La Verne Grants and Loans
Full-time La Verne students admitted through the Office of Undergraduate Admission are eligible for both grants and loans offered by the university! Click here to see if you qualify for either.
In addition to scholastic awards, La Verne provides Performance Scholarships, Endowed Scholarships based on a La Verne donor’s criteria, and study abroad assistance for Honors Program participants. Find out more about these opportunities here.
State, Federal, Grants and Loans
The University of La Verne partners with state and federal agencies so that students may take advantage of:
La Verne DREAMers
Students who qualify for financial aid under state and federal Dream Act legislation are invited to learn more about their options. The university also works with TheDream.US’s scholarship program ($25,000 awards) and hopes to aid as many as 10 DREAMers annually.
Private student loan programs are non-federal loans issued by banks, savings and loan associations, and credit unions. These programs allow students to borrow up to the full cost of attendance minus other forms of financial aid. Most students will need a creditworthy co-signer such as a parent or other relative in order to obtain a private loan. Private student loans carry variable interest rates based on the LIBOR rate or the Prime rate, and repayment periods may range from 5 to 25 years. Interest rates, origination fees, loan maximums, and repayment terms should be carefully considered when researching and choosing a private loan.
For more information regarding Federal Direct Loans, consult our list of frequently asked questions.