IIA awards funds according to need, regardless of sex, age, disability, race, creed, or national orgin of the applicant. Need is defined as the difference between a student's cost of attendance and the amount you and your family are expected to contribute toward your education. Need is determined by evaluating the information students provide on an aid application. Factors such as income, assets, and family size are considered in determining the need for aid.
To receive financial aid, the student must:
Have financial need
Not be in default or owe an overpayment on any SFA programs
Be a U.S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen
Have a valid Social Security Number
Register with Selective Service (if male)
Maintain satisfactory progress according to IIA standards