Financial Aid for Undergraduates
Alliant International University has created a comprehensive program that further improves access and affordability, assisting students affected by California’s budget cuts to education. Alliant starts with one of the lowest private-university tuitions in California and we will work with you individually to develop a plan to finance your education.
Undergraduate Scholarship Program
Alliant offers students scholarships to help make education affordable. University, school and merit based scholarships are available.
All domestic undergraduate students are eligible for scholarships based on a designated percentage of tuition cost. These awards start at 20% and increase each year as you progress toward your degree.
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Academic Excellence Scholarship
Students with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above are awarded an additional $1,000 scholarship each year for academic excellence.
Exceptional students who exhibit leadership skills and academic excellence may apply for a $7,000 President’s Scholarship. Applicants must hold a GPA of 3.5 or higher and have completed at least 60-units (including transfer units). This scholarship requires students to submit an application and short essay.
Want to know more?
Our admissions team is here to help you. Give us a call at 1-866-825-5426 or send an email to email@example.com to speak with an admissions advisor.
Those preparing for college or completing a degree at Alliant can access additional financial aid resources:
- How to apply for financial aid at Alliant - (PDF)
- Alliant Financial Aid Checklist - (PDF)
- General Information for College for students, by students
- Notice of Federal Student Financial Aid Penalties for Drug Law V - (PDF)
*To be eligible for university scholarships, students must meet minimum admission requirements and be enrolled full-time. Scholarships are for domestic students only. Contact admissions to speak to a representative about scholarship options for international students.
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