FIDM offers several different types of financial assistance. You may apply for federal and state grants and loans, merit-based tuition scholarships, work-study programs, and browse our Career Center listings for part-time employment. FIDM is also military friendly school and accepts most VA (Veterans Affairs) education benefits for veterans, spouses, and dependents.
There are several types of grants and loans offered. You must start by filling out a FAFSA form. More about Grants & Loans.
FIDM offers several scholarships, and there are many scholarship programs available through other organizations for which you may be eligible. More about FIDM Scholarships.
Enrolled students may also apply for a Work-Study program. Aid received from this program consists of wages paid for work. Earnings are not applied to the student's account at FIDM. Students interested in participating in this program must contact FIDM's Student Advisement Office.
You must start by filling out a FAFSA form. Here's how to get started:
FIDM's calculation for average cost of living is based on surveys completed by our students to compute the student's cost of attendance. Learn More