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Financial Aid - College of Continuing & Professional Education (CCPE)

The CSULB College of Continuing & Professional Education (CCPE) offers a offers a diverse range of degrees, professional development certificates, and courses.  To establish financial aid eligibility, you must be formally admitted to a degree program and enrolled in courses that satisfy your degree program requirements.

State financial aid programs (Middle Class Scholarship, State University Grant) and fee waivers (including Cal-Vet fee waivers and employee fee waivers) are not available for students enrolled through CCPE.

 

Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts - Degree Completion Program

Students pursuing their first Bachelor degree through this program may be eligible for the following types of financial aid:

  • Federal Pell Grant
  • Cal Grant (Fee Paying Award or Stipend)
  • Federal Direct Loans
  • Private Education Loans
     

Veterans may use their GI Bill benefits for these programs as well.

You may apply for financial aid by filing either the FAFSA or the California DREAM Application (for Dream-eligible students).   You must complete a new or renewal aid application for each academic year you wish to be funded. When completing your aid application, include CSULB as a college you want your information sent to. Our School Code is 001139.

If you are eligible for private education loans only, you do not need to file a FAFSA. These loans are borrowed directly from a lending institution.

Average Expense to Attend / Financial Aid Cost of Attendance
The Cost of Attendance is broadly defined as the average cost to attend a college for one academic year – the Fall & Spring semesters.  The Cost of Attendance budget helps you and the Financial Aid Office determine approximately how much money you need to attend your program, and how much financial aid you need to meet that goal. 

Tuition and fees are paid directly to CSULB & CCPE, but are only a part of your total education costs.  You also have to budget for room and board (housing and food), books, and transportation. Below are the estimated costs for these items – which, when combined – are your total estimated cost of attendance for one year: 


Bachelor of Arts – Liberal Arts Degree Completion Program:

The Tuition & Fees figures provided below are for students admitted for Fall 2012 or after.  Students admitted prior to Fall 2012 have Tuition & Mandatory Fees of $3,780.

Bachelor of Arts – Liberal Arts Degree Completion Program Expenses

Expenses

Commuter

On-Campus
Housing

Off-Campus
Housing

Tuition & Mandatory Fees

$5,112

$5,112

$5,112

Room and Board

$4,968

$12,398

$12,910

Books

$1,898

$1,898

$1,898

Travel

$1,548

$1,438

$1,508

Miscellaneous

$1,484

$1,484

$1,484

TOTAL

$15,010

$22,330

$22,912


Learn about what is included in the cost of college and ways to reduce college costs.

Information on How to Apply, Award Notifications, Getting your Aid, and Keeping your Aid is available under the Undergraduate Student section of this website. 

Bachelor of Science - Engineering

Students pursuing their first Bachelor degree through this program may be eligible for the following types of financial aid:

  • Federal Pell Grant
  • Cal Grant (Fee Paying Award or Stipend)
  • Federal Direct Loans
  • Private Education Loans
     

Veterans may use their GI Bill benefits for this program as well.

You may apply for financial aid by filing either the FAFSA or the California DREAM Application (for Dream-eligible students).   You must complete a new or renewal aid application for each academic year you wish to be funded. When completing your aid application, include CSULB as a college you want your information sent to. Our School Code is 001139.

If you are eligible for private education loans only, you do not need to file a FAFSA. These loans are borrowed directly from a lending institution.

Average Expense to Attend / Financial Aid Cost of Attendance
The Cost of Attendance is broadly defined as the average cost to attend a college for one academic year – the Fall & Spring semesters.  The Cost of Attendance budget helps you and the Financial Aid Office determine approximately how much money you need to attend your program, and how much financial aid you need to meet that goal. 

Tuition and fees are paid directly to CSULB & CCPE, but are only a part of your total education costs.  You also have to budget for room and board (housing and food), books, and transportation. Below are the estimated costs for these items – which, when combined – are your total estimated cost of attendance for one year: 


 
Bachelor of Science Engineering – Degree Completion Program

Expenses

Commuter

On-Campus
Housing

Off-Campus
Housing

Tuition & Mandatory Fees

$11,880

$11,880

$11,880

Room and Board

$4,968

$12,398

$12,910

Books

$1,898

$1,898

$1,898

Travel

$1,548

$1,438

$1,508

Miscellaneous

$1,484

$1,484

$1,484

TOTAL

$21,778

$29,098

$29,680

Learn about what is included in the cost of college and ways to reduce college costs.

Information on How to ApplyAward NotificationsGetting your Aid, and Keeping your Aid is available under the Undergraduate Student section of this website. 

