Financial Support

Students who are eligible for the 1887 Code will find a unique discount code in the financial aid section of Zagweb. This code can be used when paying for select events and opportunities in CASHNet. The availability and amount of the discount will vary by program, check with the organizer for more details.

Locating your 1887 Code: 


This program helps subsidize broadband services through monthly and one-time subsidy options. Your household may be eligible if you have a Pell Grant recipient or have experience significant income loss since February 2020.

Visit their website to check if you qualify and apply.

Gonzaga has received funding through the American Rescue Plan (ARP) for emergency grant funds for students. Visit Financial Aid’s page to see what the funding can be used for, how to qualify, and how to apply. 
If you are an international student and need financial support, visit Financial Aid’s page to learn more about eligibility requirements and how to apply.

Payment Plans
If you would benefit in spacing out your tuition payment into monthly payments, explore Financial Aid’s payment plan to see if it would work for you. Payment plan information and application information available

Financial Aid Appeals
If you and/or your family have experienced hardship or you do not believe that your FAFSA shows your families whole financial picture, consider filing a financial aid appeal. Visit Financial Aid’s page to learn more about what circumstances they can take into consideration.


After learning of the devastating effect that COVID-19 was having on youth and young adults who experienced foster care, Congress voted to provide over $400 million in emergency pandemic relief programs to current and former foster youth. Each state has different programs and eligibility requirements. 


Treehouse is partnering with the Department of Children, Youth, & Families (DCYF) to distribute $1.65 million in pandemic relief funds to foster care alumni between now and September 30, 2021. The purpose of this funding is to help young adult alumni of foster care recover and stabilize from the financial hardships caused by the pandemic.

Learn more here.