Tuition and Fees

Summary, 2014-15

In-state budget $ 33,898
In-state budget $ 34,047
In-state budget $ 33,360
University Tuition and Student Service Fees   13,029
University Tuition and Student Service Fees   12,918
University Tuition and Student Service Fees   13,251
Health Insurance   1,930
Health Insurance   2,148
Health Insurance   1,938
Room & Board (On Campus Housing + Other Living Expenses)   14,571
Room & Board (On Campus Housing + Other Living Expenses)   15,069
Room & Board (On Campus Housing + Other Living Expenses)   14,904
Transportation   594
Transportation   600
Transportation   585
Personal Expenses   1,638
Personal Expenses   1,677
Personal Expenses   1,836
Books and other supplies   1,383
Books and other supplies   1,635
Books and other supplies   1,599
   
   
   
   
   
   
Out-of-state budget $ 56,238
Out-of-state budget $ 60,729
Out-of-state budget $ 58,606
University Tuition and Student Service Fees   13,251
University Tuition and Student Service Fees   12,918
University Tuition and Student Service Fees   13,029
Nonresident Supplemental Tuition   22,878
Nonresident Supplemental Tuition   26,682
Nonresident Supplemental Tuition   24,708
Health Insurance   1,930
Health Insurance   2,148
Health Insurance   1,938
Room & Board (On Campus Housing + Other Living Expenses)   14,571
Room & Board (On Campus Housing + Other Living Expenses)   15,069
Room & Board (On Campus Housing + Other Living Expenses)   14,904
Transportation   594
Transportation   600
Transportation   585
Personal Expenses   1,638
Personal Expenses   1,677
Personal Expenses   1,836
Books and other supplies   1,383
Books and other supplies   1,635
Books and other supplies   1,599


Financial Aid

In the 2011-12 academic year, 14,255 undergraduates (more than 54%) were awarded need-based scholarship or grant aid with an average gift award of $16,659. Of UCLA's 2011-12 graduating class, 56% has no student loan debt and the 44% who did borrow had an average debt of $18,814, well below the national average of about $25,000.

UCLA's Blue + Gold Opportunity Plan guarantees that California residents with need, and a total family income of less than $80,000, will receive grants (Institutional, Federal, or State) to cover fully their system-wide tuition and fees.

UCLA is an exciting, diverse community. More than 39% of undergraduates receive a Federal Pell Grant. More than half of undergraduates work part-time (~10 hours/week) to help meet college costs and develop skills to prepare for entry into the job market after graduation. Internship opportunities are also plentiful in the UCLA community.

Financial Aid Office