The Haas Financial Aid Office at the University of California, Berkeley exists to help students efficiently secure the best federal, institutional, and outside funding to achieve their degrees.
Berkeley-Haas students receive several forms of financial assistance, which can include federal and private loans, Haas Scholarships, and instructorships. Please review the web pages on the left under this main Financial Aid tab and the webpages under the tab applicable to your program for the estimated costs, types of aid, and financial aid procedures.
We are committed to assisting students explore all the financing options available and in doing so, building a financial bridge to your academic endeavors. During your experience at Berkeley-Haas, our office is your main point of contact, rather than the University's Financial Aid and Scholarships Office.
Haas Financial Aid Office
S546 Student Services Building, #1900
Berkeley, CA 94720-1900
To maintain eligibility for federal and institutional aid, you must maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP). All graduate students are expected to maintain a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 for continued participation in the program and graduation. If your GPA falls below the minimum, you will be placed on academic probation and may become ineligible for the undisbursed portion of any federal loan. Further, students must successfully complete at least 67% of attempted units both cumulatively and in each term that they are enrolled, including terms in which a student withdraws. There is a maximum time frame for receiving aid, therefore students who do not meet the guidelines noted above are encouraged to contact our office for more specific guidance as this maximum varies by program.
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There is an update for the 1098-T for 2016. The National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) provides this information to students and parents solely for informational purposes and it is not intended to tax or legal advice. For more information, see IRS Publication 970 or consult a qualified tax advisor.