Financial Information

Tuition

The University of Illinois Office of Undergraduate Admissions has a wealth of information that can be useful to any student starting college. On top of tuition information, they also compile estimates for room and board and course materials.

If your family's household income is less than $67,100 you could potentially qualify for four years of free tuition from the Illinois Commitment Program.

Tuition and Cost Information Illinois Commitment Program

Financial Aid

The University of Illinois Office of Student Financial Aid offers information and resources on obtaining many different forms of financial assistance for both incoming and current students.

Visit the OSFA website

College Scholarships

Newly admitted students are automatically considered for College of ACES scholarships offered through the University of Illinois. Scholarship award letters indicate whether the scholarship is one-time or has specific criteria for it to be re-issued.

Current students will be notified by email each spring when applications are open for College of ACES scholarships. With a single application, students can be eligible for several different scholarships. ACES awards approximately $1.1 million in merit-based awards each academic year thanks to the generous support of alumni and friends of the college. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of merit as determined by the applicants' professional interests, activities, achievements (including scholastic), and potential in their field.

ACES also offers scholarships and resources for studying abroad and conducting research.

Find ACES Scholarships