Graduate students pay different tuition rates than undergrads—but with IPFW’s many options for financial aid, scholarships, and assistantships, you can keep grad school affordable.
|Graduate||Per Semester||Per Year|
|Tuition ($739.65 per credit) @ 9 credits per semester||$6,657||$13,314|
|On-campus housing (4 bed/2 bath @ $543/month, 10 month contract)*||$2,715||$5,430|
|Health Insurance ($98 per month)||$588||$1,176|
|Food (Not a billed cost)**||$2,160||$4,320|
|Books (Not a billed cost)**||$624||$1,248|
|Personal Expenses (Not a billed cost)**||$1,455||$2,910|
* Prices are based on 4-bed/2-bath on-campus housing. Students may opt to live in another on-campus housing option or live off-campus.
** These costs are variable. The actual costs depend on spending preferences of individual students.
*** The estimated cost listed does not take into consideration the Chancellor’s Merit Award, if awarded. The actual billed cost depends on the value of any awards and the number of credit hours taken each semester. The Chancellor’s Merit Award is awarded to five international graduate students every year based on the student’s academic records. Awards are determined by a thorough review of the information provided on the International Student Application and the required supporting documents. The maximum annual value for the award is approximately $6,971.40 (for up to four semesters).
As with any college or university, there will be additional unbilled costs: supplies, entertainment, clothing, transportation, vacations, etc. The total amount for unbilled costs will vary depending on each student’s lifestyle.
Students can expect that the cost of attendance will increase by 2–3% each year of enrollment.
See the Tuition & Fee Rate Schedule for complete tuition and fee rates.
You can also visit IPFW Financial Aid to learn more about tuition, fees, and opportunities for financial aid.