Financing your University of Chicago education, complicated as it may seem at first, is a matter of straightforward choices. We focus in Financial Aid on counseling graduate and professional students as they navigate these choices in order to best finance their education, informing both prospective and current students of available funds, including student loans and Federal Work-Study. We are also responsible for processing student loans and Work-Study for students in the graduate and professional schools and divisions, conducting entrance and exit student loan counseling for all students who receive federal student loans, and authorizing disbursements of federal student loan funds. Our mission is to ensure that UChicago graduate students understand the financial aid process when they are in school and are aware of their responsibilities as a loan borrower when they either become alumni or leave the university.
The Graduate Financial Aid Office serves the financial aid needs of the following academic divisions:
|Biological Sciences Division||Divinity School||Graham School|
|Humanities||Institute for Molecular Engineering||Physical Sciences Division|
|Harris School of Public Policy||Social Sciences Division||Social Services Administration|
As of Spring Quarter, all student stipends will be paid from the Workday system. You can find more information here.
Current fourth-year College students have a unique opportunity to receive a one-year scholarship to pursue select postgraduate programs in 2021-2022. Click here for additional information.
The 2021-2022 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is now available.
Be sure to include school code 001774 on your 2021-22 FAFSA.
Read more about estimated tax payments here.
Estimated tax payments are due to the IRS and Illinois Department of Revenue later in 2021.