged. If necessary, nonresident supplemental tuition for the first year only.

Special Fellowships: Various special fellowships are described on www.gdnet.ucla.edu. Applicants from across the campus compete for these awards.

Announcement - Award of a T32 Fellowship Grant:

T32 Predoctoral Application (Word Document)
T32 Postdoctoral Application (Word Document)

The UCLA School of Nursing has been awarded another five-year Ruth L. Kirschstein Institutional Research Training Grants (T32) predoctoral and postdoctoral positions in Health Disparities Research in Vulnerable Populations. The focus of this training program (T32 NR007077) is the development of nurse scholars who will build the knowledge base and disseminate research in the area of health disparities among vulnerable populations. Special emphasis is given to methods and measures in VP/HD training. The attachment stipulates the qualifications for predoctoral students (enrolled UCLA School of Nursing PhD students) and postdoctoral fellows (who do not need to be nurses).
 
We are now recruiting for predoctoral and postdoctoral fellows. We invite you to send this announcement to anyone who might be interested. The UCLA School of Nursing seeks applicants who represent the multicultural diversity of Los Angeles.

For more information or application information, please contact project administrator, Fernando Martinez at fmartinez@sonnet.ucla.edu, or:

Felicia Hodge, DrPH
Principal Investigator/Director
UCLA School of Nursing
700 Tiverton
5-940 Factor
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1702
310-267-2255 (phone)
310-206-4132 (fax)
fhodge@sonnet.ucla.edu

Adey Nyamathi, ANP, PhD, FAAN
Co-Principal Investigator/Co-Director
UCLA School of Nursing
700 Tiverton
2-250 Factor
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1702
310-825-8405 (phone)
310-206-7433 (fax)
anyamath@sonnet.ucla.edu

School of Nursing Financial Aid

Students who demonstrate financial need according to established federal guidelines may be awarded various types of financial assistance such as scholarships and loans.

Types of aid awarded to Ph.D. students:

  • Direct Unsubsidized Loan
  • Direct Graduate PLUS Loan
  • Scholarships
  • Fellowship
  • Private Loan
UCOP Private Loan Lender List
Important Notice: Federal student loans are available to most students regardless of income and provide a range of repayment options including income-based repayment plans and loan forgiveness benefits, which other education loans are not required to provide.
 
SB 1289 disclosure statement:
 
      Students considering student loans need to be aware of the differences between federal student loans and private student
      loans:
  • Federal student loans are required by law to provide a range of flexible repayment options including, but not limited to, income-based and income-contingent repayment plans, as well as loan forgiveness benefits that private lenders are not required to provide.
  • Federal direct loans are available to most students regardless of income. Other qualification criteria do apply. For more information, please visit http://www.studentaid.ed.gov/eligibility.
  • Private student loan lenders can offer variable interest rates that can increase or decrease over time, depending on market conditions.
  • The interest rate on a private loan may depend on the borrower's and/or cosigner's credit rating.
  • Private student loans have a range of interest rates and fees and students should determine the interest rate of, and any fees associated with, the private student loan included in their financial aid award package before accepting the loan.
  • Students should contact the lender of the private student loan or their UC campus' financial aid office if they have any questions about a private student loan.    
       Some UC campuses offer students their own private (institutional) student loans. Students offered a UC institutional
       private student loan should know that:
  • Interest rates on UC loans will be fixed, not variable
  • UC loans can have a range of interest rate
  • UC loans are not awarded based on the credit history of the borrower

UCOP Private Lender List for Health Professionals:

http://beta.elmselect.com/link/query?schoolid=162&amounttoborrow=1&graduationdate=01/01/2000
 
University of California Code of Conduct:
 
http://www.ucop.edu/student-affairs/_files/loans/codeofconduct.pdf

To apply: Students entering the UCLA School of Nursing are advised to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) found at www.fafsa.ed.gov. The priority deadline is March 2nd.  The UCLA code for the FAFSA application is 001315.

Teaching Assistant Funding

Students who are placed in a TA position will be awarded a scholarship to pay that quarter's tuition starting winter quarter of their first year.

School of Nursing Financial Aid Appointment Hours

Monday through Friday 8:00 am-12:00 noon and 1:00 pm-4:30 pm

Please contact:
Craig Kusunoki, Director of Financial Aid
(310) 825-2583
ckusunoki@sonnet.ucla.edu

Address:
UCLA School of Nursing
Box 951702
2-151 Factor Building
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1702


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