AIU Grants & Scholarships

AIU offers an assortment of grants and scholarships—which don’t require repayment—to help make college more affordable for our students.

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AIU Grants & Scholarships by Location

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Grants and Scholarships for Military Students

AIU recognizes the service and sacrifice of our military students. We believe that all military servicemembers should have affordable access to a quality postsecondary education.

Active military undergraduate students receive a 45% tuition reduction at AIU. This rate is also available for reserve U.S. servicemembers.

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Besides the financial aid available to all AIU students who qualify, we’ve established four grant and scholarship programs for active-duty military servicemembers, veterans, and their families:

Grants and Scholarships for International Students

AIU International Scholarship

(Atlanta, Houston and Online)

The AIU International Scholarship is awarded to international students whose academic record is considered worthy of recognition. The scholarship award can be up to $8,000 per academic year and is to be used toward tuition and fees for study in any bachelor’s or master’s degree program. The scholarship will be disbursed proportionately throughout the length of each program. Students who receive the scholarship for a bachelor’s program and wish to continue in a master’s program must reapply to receive the scholarship for that program.

AIU International Student Grant

AIU has established a grant in order to assist eligible international students from select countries interested in attending a degree program at AIU. To be eligible for the International Student Grant, a student must be referred by a third-party that has a written agreement with AIU. Students who are eligible to receive Title IV funds are not eligible for this Grant.

AIU Language Center Grant for International Students

AIU has established a grant in the name of its language center partners in order to assist international students interested in attending a degree program at AIU. To be eligible for this Grant, a student must be referred by a language center that has a written agreement with AIU. Students who are eligible to receive Title IV funds are not eligible for this Grant.

Eligibility for AIU's grants and scholarships varies by program. See the University Catalog for full details and conditions.

Financial aid is available for those who qualify. University grants or scholarships are based on established criteria as published in the University's catalog and are awarded after verification that the conditions of eligibility have been met.

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​gibill.

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