It is the desire of IRUS, within the limits of its resources, to provide some financial assistance to students with demonstrated need, especially those who, without such aid, would not be able to attend IRUS.
Scholarships are awarded based on academic excellence, leadership, service and talent. Organization Matching Scholarship is also available. That is, if the student receives financial sponsorship for IRUS tuition from a church, non-profit organization, or Christian organization, the University matches the amount equal to the organization donation up to $500 per semester. Opportunities for employment on the campus are available for students needing part-time work to defray expenses.
IRUS does not currently participate in federal and/or state financial aid programs, nor does the University provide loans to students to pay for the cost of an educational program.