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Adult Learners

Students looking for value will find that UIndy provides a high quality education that prepares you for your life’s work for a reasonable price. The University has worked hard to keep tuition steady and we think that you will find that compared to other colleges, UIndy will give you a quality education and not break the bank doing it.  

Many School for Adult Learning (SAL) students receive some type of financial assistance. While a full-time adult learner might be eligible for a State Grant, most SAL students rely on the federal Pell Grant and Direct Stafford Loan programs. A payment plan is also available which helps to spread the tuition expense over a four or nine month period. Take a look at what we offer.


A college education is an investment in your future.  Once you discover how affordable the Adult Learning programs are, you may just find that a UIndy degree is in your future.

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Understand your aid

To help our students defray the cost of education, UIndy participates in federal and state financial aid programs. You will also find that we offer alternative funding options that may meet your needs.

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How to apply

As a new UIndy Adult Learner or Extended Evening 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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