Tuition & Fees

Great value that lasts a lifetime

A college education is a big investment. At IUPUI, you get a lot for your money, and what you get lasts a lifetime. The return on your investment includes a prestigious IU or Purdue degree, and valuable skills and experiences that will prepare you for a successful life.

Undergraduate Students

Estimated Cost of Attendance for an Academic Year (Fall and Spring Semesters)
Non-Resident Tuition and required fees $33,100
Books and supplies $900
Health insurance $1,750
Living expenses $13,692
Total $49,442

You can also use the Office of the Bursar’s tuition and fee estimator.  

All F-1 and J-1 students must review the Financial Information For International Undergraduate Students and the Financial Support Agreement for Educational Expenses. If you will need a student visa in order to enroll at IUPUI, you must submit financial documentation verifying your ability to pay your tuition and living expenses for your first year of study ($49,442).

Graduate Students 

  • More Information and Tips

    • The estimated cost of attendance is based on costs for the 2021-22 academic year. However, tuition may increase a few percentage points per year, so consider these increases when you plan how much you will pay for your education. Also consider changes in currency exchange rates.
    • The estimated cost assumes a course load of 15 credit hours per semester. This is the minimum course load to graduate with a bachelor’s degree in four years.
    • Students can also register for summer courses and pay per credit hour.
    • All students with F‐1 or J‐1 visa paperwork issued by IUPUI will be charged an International Student Services fee. The fee is $153 per semester.
    • You can pay your tuition and fees throughout the semester rather than all in advance. See the Office of the Bursar’s information for new students and payment options.
  • Residency Information

    Nonresidents of the state of Indiana pay different tuition than residents of Indiana do. Learn more about residency and tuition »