Your financial aid eligibility is determined by federal and state regulations and university policy. The amount of your aid is determined by subtracting the USC-determined family contribution from the estimated cost of attendance. Most students receive a combination of grants, loans and Federal Work-Study.

YOUR FINANCIAL AID SUMMARY NOTIFICATION DATES

New undergraduates: If you met all deadlines and eligibility requirements, you will be notified of your financial aid eligibility before May 1. Notification will be sent by email, and your financial aid summary will also be viewable online at My Financial Aid & Documents

Continuing undergraduates: If you met all deadlines and eligibility requirements, your financial aid summary will be available in late June. Late applicants will be notified by the end of July. If you missed any deadlines, your eligibility for financial aid is likely to be less than in previous years. Monitor the status of your financial aid summary online at My Financial Aid & Documents.

VERIFY YOUR LOAN APPLICATION INFORMATION

Is your enrollment, housing and other information accurate on your Financial Aid Summary? Has anything changed since you applied for financial aid? To correct any errors with your enrollment and housing, please go to My Financial Aid & Documents and submit an updated enrollment and housing form. You can update your address and other information through the university portal, OASIS.
























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