Financial Aid Summary
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.
Notification Date for New Undergraduates:
Thank you for your patience as we re-process thousands of financial aid packages in response to changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Our goal is to have these updates completed by August 3 for students in confirmed USC housing and those who have submitted their non-USC rental or lease agreement by July 24.
To view your financial aid status or your summary, please log in .
Verify the Information on Your Financial Aid Summary
Is your enrollment, housing and other information for each term accurate? Has anything changed since you applied? To correct any errors, and/or to provide the Financial Aid Office with any new information, submit your updated information through your OASIS.page. You can update your address or other information through
Loan Application Alert
To ensure timely receipt of loan proceeds, you must complete some additional steps no later than 30 days before the start of your first semester. Click on the appropriate loan to find out what you need to do.
Direct Loan – Learn More
Parent PLUS Loan – Learn More
Private Financing – Learn More
If your family experiences any unforeseen changes to income or expenses, and you would like to request a re-evaluation of your financial aid, visit Special Circumstances and Appeals.