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Money Matters

Money MattersAt IU, students pay a flat fee for tuition each semester. The fee entitles students to register for 12 to 17 credit hours per semester. Most degree programs require students to average 15.5 credit hours per semester in order to graduate in the traditional eight semesters. The IU Office of Admissions estimates total costs for Indiana resident undergraduates for the 2010-2011 academic year were between $16,298 and $18,901. Total costs for non-resident undergraduates were between $34,958 and $37,561. More»

At IU, students pay a flat fee for tuition each semester. The fee entitles students to register for 12 to 17 credit hours per semester. Most degree programs require students to average 15.5 credit hours per semester in order to graduate in the traditional eight semesters. The IU Office of Admissions estimates total costs for Indiana resident undergraduates for the 2008-2009 academic year were between $14,810 and $15,868. Total costs for non-resident undergraduates were between $31,346 and $32,404. More»

There are many different sources for tuition assistance:

  • The state of Indiana and the federal government both offer a range of grants and loans for which students with financial need may be eligible.  The Office of Student Financial Assistance is the clearinghouse for information and applications.
  • Indiana University offers a wide range of academic scholarships to help offset the costs of attendance. More»
  • The College of Arts and Sciences recognizes academic excellence through scholarships and awards.  More»

In addition, there are many scholarships, grants, stipends, and opportunities which may provide funding for undergraduate students with specific interests or characteristics at various stages of their academic careers. Some of these opportunities are offered through individual departments and programs in the College of Arts and Sciences and some are through national or international organizations. Students are encouraged to pursue funding through these sources individually. We have provided a list that may serve as the starting point for your research.