Typical Full-time Undergraduate Costs per Year without Financial Aid
Southeast -- In-State Students3
2012-13 through 2016-17
These estimated costs are typical for first-year undergraduates with 30 credit hours of enrollment for the academic year.Figures for comparable US institutions can be found on the federal College Navigator website (http://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/).Note that studentsí actual costs may vary from the typical figures below.
  2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 5 Yr % Change
Nominal Dollars
Tuition (Credit Hour Fees) $5,960 $6,111 $6,236 $6,356 $6,478 9%
Required Fees $616 $589 $591 $593 $595 -3%
Books & Supplies $1,100 $1,300 $1,300 $1,148 $1,204 9%
Room & Board
On Campus $9,280 $9,108 $9,208 $9,300 $9,296 < .5%
Off Campus (not with family) $9,280 $9,108 $9,208 $9,300 $7,170 -23%
Off Campus (with family)4 $3,200 $1,862 $1,902 $1,914 $1,946 -39%
Total Typical Cost of Attendance1
On Campus $19,516 $19,609 $19,829 $19,893 $19,991 2%
Off Campus (not with family) $21,116 $21,199 $21,415 $21,519 $19,245 -9%
Off Campus (with family)4 $15,036 $13,953 $14,109 $14,133 $14,021 -7%
Constant Dollars2
Value of Dollar $1.05 $1.03 $1.02 $1.02 $1.00 -5%
Total Typical Cost of Attendance1
On Campus $20,472 $20,257 $20,166 $20,211 $19,991 -2%
Off Campus (not with family) $22,151 $21,899 $21,779 $21,864 $19,245 -13%
Off Campus (with family)4 $15,773 $14,414 $14,349 $14,359 $14,021 -11%
1 Includes expenses that vary by students' housing arrangements, including local transportation and reasonable personal expenses, which are not itemized above.
2 Constant dollars for all but the most recent year are based on the average of the calendar year Consumer Price Indices (Urban CPI - all market basket items).The index used for 2015-16 is computed from the average of the June and July 2015 indices.See Table 24, pages 70-71, in the July 2015 CPI Detailed Report:http://www.bls.gov/cpi/cpi_dr.htm
3 Includes reciprocity.Reciprocity agreements exist with several counties in Kentucky that allow Southeast students to pay resident rates for instruction.
4 Beginning in 2013-14, cost of attendance (COA) estimates were reduced from prior year figures due to a new IU-wide methodology.