My Financial Aid
Financial aid is money that is provided to help bridge the gap between your own resources and the amount of money needed to pay the cost of attending college. Approximately 70 percent of Cleveland State's students receive some form of financial assistance. The University participates in or administers all of the major federal and state grant and loan programs. In addition, Cleveland State provides University grants and scholarships.
Click on the Financial Aid Roadmap to learn more about the step-by-step process.
Click on any of the links below for specific information:
Understanding the Cost of Attendance
Applying for Financial Aid
Completing Next Steps in CampusNet
Types of Financial Aid
Maintaining Financial Aid Eligibility & Compliance
Exiting Cleveland State University (Post-Graduation or Post-Withdrawal)
- Loan Exit Counseling (Online via StudentAid.gov)
- Perkins Loan Repayment & Exit Loan Interview
For more information on student financial aid, please visit the Financial Aid Office.