Financial Aid

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Making a world-class education possible

We meet the full demonstrated need, without loans, for every admitted undergrad who qualifies for financial assistance.

Announcements

Spring 2020 Financial Support for Undergraduates

Information about off-campus living expenses, campus work, academic expenses, other expenses, and travel home, along with examples of typical financial aid adjustments for current undergrads affected by the campus closure for Spring 2020:

Spring 2020 Financial Support for Undergraduates

Establishing your SUNet ID

Congratulations to the newly admitted undergraduate applicants! To view your financial aid award letter in the Axess student portal, you will need to first establish your Stanford University Network Identifier (SUNet ID).

Instructions for Establishing Your SUNet ID

Applying for Aid

Application requirements, forms and deadlines. Note: We cannot confirm receipt of financial aid application requirements for admission applicants until after admission decisions have been released.

Undergraduate Students
Graduate Students

In the Spotlight


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How to View Your Award Letter

In this tutorial video we provide the steps needed to locate, view, and download your financial aid award letter from the Axess web portal.


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Federal Student Loan Relief During National Emergency

The U.S. Department of Education is automatically pausing interest accrual on federally-held student loans for 60 days. Borrowers can contact their loan servicers to request a 60-day forbearance if they are unable to make their scheduled payments during this time. Contact your servicer or the with questions.


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Taxes 101

Mind Over Money, the University’s financial wellness program, is providing tax workshops for graduate students and undergraduate students on April 1 and April 6, respectively, via Zoom.