International students studying on an F-1 or J-1 student visa are eligible for merit-based aid consideration as part of the admission process and are typically notified of financial aid awards at the time of admission.
Apply to Your Program
If you are admitted, your program may offer you aid.
Review Your Estimated Cost of Attendance
Review your estimated Cost of Attendance, which may vary depending on factors such as your choice of housing and meal plan.
If you need additional funding or financing, review options such as external scholarships, private loans, and monthly payment plans. If you have exhausted all of these options and are in need of additional scholarship aid, you can fill out the Financial Aid Appeal Application.
Bachelor's Program for Adults and Transfer Students
If you are admitted to or enrolled in the Bachelor's Program for Adults and Transfer Students and are seeking need-based financial aid, you should submit the International Student Aid Application.
This application is used only for this academic program.
The priority deadline is 30 days after you receive your offer of admission. Financial aid is normally renewed from year to year for students who meet enrollment requirements and are making progress toward completing their degree.