We offer generous financial assistance to students with demonstrated need as determined by the HUC-JIR office of Financial Aid.
More than 80% of our student population receive this generous assistance throughout their years of study. In addition to our tuition scholarships, which covers over 50% tuition coverage, there are also opportunities to receive full scholarships and in some cases additional stipends through our various in-house scholarship programs starting in your second year of studies.
Financial aid comes in two forms: tuition scholarship grants from the College-Institute and access to Federal Stafford Loans.
To apply for an HUC-JIR tuition scholarship you must fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the award year you are attending using our school code. For best results, please wait until the calendar year you are planning to attend. International Students must also fill out the CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE®, an online application that helps locate financial aid from sources outside of the federal government.
We do not currently make our internal scholarships publically available on our website. For more information please contact the financial aid office.
In addition to HUC-JIR's Scholarships there are many additional outside scholarships which students may also apply for. We've compiled a list of some of these scholarships to help you with your research, which includes basic information about the scholarship as well as the deadline and contact information for you to apply.
The cost of attendance (COA) is the estimated full and reasonable cost of completing a full year as a full-time student. This includes:
The Net Price Calculator is a tool that students can use to estimate their “net price” to attend a particular college or university. Net price is the difference between the “sticker” price (full cost) to attend a specific college, minus any grants and scholarships for which students may be eligible. Sticker price includes direct charges (tuition and fees, room and board) and indirect costs (books and supplies, transportation, and personal expenses).