Tuition and Financial Aid for Graduate Students
IUPUI is a world-class institution that provides an exceptional value. The university has been ranked 8th on the list of Best Public Colleges in the Midwest by Forbes Magazine and the Center for College Affordability and Productivity.
A School of Informatics and Computing graduate degree from Indiana University offers a unique integration of computing, social science, and information systems design that can be applied in a number of fields—increasing your value as an industry professional, faculty member, or researcher.
IUPUI Tuition and Financial Services Resources
The IUPUI Office of the Bursar maintains current tuition and detailed fee information, including a Tuition and Fee Estimator. The bursar accepts several methods for payment that make paying for college as convenient as possible.
International students’ cost of attendance differs slightly from domestic students are slightly different and include manadatory health insurance. Please consult with the IUPUI Office of International Affairs.
Drastic Tuition Reduction for Out-of-State Graduate Students from the Midwest
The Midwest Student Exchange Program (MSEP) significantly reduces out-of-state IUPUI tuition—to no more than 150% of in-state tuition—for graduate students from participating states. The reciprocity program automatically covers all entering and current out-of-state graduate students. You don’t need to apply!
Students receiving the MSEP benefit who also qualify other SoIC scholarships will receive the resident amount for those scholarships rather than the non-resident amount.
MSEP Participating States
There is no MSEP application—eligibility is assessed automatically for current and new students from participating states. In other words, there is nothing you need to do. You will continue to receive the MSEP award every year, as long as you remain a resident of an MSEP state and you are making satisfactory progress to remain in your graduate degree program. Read more about eligibility and eligible graduate degree programs.
As a master’s or Ph.D. student, you have access to a wide range of financial assistance to help you reduce costs—scholarships, grants, loans, and work study. We encourage you to investigate and pursue all the options.
Direct financial support from the School of Informatics and Computing is reserved for qualified, full-time students matriculating in the fall semester. Direct financial support is rarely available for students matriculating in the spring.
To learn more about financial aid opportunities from the university or external sources, such as the federal government, please consult the IUPUI Office of Financial Aid and the IUPUI Graduate Office.
For information about specific financial resources for international students, please contact the IUPUI Office of International Affairs.
- Take a look at the opportunities and requirements listed for your major.
- Log in and complete the general application first.
- Then search for the opportunity for which you want to apply and complete the application for that scholarship. Submit all required information as noted in the application (letter of recommendation, essay, etc). Each scholarship may have different application requirements.
Program-specific scholarship and financial aid information is available on these tuition and financial aid pages: