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Current students with a valid FAFSA are eligible for consideration for Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds.Apply Here
Illinois Tech places a premium on co-curricular learning. Elevate connects our student with these opportunities, including study abroad, internships, research, and much more. Financial support may be available for some experiences.Learn More
Illinois Tech is proud to support our veterans in paying for their education. Benefits are processed through the Office of Financial Aid. Learn more about the process and connect with the school certifying official.Learn More
Illinois Tech provides its students a cost of attendance that estimates expenses for each academic year. The list of estimated expenses is not a bill, and actual costs may vary.
Learn about all the financial aid sources available to help you pay for your education.
Undergraduate students and their families can use the Net Price Calculator to estimate the “net price” to attend Illinois Tech.
Learn about the grants and loans that are available to Illinois Tech students, who is eligible, and how funds are dispersed.
All domestic undergraduate and transfer students and select graduate students are automatically considered for scholarships at Illinois Tech.
Fulfilling Our Mission
In 1890 Illinois Institute of Technology was founded in order to lift up people of all backgrounds with education that would help them meet the needs of the age. One hundred thirty years on, we remain committed to doing just that.
Of Undergraduate Students
Receive Federal Pell Grants with Serious Financial Need
Student Loan Default Rate
Compared to National Default Average of 11.3%
“One big reason I chose Illinois Tech was because I really wanted to stay in Chicago, and the school has a great location. I had also heard good things about Illinois Tech’s academic rigor and diverse student body. Finally, Illinois Tech was extremely generous with financial aid and gave me an award that put college within reach.”
“When I was applying to schools, I was a DACA recipient and Illinois Tech offered the most support. After my first semester, I became a permanent resident and Illinois Tech still offered the most support.”
“Illinois Tech ticked almost all the boxes, if not all, of the various things I was looking for in a college. It offered small class sizes, strong academic reputation, a co-terminal program, and diversity. In addition, Illinois Tech offered at the time a very generous scholarship package compared to the other schools I had applied to.”
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