Graduate students at IUPUI have access to several types of aid. The Office of Student Financial Services can help you understand your options, and plan for a successful financial future.
Individual departments and schools may have financial support available to graduate students in one of their programs. This support could be in the form of tuition remission, a fellowship that does not carry specific service requirements, or various types of support that requires the student to perform defined work, such as research assistantships and teaching assistantships. Some programs offer Graduate Assistantships (GA) where a student may be paid a stipend and possibly receive a tuition waiver for the semesters in which he/she is a GA. These GA positions are handled by the individual programs, not the Graduate Office. You may also find GA opportunities in IU Classifieds. Contact your program for details.
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If you are currently in the military, or a veteran please visit IUPUI's Office For Veterans and Military Personnel to learn more about opportunities available to you.
*This guide governs both the Bloomington and IUPUI campuses.