Financial Aid for Graduate Students
Our commitment is to help you navigate and understand the financial aid process and identify financial tools to help make a college education affordable. Paying for college is a partnership, and this partnership includes your family, the government, and the University of Bridgeport.
- Review and Return your award letter to the Financial Aid Office if you are rejecting or adjusting your award.
- If you are a NEW STUDENT please complete the Direct Loan Entrance Counseling and Master Promissory Note.
Student Employment is an opportunity for students at the University of Bridgeport to learn about the work environment while obtaining a degree. Current students apply and search for jobs through the Career Development Office.
All Federal Work-Study students can earn a maximum of $1000 per semester, if eligible. Work-study jobs are preformed on campus only. Once students reach their limit for the semester, they can no longer work, until the following semester. It is the student’s responsibility to keep track of when they will be reaching their limit.
Resident Assistantship/Community Assistantship
Resident and Community Assistantship jobs are compensated with a scholarship that covers room and board. Students interested can contact the Residential Life office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-576-4228.
Graduate Assistantship jobs are compensated in a combination of scholarship and stipends. The amount of earning and hours are based on the number of credits being paid by the department.