Calculators

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    Financial Aid Estimator

    Estimate how much financial aid a student might receive at UC Santa Cruz using our net price calculator. This tool is intended to provide a rough idea of types and amounts of aid based on the information that is input.
  • Summer Grant Calculator

    The Summer Grant Calculator is a tool you can use to help estimate the total grant amount you may receive for summer. This calculator generates an estimate based on the information you provide. If the information you provide is incorrect, your estimate may differ significantly from the final awards offered. The estimates produced by this tool are not the actual amounts that will be offered in your summer financial aid package. All estimates are subject to the availability of funding.

    Note:

    • Students with a Pell eligible EFC (less than 5711) enrolled in 6 or more credits may be eligible for grant funding.
    • Students participating in Summer Intercampus, UCSC Faculty Led or UCEAP study abroad programs enrolled in 6 or more credits may be eligible for grant funding. 
  • Summer Edge Calculator

    You can use our Summer Edge Calculator to get an estimate of the total grant amount you may receive for Summer Edge. We encourage you to complete your 2020-21 financial aid application first and use the expected family contribution (EFC) from this application to get an estimate. You can also use the EFC determined by your 2021-22 financial aid application. This calculator generates an estimate based on the information you provide. If the information you provide is incorrect, your estimate may differ significantly from the final awards offered. All estimates are subject to the availability of funding.
  • Payment Estimator

    The Payment Estimator is a tool to help estimate how much you will owe for the next quarter after your accepted financial aid credits your student account.
  • Withdrawal Calculator

    *Please use Internet Explorer to open the Withdrawal Calculator.

    Students who receive financial aid and withdraw during the middle of a term, may have to repay some of the aid they receive. This guide provides information for students who withdraw during a term.  Use this calculator to estimate how much aid you will have to repay.

  • Federal Direct Loan Calculators

    This page contains Federal Direct Loan interest rates, repayment calculators and a personal budget calculator.
  • Loan Repayment Calculator

    The finaid.org Loan Payment Calculator computes an estimate of the size of your monthly loan payments and the annual salary required to manage them without too much financial difficulty.
  • More Calculators

    FinAid.org provides several custom calculators to help figure out how much school will cost, how much you need to save and how much aid you'll need.