** Mandatory fees will apply to all Graduate classes
If you are a resident of Illinois, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, or Wisconsin, you may be eligible for the Indiana Partner tuition rate. This rate replaces the Midwest Student Exchange Program.
What are Fees?
Fees are additional charges to cover the costs of certain services, such as technology or labs. Indiana University recently restructured fees to make them clear and simple, to help students and their families better anticipate and budget. For many students, fees that varied greatly semester to semester will now be distributed more evenly over the course of their education. Some fees were eliminated, and others were consolidated or renamed. In some cases, the dollar amount of the fee decreased.
All fees are subject to change without notice by action of the Indiana University Board of Trustees, the campus Chancellor, or the Director of Finance and Administration. Most fees are assessed according to the number of credit hours taken by our students.
Frequently Asked Questions
Fees are additional charges to cover the costs of certain services, such as technology or labs. By keeping these costs separate from tuition, some charges can be more directly assigned to the students using the services.
Fees that cover the cost of some widely used services are assigned to all or most students; for example, access to software. While all students are encouraged to take advantage of the benefits these fees provide, we understand that not every student will use the services each semester of their program.
As a result of the new fee structure, most IU students will pay less in fees over the course of their degree program, with $14.5 million in overall savings to the student body as a whole, beginning in the 2023-2024 academic year.
Some students may see only minimal decreases or the same level of fees, with even fewer seeing an increase in fees, depending on their degree program. The Office of the Bursar’s website provides information related to fees associated with each campus and with most courses and programs.
Tuition and fees are distinct from one another, with separate processes that determine how they are set.
The IU Board of Trustees approved an annual tuition increase of 3% over the next two years for undergraduate resident (in-state) students at all IU campuses. The proposed increase – which remains below average inflation and lower than Indiana Commission for Higher Education guidance – will support faculty recruitment and retention while addressing increases in expenses for labor, services, and other fixed costs.
According to the latest available comparative data from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System, IU Bloomington’s net cost is the third lowest in the Big 10, with IU’s regional campuses offering the lowest average net price of all universities in Indiana.
In the past eight years, the university has increased institutional aid by 57% to help make an IU degree more accessible through initiatives such as MoneySmarts, which have served as a statewide and national model for easing the burden of loan debt on students and their families.
As a result of these efforts and others, more than half of this year’s undergraduates left IU’s campuses with zero debt.
There are several categories of fees that might apply to you. For a list of fees charged for specific courses, choose "Course Related Fee." Classes that include a course related fee are noted in the Schedule of Classes. All fees are subject to change without notice.
Undergraduate students enrolled at all Indiana University campuses will pay one rate (banded tuition) for their basic tuition when taking between 12 credits and 18 credits.
Students who are enrolled in online degree programs pay for courses by the credit hour and are not eligible to pay the banded tuition rate. For more information concerning online degree programs, you may access the IU Distance Education Fee Policy.
Students dropping classes prior to the end of the first week of classes will receive 100% credit for dropped classes.
After the first week of classes, only section changes are processed as even exchanges if processed by the Office of the Registrar.
After the first week of classes, dropped classes will be refunded according to the refund schedule.
Classes cannot be bundled across multiple campuses to receive the banded rate.
Indiana University Kokomo resources and social media channels