Consumer Information for Students & Parents

Alliant international University is committed to providing clear and accurate information to all prospective and current students. In pursuit of this goal, and in compliance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, this page presents a variety of policies, procedures, and other important information and disclosures for prospective/current students, parents, employees, and the public. Please note that due to the evolving nature of federal, state, and institutional guidelines, the information contained here is subject to change.

Academic Information

If you have any questions about Alliant, please review the Academic Catalog and/or contact 866.825.5426.


Institutional Information


Financial Aid Information

Contact Information for Assistance in Obtaining Institutional or Financial Aid Information
If you have any questions regarding financial aid, please contact us at 858.635.4700 or you can email your questions directly to financialaid@alliant.edu.

Financial aid is available for students primarily through federal student loans; however, students are encouraged to pursue grants and private scholarships as well. International students are not eligible for federal financial aid; however, they may qualify for scholarships or grants at the San Diego or Irvine campuses.

Award years
New financial aid award years begin on July 1st of each year. The Financial Aid Office will be able to answer any specific questions regarding how these changes might or might not affect you and your financial aid award for the upcoming school year.

Loan Tools/Calculators

  • National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS)
    Anytime a borrower receives a federal loan or grant the information is submitted to the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS). Students are able to log in and access all of their federal loan and grant information.

Loan Repayment Estimators/Plans
These loan calculators are helpful resources that provide estimates of what your loan repayment options and amounts might be. All results are estimates based on information that you will provide and cannot be considered an offer or promise of any kind as to your actual loan repayment amounts. Loan amounts, interest rates, repayment plans and the length of repayment can all change and will affect the actual monthly payment amount you may need to make along with your total amount repaid at the end of your loan terms.

  • Loan Repayment Plans
    This federal resource provides a variety of helpful information regarding your repayment options for federal loans. Please note that the federal government has the right to change the terms of each plan at any time, including eliminating and adding plans. Students also have the right to change plans per federal regulations.
  • Federal Loan Repayment Estimator
    The federal student aid Repayment Estimator is a tool that helps students estimate what their potential monthly loan payment may be based on the repayment plan selected. Please note that not all loans are eligible for all repayment plans, and any private loan repayment plans are at the discretion of the lender.
  • Student Loan Affordability Calculator (Based On Expected Salary)
    This tool helps calculate how much student loan debt you can take on with your future expected salary.
  • PAYE (Pay As You Earn) Repayment Calculator
    Students with have high student loan debt, a low income level, or both, may wish to leverage the Pay As You Earn (PAYE) Repayment option.
  • IBR (Income Based Repayment) Calculator
    The IBR Plan was enacted as part of the College Cost Reduction and Access Act of 2007. It is best for borrowers who are experiencing financial difficulty, have low income compared with their debt, or who are pursuing a career in public service.
  • ICR (Income Contingent Repayment) Calculator
    The ICR Plan is designed to make repaying education loans easier for students who intend to pursue jobs with lower salaries, such as careers in public service.

Price of Attendance

The price of attendance includes estimates of direct and indirect costs. Direct costs include tuition, fees, books/supplies and other applicable costs. Indirect costs include estimates of other living expenses, transportation and personal expenses.

  • Tuition & Fees
    Tuition rates and fees may change at any time without prior notice.
  • Net Price Calculator (NPC)
    The NPC provides an estimated net price to attend Alliant International University for first-time, full-time freshman. Please note that the results do not represent a final determination, or actual award, of financial assistance, or a final net price; it is an estimate based on cost of attendance and financial aid provided to students in a previous year. Cost of attendance and financial aid availability change year to year. Also, please note this calculator is not intended for transfer, readmitted, international, graduate, part time or continuing students.
  • Student Financial Aid Information
  • Student Loan Information
  • State Grant Assistance (California)
  • Veterans and Military
    Alliant International University is committed to serving our military community. We appreciate and recognize the service and sacrifices of our nation’s active and veteran military personnel and their families.

Health and Safety Information


Emergency Response and Evacuation Procedures

  • Missing Student Policy
  • Sexual Harassment Policy and Title IX
    Title IX is a federal law that prohibits schools from discriminating on the basis of sex. Title IX discrimination on the basis of sex includes sexual harassment, gender-based harassment, sexual violence, sexual assault, any form of sexual misconduct, stalking, and intimate partner violence (domestic and dating violence). The University’s Title IX compliance coordinator is:Mary Oling-Sisay, EdD
    Vice President for Student Affairs Policy Assurance
    Alliant International University
    10455 Pomerado Road
    San Diego, California 92131
    (858) 635-4701Inquiries or complaints regarding the application of Title IX and its implementing regulations may be referred to the University’s Title IX compliance coordinator or the Office of Civil Rights (U.S. Department of Education, 50 Beale Street, Suite 7200, San Francisco, CA 94105).

Program Disclosures & Student Outcomes

Successful completion of Alliant programs by itself does not provide licensure or certification in any state, regardless of concentration or specialization. Alliant cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible for licensure, pass licensure exams, or become licensed. The examination and licensure processes may change at any time, and varies by state and profession; all applicants and students have sole responsibility for understanding the current set of requirements determined by the Board and other governing agencies applicable to their profession and ensuring fulfillment of requirements to prepare for and meet licensure requirements in their state.


Other Resources

  • College Scorecard
    The College Scorecard provides national data on college cost, graduation, debt, and post-college earnings.
  • College Navigator
    A free consumer information tool designed to help students, parents, and others gain information about a variety of colleges. They include general information, tuition and fees, retention and graduation rates, and a variety of other helpful information.