Tuition and Fees
The Following is a list of projected expenses the student
will incur while enrolled in the
Occupational Therapy Program.
All expenses are subject to change without notice.
Academic Fees (tuition)
Information regarding fees may be obtained on the following
One time seat fee to enter the program $500
Parking Permit is $125 per year
Distance Education fee is $30 per course
Department of Applied Medicine and Rehabilitation Fees are
$1,000 per semester
All Fees are non-refundable and subject to change.
Students are required to be Members of the American
Occupational Therapy Association and the Indiana
Occupational Therapy Association. Membership dues can be
found on the following websites:
Other Expenses: (costs vary depending on the provider)
CPR / First Aid (annual)
Health Exam (annual)
Vaccination Review (annual)
TB Test (annual,
some sites may require two step/series tests)
Personal Health Insurance (continuous throughout the
Background Check (may be required multiple times due to
individual fieldwork requirements)
Professional Liability Insurance
Professional Dress Required by Fieldwork sites
Classroom participation devices (clickers)
Students will need to have access to some form of
transportation. Most Level I and Level II Fieldwork sites
are located off campus and require personal transportation.
When on Fieldwork, students may also be required to commute
or use public transportation dependent on the location of
housing. Transportation costs are the responsibility of
The OT program develops Fieldwork sites that are local
and at a distance (nationwide). Depending on the location,
students may need to obtain short term housing to meet
Fieldwork requirements. Housing costs are the
responsibility of the student.
Text Books & Educational Resources:
Students are required to purchase the current edition of
required textbook(s) and educational resources. Students
must abide by copyright laws. Textbook lists can be found on
the ISU OT website and as you register for courses. The OT
program does not regulate where you purchase textbooks. The
online textbook list contains ISBN numbers to correctly
identify the textbook. For convenience, the Barnes and Noble
ISU Bookstore also stocks textbooks for purchase. The ISU
Bookstore supports ISU students by returning some of the
profits from textbook sales to the University for Student
Activities and Scholarships.
Select courses may require the student to purchase
Information regarding Financial Aid for Graduate Studies
is located at
Seat fees were established to identify students that are
truly interested in matriculating into the OT program.