If you are applying or enrolled as a degree-seeking student at Albizu University, the Office of Financial Aid can provide you with information on financial assistance, including how to apply for scholarships, work opportunities, grants, and loan programs available to qualified students. Financial aid is designed to help students meet the direct and indirect costs of their education, such as tuition, fees, books, and supplies.

Scholarships and grants are funds awarded on the basis of specific criteria, depending on the funding source. They do not have to be repaid. Grants are often based on a student’s financial needs, while scholarships are usually based on merit.

Loans and work-study programs are considered self-help assistance, since you will need to repay the funds loaned or work to earn money during your course of studies. Student loans have low interest rates and repayment typically does not begin until after you graduate. Work-study programs involve working on campus or at selected off-campus sites.

Please see the links below for information on specific financial aid opportunities and processes.

At Albizu University, more than 75% of our students receive financial aid in the form of scholarships, grants, loans, or on-campus employment. AU is also able to accept funds accrued through the Florida Prepaid College Program. We are here to help you meet your educational goals.

To apply for financial aid, you must complete the free Application for Federal Student Aid as well as the Albizu University forms specified in the Financial Aid Process link below. For more information or to obtain assistance in determining eligibility or applying for aid, please contact theAlbizu University Financial Aid Office at:

San Juan Campus
151 Calle Tanca
San Juan, Puerto Rico 00901
Phone: 787-725-6500, ext. 1501, 1515, or 1544

Miami Campus
2173 NW 99th Avenue
Doral, Florida 33172
Phone: 305-593-1223, ext. 103, 153, or 104




Work-Study Programs

Albizu University Financial Aid Process