Master of Arts - Speech Language Pathology

Students pursuing a graduate degree through CCPE may be eligible for the following types of financial aid:

  • Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan
  • Private Education Loans
     

You may apply for financial aid by filing the FAFSA.   You must complete a new or renewal FAFSA for each academic year you wish to be funded. When completing the FAFSA, include CSULB as a college you want your information sent to. Our Federal School Code is 001139.

If you are eligible for private education loans only, you do not need to file a FAFSA. These loans are borrowed directly from a lending institution.

Average Expense to Attend / Financial Aid Cost of Attendance
The Cost of Attendance is broadly defined as the average cost to attend a college for one academic year – the Fall & Spring semesters.  The Cost of Attendance budget helps you and the Financial Aid Office determine approximately how much money you need to attend your program, and how much financial aid you need to meet that goal. 

Tuition and fees are paid directly to CSULB & CCPE, but are only a part of your total education costs.  You also have to budget for room and board (housing and food), books, and transportation. Below are the estimated costs for these items – which, when combined – are your total estimated cost of attendance for one year.

Learn about what is included in the cost of college and ways to reduce college costs.
 


 
Master of Arts in Speech Language Pathology

Expenses

Commuter

On-Campus
Housing

Off-Campus
Housing

Tuition & Mandatory Fees

$15,840

$15,840

$15,840

Room and Board

$4,968

$12,398

$12,910

Books

$1,898

$1,898

$1,898

Travel

$1,548

$1,438

$1,508

Miscellaneous

$1,578

$1,578

$1,578

TOTAL

$25,832

$33,152

$33,734


Information on How to ApplyAward NotificationsGetting your Aid, and Keeping your Aid is available under the Graduate Student section of this website.   

Master of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice

Students pursuing a graduate degree through CCPE may be eligible for the following types of financial aid:

  • Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan
  • Private Education Loans
     

You may apply for financial aid by filing the FAFSA.   You must complete a new or renewal FAFSA for each academic year you wish to be funded. When completing the FAFSA, include CSULB as a college you want your information sent to. Our Federal School Code is 001139.

If you are eligible for private education loans only, you do not need to file a FAFSA. These loans are borrowed directly from a lending institution.

Average Expense to Attend / Financial Aid Cost of Attendance
The Cost of Attendance is broadly defined as the average cost to attend a college for one academic year – the Fall & Spring semesters.  The Cost of Attendance budget helps you and the Financial Aid Office determine approximately how much money you need to attend your program, and how much financial aid you need to meet that goal. 

Tuition and fees are paid directly to CSULB & CCPE, but are only a part of your total education costs.  You also have to budget for room and board (housing and food), books, and transportation. Below are the estimated costs for these items – which, when combined – are your total estimated cost of attendance for one year.

Learn about what is included in the cost of college and ways to reduce college costs.
 


 
Master of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice

Expenses

Commuter

On-Campus
Housing

Off-Campus
Housing

Tuition & Mandatory Fees

$6,900

$6,900

$6,900

Room and Board

$4,968

$12,398

$12,910

Books

$1,898

$1,898

$1,898

Travel

$1,548

$1,438

$1,508

Miscellaneous

$1,578

$1,578

$1,578

TOTAL

$16,892

$24,212

$24,794


Information on How to ApplyAward NotificationsGetting your Aid, and Keeping your Aid is available under the Graduate Student section of this website.   

Master of Science in Emergency Services Administration

Students pursuing a graduate degree through CCPE may be eligible for the following types of financial aid:

  • Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan
  • Private Education Loans
     

You may apply for financial aid by filing the FAFSA.   You must complete a new or renewal FAFSA for each academic year you wish to be funded. When completing the FAFSA, include CSULB as a college you want your information sent to. Our Federal School Code is 001139.

If you are eligible for private education loans only, you do not need to file a FAFSA. These loans are borrowed directly from a lending institution.

Average Expense to Attend / Financial Aid Cost of Attendance
The Cost of Attendance is broadly defined as the average cost to attend a college for one academic year – the Fall & Spring semesters.  The Cost of Attendance budget helps you and the Financial Aid Office determine approximately how much money you need to attend your program, and how much financial aid you need to meet that goal. 

Tuition and fees are paid directly to CSULB & CCPE, but are only a part of your total education costs.  You also have to budget for room and board (housing and food), books, and transportation. Below are the estimated costs for these items – which, when combined – are your total estimated cost of attendance for one year.

Learn about what is included in the cost of college and ways to reduce college costs.
 


Master of Science in Emergency Services Administration

Expenses

Commuter

On-Campus
Housing

Off-Campus
Housing

Tuition & Mandatory Fees

$5,700

$5,700

$5,700

Room and Board

$4,968

$12,398

$12,910

Books

$1,898

$1,898

$1,898

Travel

$1,548

$1,438

$1,508

Miscellaneous

$1,578

$1,578

$1,578

TOTAL

$15,692

$23,012

$23,594

 
Information on How to ApplyAward NotificationsGetting your Aid, and Keeping your Aid is available under the Graduate Student section of this website.   

