Financial considerations play a key role in any decision about enrolling in graduate school. Recognizing this, the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health is committed to helping students achieve and afford their goals.
Typically, UCLA Fielding School students fund their education through a combination of means, including fellowships, on- and off-campus employment, teaching and research assistantships, loans, and personal savings. Detailed information on these and other common questions and concerns are presented in the Tuition & Fees, Scholarships & Financial Aid, and Funding Resources pages of this website. Prospective applicants can also use the Cost Calculator, or contact the Office of Student Services to explore available funding mechanisms for graduate school at FSPH. In addition, the FSPH Cost of Attendance and Financial Resource Guide offers resources and support.