Inver Hills Community College offers financial aid assistance to help make your dreams for an education come true
Financial Aid

Paying for college

Financing your education is seldom easy, but our Financial Aid Office has the tools, resources and know-how to help you find your best opportunities for financial assistance. We are dedicated to providing you with the highest quality service to make sure you achieve your academic and career goals.

Contact Information

Allison Chuick
TuitionMatch Program Coordinator


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Inver Hills School Code: 006935



Double Your Money for College

You can use TuitionMatch funds for college tuition and additional costs required for obtaining a postsecondary degree. As an eligible TuitionMatch participant, you may save up to $500 in earned income and deposit it all when you open your savings account; or you can make monthly installments over the course of one year. This initial investment will be matched 2:1 for a total of $1,500.

  • Double your money: Save $1 and we will match it with $2
  • Receive financial education and career development
  • Stay on track so you can graduate fully prepared to enter the workforce with minimal debt

Nanette Roloff

"The matched funds arrived right when I needed them. I became much wiser about money. I learned how to save and create a monthly budget. I now have a savings account that actually has money in it."

- Nanette Roloff

Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions? Check out the TuitionMatch FAQ Datasheet for additional information.

Eligibility requirements

  • Currently enrolled at Inver Hills with at least three semesters to go at the college
  • 18 years of age or older
  • Current household income must be at or below 200 percent of Federal Income Guideline (see chart below)

Income Guidelines

Number of household members Annual income
1 $25,520
2 $34,480
3 $43,440
4 $52,400
5 $61,360
6 $70,320
7 $79,280
8 $88,240
For households with more than 8 people, add $8,960 for each additional person.

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