Students applying for AIC Grants and Scholarships must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), including any required verification information. Enrolled members of American Indian Tribes must apply for Tribal funding before grants and scholarships are applied.
Grants and scholarships vary in amount and are based on need, academic achievement, and/or social life. Unless otherwise indicated, a committee appointed by the President will administer these scholarships and grants. AIC reserves the right to adjust any institutional awards whenever the scholarship, combined with other financial aid programs, exceeds the total cost of education or when a recipient no longer is showing satisfactory progress academically or in Christian citizenship.
All institutional grant and scholarship recipients must live in campus housing unless they are married, have dependents, and/or live with their parent(s).
The combination of all institutional grants and institutional scholarships cannot exceed the total amount of tuition, books, fees, and campus housing (if applicable). Students must fulfill all Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements to be eligible for a tuition grant or scholarship.