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AIU students may take a shorter, more cost-efficient path to graduation by transferring qualifying credit from courses previously completed at a recognized institution. AIU undergraduate students with prior college experience, who provided an official transcript, typically transfer-in about 37 quarter credits or approximately 8 courses. Find out more about the AIU transfer credit policy in our University Catalog.
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AIU is a military-supportive university proud to offer a military tuition rate3 for active duty military students that is up to 45% lower than our civilian rate and, for their spouses, a 10% tuition grant. We also offer an evaluation of military training for qualifying credit.4
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Are you planning to use the AIU Veterans Grant?5
AIU offers the Veterans Grant to military veterans who have not been dishonorably discharged and are not using the Chapter 33 Post 9/11 GI Bill® benefits.
Are you planning to apply for the AIU Military Spouse Grant?5
AIU offers the Military Spouse Grant to spouses of active-duty and drilling servicemembers not using Chapter 33 Post 9/11 GI Bill® benefits.
Educational Corporate Alliance Savings
AIU is proud to have established educational corporate alliances with many companies where company employees, their spouses and eligible dependents can receive tuition grants.2
To learn more or see if your company is eligible, contact your HR department or ask for assistance from an AIU Admissions Advisor.
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AIU students may work for a company or organization that offers tuition reimbursement to employees who are focused on pursuing their education.
If you know how much your employer offers for tuition reimbursement toward a degree program, enter it here. If you are unsure, contact your HR department to see if you are eligible.
There are many outside resources that may be available to help reduce the cost of your education. These can include federal and state grants or third-party scholarships.
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AIU includes the cost of books and fees* in our estimate, so you can be confident that the calculated amount shown here is a reasonable estimate of the cost to pursue your degree, based on the information you provided.
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*At AIU, students who are enrolled through a ground campus may have the option of taking courses throughout the program in two delivery methods, on-campus or online. Please note that not all courses will be available in both delivery methods each session. For the purposes of this calculator, selection of Atlanta or Houston uses the on-campus, full-time options to estimate tuition, fees, pacing and graduation date. Book costs vary by program. This calculator assumes a rate of $400 per term for books and a per credit rate based on total tuition divided by total program credits. Students who are taking more than four or less than three courses in a term are charged at a different tuition rate. Additional fees may apply for students taking courses online.
**This calculator is designed to give you a general idea of how much it may cost to complete a degree program at AIU based on the information that you have provided and assumes you will pass all of your courses as scheduled. Since the assumptions that you relied on to reach the estimated program cost and graduation date shown may change, you should discuss the total cost of, and time to complete, your program at AIU with an Admissions Advisor prior to enrollment. Transfer credit is not guaranteed until the official transcript is evaluated. Nothing displayed on this page is intended as an offer.
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.
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