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Financial Aid and Scholarships

Understand your school funding options.

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Student Finance
(858) 635-4700

SF@alliant.edu 

Financial Aid Office
(858) 635-4700
(858) 635-4848 (fax)

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Learn How to Pay for Your Education

Your education is an investment in your future, and with Alliant International University, it can be an affordable investment. We offer federal financial aid and scholarships for U.S. citizens and legal residents. If you are like the majority of college students, you will need financial assistance to meet the costs of your degree.

Our financial aid office is committed to providing assistance to qualified students who would otherwise be unable to pursue their educational and professional goals. We know that paying for college is a serious matter. 

Alliant has created a comprehensive program that further improves access and affordability, assisting students affected by California’s budget cuts to education. Financing is available in the form of scholarships, grants, part-time employment, and loans. The federal government, state government, Alliant, and private sources finance these programs.

Explore the ways to finance your education below. We can also help answer any questions you may have about applying for aid, scholarships, or our tuition and fees if you need additional information.

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Alliant Admissions

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Applying for Financial Aid

Alliant can help you secure aid from various federal financial aid programs, including grants and low-interest loans. This step-by-step guide explains how to apply for financial aid.

Learn About The Application Process

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Undergraduate Financial Aid

Financial aid is available for undergraduates enrolled in programs in the form of merit-based and need-based grants, loans and scholarships. Students may be eligible for teacher licensure grants, direct loans and the Federal Work Study (FWS) Program.

See Financial Aid Options

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Graduate Financial Aid

Financial aid is available for graduate and professional degree students in the form of institutional and outside scholarships, as well as loans. Federal programs provide students with the opportunity to fund their masters or doctoral degree program.

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Scholarships

Scholarships are an ideal way to pay for college. Private and public scholarships can help you meet the cost of your education. Like grants, scholarships provide money for college that you don’t have to pay back.

See Scholarship Opportunities