How To Apply Graduate
The University of Miami is dedicated to helping its students with demonstrated financial need to afford their college education by offering several forms of financial assistance. After careful review, each aid application will receive an award package tailored to the student’s financial need, which may include one or more of the following types of aid:
*Students are considered for federal, state, and institutional grants based on the FAFSA and CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE applications submitted each year. Please note that institutional grants are need based. Students who only wish to be considered for the Federal Pell grant and Federal Direct Loans will only need to complete the FAFSA application.
Loans are funds borrowed by the student and/or parent. In most cases, loans must be repaid with an interest charge and have a time limit for repayment. Effective Fall of 2014, students will only be eligible to receive one academic year of federal direct student loans during the standard academic year (fall/spring/summer terms).
|Types of Loans
Work programs allow students to meet part of their educational expenses through part-time employment. The Federal Work Study Program (FWS) awards a specific amount for each academic year. Students apply for FWS through the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by indicating “yes” on the “interested in student employment” question. Students must reapply annually for FWS.
Visit the Office of Student Employment website
for information on other types of work programs such as the Miami Commitment Program, the Student Assistance Program, and off-campus job opportunities.
Veteran’s programs are part of benefits offered to veterans of the U.S. armed forces that allow our servicemen to achieve their higher education goals. The Office of Veteran’s Affairs oversees all veteran’s programs including the Yellow Ribbon Grant program
. Information pertaining to this award is located on the application available through the Office of the Registrar’s website
In accordance with University policy, veterans’ benefits are considered a resource when calculating eligibility for the institution’s need-based aid programs.
UM also offers the Scholarships for Children and Spouses of Deceased or Disabled Veterans and Service members (CSDDV.) For more information on CSDDV click here