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 January, and Brandman’s application deadline is March 2. A new FAFSA must be completed each year.
Note: California residents who are undergraduates are urged to also complete the Cal Grant GPA Verification Form.
Meet with your academic advisor to develop an education plan for the academic year and inform your One Stop Specialist that your plan has been created.
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 need not be repaid and may be merit-based, need-based, or awarded due to your background, place of residence or course of study. Below are links to help you search.
Once you have a university PIN, you can check the status of your financial aid awards on MyBrandman. Also, be sure to check your mail and your Brandman e-mail for additional information requests related to your aid application. If you have been awarded a loan, prior to disbursement of any financial aid awards due to you, you will be asked to complete our Loan Entrance Counseling and a federal master promissory note.