Master of Science in Geographic Information Sciences

Students pursuing a graduate degree through CCPE may be eligible for the following types of financial aid:

  • Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan
  • Private Education Loans
     

You may apply for financial aid by filing the FAFSA.   You must complete a new or renewal FAFSA for each academic year you wish to be funded. When completing the FAFSA, include CSULB as a college you want your information sent to. Our Federal School Code is 001139.

If you are eligible for private education loans only, you do not need to file a FAFSA. These loans are borrowed directly from a lending institution.

Average Expense to Attend / Financial Aid Cost of Attendance
The Cost of Attendance is broadly defined as the average cost to attend a college for one academic year – the Fall & Spring semesters.  The Cost of Attendance budget helps you and the Financial Aid Office determine approximately how much money you need to attend your program, and how much financial aid you need to meet that goal. 

Tuition and fees are paid directly to CSULB & CCPE, but are only a part of your total education costs.  You also have to budget for room and board (housing and food), books, and transportation. Below are the estimated costs for these items – which, when combined – are your total estimated cost of attendance for one year.

Learn about what is included in the cost of college and ways to reduce college costs.
 


Master of Science in Geographic Information Sciences

Expenses

Commuter

On-Campus
Housing

Off-Campus
Housing

Tuition & Mandatory Fees

$11,700

$11,700

$11,700

Room and Board

$4,968

$12,398

$12,910

Books

$1,898

$1,898

$1,898

Travel

$1,548

$1,438

$1,508

Miscellaneous

$1,578

$1,578

$1,578

TOTAL

$21,692

$29,012

$29,594

Information on How to ApplyAward NotificationsGetting your Aid, and Keeping your Aid is available under the Graduate Student section of this website.   
 

Master of Science in Supply Chain Management

Students pursuing a graduate degree through CCPE may be eligible for the following types of financial aid:

  • Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan
  • Private Education Loans
     

You may apply for financial aid by filing the FAFSA.   You must complete a new or renewal FAFSA for each academic year you wish to be funded. When completing the FAFSA, include CSULB as a college you want your information sent to. Our Federal School Code is 001139.

If you are eligible for private education loans only, you do not need to file a FAFSA. These loans are borrowed directly from a lending institution.

Average Expense to Attend / Financial Aid Cost of Attendance
The Cost of Attendance is broadly defined as the average cost to attend a college for one academic year – the Fall & Spring semesters.  The Cost of Attendance budget helps you and the Financial Aid Office determine approximately how much money you need to attend your program, and how much financial aid you need to meet that goal. 

Tuition and fees are paid directly to CSULB & CCPE, but are only a part of your total education costs.  You also have to budget for room and board (housing and food), books, and transportation. Below are the estimated costs for these items – which, when combined – are your total estimated cost of attendance for one year.

Learn about what is included in the cost of college and ways to reduce college costs.
 


Master of Science in Supply Chain Management

Expenses

Commuter

On-Campus
Housing

Off-Campus
Housing

Tuition & Mandatory Fees

$13,600

$13,600

$13,600

Room and Board

$4,968

$12,398

$12,910

Books

$1,898

$1,898

$1,898

Travel

$1,548

$1,438

$1,508

Miscellaneous

$1,578

$1,578

$1,578

TOTAL

$22,552

$29,872

$30,454

Information on How to ApplyAward NotificationsGetting your Aid, and Keeping your Aid is available under the Graduate Student section of this website.   

Specialized Graduate Degree Programs

Students pursuing a graduate degree through CCPE may be eligible for the following types of financial aid:

  • Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan
  • Private Education Loans
     

You may apply for financial aid by filing the FAFSA.   You must complete a new or renewal FAFSA for each academic year you wish to be funded. When completing the FAFSA, include CSULB as a college you want your information sent to. Our Federal School Code is 001139.

If you are eligible for private education loans only, you do not need to file a FAFSA. These loans are borrowed directly from a lending institution.

Specialized Graduate Degree Programs through CCPE
The following CCPE Graduate Programs have special enrollment requirements which impact the timing of when eligibility for financial aid can be determined – as well as when funds are released:

  • Master of Arts in Kinesiology, Option in Sport Management
  • Master of Arts in Dance
  • Master of Business Administration – Daytime Accelerated MBA
  • Master of Business Administration – Saturday MBA
  • Master of Public Administration
  • Master of Science in Health Care Administration
     

For information on the financial aid process for these programs, including Cost of Attendance Budgets, which FAFSA application needs to be filed (and when), as well as information on when aid is released, please contact your program office --- or contact our office during regular business hours at (562) 985-8403 and ask for your specific program's Financial Aid Information sheet..