State Aid Programs

For certain AIU campus locations, there are state-sponsored alternatives to federal and private financial aid that can be valuable resources for those seeking to continue their education.


(Atlanta Campus Only)

The GTEG program provides non-repayment grants to eligible full-time Georgia residents who are attending AIU. To receive the GTEG you must meet all eligibility requirements and must be a legal resident of Georgia for a minimum of twelve consecutive months immediately preceding the date of registration for the school term for which this grant is being sought.

HOPE SCHOLARSHIP (State of Georgia)

(Atlanta Campus Only)

The HOPE Scholarship is designed to provide financial assistance for Georgia students attending AIU. Students must meet the Georgia residency requirements, have graduated from an eligible Georgia high school in 1996 or later as a Hope Scholar or have earned a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 throughout their college career. Other eligibility requirements may apply. To learn more, please visit

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