Fees and Financial Assistance
The cost of attending Indiana State University varies, depending on the student's residency status and whether the student
is completing coursework on campus or entirely via distance learning.
For current rates, visit academic fees (tuition).
- Financial Aid. Graduate students may be eligible for federal student loans, which offer lower interest rates and more flexible repayment
plans than most consumer loans. In addition, graduate students may be eligible for private alternative loans.
- Payment Plans. The Sycamore Plan is a comprehensive package of three creative financing solutions, offering students and their families the plan that is best for them.
- Scholarships. The University offers scholarships for eligible residents of Illinois,
Kentucky, Ohio, and
the Midwest Consortium. The University also offers a
limited number of scholarships and awards for currently enrolled graduate students. Graduate students also may be eligible
for awards and scholarships offered by outside sources, including state, regional, and national organizations.
- Veterans Benefits. Indiana State University is an approved veterans benefits institution, and is prepared to offer students the support needed
to use the education benefits they have earned.
Last updated: February 22, 2013