Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships

Understand the cost

Whether you are a current or potential student, the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships at Indiana University Kokomo is here to help make sense of the financial resources open to you. We are ready to assist families of current and potential students, as well as the community at large, with information about the availability of financial assistance, to support educational goals.

Financial aid and scholarships are awarded to support bachelor’s degrees, as well as selected master’s degrees and certificate programs. The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships is dedicated to ensuring that you obtain the most beneficial financial aid package that you are eligible for, including awards that recognize both scholastic achievement and financial need.

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Apply for Federal Student Aid

Get help paying for college. Submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid. School Code: 001814


How to apply for Financial Aid

We encourage you to apply for financial aid and scholarships. You won't know if you're eligible if you don't apply. 


Types of Financial Aid

Explore the various types of financial aid and scholarships available to IUK students.


Cost of Attendance

How much does it cost to attend Indiana University Kokomo?

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Learn more about the requirements.


Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)

Did you know that your academic progress affects your financial support?

SAP Standards

State of Indiana

Explore your options for financial aid.

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Forms and upload portal for documents.

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Money Management

Learn how to manage your finances.

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FAFSA Workshop

You will need the following items to complete the 2023-2024 FAFSA:

  • Student and Parent FSA ID
  • Student and Parent Social Security Number and Driver’s License, and/or Alien Registration Number if you are not a United States Citizen.
  • Student and Parent 2021 federal income tax returns, W-2s, and other records of money earned.
  • Student and Parent bank statements and records of investments.
  • Student and Parent records of 2021 untaxed income.

Our office is still available to assist with FAFSA needs via Zoom. If you would like to set up a Zoom appointment with a representative from our office, please email us at, and we are happy to help you with your FAFSA from the comfort of your own home.

FAFSA is available for the 2023-2024 academic year. Families will use 2021 tax information to complete the application. Each student and one parent will also need to create an FSA ID to sign and submit the application.

The Indiana State Grant FAFSA has been permanently extended to April 15.