We realize that receiving an education at International Air & Hospitality Academy is an investment in your future. The goal of the Financial Aid Department is to assist students who are eligibile to bridge the gap between the cost of attendance and the funds available from you and your family. International Air & Hospitality Academy is a Title IV eligible school that is recognized by the United States Department of Education for participation in the Federal Family Education Loan Program, Direct Loan Program and the Federal Pell Grant Program. International Air and Hospitality Academy’s Financial Aid Department staff will assist you with your financial aid application process and determine the package best suited to your individual situation. We encourage all students to apply for Federal Financial Aid. See the links below for instructions as to how to get started. Please note that some programs do not qualify for financial aid.
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As of July 1, 2010, International Air and Hospitality Academy will participate exclusively in the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program.
We also participate in several scholarship programs and encourage students to seek out scholarships they may be eligible for. Most of our programs are eligible for Work Source Funding and the school is listed as International Air and Hospitality Academy on the Washington, Idaho and Oregon Eligible Training Provider List. Visit your Work Source Office to determine eligibility.
Contact the Financial Aid Department for further information.
The Financial Aid Department serves as a liaison between International Air and Hospitality Academy and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The office serves all students eligible to receive VA education benefits. If you are uncertain whether you are eligible for VA education benefits, please contact:
- U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs US Department of Veterans Affairs
- International Air and Hospitality Academy’s Financial Aid Department by phone at (360)695-2500.
This calculator is an estimate only of possible Federal Pell Grant eligibility. It does not show the amount of loans and scholarships that students may be eligible to receive towards their cost of attendance.
The Department of Education requires all Title IV – Federal Student Aid (Pell Grants and Federal Direct Loans) schools to develop a Cost of Attendance (COA) or budget. This budget is a guideline of cost the average student attending our school’s programs may incur over the length of the program. The Cost of Attendance factors in tuition, fees, approximate cost of room and board, supplies and transportation. Each student may choose to spend less or more on living expenses.
International Air and Hospitality Academy
2901 E. Mill Plain Blvd.
Vancouver, WA 98661
Main Office: (800) 868-1816