Welfare & Loan Affairs

Introducing Students’ Affairs: Welfare and Loans:

The Student Welfare Fund was established in 1974 with the aim of providing loans and scholarships to students from universities and institutes of higher education and students abroad. With Iran Islamic Revolution and the change of the general policies of the country, the Student Welfare Fund, instead of offering scholarship, implemented a policy of paying student tuition loans, as a strategy for returning the invested capital for reusing purposes. Assisting poor students to improve their educational and financial affairs, this policy made it also possible to move in line with the aims outlined in the constitution that is the self-sufficiency of higher education in the country.

In the course of its activities, the Student Welfare Fund has always tried to develop both quantitatively and qualitatively its activities in providing the students with welfare services. The purpose of the Student Welfare Fund is to provide the students who have financial problems with help and assistance in accordance with university’s regulations and its financial resources.


Student Welfare Fund provides the following services:

• Registration and payment of loans to students applying for tuition fees.

• Covering accident insurance for all students and assistants, according to the agreement with the insurance company.

• Paying wages to students who are doing part time job at the university.

• Final settlement of all students and assistants as well as graduates of previous years for obtaining their degrees and any other licenses.


 Procedures: Student’s loan Settlement Process:

1- Student refers to the person in charge at the Student/Cultural Affairs located in the Faculty.

2. Controlling the student’s financial records at the Welfare Fund website

3. Getting the information on accommodation, loans and proceeding with the 10% payment of the total received accommodation loan.

4. If there is no record of any debt, the settlement notice is signed and delivered to the student.

5. If there IS any record of debt, a notebook for payment by installment (for the total sum of the debt) is issued for the student.

6. Student signs up the respective receipt and gets the notebook.