Cost & Financial Aid
Earning a degree from the IU School of Public Health-Bloomington will take a big investment of time, brainpower, and, of course, money. But you’ll graduate from a school and a university that are respected worldwide, with a degree from one of our highly ranked. And we do a lot to manage costs and keep your return on investment high.
Cost estimates for undergraduate students are based on a full-time enrollment of 12 to 17 credit hours per semester. International students have different tuition, fees, and estimated expenses. Visit the Office of International Services.
Indiana Residency Status Rules: Physical presence at Indiana University does not guarantee Indiana state resident classification. Indiana residency status for individuals under 21 years of age is determined by the parent's state of residence. Individuals 21 and older who are entering Indiana from other states or countries for the purpose of pursuing their education at Indiana University will NOT be granted Indiana residency status.
Opportunities for financial aid are available at the federal, state, university, and school levels.
Get your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Find most financial aid information through the IU Bloomington Office of Admissions. In addition, the School of Public Health-Bloomington offers numerous privately-funded scholarships for undergraduate students.