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Undergraduate Financial Aid

Undergraduate Financial Aid

Information for Dual-Degree Students

Students enrolled in an approved dual undergraduate/graduate degree program are able to receive a bachelor's degree and a master's degree within a shorter time period than it would take to earn the two degrees separately.

Financial Aid Implications

As a dual-degree student, you are considered an undergraduate until you have fulfilled your undergraduate degree requirements, and should file your FAFSA and CSS PROFILE as an undergrad. Once you complete your undergraduate degree requirements, you are considered a graduate student. Federal loan eligibility will increase for most students because of the higher graduate student borrowing maximum. If you have specific questions about how your financial aid may be affected, please contact our office.