Step-by-step instructions on how to obtain tax transcripts and submit proof of Selective Service registration, citizenship status, and eligible noncitizen status.
Watch short video answers to your questions about paying for college.
Here you will find valuable information that will connect you to various resources regarding the basic needs of students in the CSUN campus community.
The CalWORKs/GAIN Liaison provides support and assistance, so that you may meet compliance requirements with the Los Angeles County Department of Social Services.
As a supplement to the Verification Worksheet, the verification guide provides answers to common questions, important links and work sheet samples.
Your guide to the financial aid award process — learn about the types of funds available, average costs, and important rights and regulations.
Financial aid terminology can seem like a language unto itself. Get the meaning behind the monetary jargon by looking up terms in this simple glossary.
Do you keep a personal budget? When was the last time you checked your FICO score? Let us help you get the essentials in order and answer these questions with ease.
If you need help filing your tax return, check out the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program at CSUN. If you plan to prepare your own tax return, take a look at comparison reviews of online tax software before you begin the process.
Take a look at specialized programs aimed at erasing student loans after graduation. If you're willing work in a certain area as a teacher or nurse, you may have a chance of kissing those loans goodbye.
These outside resources will help navigate your financial aid journey. Take a look at these links for further assistance.
See how many CSUN students in the 2022-2023 school year were affected by financial aid.