Costs & Financial Aid

$216.5Min financial aid awarded to undergraduate in 2017-18

$8,770average amount of scholarships and grants an IUPUI student receives annually

It all begins with the FAFSA

IUPUI’s Office of Student Financial Services is here to help you navigate the process of finding and applying for any of these types of financial aid. In most cases, your first step for aid consideration is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). When you submit your FAFSA, you’ll be considered for a variety of state and federal financial aid programs, including grants, work-study positions, and loans.

Important dates

The FAFSA is available in October each year, and the priority deadline for submitting it is March 10. Be sure to use IUPUI's school code, which is 001813!

Achieve your dreams

If you are a resident of Marion County and are receiving State Financial Aid, you may qualify for the Indy Achieves program. Indy Achieves helps students from Indianapolis at IUPUI cover their remaining financial need, as well as provides a mentorship program to make sure you're heading towards success.

Start achieving your goals with Indy Achieves

Start earning 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

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