Financing Your Education

Tuition and Fees

Tuition is contingent upon the number of credits each student is registered for per semester. AIC charges $250/credit per academic semester for all degree and non-degree courses at AIC.
The following is an expense sheet for a student registered for 15 credit hours:

UNDERGRADUATE TUITION $3750/semester
GRADUATE TUITION $2250/semester
BOOKS AND SUPPLIES $600/semester
HOUSING $500/month (single occupancy)
  $375/month (double occupancy)
APPLICATION FEE $25 one-time fee
DROP FEE (Processing fee) $20/occurrence
LIBRARY FEE 25 cents/day for late materials
TECHNOLOGY SERVICES FEE $50/semester
CREDIT BY EXAMINATION $40/credit
TRANSCRIPT $3/request
PARKING $199/month
RETURNED CHECK FEE $35/occurrence
RE-ISSUE LOST ID $25/occurrence

 

American Islamic College has finance plans in the form of monthly installments to best assist students’ needs.

Financial Aid

Currently, there is no Federal Aid (FAFSA) available for AIC academic programs. AIC grants financial assistance awards each year to students who demonstrate financial need. A financial aid award will not exceed the difference between estimated college costs and the anticipated support from all other sources. Students who wish to receive financial assistance must submit the AIC Financial Aid Form by the designated deadline. Financial assistance is limited; students are encouraged to apply early.

Continuation of financial assistance to students who have been awarded aid is contingent upon maintenance of good academic standing. Students must maintain a minimum of 2.75 GPA.

Scholarships

American Islamic College awards a number of scholarships each year to students who demonstrate high academic performance. In order to receive a full scholarship, student must be enrolled full-time (min 12 credit-hours). Students interested in applying should ask for a Scholarship packet from the Registrar’s office.

Full academic scholarships are available for those qualified and students with financial need who are admitted into the BA and MA Programs starting Fall Semester, 2014. For students admitted to either the B.A. or M.A. degree programs, who maintain satisfactory academic progress, these scholarships will be renewable for each year until they complete their respective degree program.

Work-Study Program

American Islamic College has limited part-time opportunities for AIC students. Priority is given to students who need to finance their education at AIC. Students who wish to join our AIC-based Work Study Program should contact the Dean of Students. Students employed under this program are not permitted to work more than 20 hours per week during the academic term and may not work during scheduled class times.

Payment

American Islamic College expects all students to pay the full tuition by the first week of class. Students who wish to pay tuition using our monthly installment plan should contact the registrar’s office for further information.

The College is committed to grant scholarships to all students demonstrating qualification and need, as long as they maintain satisfactory academic progress for each year of study.

Refund Policy

Non-attendance in a course does not constitute official withdrawal. Students who are registered in a course and yet fail to attend are held responsible both academically and financially for that course. Refunds are given only when the student officially withdraws with the knowledge and permission of the Registrar’s Office. The following schedule is applied to registration costs (both credit and audit) and tuition-fees only. All fees and room charges are non-refundable.
For a 15-week semester

First Day: Full Refund

First Week 85%
Second Week 50%
Third Week 30%
Beyond Third Week No Refund

For a 5-week intensive course

First Day: Full Refund
End of First Week 75%
End of Second Week 25%
Third Week & Beyond No Refund

Net Price Calculator
 

Please read. This calculator is intended to provide estimated net price information (defined as estimated cost of attendance — including tuition and required fees, books and supplies, room and board (meals), and other related expenses — minus estimated grant and scholarship aid) to current and prospective students and their families based on what similar students paid in a previous year.