Graduate school fees are set by the CSU Board of Trustees each academic year. The current fee structure may be found on the Enrollment Services web site.
There are many options available for financing your graduate education.
Tuition and Fees
CSULB fees are based on students enrolled in either 6 units or less, or enrolling in 7 units or more. Current tuition and fees may be found at the Enrollment Services website. Please reference your program’s website and/or application packet for information about the number of units you will take each term.
The Financial Aid office at CSULB serves all students and help meet their educational goals. They work with students and their families to meet the full demonstrated financial need for students who satisfy all deadlines and eligibility requirements. Go to the Financial Aid website or contact them at 562.985.8403, or stop by Brotman Hall 123 for more information.
The Financial Aid and Scholarships Office is the official hub for scholarship information at CSULB. They collect, organize, and distribute information on hundreds of external scholarships as well as administer university scholarships for the campus. Please visit the Scholarships Office website for information on a range of grant and scholarship opportunities.
The College of Education provides scholarships based on academic merit, financial need, personal statement, and faculty recommendations. Students must have been accepted into a major in the College of Education with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, and be enrolled for at least 6 units of coursework in the year they receive the scholarship. Applications are typically available in November and are due in early March for the following academic year. For a list of available CED scholarships and funding, visit the Scholarships website.
Research and Pre-Doctoral Study
The CSULB Graduate Studies Resource Center (GSRC) provides a list of funding for research and pre-doctoral study.
The CSULB Graduate Studies Resource Center (GSRC) provides a list of funding for graduate student travel. Typically, students must be presenting their research in order to receive funding.