International Financial Aid
Undergraduate international students are eligible for?merit-based scholarships, as are graduate international students, which are awarded during the admission process.
Unfortunately, the U.S. Government does not provide funding for foreign nationals to study in the U.S. Most grants, scholarships and loans from public and private sources within the United States are also restricted to U.S. citizens or permanent residents.
Students should make every effort to identify potential funding sources (national, provincial or private) in your home country.
International students are not eligible for need-based federal financial aid, however they are eligible to work on-campus for up to 20 hours per week during the fall and spring semesters and 40 hours per week during the summer and winter sessions. International students may?not?be employed off-campus?unless authorized by an international student advisor?(this includes unpaid and volunteer employment). Working or being employed off-campus without authorization is a serious violation of a student's immigration status. SAIC on-campus employment does not require authorization from International Affairs.
Students can review job listings at the?careers and internships?website and apply directly to the office advertising each position.
A listing of international scholarships and informational websites is available on the SAIC International Affairs website under?Financial Resources.
Alternative/private loans are available to international students who can secure a co-signer who is a US Citizen or Permanent Resident and is considered creditworthy by the lender. Students may find helpful information on understanding the alternative/private loan process at finaid.org, or?edupass.org. Students are encouraged to check with their home country for student loans before applying for alternative/private loans.