Undergraduate Programs



IUPUC tuition is set annually by the Trustees of Indiana University. Current fee information appears in the Registration Guide, available online, and the rules that determine whether students are residents or nonresidents for fee-paying purposes are available online as well. Undergraduate programs and most graduate/professional programs charge by the credit hour.

In addition to tuition, there are some special course fees for equipment or supplies; all undergraduates are assessed technology and student activities fees. New students are charged  a New Student Enrollment Fee. The semester parking fee is optional, and books and supplies are additional. Various payment options are described in the Registration Guide. See bursar.iupuc.edu for more information, including current fees.

Students whose financial aid or loans have not yet arrived may qualify for automatic aid deferments through the Financial Aid Office. As long as students have anticipated aid listed on their OneStart account, they only need to pay tuition and fees in excess of the amount of anticipated aid listed.  If the anticipated aid has not been credited by the second due date of the semester, it is the student’s responsibility to resolve his or her issue with the financial aid office or personally pay the balance. Students are not removed from classes for failing to pay their bills.

If a bill remains unpaid and the student does not withdraw during the refund period, he or she is still responsible for the unpaid tuition and fees regardless of attendance or grade received.  If the student withdraws, the bills will be adjusted accordingly, only if the withdraw occurs during a refund period.  It is, therefore, critical that students check with the Bursar or monitor their accounts via OneStart to determine whether they received financial aid.