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The UCLA Fielding School of Public Health recognizes the importance of financial considerations in making graduate school decisions and is committed to helping students achieve and afford their goals. Typically, students fund their education through a combination of means including fellowships, on and off-campus employment, teaching and research assistantships, loans, and personal savings.
We encourage you to browse through the rest of FSPH's Funding Your Eduction pages to learn more about the various ways that you can fund your degree. In addition, the Student Services Office staff is here to assist as you explore available funding mechanisms for graduate school. If you have any questions, please email Michelle Garcia-Navarro, director of admissions and financial aid, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We invite you to read the FSPH Cost of Attendance and Financial Resource Guide. This guide will provide you with resources and support as you start preparing for graduate school. Planning and organizing your finances for graduate school may feel overwhelming, but there are many resources at UCLA and FSPH to support your journey and financial wellbeing.