Paying for graduate school can be difficult. At Rosemead, we strive to do everything we can to make paying for your education a little easier. There are many different sources of financial aid available to Rosemead students, from university-wide scholarships to Rosemead-specific assistantships. As one resource alone is not enough to cover the costs of your Rosemead education, it is important to view financial aid as a package comprised of multiple resources.
If you have any questions, call the Admissions Office at (800) 652-4652 and we would be happy to assist you.
Complete FAFSA — This is the starting point for determining all financial aid. The FAFSA is available in December of each year and should be submitted as early as possible after January 1. Completing the FAFSA does not obligate you to take out a loan. Priority deadline to file is March 1st.
Send Biola a duplicated copy of your signed 1040 federal tax return if filed after FAFSA — If you did not file, send the Financial Aid Office a letter stating this.
Check your mail and submit any additional information the Financial Aid Office requests — The Financial Aid will send you a confirmation letter once all of your information has been received (This may take up to 6 weeks).
Submit your Rosemead application for admission as soon as possible. — You must be accepted to Biola University before your financial aid information can be reviewed.
For detailed information about available scholarships, grants and loans, as well as information about how to apply for financial aid, visit the Financial Aid website.