Cost of IU

About these numbers

We’re showing you the estimated cost of attendance for the full 2024–2025 academic year (fall and spring semesters). Cut these numbers in half to figure out the cost of a single semester.

To get the most benefits from each academic year, students will be able to take advantage of 40 credit hours across fall, spring, and our August and winter intersessions—for the same cost.

Tuition and fees outlined here for the 2024–2025 academic year are based on 40 credit hours across all terms for undergraduates and 11 credits per semester for graduate students.

Your actual costs for housing and food, books and supplies, transportation, and personal expenses will vary based on:

  • The number of credit hours you take
  • Whether you’re an Indiana resident
  • Your personal choices
  • Your travel habits

Your cost of attendance may differ from these estimates. For your specific budget, visit the Financial Aid Summary page under Financials in your Student Center.

Undergraduate Students

Cost of attendance for a full-time undergraduate student in 2024–2025
ItemIndiana residentsNonresidents
Tuition and mandatory fees$12,142$41,890
Housing and food$13,984$13,984

Total direct costs

$26,126

$55,874

Books and supplies$1,250$1,250
Transportation$954$954
Personal expenses$2,270$2,270

Total indirect costs

$4,474

$4,474

Total cost of attendance

$30,600

$60,348

These are estimated direct and indirect costs. Actual costs for housing and food, books and supplies, transportation, and personal expenses vary by student, based on student choice, travel habits, and academic program.

 

Graduate Students

Cost of attendance for a full-time graduate student in 2023–2024
ItemIndiana residentsNonresidents
Tuition and mandatory fees$10,766$30,748
Housing and food$15,446$15,446

Total direct costs

$26,212

$46,194

Books and supplies$830$830
Transportation$2,958$2,958
Personal expenses$4,078$4,078

Total indirect costs

$7,866

$7,866

Total cost of attendance

$34,078

$54,060

These are estimated direct and indirect costs. Actual costs for housing and food, books and supplies, transportation, and personal expenses vary by student, based on student choice, travel habits, and academic program.

 

1098-T eligibility

Qualified tuition and related expenses are those amounts for which the university must receive payment before allowing the student to enroll in classes. The 1098-T form includes amounts paid on or after January 1 and on or before December 31 of the tax year. You can find more information related to the 1098-T on the Office of the University Controller website.

1098-T

<= 3 crhrs

>3-6 crhrs

>6 crhrs

Eligible

$163.30

$326.75

$536.86

Not Eligible

$18.04

$165.91

$201.99

Total

$181.34

$492.66

$738.85