Distance Learning classes are a common way for you to complete your graduation requirements without physically taking classes on Purdue’s campus. Typically, these programs are eligible for financial aid as long as a current year FAFSA has been filed. Use the links to the left as a guide through specific programs.
For all Distance Learning programs, you’ll go through the same aid process and have similar options for aid as other students.
If you are in degree-seeking student and meet financial aid citizenship requirements, you may be eligible for the Stafford and/or Grad PLUS Loan programs. To be considered for these, be sure to complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and that you are enrolled at least half time. Explore these loan options.
*If you are in the Purdue/Kelley MS-MBA in Food and Agribusiness Management program, use IU's school code when you complete the FAFSA as they process your eligibility.
Financial assistance may also be available from private loan programs.
You can borrow up to Purdue’s estimated cost of attendance, which includes allowances for fees and travel.
Get more info about the program you’re interested in: