What It Costs to Attend IU

You can estimate your tuition and fees for the upcoming semester at the Office of the Bursar, including tuition, mandatory fees, and program fees. Estimate your IU enrollment costs »

Or, get a general idea of the costs of obtaining a four-year degree from Indiana University with this net price calculator »

Types of Financial Aid


You can apply to borrow money from the federal government or from private institutions. Learn about loan options »


Students with demonstrated financial need may qualify for guaranteed aid to help pay for their education. This aid does not have to be repaid. Learn about grant options »


IU offers a wide range of scholarship opportunities for students based on their academic achievements and/or financial need. Learn about scholarship opportunities »


The federal government subsidizes a number of employment opportunities for students on campus and in the community. Learn about work-study opportunities »


If you choose to participate in the AmeriCorps program, you can earn money toward your college education. Learn about AmeriCorps awards »

Start the Process: File a FAFSA

Complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), and you’ll automatically be considered for most state and federal grants, federal loans, and federal work-study.

Prepare to file your FAFSA »