Cost

The Office of Financial Aid calculates an estimated cost of attendance for student financial aid applicants based on federal student aid guidance.

Cost of attendance estimates vary based on enrollment level each semester and a variety of other factors and consists of direct costs (expenses paid directly to the school) and indirect costs (expenses incurred while in school). The costs below are based on full-time (12–18 credit hours) enrollment for fall 2022 and spring 2023.

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The tables below offer estimated costs for one year — fall and spring semesters — for full-time students taking between 12-18 credit hours per semester.

Tuition and Fees

ResidencyTuition and Fees
Indiana$8,174
Non-Indiana*$11,859
International$18,469

*Domestic non-resident students enrolled prior to fall 2018 will be assessed at the international rate.


Housing and Food

Living SituationHousing and FoodTransportation
On Campus$8,215$2,061
Off Campus$8,445$2,815
At Home$3,069$2,815

Other Estimated Costs

  • Personal Expenses: $2,000
  • Books and Supplies: $1,500
  • Loan Fees: $106

The tables below offer estimated costs for one year — fall and spring semesters — for full-time students taking between eight or more credit hours per semester.

Tuition and Fees

ResidencyTuition and Fees
Indiana$5,295
Non-Indiana*$7,783
International$11,298

*Domestic non-resident students enrolled prior to fall 2018 will be assessed at the international rate.


Housing and Food

Living SituationHousing and FoodTransportation
On Campus$8,215$2,061
Off Campus$8,445$2,815
At Home$3,069$2,815

Other Estimated Costs

  • Personal Expenses: $2,000
  • Books and Supplies: $800
  • Loan Fees: $106

What’s Included in Cost of Attendance?

  • Estimated Tuition and Fees– varies by residency, level of enrollment, College or School of enrollment and course enrollment (i.e. courses including a lab) Note: actual tuition and fees calculations and billing are done by the Bursar’s Office
    • Tuition and Fees are a direct cost and are charged each semester
  • Housing and Food– varies by whether a student lives in on campus residence halls, living off campus or living at home with parents; if a student is enrolled less than half-time, no housing and food allowance can be provided
    • Housing charges are a direct cost for students in campus housing
    • Housing and Food are an indirect cost for students living at home or in non-campus housing
  • Books and Supplies– A standard allowance is generally provided based on whether a student is enrolled full-time, three-quarter time, half-time or less than half-time
    • Books and Supplies are an indirect cost
  • Transportation– A standard allowance is generally provided based on whether a student lives in on campus residence halls or either lives off campus or at home with parents
    • Transportation is an indirect cost
  • Personal Expenses– A standard allowance is generally provided; if a student is enrolled less than half-time no personal expense allowance can be provided
    • Personal Expenses are an indirect cost
  • Loan Fees and Other Costs– Federal loan fees and other costs such as dependent care, disability-related expenses or professional licensure costs may be included in a student’s cost of attendance