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School In Los Angeles, California
Student HousingThrough an application process, FIDM arranges student housing in nearby privately owned and operated apartment complexes with locations in Los Angeles, Orange County, and San Diego. Numerous units in these apartment buildings have been reserved for FIDM Students only. This popular option creates an exciting community of FIDM Students in each location. Space is assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.
1 Bedroom & 1 Bath $899-941 per month.
2 Bedrooms 2 Baths $ 1199 - $120 per month.CAMPUS LIFE
The four FIDM campuses are: Los Angeles, an Francisco, Orange County, and San Diego. Each campus is strategically located in the cultural meccas of California, teeming with energy, activity, and creative jobs.
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Aid cannot be paid until the student registers and attends classes. Financial aid is disbursed/credited on a quarter-to-quarter basis, with the exception of external grants and stipends. Occasionally a student may have been awarded financial aid and cash payments that exceed tuition and fee expenses. In some instances, funds are not fully credited until the end of the academic year. These policies are not determined by the college, but by the federal or state government that issues the funds. Once excess funds are available, a check will be issued to the student.
Student are strongly encouraged to review and follow the Satisfactory Academic Progress guidance in the Student Consumer Information Handbook (available from the Student Financial Services Office). Most types of aid require the student to maintain at least half-time attendance. A student Financial Services Fiscal Counselor can answer questions about changes or new requirements.
Yes. The federal and state agencies administering these programs can change eligibility requirements or award amounts. The Student Financial Services staff can answer any questions about changes or new requirements.