Tuition & Cost

An IU Degree is an investment in your future and an affordable one here at IU East! Undergraduate tuition is over 20% LESS than the national average^! Graduate with less debt and a prestigious IU Degree!

Additionally, most students will receive some form of financial assistance in the form of loans, grants, and scholarships.

So, how much does it cost to attend IU East?

Let's figure it out! Your cost will depend on a few things, like whether you're attending full-time or part-time, living in your own place or with family, the program you've chosen, etc.

* Indirect costs include living expenses (housing and food), books & supplies, personal expenses, and transportation.

^ Based on average cost of tuition and fees for state residents at public colleges as reported by CollegeBoard.

Standard cost of attendance (Undergraduate)

This is the estimated cost of attendance for a full-time, on-campus undergraduate student for the full 2023-2024 academic year (fall and spring semesters). Cut these numbers in half to figure out the cost of a single semester. Tuition and fees outlined here are based on 12 to 18 credits per semester.

Estimated cost of attendance for the 2023-24 academic year
Cost Type In-State or Reciprocity† Out-of-State†
Tuition and required fees $8,352 $22,216
Books and supplies $644 $644
Housing and food $10,244 $10,244
Personal expenses $2,200 $2,200
Transportation $2,350 $2,350
Total typical cost of attendance $23,790 $37,654

* Actual costs vary by student, based on residency status, student choice, travel habits, and academic program.

Check out the Net Price Calculator to calculate the typical amount of aid and net cost you might expect based your background.

Your cost of attendance may differ from these estimates and will not be what you will owe the university. Based on your enrollment, IU East will bill you each semester for tuition and fees. Visit the Student Center in One.IU for your specific billing information.

† Though technically living out-of-state, residents of several Western Ohio counties can be considered 'reciprocity' students and enjoy the benefit of in-state tuition rates!