Costs & Financial Aid

81%of degree-seeking undergraduates received financial aid in 2016–17

$231Min financial aid awarded to undergraduates in 2016–17

Tuition savings for nonresidents

If you’re a resident of Illinois, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, or Wisconsin, we’ve got good news for you: you’re eligible for the Midwest Student Exchange Program (MSEP) award, which allows you to attend IUPUI at a reduced cost. Ohio residents, you’ll be eligible for the award starting fall 2018.

Learn about the MSEP award


Scholarships—money for school that doesn't have to be repaid—can help you cover the cost of your education and minimize your debt. The Office of Student Scholarships can help you find and apply for scholarships for which you qualify.

Early admission to IUPUI is the best way you can ensure maximum consideration for scholarships. Apply for fall admission by November 15 to receive full consideration.

Get rewarded with RaiseMe

Did you know you can earn IUPUI scholarship dollars just by completing common college-search tasks? IUPUI has partnered with RaiseMe to help you be prepared for college by completing achievements, which are then rewarded with micro-scholarships. Scholarships earned through RaiseMe are not stackable with admission-based awards.

Start earning with RaiseMe

Learn how to be moneysmart

We want to help you make good financial decisions throughout your time at IUPUI and beyond. MoneySmarts, a university-wide financial literacy initiative, will show you how to get on the road to financial wellness even before you set foot on campus.

Start getting moneysmart

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