Indiana University Bloomington Out Of State Tuition

Last Updated on August 12, 2023 by Oluwajuwon Alvina

Cost & Finances: Admissions: Indiana University Bloomington

Undergraduate Tuition

Indiana University Bloomington tuition is $9,575 per year for in-state residents. This is 30% more expensive than the national average public four year tuition of $7,357. The cost is 56% cheaper than the average Indiana tuition of $21,597 for 4 year colleges. Tuition ranks 16th in Indiana amongst 4 year colleges for affordability and is the 50th most expensive 4 year college in the state. If attending from out-of-state, the tuition is $35,140 which represents a 267% premium.

The school charges an additional fees of $1,372 in addition to tuition bringing the total effective in-state tuition to $10,947.

Housing Costs

On campus room and board is provided by the school at a cost of $10,830 per academic year. Students electing to live off campus elsewhere in Bloomington should budget at least this amount.

Books and Supplies

The estimated annual cost for books and supplies is $1,110.

Other Living Expenses

If living on-campus, students should budget for $2,770 in additional living expenses. Off-campus students should budget for $2,770 in other miscellaneous living expenses.

Total Costs

The total tuition and living expense budget for in-state Indiana residents to go to IU is $25,657 for the 2019/2020 academic year. Out-of-state students who don’t have Indiana residence can expect a one year cost of $51,222.

Citation: Price data from the U.S. Department of Education’s 2020 IPEDS survey response for Indiana University Bloomington and represent reported costs for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Estimated Budgets
Indiana Resident Total Budget$25,657
   In-State Tuition$9,575
   Other Fees$1,372
   Room and Board$10,830
   On-Campus Other Budget$2,770
   Books and Supplies$1,110
Non-Resident Total Budget$51,222
   Out-of-State Tuition$35,140
   Other Fees$1,372
   Room and Board$10,830
   On-Campus Other Budget$2,770
   Books and Supplies$1,110
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WHAT IT REALLY COSTS

Depending on many factors including student and parent income and assets, the total cost of attendance may be less than the $25,657 published price if scholarship or grant aid is made available to you.

Net Price

The net out-of-pocket total cost you end up paying or financing though student loans is known as the net price. The reported IU net price for in-state students is $13,036* for the 2018/2019 academic year. This net price includes housing and meal expenses.

Pell Grants and other Grant Aid

74% of Indiana University Bloomington students received grant aid in 2018/2019. The average total aid amount was $10,994. 20 percent of students received aid in the form of Pell Grants from the U.S. Federal Government. The average Pell Grant awarded for 2018/2019 was $4,800. To apply for a Pell Grant to attend Indiana University Bloomington, the first step is to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Financial Aid Summary
Average Annual Net Price$13,036*
Percent of Students Receiving Grant Aid74%
Average Total Grant Aid$10,994
Percent of Students Receiving Pell Grants20%
Average Amount of Pell Grant Aid$4,800

Average Net Price for In-State Students by Family Income

The average net total cost of attendance for different levels of family income after federal, state or local government, institutional grant and scholarship aid are awarded. Data last published for the 2018/2019 academic year.

Family IncomeAvg. Net Price
$0 to $30,000$4,969
$30,001 to $48,000$6,192
$48,001 to $75,000$12,060
$75,001 to $110,000$18,951
$110,000+$21,282

indiana university scholarships

Dean’s Scholarship (IU Academic)

The Dean’s Scholarship is a four-year IU Academic Scholarship awarded to incoming first-year out-of-state students based on high academic performance. Recipients will be notified by the Office of Scholarships via email and then followed by a letter in the mail. Notifications will happen between mid-December and the first week of February. 

Deadline for application:

November 1

Award amount:

$1,000–$11,000

Eligibility requirements:

Submit a complete application for admission to Indiana University by November 1, 2021 for consideration.

Residency:

Out-of-state

IU Global Engagement Scholarship

The IU Global Engagement Scholarships are four-year scholarships awarded to incoming first-year international students of the highest academic quality. Academic performance is assessed through information provided in the IU Admissions application, including official testing and high school transcript information. No additional scholarship application is needed. Only test scores received directly from the testing agency will be considered for scholarship and admission processes.

