An online education means less debt & more flexibility than a traditional on-campus education, plus the same Indiana University degree & faculty expertise. It's an investment in you & a value that can't be beat!
Tuition for students who are enrolled in online programs is charged by credit hour as listed below. Tuition rates may vary by program (use the cost calculator for total estimated cost for your program).
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There are a number of financial aid options to explore!
- FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid): The application for aid including Pell Grants and Subsidized or Unsubsidized loan options.
- Many adult students wonder if they would be eligible for federal funds. One of the best places to start is with the FAFSA4caster, an online tool to help you estimate the aid you may receive before completing the FAFSA application itself.
- Your Employer: Many employers have programs available to help pay or support you while you continue your education. Consider talking to your supervisor or HR department about available opportunities.
- Scholarships: There are a number of scholarships available through IU, IU East, and beyond. Keep in mind that many scholarships require that you apply early.
- Have an associate degree? See if you qualify for these transfer scholarships.
- New to college or transferring fewer than 12 undergraduate credit hours? Learn about admission-based scholarships available to first-year undergraduate students.
- After you've been an IU East student for a semester or more, there are a number of additional scholarships you can apply for, most through a single application!