To determine eligibility, all students interested in any financial aid program must complete a form each academic year called the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) available online at .

In addition to the FAFSA, students complete forms for the school. Click here to view the Wright Institute FINANCIAL AID FORMS and instructions.

Direct Unsubsidized Loans:
The interest starts accruing from the time the loan is disbursed. You can choose to pay the interest while you are in school or let it accrue and be capitalized. Capitalizing the interest will increase the amount you have to repay.

Direct Graduate PLUS Loan:
In addition to the Unsubsidized Loan, the Department of Education offers a Direct Federal Graduate PLUS loan. This loan can be borrowed to cover additional educational and living expenses.

影音先锋av资源,中文字幕,先锋av资源,xfplay-夜先锋资源The Graduate PLUS loan is by the Department of Education and interest starts accruing after the first disbursement of the loan.

Federal Work-Study Program:
Although work-study is not a loan, it is also a Federal Financial Aid program. FWS provides financial assistance through employment at the Wright Institute and other approved nonprofit agencies. Student wages are paid by the federal funds which are matched by the employer. Per federal regulations, students who are awarded FWS are limited to an average of twenty hours per week during the academic year and forty hours per week during approved periods when classes are not in session. In practice, students generally work on average between five and eight hours per week. The amount of FWS offered reflects both financial need and a reasonable projection of possible earnings at a rate of pay commensurate with the student's skills and experience. These funds are also limited by availability.

The Wright Institute Scholarship:
The Wright Institute is proud to offer its own scholarship to students with financial need as determined by FAFSA and the school's budget. All students are encouraged to apply. The Wright Scholarship is awarded at the end of a year and the link to application as well as hard copies of application will become available around that time.

For additional information on Federal Student Loans please visit:

Scholarship Information

Loan Information Websites

- click on Financial Aid Review (log-in with 4 digit FAFSA pin)

Loan Repayment programs

Health Professions Education Foundation (Loan Reimbursement; two distinct programs)

- Pays up to $10,000
- Pays up to $15,000

California Mental Health Services Act (Stipend)

- Pays up to $18,500

U.S.Department of Education PSLF (Public Service Loan Forgiveness) program

Loan information for international students

影音先锋av资源,中文字幕,先锋av资源,xfplay-夜先锋资源If you have questions about Financial Aid please feel free to contact Ken Souza, Associate Director of Financial Aid.

email: financialaid@s-esh.com
phone: 510-841-9230 ext.143
fax: 510-549-2591