Attending Rutgers
may be more
affordable than
you think

Learn more about
eligibility requirements
for aid.

Find answers to your
frequently asked questions

RBHS students must submit
an additional financial
aid application

Apply for scholarships
and get money to pay
for college

The Student Employment Office
can help you find a work study
or part-time job

Office of Financial Aid

Committed to making your education affordable

Providing the highest quality service to undergraduate, graduate and professional students in pursuit of their academic goals, the Office of Financial Aid is committed to assisting students and families in planning for and meeting expenses associated with attendance at the university.

Attending Rutgers may be more affordable than you think. To help eligible students afford a Rutgers education, the university offers scholarships, grants, student employment, information about loans, and tuition payment plans.

Federal School Code


Ready to apply?

Learn how to apply for financial aid.

Check Documents

Manage your required documents online.

Award Status

View your planning or award letter.

Need a job?

The Student Employment Office can help.
More than
million in aid was received by undergraduate students
More than
of students received some form of aid
Average financial aid offer was
for undergradutes in the 2014–2015 academic year

Financial Aid Timeline

JAN'16-'17 FAFSA available online
MARBy March 15: priority filing for '16-'17 FAFSA
MAYGraduate students begin to receive award letters
JUNNew and current students begin to receive award letters
JULTerm bill statements available for fall semester
AUGFall semester term bills due
OCT'17-'18 FAFSA available online
NOVTerm bill statements available for spring semester