Welcome to Student Financial Services.
Our team is dedicated to supporting you through the many financial stages of your VCU experience. From understanding and applying for financial aid to planning a budget while you're in school and beyond, our staff and financial counselors are here to help.
Virginia Resident Tuition Scholarship
VCU is pleased to offer undergraduate Virginia residents a one-time tuition scholarship to offset the 3% tuition increase in the 2022-2023 academic year. This tuition scholarship effectively keeps a zero percent tuition increase for undergraduate Virginia residents for the fourth consecutive academic year.
Learn more about the Virginia Resident Tuition Scholarship.
Amazon Career Choice
VCU is delighted to be an Amazon Career Choice partner. Career Choice is an innovative program designed to upskill Amazon employees and enable them to pursue their career goals either at Amazon or elsewhere.
VCU Child Development Center opportunity for Pell-eligible students
The VCU Child Development Center (CDC) has been awarded a CCAMPIS Project grant, which offers eligible students a $700 monthly scholarship toward their child's tuition to the CDC. This opportunity is available to all Pell-eligible students; eligibility for graduate students will be based on a FAFSA expected family contribution (EFC) of $5,846 or less.
Important dates and deadlines
2022-2023 FAFSA becomes available: Oct. 1, 2021
2022-2023 FAFSA priority deadline: Feb. 1, 2022
Get in touch with a financial counselor:
- Current students can log in to Navigate to schedule an appointment or call Student Services at (804) 828-1550.
- If you're a prospective student, email email@example.com for assistance.
The Virtual Student Services Center also can help you find answers to questions about tuition and fees, bills and payments, financial aid and more. It features a live chat option and is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.