Financial Aid

Let Purdue University Global Guide You Through the Financial Aid Process

You deserve the simplest and best possible plan to finance your education. As an accredited institution, Purdue Global helps qualified students apply for and receive Title IV federal financial aid, including grants and loans, for the majority of our programs.* We encourage you to also investigate your eligibility for state grants and outside scholarships.

Loans and Grants


Federal Grants

  • Federal Pell Grant Program
  • Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant Program
  • Iraq and Afghanistan Services Grant (IASG)

State Grants

Student Loans

  • Subject to eligibility requirements
  • Subsidized Federal Direct Loan
  • Unsubsidized Federal Direct Loan
  • Federal PLUS Loan and Graduate Federal PLUS Loan
  • Alternative loans (nonfederal lenders)

Work Study 

  • Federal Work-Study Program

Other Agencies or Programs
(Undergraduate Only)

  • Promise Jobs
  • Veterans Administration Benefits
  • Workforce Investment Act*
  • Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
  • Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES)
  • Canadian financial assistance (may be available for those who qualify)
  • All other eligibility sources according to state and federal requirements

Financial aid is available to those who qualify. Financial aid awards vary depending on individual student eligibility and need.
*Purdue Global may be eligible to be an approved training provider for Workforce Investment Act (WIA) student aid. Students must contact their local WIA one-stop centers or their local Workforce Investment Boards to determine training program eligibility.

Funding Offer

You will receive your funding offer via email after your account has been set up with the funding options you are using (e.g., military assistance, financial aid).

You will receive a new offer whenever there is a change to the funding on your account. Your new funding offer will supersede the previous one.

How to Apply for Financial Aid Video

Visit FinancialAid TV to watch a video about applying for financial aid and access video library resources on other helpful financial aid topics.

Watch the How to Apply for Financial Aid Video


Aid From Your Home Country

Contact the cultural section of your country’s embassy or ministry of education to inquire about financial aid options and their requirements.

Aid From the U.S. Government

The majority of U.S. government financial assistance is not offered to international students. The U.S. government does provide aid to students from specific countries—you can request more information from your embassy or the U.S. State Department.

Bank Loans

International applicants are encouraged to apply with a cosigner. Cosigners must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident and meet the lender’s criteria.

Financial Aid Verification and C-Codes