The first of many ways we’ll help you make smart financial decisions
Let’s be honest: college is expensive. Where to go and what kinds of financial aid to accept are big decisions. And we want to help you make good ones.
We’ve taken big steps to keep your costs as low as possible, including increasing scholarship amounts and expanding the number of classes that undergraduates can take under our flat-rate tuition. We also launched MoneySmarts—a nationally recognized financial literacy program—and made students’ debt letters more understandable. In 2020-2021, 51% of bachelor's degree recipients graduated without debt. Over half the recipients of bachelor's degrees Since 2011, students at Indiana University’s seven campuses have reduced their borrowing by 26%.
You should also consider another important factor: how IU Bloomington’s career-focused academics, extensive research opportunities, and leadership-enhancing student life set you up for a successful and fulfilling career.