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The value of your time at IU is immeasurable. You’ll earn a prestigious IU degree that employers love and more opportunities to climb the career ladder—from landing your dream job, to getting accepted into graduate school, to becoming a CEO, and more.

Figuring out how you’ll pay for your journey at IU can be overwhelming. We understand, and we’re here to help. Find everything you need to invest in your IU education and your future.  

See how much your IU education will cost

Your costs to attend IU will vary based on where you’re from—鶹APP, outside of 鶹APP, outside the U.S.—and whether you’re an undergraduate or graduate student. 

Item鶹APP residentsNonresidents
Tuition and mandatory fees$11,790$40,480
Housing and food$13,380$13,380

Total direct costs

$25,170

$53,860

Books and supplies$690$690
Transportation$840$840
Personal expenses$2,200$2,200

Total indirect costs

$3,730

$3,730

Total cost of attendance

$28,900

$57,590

*Costs shown are based off 2023-24 rates. Numbers for upcoming years will be provided as soon as they become available. 

Costs shown are for annual, full-time enrollment. 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.

The flat-rate tuition costs noted above include up to 40 credit hours across the academic year: fall and spring semesters, and both the August and winter intersessions. Summer classes charge per credit hour. Students attending less than full time should visit for the most accurate cost estimates. 

Item鶹APP 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

*Costs shown are based off 2023-24 rates. Numbers for upcoming years will be provided as soon as they become available. 

Costs shown are for annual, full-time enrollment. 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.

The flat-rate tuition costs noted above include up to 40 credit hours across the academic year: fall and spring semesters, and both the August and winter intersessions. Summer classes charge per credit hour. Students attending less than full time should visit for the most accurate cost estimates. 

Type of expenseEstimated cost
Tuition and mandatory fees$39,834
Room and board (based on a double residence hall room with a standard meal plan)$12,582

$1,790
Miscellaneous expenses (including books and general living expenses)$2,220

Total for 9 months*

$56,426

*Costs shown are based off 2022 rates. Numbers for upcoming years will be provided as soon as they become available. 

These cost estimates are only for the nine months of the fall and spring semesters. If you want to stay in the United States during the summer or enroll in summer classes, keep in mind that you will need additional funds to cover living costs and tuition.

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