Affordability

Paying for college is one of the top concerns on our students’ minds. We want to make sure our students know that an IU degree is more than just powerful, it’s affordable - especially at IU Southeast. In addition to financial aid through scholarships and grants, IU Southeast is offering a couple different programs to help students keep their college costs as low as possible.

Summer Discount

IU Southeast is one of the most affordable options for higher education in our region, and this summer students can save even more! Every IU undergraduate is eligible to save up to 25 percent on their summer tuition. Summer II begins June 24, 2013.

Learn more about the Summer Tuition Discount »

Finish in Four

Beginning with the fall 2013 semester, IU Southeast juniors and seniors who are on track to graduate in four years are eligible for a financial award that offsets any increase in tuition and fees for their final two years.

Learn more about the Finish in Four Program »

Financial Aid

Most IU Southeast students take advantage of financial aid through grants, scholarships, and/or loans. The Financial Aid office can help students fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to get started. The office also provides information on financial literacy to help students effectively manage their money.

Visit the IU Southeast Financial Aid office for general financial aid and scholarship deadlines.

Tuition

Tuition for Fall 2013
(per credit hour)


Undergraduate
Resident/Reciprocity* $203.69
Non-Resident $572.97

Graduate
Resident/Reciprocity* $255.96
Non-Resident $603.02

Graduate Business
Resident/Reciprocity* $371.79
Non-Resident $765.64

*Includes Jefferson, Oldham, Bullitt, Trimble, Meade, and Shelby counties in Kentucky.