Financial Aid for Undergraduate Students
The University offers you many different forms of financial aid to ease the financial burden that the cost of your education may pose. 98% of our first time, full-time undergraduate receives financial aid and 96% of all UB students are awarded financial aid. We participate in a variety of federal, state, and private programs that offer loans, grants, scholarships, and other awards to students who demonstrate financial need, superior academic achievement, or other circumstances that may impact their ability to seek an education at the University of Bridgeport.
Apply for Undergraduate Financial Aid
You must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be considered for all types of financial aid, including loans.
- Apply for a FSA ID
- File your FAFSA online. Note: You will need your parents’ most recent Federal Income Tax Return.
- Remember to list the University of Bridgeport school code (001416) on your application. You should file the FAFSA after October 1 and before March 1 to ensure your consideration for all aid programs.
UB offers a number of generous academic scholarship awards. To find out how much you may be eligible for, visit our cost calculator.
We encourage you to contact the experienced, caring professionals in our Student Financial Services office at (203) 576-4568 or email@example.com.
Getting Started with Undergraduate Financial Aid
Once you complete your application for admission to the University of Bridgeport, you will automatically be considered for a number of our institutional scholarships and grants. From there, visit www.fafsa.ed.gov and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, which will help you determine your eligibility for a variety of student loans. UB’s FAFSA code is 001416.