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The estimated cost of attendance is provided by USC Financial Aid. The School of Architecture awards annual merit scholarships to continuing architecture students who have completed one year of study.


USC Undergraduate Estimate of Costs
Financial Aid

USC has a long tradition of meeting 100 percent of the USC-determined financial need for undergraduate students who meet all deadlines and eligibility requirements. The financial aid program includes need-based grants, merit scholarships, low-interest loans and federal work-study programs for undergraduates.


Students must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents, and must meet all other eligibility requirements, to be eligible for federal, state and university financial aid programs.

 

In addition to applying for need-based aid through the University’s Office of Financial Aid, continuing undergraduate architecture students may apply for various donor-supported scholarships.


Related link: USC Undergraduate Financial Aid