Your eligibility for financial aid is based upon a review of your data as submitted on your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and on other supporting documents, if required. You must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment in a degree, certificate or professional program. Your enrollment status must be at least half-time, (the equivalent of 6 units), and you must be a citizen or eligible non-citizen (permanent resident) of the United States. For answers to your specific financial aid questions, please contact financial aid at (657) 278-3125.
The financial aid options for this program include:
Stafford Loans - subsidized, long-term, low interest loans through the federal government
The Federal Direct Stafford Loan Program enables students to obtain long-term, low interest loans through the federal government.
We will automatically offer you a Federal Direct Stafford Loan if you qualify. You are not required to accept the loan and we will not process the loan unless you accept it.
- Based on financial need
- The Federal Direct Stafford Loan Program enables students to obtain long-term, low interest loans through the federal government.
- We will automatically offer you a Federal Direct Stafford Loan if you qualify. You are not required to accept the loan and we will not process the loan unless you accept it.
Applicants are encouraged to schedule an advising appointment if they have questions regarding the program or application process using the scheduler below. (also use this wording on the second link listed above for consistency)
You can get a list of grades you have earned from your unofficial transcript.
Learn everything you ever wanted to know about how the grading system works.
Unofficial student transcripts are accessible online through your Student Portal:
- Go to http://www.fullerton.edu
- Log in to the Portal with your Username and Password. If you do not know or have misplaced your password, contact CSUF Admissions and Records Office at 657-278-2300.
- Select Titan Online tab.
- In the Student Self Service area, click on Student Center.
- In the Academics area, click on View Unofficial Transcript
Official transcripts can be ordered as you need them. Visit the Admissions and Records website for complete information: http://www.fullerton.edu/admissions/FormerStudent/Transcripts.asp
Once you are enrolled in the Pre-Health Professions Postbaccalaureate Program, you are part of a cohort. All the students go through the required courses together. Missing classes will greatly affect your graduation date. If you have an extreme circumstance where you have to miss a course or a term of study, meet with the program manager Brandy Schaal to discuss your options.
If you move forward with dropping a class, refunds for classes are issued as follows: If you drop at least one working day prior to the class start date, a full refund less $10 per class dropped will be issued. If the class has started and less than 25% of the calendar days for the class have elapsed, a 65% refund will be issued. If 25% or more of the calendar days for the class have elapsed, there will be no refund.
When you are accepted into the program you will be required to sign our academic policies form. You can view this policy here.
If you are active military or a veteran, your education benefits can be used for yourself or dependents. Financial resources for veterans can be found at http://www.fullerton.edu/veteranservices/current/financialaid.php