Independence University and the financial aid process
Regardless of your current financial situation, you may qualify for some type of financial aid. With grants, scholarships,1 state and federal funding, and private loans, financial assistance could help make college affordable.
The federal government offers financial aid for many students. If you’re on active duty, a veteran, or a military spouse, you could get additional military benefits.
Some states offer scholarships, grants, and need-based assistance for residents. We’ll help you see if you can qualify for financial aid in your state.
As a nonprofit university, we invest in our students with grants, scholarships, and affordable tuition payment plans.
Many private companies offer loans and grants for students. Let IU help you explore these options.
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FINANCIAL AID GUIDE
You don’t have to be a straight-A student or down to your last dollar to qualify for financial aid. Many grants and scholarships are made for everyday adults, just like you, who want to better their life.
FINANCIAL AID QUESTIONS
HOW DO I APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID?
Start by filling out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) to find out how much federal government financial aid you might qualify for. Then talk to one of our financial planners to learn more about your options.
WHAT IS IU's FEDERAL SCHOOL FAFSA CODE?
If you would like Independence University to put together a financial aid plan for you, enter our school code, 003674, on your FAFSA.
WHERE CAN I FIND MORE INFO ABOUT FEDERAL STUDENT AID?
FINANCIAL AID MAKES TUITION MORE AFFORDABLE
In a recent school year, more than half of U.S. undergrads received financial aid in some form from the federal government,2 which awards over $150 billion in grants, loans, and work study every year.
Most prospective students are eligible for aid of some kind. Our friendly financial planners will help you get all the financial aid you qualify for.