Undergraduate Financial Aid
More than 90% of students receive financial aid. Psychology students have a wide range of scholarship opportunities.
Merit-based scholarships include the Henry T. Heald Scholarship and the Camras Scholarship. You will be automatically reviewed for merit-based scholarships when you apply. There is a December 1st deadline for the Camras Scholarship so you should apply early in your senior year.
Need-based packages include loans, grants, and work-study. You must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to be considered for need-based funds.
In addition to the wide range of merit-based scholarships and need-based packages offered by IIT, the College of Psychology also offers the David J. Vitale Endowed Scholarship and the William C. Bartholomay Endowed Scholarship for especially high-achieving psychology undergraduates.
The Leadership Academy offers full tuition scholarships to a select number of IIT students who demonstrate exceptional leadership potential. Qualified Freshman, Sophomores and Juniors are eligible to apply for this scholarship award.
For more information on types of financial aid, visit our Financial Aid Office.