Graduate Student Financial Aid
If you are a degree seeking graduate student at FSU planning to take 6 credits or more per semester, you may apply for federal loans to help cover the cost of attending FSU.
First, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) no later than February 15 of each year to apply for federal loans, which are the only federal resource available to graduate students. Please note that beginning July 1, 2012 there will be no Subsidized Stafford Loans for graduate students. All federal loans offered to graduate students will be unsubsidized and interest bearing.
You may also consult the Graduate Scholarship section of this website for more information on graduate scholarships you may apply for. These scholarships must be applied for separately.
In addition to scholarships, many departments offer Graduate Assistantships, which must be applied for separately. Please see the Graduate Assistantship information on the Graduate Services webpage for more information on how to apply for these awards.
If you are a veteran of the U.S. Armed forces or a dependent of a veteran you may want to visit the Veterans & Financial Aid web site. Another useful resource is the "Outside Sources" of aid webpage where you may search for private scholarships.
Veterans & Financial Aid
Another useful resource is the Outside Sources of aid webpage where you may search for private scholarships.
Outside Sources of Aid