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Cost and Financial Aid Information 

The University of Indianapolis will award students currently enrolled at St. Joseph's College who transfer to the University of Indianapolis a transfer scholarship (UIndy/Saint Joseph’s College Transfer Scholarship) equal to the amount awarded by St. Joseph’s College in academic merit and need-based gift aid during the 2016-17 Academic Year (excluding talent awards such as athletic, art, music, theatre, etc. and tuition remission/exchange awards).

The UIndy/Saint Joseph’s Transfer Scholarship award amount will be renewable in the same amount each year until earning a BS degree (up to six semesters) of full-time attendance as an undergraduate student.

Students that received talent awards from Saint Joseph’s College should contact the UIndy Transfer Admissions Counselor (Carrie Powell at 317-788- 3352 or for details on whom to contact in each department to pursue these types of awards. Students interested in participating in athletics should
contact Scott Young (317-788- 3306 or in the athletic department for more information.  

The UIndy 2017-18 tuition rate is set at $27,860. UIndy tuition is approximately $3,200 less than the published tuition rate for Saint Joseph's College for the 2017-18 Academic Year. And, we will apply the UIndy/Saint Joseph’s Transfer Scholarship to our own tuition rate, which will help students better afford the transition to UIndy. In addition, UIndy will consider each student for additional scholarships and grants based on financial need as a part of our normal awarding process once the results of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid are received.  All students filing the FAFSA are automatically considered for Federal and State grants, student loans and work opportunities.

To secure funding at UIndy, students must:
• File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid at by the
March 10, 2017 state aid deadline and code UIndy (001804) to receive the
results.  Reaccess the FAFSA to add UIndy if the FAFSA has already been

• Print a copy of the 2016-17 St. Joseph award letter from the mysjc web portal and
send the letter to the admissions office to the attention of Carrie Powell.

• Once these documents are received, the student will receive a preliminary
award letter outlining the UIndy/Saint Joseph’s transfer scholarship and other
financial aid for which the student is eligible.

To complete the financial aid process, UIndy's financial aid office will contact the student to request a University Application for Financial Aid, found at https//, and verification documents, if needed, to verify information on the FAFSA.  An official award letter will be sent once all documents have been received.

Financial aid staff are available at 317-788- 3217 Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to answer questions about the transfer scholarship or the
application process.