Making an investment in your future
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. And IU does a lot to help you manage costs and keep your return on investment high.
The Office of Student Financial Assistance has information about current costs of attendance for graduate students.
IU's Student Central maintains current rates for credits hours, mandatory fees, miscellaneous fees, and more. They also offer a tool to help you estimate costs based on your term, residency, and program.
The Office of International Services publishes costs for international students, including mandatory health insurance.
Indiana University and the School of Public Health-Bloomington are committed to keeping its degrees affordable for in-state and out-of-state students through low costs and generous financial aid, including:
- Student Academic Appointments (details below)
- Privately funded merit and need-based fellowships