Tuition / Fees

Tuition for the undergraduate courses vary depending on institution and campus enrollment. See the certificate program tuition rates for the 24 credit hour certificate courses.  

Financial Aid

In regard to funding, the program is approved for federal financial aid.   If the residence is located outside Indiana, students wouldn’t be eligible for any aid from the State of Indiana.  However, students could be eligible for grants or loans from the federal government.  To determine eligibility, they would need to complete the FAFSA (  The school code for the IUPUI Campus is 001813. 

The maximum Pell Grant for the 2015-2016 school year was $5,500.   Stafford Loan programs come in both subsidized and non-subsidized.  Subsidized loans are those where the government is paying the interest while the student is enrolled at least half-time (6.0 cr hrs or more).  More information about this loan program is online at

Once a student has been enrolled in program courses and has completed the FAFSA, they can seek assistance from the IUPUI Office of Student Financial Assistance at (317) 274-4162 or More information is online at This site has good information about the different types of aid available and how to apply for aid.

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