As a student at Utah State University, you are making a significant investment in your future. The Student Financial Support Team is here to help you identify ways to pay for college.
You are encouraged to complete the following steps each academic year to access financial resources:
Receiving federal aid (grants, work-study, federal loans) starts with completing your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Apply for Scholarships
Apply for USU scholarships as well as off‑campus, private, and endowment scholarships via one scholarship portal.
Meet with a Financial Coach
Financial coaches help you create a budget and brainstorm ways to reduce your spending and increase your income.
Estimate CostView tuition and estimate costs for certificates, associate, bachelor's, master's, or doctorate degrees. Our calculators also display which academic scholarships you may qualify for.
Payment PlansPayment plans are a good way for students to spread out the cost of attending school through the semester.
Student EmploymentVisit the Career Design Center to learn more about on-campus and off-campus employment opportunities, as well as work-study employment.
Direct deposit allows money from your student financial account to be transferred or refunded directly into your personal checking or savings account.
Native American Students
As a Native American student, you may be eligible to apply for scholarships from your tribal agency.
We have compiled information about financial resources available to our undocumented students to help pay for college.
State of Utah Programs
The State of Utah provides financial resources to students attending a university within the state.