Freshmen & Transfer Students
When deciding which university is right for you, the issue of cost most certainly will come up. Financial assistance can be a means of making an education at UIndy a reality. Many scholarships, grants and work-study programs are available.
Our Office of Financial Aid will be happy to assist you in exploring all options. Please contact or visit us.
As a new UIndy student, applying for admission is your first step. Starting the financial aid application process should be next on your list. Understanding which form to file and when to file them is very important.
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Transfer student aid
If you are planning to transfer to UIndy, we will need to recalculate your financial aid eligibility using your FAFSA and the UIndy Aid Application. If you have already filed a FAFSA, you will need to make a correction by adding University of Indianapolis (code 001804) to the list of schools receiving FAFSA results.
We're here to help you understand what federal aid, grants and scholarships will transfer and what additional funding you could receive from UIndy.
Transfer scholarships are also available. View transfer scholarships ►
Academic scholarships and grants are awarded to full-time UIndy students regardless of financial need. Find out what's available, including opportunities for transfer students.