Below are some avenues of funding for your education with Illinois Tech. For information on other financing options, visit the Office of Financial Aid website or contact that office directly at email@example.com or 312.567.7219.
Graduate Fellowships and Assistantships
Graduate fellowships, teaching assistantships and research assistantships are awarded by individual academic departments to a limited number of highly qualified, full-time students (usually at the Ph.d. level) at the time of admission. If you receive a funding award, you will be notified of the award in your official admission letter. Departmental funding is based on merit and not on need, and every applicant is automatically considered upon timely submission of a complete application packet. Review Application Deadlines to see upcoming Financial Consideration deadlines. No additional paperwork is required.
The ACE award is a partial-tuition scholarship for Master's level study at Armour College of Engineering that encourages participation in various educational, research, and/or leadership activities and projects that are expected to enhance your educational experience and contribute to your professional competence in your chosen field of study. All applicantions for Master's level study at Armour College of Engineering will be considered.
Tech Edge Scholarship
A merit scholarhip only available for the Master of Information Technology and Management (ITM) program. The Tech Edge Scholarship awards graduate ITM students up to $10,000 in support toward their total graduate tuition. In order to apply for the Tech Edge Scholarship, please submit your application to attend Illinois Tech. The deadline for the scholarship is the same as your application deadline, which you can find here.
As a business school within a tech school, Stuart School of Business is uniquely positioned to link highly-skilled Illinois Tech graduates to advanced degrees that prepare them to be leaders in finance. Students applying for the Master of Science in Finance, Master of Mathematical Finance, Master of Science in Management Science (Quantitative Finance) programs are eligible to apply for the Launch Scholarship.
Federal and Private loans
Financial support for graduate study is also available from a number of other sources. U.S. citizens and permanent residents may be eligible for federal student loan and work-study programs. For information on student loans and other financing options for Graduate students, please click here.
IIT offers tuition deferral and installment payment plans. If your employer offers a tuition reimbursement plan, you may be able to apply for a deferred payment plan that will allow you to delay payment until you have received reimbursement from your employer. You must submit an application and fee and a letter from your employer in order to participate. IIT also offers installment payment plans for full- and part-time students. For further information, please visit the Student Accounting Office website or contact that office directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312.567.3785.
Alumni Tuition Discount Policy
Alumni (have an earned IIT undergraduate or IIT graduate degree, are not concurrently admitted to any IIT degree program, or admitted to a law program) who are registered in graduate degree-seeking, part-time or full-time status, and maintain good academic standing, are permitted a reduction of one-third of the current tuition for one three-credit hour course. For more information please visit the Office of Financial Aid website.
Illinois Techs's Student Employment Office maintains an online database of on-campus jobs. If you are admitted to IIT, you can create a Handshake account to search for open positions after you arrive on campus and check in during orientation.
International students should be aware that there are restrictions on the types of employment they may accept while in the United States on a student visa. Please contact IIT's International Center at email@example.com or 312.567.3680 for additional information.