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Tuition, Financial Aid and Scholarships

Tuition and Fees

Please reference current tuition and fees on Alliant's Tuition and Cost of Attendance page.

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Financial aid is a necessary and valuable resource for many pursuing higher education. Alliant has compiled some informative tools to help guide you in understanding and selecting your various options. The first step to applying for financial aid is filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The Alliant Federal Code is 011117. Please view our financial aid resources on our website here.

Teach Grant

A TEACH Grant is federal student aid that can help you to pay for your teaching credential if you plan to become a teacher in a high-need field in a low-income area. Find out more details and requirements about the federal TEACH Grant program and review this TEACH Grant Fact Sheet (PDF).

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Scholarships

Alliant believes that scholarships are an important recognition of achievement and represent a commitment towards future success. We have assembled various listings and search engines for third-party scholarship opportunities available here.

In addition to those scholarship opportunities, the Hufstedler School of Education offers its own competitive scholarships within the following programs for eligible students. Scholarships aare limited and competitive, with priority given to those applicants who meet the priority deadlines established for each program.

School Psychology Scholarships

  • Alliant Master’s in School Psychology Scholarship
    $1000 per academic year. Merit-based award for individuals with a minimum qualification of a 3.5 or higher cumulative undergraduate GPA who wish to enter the master’s program in School Psychology through Alliant’s Hufstedler School of Education. Continuation of award is contingent upon student’s academic success and positive contributions to the program.
     
  • Alliant Doctorate in Educational Psychology Scholarship
    $2500 per academic year. Merit-based award for individuals with a minimum qualification of a 3.7 or higher cumulative GPA who wish to enter the doctoral program in Educational Psychology through Alliant’s Hufstedler School of Education. Continuation of award is contingent upon student’s academic success and positive contributions to the program. Renewable one-time; applies only to pre-dissertation coursework.

TESOL Scholarships

  • Alliant TESOL Partnership Scholarship - UCSD
    $1000, one-time only award to students completing the Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) certificate from the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) who wish to enter the master’s or doctoral program in TESOL through Alliant’s Hufstedler School of Education.
  • Alliant TESOL Partnership Scholarship - SDSU
    $1000, one-time only award to students completing the Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) certificate from San Diego State University (SDSU) who wish to enter the master’s or doctoral program in TESOL through Alliant’s Hufstedler School of Education.
  • Alliant Doctorate in TESOL Scholarship
    Maximum of $3000 per academic year divided evenly between fall and spring semesters for full-time students (9 units per semester), or a maximum of $2000 divided evenly between fall and spring semesters for part-time students (6 units per semester). Continuation of award is contingent upon student’s academic success and positive contributions to the program. Applies only to pre-dissertation coursework.

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