VCU’s Student Financial Services is made up of the Student Financial Management Center, Office of Financial Aid and Student Accounting.
The Student Financial Management Center serves as a central hub for financial outreach, literacy and management to VCU students, parents and families. SFMC's goal is to provide personalized experiences on matters concerning financial wellness, as well as managing debt, budgeting and planning for the future. Contact our financial counselors for questions related to financial planning, billing, financial aid and more.
The Office of Financial Aid provides a variety of services to help students afford higher education via grants, scholarships, work-study employment and loans. The Office of Financial Aid administers and distributes funds from federal, state, institutional and private fund sources. We also offer one-on-one appointments for students, their parents, faculty and staff.
Virginia Commonwealth University is a member of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators. As a member of NASFAA, VCU's Office of Financial Aid employees abide by the Statement of Ethical Principles. NASFAA has developed a code of conduct in response to changing business practices in the student loan industry. Visit the NASFAA website for more information.
Student Accounting coordinates the assessment, billing and collection of tuition, housing and dining charges, as well as other university fees. Student Accounting also processes scholarships from outside VCU, bills third parties for student charges and issues refunds to eligible students.