Deadline for application:

February 1, 2022

Award amount:

$1,000–$11,000

Eligibility requirements:

Submit a complete application for admission to Indiana University by February 1, 2022 for consideration.

Residency:

International

Provost’s Scholarship (IU Academic)

The Provost’s Scholarship is a four-year IU Academic Scholarship awarded to incoming first-year Indiana resident students based on high academic performance. Recipients will be notified by the Office of Scholarships via email and then followed by a letter in the mail. Notifications will happen between mid-December and the first week of February. 

Deadline for application:

November 1

Award amount:

$1,000–$8,000

Eligibility requirements:

Submit a complete application for admission to Indiana University by November 1, 2021 for consideration.

Residency:

In-state

21st Century Scholarship Covenant

The 21st Century Scholarship Covenant provides additional financial support to 21st Century Scholars at IU Bloomington who qualify.

Award amount:

The Covenant supplements the 21st Century Scholars state grant to assist with budgeted costs for tuition and fees, room and board, and books. The receipt of other gift aid and the student’s Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) are also considered in determining the amount of the Covenant award.

Eligibility requirements:

Learn more about the 21st Century Scholarship Covenant.

Hoosier Link students who successfully transfer to IU Bloomington after no more three consecutive terms at Ivy Tech (fall, spring, and summer) are eligible to be considered for the Covenant award.

Residency:

In-state

Adam W. Herbert Presidential Scholars Program

The Adam W. Herbert Presidential Scholars Program recognizes a select number of Indiana resident students annually in the incoming freshman class.

Award amount:

The award includes a scholarship, a technology stipend, and a study abroad stipend.

Eligibility requirements:

Eligibility is based upon nomination.

Residency:

In-state

Annexstad Family Foundation

Award amount:

A total award of $25,000 will be distributed over a maximum of five years. $5,000 will be awarded annually in each of the first three years with the $10,000 balance being awarded in either the fourth year of study or split evenly between the fourth and fifth years of study. Leveraging government aid and institutional awards, the annual scholarship award will effectively close the “gap” on the total cost of attendance (COA).

Eligibility requirements:

The Leaders for Tomorrow scholarship is a merit and financial aid-based award. Indiana first year students who have demonstrated great determination and have overcome adversity are selected by IU. Students interested in receiving this scholarship are encouraged to complete their FASFA by April 15. 

Residency:

In-state, Out-of-state

Cox Research Scholarship

The Cox Research Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship program for Indiana residents of exemplary achievement and scholarly curiosity. If selected as a Cox Research Scholar, you’ll have the unique opportunity to participate in meaningful research or creative activity under the mentorship of a faculty member at IU Bloomington by completing an eight to ten hour per week work requirement.

Please see the Cox Research Scholarship website for more information.

Award amount:

A scholarship and wage package that—in conjunction with any other institutional funding a student receives—will equal the official cost of attendance at Indiana University Bloomington.

Eligibility requirements:

To be eligible for a Cox Research Scholarship, you must:

  • Enter IU classified as an Indiana resident.
  • Be pursuing your first baccalaureate degree.
  • Submit a complete application to IU Bloomington by November 1, 2021 to be automatically considered for this opportunity based on the factors in your application, including grades earned in academic coursework; performance in honors, International Baccalaureate, and Advanced Placement courses; your IU-specific essay; extracurricular activities; and other achievements.
  • Demonstrate financial need by filing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by February 1, 2022 for the upcoming academic year.
  • Be a full-time student enrolled in at least 12 credit hours upon arrival and throughout your academic career at IU Bloomington.
  • Be willing to commit to eight to ten hours of work in research each week during your entire enrollment at Indiana University.
  • Exhibit academic curiosity and intellectual prowess. You can be interested in any academic major, and are not expected to have prior research experience.

If you’re selected as a Cox Research Scholar, you can review a comprehensive list of enrollment and academic requirements here.

Please note: NCAA athletes are not eligible for Cox Scholarships.

Residency:

In-state

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