A quality, values-centered education represents an important investment in your future. The Catholic University of America recognizes the obstacles — and our Office of Student Financial Assistance offers an assortment of aid aimed at making your education more accessible and affordable.
Every year, 90 percent of students at The Catholic University of America receive some form of financial aid, based upon need and academic achievement.
Visit the Office of Student Financial Assistance for more financial aid information.
Every college follows a basic set of formulas and tools to determine your final costs and aid package. We want you to be well informed so that you can make the best decision.Learn More
You may be eligible for financial assistance through federal or Catholic University-funded grants. Explore the various grants available to you and start planning for the investment you're making in your future.Learn More
Due to limited grants and scholarships, many students rely on loans to cover at least some portion of educational costs. Educational loans are available to undergraduate students as well as their parents. Determine what type of loan assistance is available to you and your family.Learn More
This program gives you the opportunity to earn money by working part-time during the school year. Discover if your level of financial need grants you Federal Work Study eligibility.Learn More