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Paying for college

IUPUI awards $231 million in undergraduate scholarships and financial aid every year.

The Purdue School of Science is committed to the success of our students. The School awards more than one million dollars in scholarships, awards, and financial aid each year to incoming freshman, undergraduate students and graduate students. Many of our students receive scholarships thanks to the generosity of our donors. Overall, 51% of our students receive scholarships and awards to help fund their STEM education.

Reasonable tuition and fees, ample scholarship opportunities, and financial aid programs make the IUPUI School of Science a smart choice. By completing the general scholarship application, you will be automatically considered for opportunities for which you meet the criteria. Scholarships and awards are based on many factors including academic performance, research experience, community engagement, involvement in extracurricular activities, leadership, and financial need. Some scholarships may require you to submit an essay or letter of recommendation(s).

To learn more about the scholarships and awards offered through the IUPUI Purdue School of Science, see the listing linked below or search through the university scholarship website. Also, be sure to check out student jobs

Scholarships

IUPUI awards $231 million in undergraduate scholarships and financial aid every year.  Overall, 51% of science majors receive scholarships and awards to help fund their STEM education. Find more information about IUPUI scholarship opportunities here.

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Financial Aid

IUPUI awards $231 million in undergraduate scholarships and financial aid every year. The Office of Student Financial Aid Services administers the programs that provide financial aid. Student eligibility is determined after our receipt of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid for the appropriate aid year.

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) must be completed by March 10th each year for maximum consideration for all types of aid. Apply for financial aid here

The Office of Student Financial Aid Services offers telephone advising hours every Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., by calling 317-274-4162. Help is also available via email: finaid@iupui.edu

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Undergraduate Tuition Costs

Undergraduate tuition at IUPUI is calculated by credit hours of classes. Rates for the 2019-2020 academic year are $286.01 per credit hour for Indiana residents and $986.31 for non-residents.

IUPUI is consistently recognized as a great value -- offering a top quality education at an affordable price. On average, the cost of full-time undergraduate attendance per year (including tuition and general fees) is $9,938 for in-state students and $30,947 for out-of-state students.

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Midwest Student Exchange Program Award

Attention residents of Illinois, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, and Wisconsin, your IUPUI experience just got better. Beginning Fall 2016, IUPUI will provide legal residents of Illinois, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, or Wisconsin tuition at 150% of the in-state rate. What does this mean for you? The average tuition for an out-of-state student is about $31,000 per academic year. If you qualify for the Midwest Student Exchange Program Award, the cost of IUPUI tuition would be approximately $15,000 per academic year. Over four years, your tuition savings could be more than $64,000!

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