Receive College Credit for Your Past Training and Experience
Download our transfer credit guide to see how school and work experiences could save you money.
Transfer up to 75% of your qualifying credits, which can lead to major tuition savings and allow you to graduate in as little as 9 months.
Receive college credit for previous work or military experience that relates to your degree program.
Nearly 50% of all AIU students earn transfer credit based on past college and title experience.
Make Your Time and Money Go Further
No Hidden Costs
Required books, materials and fees - they're all included in your program price. You never have to worry about any additional out-of-pocket costs.
Skip What You Already Know
Spend your time focusing on what you need to learn, not reviewing the topics you already know. Our one-of-a-kind intellipath™ platform makes it possible.
AIU Grants and Scholarships
These grants and scholarships—which don’t need to be repaid—can make a big difference in your schooling costs:
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AIU Online Advantage Grant
$500–$1,000 for students with extreme personal and/or financial hardships
Career Education Scholarship Fund (CESF)
$500 to $2,000 to recognize students with an inspiring motivation to complete a degree
Alumni Referral Scholarship
$1,000 for students referred to AIU by our alumn
AIU Online Lifelong Learning Grant
Up to $1,000 for undergraduate alumni to pursue an AIU Online graduate degree
AIU Online Success Grant
Up to $2,000 for students successful during the first year in their program
AIU Online Academic Educational Alliances Grant
5%–20% of tuition costs for students who have previously attended an institution with which AIU has a signed articulation agreement
Benefits for Military Students
We hold our military students in high regard and are proud to help you get to where you want to be next with special tuition discounts.
Phil Olson, Vice President of Financial Aid for AIU, set the record straight on common financial aid misconceptions and myths.
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Classes Start April 1, 2020