How Much Will It Cost to Attend UIndy?

Your cost of attendance is the estimated amount that it will cost you to attend the University of Indianapolis during the nine-month academic year using standard costs.

A student budget is composed of standard tuition, fees, books, supplies, miscellaneous expenses, transportation, room, and board. The Office of Financial Aid creates a student budget based on the information that is provided to us on the UIndy Aid Application. 

The budgets below are based on 2014-15 Academic Year charges for a full-time undergraduate student. Budget information also is available for graduate students and School for Adult Learning students.

  • Direct cost - Fees that are paid directly to the university.
  • Indirect cost – Costs associated with needs outside of the university.
  On-Campus
(living in a residence hall with a 14-meal plan)
 Off-Campus
(living off campus or in College Crossing without meal plan)
 Commuter
(living with a parent, without a meal plan)
Tuition   $25,154   $25,154   $25,154
Room and Board   $9,010   $0   $0
Total Direct Cost   $34,164   $25,154   $25,154
             
Books and Supplies   $1,250   $1,250   $1,250
Room and Board   $0   $6,664   $2,730
Transportation   $1,140   $2,150   $2,150
Miscellaneous   $2,000   $4,220   $2,030
Total Indirect Cost   $4,390   $14,284
  $8,160

Total Cost of Education (Estimated)

 

$38,554

 

$39,438

 

$33,314

Part-time Attendance

Students who attend on a part-time basis (less than 12 credit hours per semester) are charged a per credit hour rate as follows:

Day Division $1,048
Physical Therapy Assistant Program $810

Tuition charges vary for other cohort groups.

UIndy Net Price Calculator

As a prospective full-time, undergraduate student to our UIndy campus, you may find it helpful to use our UIndy Net Price Calculator as you evaluate affordability. Through this tool you will be asked to enter information about yourself and your family’s finances which will allow us to give you an estimate of the net cost of attending the University of Indianapolis after grants and scholarships.