Financial aid and enrollment processes at Brandman University run in tandem, so submit your aid application and your admission application at about the same time.
Every student should complete the FAFSA. It becomes available each year in October. A new FAFSA must be completed each year.
Note: California residents who are undergraduates are urged to also complete the FAFSA by the March 2nd deadline to qualify for Cal Grant
Meet with your academic advisor to develop an education plan for the academic year. Once you have your academic plan in place, work with a One Stop Specialist who will assist you with the financial aid process at Brandman University. This team will be your One Stop shop for any and all questions outside of academics.
Your employer may have a tuition matching program or help pay for a portion of your education. Check with your Human Resources / Benefits department.
Scholarships and grants do not need to be repaid and may be merit-based, need-based, or awarded due to your background, place of residence or course of study.
If you are on active duty, a veteran or a military family member, you may be entitled to tuition assistance and education benefits. We can help with all types of military aid.