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Office of Financial Aid

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Application Requirements for Early Decision Students  Early Decision Deadlines [pdf]

 

 

 

CSS PROFILE
Apply online: School Code 4607

Noncustodial PROFILE (if applicable)
ED1 - December 1

ED2 - February   1

 

 

 

The CSS PROFILE is required for all students who want to be considered for Pomona College institutional aid. The Profile is waived for students who are eligible to file the FAFSA, whose parents' total income is less than $40,000 and are eligible to file a 1040A or 1040EZ tax form.

Noncustodial parents must complete the Noncustodial Parent Profile (NCP).

International applicants from the following countries must submit the International Student Financial Aid Application (ISFAA) [pdf] because they are unable to complete the Profile or submit payment by credit card: Benin, Cameroon, Ghana, Nigeria, Togo, Cuba, Iran, North Korea and Sudan.
FAFSA

U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents
must complete the FAFSA to be considered
for federal and state aid programs.
February 1

 

 

 

Tax Documents

Submit the most recent U.S. tax form,
Forms W-2 and schedules used
to file the Federal Tax Return.
March 1

 

 

 

International applicants must submit a translated copy of their most recent tax document or earnings statement and the International Student Certification of Finances [pdf] . Additional information for international applicants can be found on our International Student page.

What is your financial aid eligibility at Pomona

Use the Net Price Calculator to estimate your prospective financial aid eligibility at Pomona College.

*The Net Price Calculator is not an official Offer of Financial Aid from Pomona College and in no way constitutes a guarantee of a financial aid award, nor is completion of the Net Price Calculator an application for Financial Aid.

A Commitment to Need-Based Financial Aid

Pomona College is one of a handful of institutions which practice need-blind admissions and provide need-based financial aid.  We actively encourage all qualified applicants to consider Pomona, regardless of whether they can afford the full cost of attending. Alumni and other donors continue to support the tradition of access and affordability with generous contributions to the endowment and current use funds which allow us to maintain our long-standing financial aid program. Any family who feels they may need help paying for a Pomona education is welcome to apply for aid. If admitted, applicants can be confident that their full financial need as determined by Pomona’s aid office will be met.

Pomona’s financial aid is awarded solely based on need; there are no merit scholarships. We consider an applicant's talents and achievements only in relation to admission. Academic and athletic merits are not considered when awarding aid. Need is determined through a careful review of each family's individual financial circumstances.  Personal attention is given to every admitted student's aid application. We also take into account special circumstances, and use experience and judgment in determining aid awards. The full need of every admitted student is met for all four years, based on information that we receive from your family each year, through grants and a campus job.  No student is required to take a loan to meet the cost of attending Pomona. Still, some families may consider loans to help finance the expected family contribution. 

Prospective students applying for financial aid should refer to our Application Deadlines for a comprehensive list of required materials and deadlines. The FAFSA is a free form that determines eligibility for federal aid; the CSS Profile (a fee based application) helps us to determine eligibility for Pomona financial aid.

Enrolled Pomona students should refer to Understanding Your Financial Aid [pdf] to review Pomona's Financial Aid policies and procedures for the current year.

Staff
Name/ContactTitlePhoneFax
Mary A. BookerDirector (909) 621-8205(909) 607-7941
Melissa LukensAssociate Director (909) 621-8205(909) 607-7941
Jessica StanfordCounselor (909) 621-8205(909) 607-7941
Evan  PersonsCounselor (909) 621-8205(909) 607-7941
Yamili CoronelAdministrative Assistant (909) 621-8205(909) 607-7941

Mailing AddressPomona College, Financial Aid, 550 N. College Avenue, Claremont, CA 91711

Phone(909) 621-8205

Fax(909) 607-7941

Campus LocationAlexander Hall

financial.aid@pomona.edu