Pell Grant eligible students can now attend Alaska Pacific University for reduced or no tuition.
The APU Promise Tuition Grant (PTG) is a need-based aid program designed to assist undergraduate students who are Pell Grant eligible and are enrolled full-time to reduce or eliminate the cost of tuition. Qualifying students can attend tuition-FREE.
Eligible recipients of the PTG will receive a grant to help cover additional tuition expenses not otherwise satisfied by institutional scholarships and discounts, APU donor-funded scholarships, Federal Student Aid grants, and state scholarships and grants. Private/external scholarships or grants you receive may be applied toward remaining costs without negatively impacting the need-based grant.
Campus Undergraduate Programs
Students who are eligible to receive the maximum Pell Grant will see no direct tuition expenses when enrolled 12-18 credits per semester. Other Pell Grant eligible students will see tuition greatly reduced.
Students who are eligible to receive the Pell Grant will be awarded up to $3000 when enrolled 12 or more credits per semester.
Alaska Foster Youth
Up to ten students per year who are eligible to receive the Pell Grant will see no direct tuition expenses when enrolled 12-18 credits per semester. Please visit Alaska’s Office of Children’s Services website for more information about:
- Financial Assistance for Post-Secondary Education & Training
- Education & Training Vouchers
- Financial Aid Opportunities
Find out if you qualify!
Step 1: Apply for admission
Step 2: Complete the FAFSA
The “APU Promise Agreement” is no longer needed. We will automatically offer you a Promise Tuition Grant if you qualify. View additional terms and conditions on our Undergraduate Scholarships page.