Tuition and Fees

Summary, 2013-14

In-state budget $ 32,690
University Tuition and Student Service Fees   12,697
Health Insurance   1,801
Room & Board (On Campus Housing + Other Living Expenses)   14,454
Transportation   807
Personal Expenses   1,395
Books and other supplies   1,536
   
   
Out-of-state budget $ 55,568
University Tuition and Student Service Fees   12,697
Nonresident Supplemental Tuition   22,878
Health Insurance   1,801
Room & Board (On Campus Housing + Other Living Expenses)   14,454
Transportation   807
Personal Expenses   1,395
Books and other supplies   1,536


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. Over 39% of undergraduates receive a Federal Pell Grant. Over 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 plentiful in the UCLA community.

Financial Aid Office