The Washington Program’s mission is to provide the highest quality experiential learning program for UC Davis undergraduates by offering professional development and internship opportunities that help inform students' transition from study to professional practice.
Students attending the Washington D.C. program during the summer may be eligible for financial aid. Students will need to have a 2019-2020 FAFSA or Dream Application on file and be enrolled in a minimum of 6 units to be eligible for financial aid. Visit our Eligibility Requirements section for additional information on how to be eligible for summer aid.
Students attending the Washington D.C. program will be awarded summer aid alongside other students attending summer courses in mid to late May. Students will be notified via email that their summer aid awards have been posted and are available to view. For additional information regarding summer aid available for students visit our Types of Financial Aid section.
Students are also encouraged to use the Summer Estimator to get an estimate of the eligible aid (available in mid-March).
Please visit the Washington D.C. program website for additional information regarding this program.