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Financial Resources for Students

Here, you can find information about scholarships and financial aid aimed towards transfer students and general students as well.



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Scholarship Resources


  • Two Oak Scholarship

    This competitive scholarship supports an Ivy Tech Community College of Central Indiana graduate who has been admitted to IUPUI and plans to pursue a bachelor’s degree dedicated to helping or serving others. Applicants must be graduating with an associate degree from Ivy Tech- Central Indiana, plan to attend IUPUI pursuing a degree in or related to nursing, medicine, teaching, social work, counseling or a similar profession dedicated to helping others, demonstrate financial need, and have a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
  • Passport to IUPUI Scholarship

    This competitive $3,000 annually renewable scholarship for up to four semesters with fulltime enrollment is available to students who apply to transfer to IUPUI the fall semester following completion of an Associate's degree (A.A., A.S. or A.A.S.) from Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana. The scholarship is awarded upon admission to IUPUI. Recipients must have a minimum 3.4 cumulative GPA or be a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honors society with a 3.2 cumulative GPA. Deadline for application is June 15th of each year.


  • Transfer Student Scholarships

    Online resource for scholarship applications and information for transfer students.


  • IUPUI Scholarship Office

    Online resource for scholarship applications and information on IUPUI scholarships, including departmental, school-based scholarships, as well as the general campus-wide scholarships.


  • Bowen Scholarship

    The Bowen Scholarship is awarded to selected applicants for a maximum of three years, up to 70 credit hours, or the completion of an Associate's Degree, a technical certificate or a certificate of training, whichever comes first. NOTE: This program is only for Ivy Tech Bowen Scholars or IUPUI students who are Ivy Tech Bowen Scholar alums.


  • ODAA High Ability Transfer Scholarship

    The purpose of the High Ability Transfer Scholarship is to provide IUPUI with the unique opportunity to attract top caliber transfer students to its campus. The scholarship also seeks to further enhance the academic and social vitality of the campus by supporting the enrollment and subsequent graduation of future scholars who are committed to thriving in IUPUI’s inclusive learning environment.


  • Nina Mason Pulliam Legacy Scholars

    Scholarship program, created by the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust, is in tribute to the life & values of Nina Mason Pulliam (1906-1997), who was a journalist, business leader, humanitarian, and lover of all creatures.


  • Indiana TRIO

    TRIO strives to broaden accessibility to and assure the success of students in formal postsecondary education. The programs’ goal is to bring together students into a work and study community where they are provided with on-going resources and support.

  • 21st Century Scholars

    21st Century Scholars is a state-sponsored, college access and success program in support of Indiana students. Participants begin the program during their 7th or 8th grade years and complete requirements throughout high school to earn funding for college. Scholars are required to meet requirements to maintain their scholarship during college and to complete their degree successfully. The 21st Century Scholars Success Program at IUPUI provides support to scholars on their college journey through a diverse offering of programs and services.


  • Sam H. Jones Community Service Scholarships

    The Sam H. Jones Community Service Scholarship offers financial awards for community service, as well as a variety of components to help students grow as a student, community member, and leader. Scholarships include many volunteer opportunities, service learning courses, leadership training, networking with faculty and community leaders, and a family of service-minded students.


Alternative Resources


  • Passport Financial Assistance Agreement

    Resource which allows students to receive financial aid at Ivy Tech-Central Indiana campuses when enrolled simultaneously via the Ivy Tech Guest Student Application at Ivy Tech Community College-Central Indiana and IUPUI.


  • IUPUI Tuition & Fee Estimator

    Resource to calculate an estimate of tuition cost based on yearly fee rates.


  • Banded (Flat-Rate) Tuition

    Effective Fall 2016, full-time undergraduate students enrolled in on-campus degree programs and all non-degree undergraduate students at IUPUI will pay the same amount for their basic tuition when taking between 12 credits and 18 credits, rather than pay a per-credit rate.


  • College Budget Balancer

    Resource to assist students evaluate their personal college budget.


  • Net Price Calculator

    Free resource to calculate what your out-of-pocket expense will be, and will also tell you your financial aid eligibility.


  • IU MoneySmarts

    Resource established to assist students in making informed financial decisions before, during, and after college.


Course Fees and Additional Costs


  • Cost of Attendance (COA)

    The IUPUI Office of Student Financial Services estimate of student’s educational expenses for the academic year. Typically, COA includes estimated costs such as books, off-campus housing, transportation, and miscellaneous personal expenses.


  • Program and Course Fees

    Some programs and courses taken at IUPUI have specific program, laboratory or course fees that are in addition to the credit hour fee paid for the course.


  • Student Parking Permits & Rates

    All students, faculty and staff must have a university permit to park on any IUPUI campus lots and garages, year around.


  • Textbook Options: Barnes and Noble @IUPUI bookstore