Non-Degree Seeking and Certificate
This page provides information regarding financial aid options for both Undergraduate and Graduate Non-Degree seeking students.
Financial Aid Eligibility
The University of Arizona typically cannot administer financial aid to non-degree seeking students, including certificate seeking students. Federal regulations require you are enrolled in an eligible academic program for the purpose of obtaining a degree, in order to qualify for federal aid.
If you do not qualify for federal loans, you may attempt to secure a private educational loan. The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid (OSFA) accepts and works with all private education loan providers. Students are encouraged to explore their options and find a lender and loan which best meets their needs.
Review additional information below, including costs, other resources and options for some Graduate non-degree seeking students.
Undergraduate Non-Degree Seeking and Certificate
The University of Arizona cannot administer financial aid to non-degree seeking and certificate seeking undergraduate students. Federal regulations require students be enrolled in an eligible academic program for the purpose of obtaining a degree, in order to qualify for federal aid.
Graduate Non-Degree Seeking
Graduate non-degree seeking students taking pre-requisites in order to be accepted into a graduate program may be eligible to be considered for financial aid.