Tuition & Fees
When you have big dreams, your degree matters. IUPUC is one of the state's best educational values. Earn—or get started toward earning—a prestigious IU or PU degree that will help you achieve the opportunities of your dreams.
Keeping Your College Costs Low
To help traditional and nontraditional students, parents, guidance counselors, and other better understand the costs and benefits of earning a college degree, we are making financial literacy and affordable education a top priority for the 2013–14 academic year.
What can you do to ensure you keep your tuition expenses and student loan debt as low as possible?
- Staying on track to finish your degree in four years or less is one of the best ways to get a head start on your career and increasing your personal earning power.
- IUPUC's Early College Program is a great way to earn college credit while still in high school, which can also help you stay on track to complete your degree quickly.
- Taking classes as close to home and work as possible, and for as long as possible, will keep your expenses related to commuting or moving to a minimum.
- Talk to the friendly, knowledgeable staff in our Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships about resources like need-based financial aid, scholarships, student loans, grants, and work-study employment.