Most international students are not eligible for student loan, grant, and work study programs offered by the United States federal government. Non-U.S. citizens who enter the United States with either an F-1 or J-1 student visa and those who will return to their home country upon completion of their studies are not eligible for these programs.
Although financial assistance for international students is limited, resources are available for helping meet educational expenses. The comprehensive website EduPass answers many questions about attending school in the United States and includes a scholarship search for awards, sponsors, and bursaries. You may also contact Embry-Riddle's Financial Aid Office for more information.
This document contains information for students who receive financial aid and withdraw from all classes within a term.
This document details the satisfactory academic progress that financial aid recipients must maintain to continue receiving financial aid.
This brochure is provided for review — in accordance with the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act of 1994. The Act was designed to make students, prospective students, and the public aware of the University's commitment to provide equitable athletic opportunities for both its male and female students.
In accordance with the Student Right-to-Know Act passed by Congress in 1990, this document provides graduation rates of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students, as well as those of the subset of students who received athletically-related student aid.
The financial aid management staff is able to assist enrolled or prospective students with obtaining consumer information such as but not limited to financial assistance, graduation and completion rates, security policies and crime statistics.
Other university employees, such as enrollment counselors/advisors and financial aid counselors, may also provide information regarding their specific areas of responsibility.
Learn about non-ERAU websites and reference books on our Resources page.