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Traditional Undergraduate

Tuition and fees are based upon enrollment, choice of housing, and meal plans as well as parking and student service fees. For ease of use and planning purposes, we have broken down these tuition and fees into a per-semester amount and an annual amount.

Please remember that the tuition and fees listed do not account for any scholarships and/or financial aid you may have to help pay these expenses. If you are concerned that you may not have enough scholarship and/or financial aid funds to cover your costs, please contact our office so we may assist you.

To help keep the tuition affordable for our students, we created the USave tuition guarantee program. Designed for incoming freshmen and transfers in our traditional undergraduate program, USave keeps your tuition at the same level each year until you graduate. More information can be found on the USave tuition guarantee program page.

2021-2022 Tuition and Fees

DescriptionCost Per SemesterCost Per Year
Tuition: 1 – 11 credits$557.00 per credit hour$557.00 per credit hour
Tuition: 12-18 credits$14,178$28,356
Student Services Fee$242$484
Student Health InsuranceAugust 1st – July 31st (full year)$1,935
Student Health InsuranceJanuary 1st – July 31st (spring only)TBD

*Any CPS course that falls outside of the Traditional Day  academic calendar will be subject to additional charges and will require to be prepaid in full.  CPS courses in Fall Session 1 and Session 4 will be billed separately at your current tuition rate and require prepayment.  CPS courses in Spring Session 7 and Session 8 will be billed separately at your current tuition rate and require prepayment.

Program Fees

Program FeeCost Per SemesterCost Per Year
Biology, Health, and Forensic Sciences$909$1,818
Computer Sciences$631$1,262
Exercise Science$443$886

Housing and Meal Plans

Pierson Center & Full Meal Plan

Room/Meals OptionCost Per SemesterCost Per Year

Kalbfleisch Hall (Formerly Warrior Row C) & Full Meal Plan

Room/Meals OptionCost Per SemesterCost Per Year

Evans-Kimmell & Oropeza Halls

Room/Meals OptionCost Per SemesterCost Per Year
Double & Full Meal Plan$5,981$11,962
Double & Any 10 Meal Plan$5,152$10,304
Double & Any 5 Meal Plan$4,518$9,036
Single & Full Meal Plan$7,906$15,812
Single & Any 10 Meal Plan$7,077$14,514
Single & Any 5 Meal Plan$6,443$12,886

Summit Hall

Room/Meals OptionCost Per SemesterCost Per Year
Summit Hall & Full Meal Plan$6,293$12,586
Summit Hall & Any 10 Meal Plan$5,464$10,928
Summit Hall & Any 5 Meal Plan$4,830$9,660

Yergens-Rogers Hall

Room/Meals OptionCost Per SemesterCost Per Year
No Meal Plan$4,639$9,278

Warrior Row A & B (No meal plan)

Room/Meals OptionCost Per SemesterCost Per Year

Summer Housing

Summer HousingCost
No Meal Plan$2,160

Meal Plans

Meal OptionsCost Per SemesterCost Per Year
Full Meal Plan$2,132$4,264
Any 5 Meals per Week$669$1,338
Any 10 Meals per Week$1,303$2,606
50 Meal Block*$422
100 Meal Block*$829

If you are a resident and interested in purchasing a meal plan (Any 5 meals, Any 10 meals or full meal plan), you may self-select your plan through the housing portal or by contacting the Residence Life Office. If you are a commuter and interested in purchasing a meal plan (Any 5 meals, Any 10 meals or full meal plan), please contact the Associate Vice President of Student Services, Chris Dickson. If you would like to add a meal block (50 or 100 meal block) to your account, please contact Student Financial Services.

Meal plans may not be reduced or cancelled after the second week of classes except as a result of changing residence halls. *Meal blocks are non-refundable and any unused meals at the end of the academic school year are forfeited.

Parking Permits

StudentCost Per SemesterCost Per Year

Other Expenses

Curriculum Change$10
Late Registration$20/class
Returned Check or Returned ACH$30/item
Late Tuition Charge (per month)$50
Replacement ID Fee$20

*Valid July 1, 2021-June 30, 2022

To estimate your cost of attendance, add:

  • Tuition
  • Student Services Fee
  • A program fee, if there is one for your major
  • Your housing and meal plan (if you don’t know your housing assignment yet, use the cost of a double room in Kalbfleisch Hall for estimating purposes), if applicable
  • A parking permit fee, if applicable

When comparing Indiana Tech to other colleges, remember that:

  • Textbook rental is included in tuition
  • All students have free access to our Wellness Center
  • All students have free admission to athletic events
  • On-campus residents have free use of laundry facilities
  • Campus activities such as guest speakers, performances, and movies in our theater are usually free

As a new student, please be aware of the required deposits:

  • Tuition deposit: $100, paid before your first semester and deducted from tuition costs
  • Housing deposit: $350, paid before your first semester of living on campus

Tuition Policy Force Majeure Events:

Indiana Tech may terminate or temporarily suspend performance of any part of this Contract, without notice, in the event Indiana Tech’s obligations and/or duties under this Contract are prevented or delayed, either directly or indirectly, by consequence of a Force Majeure Event. A Force Majeure Event means a cause or event beyond the reasonable control of Indiana Tech, including, but not limited to, an act of God, natural disaster, act of war, act of terrorism, or act of the public enemy; national emergency, moratorium, riot, public protest, or demonstration; flood, tidal wave, fire, explosion, bomb detonation, nuclear fallout, windstorm, tornado, hurricane, sinkhole, earthquake, or other casualty, disaster, or catastrophe; epidemic, pandemic or other infectious disease, or other similar causes; any existing or future laws or acts of the Federal or any state government (including specifically, but not exclusively, any orders, rules or regulations issued by any official or agency of any such government) resulting in a complete or partial shutdown; or any other cause or causes (whether or not similar in nature to any of those specified above) beyond Indiana Tech’s reasonable control, irrespective of whether such contingency is specified herein or is presently occurring or anticipated.

In the case of a Force Majeure event, Indiana Tech reserves the right to determine how and by what method educational instruction will be provided to the student. Educational instruction may be provided through methods consistent with Indiana Tech’s philosophy, as practicable under the circumstances, and at locations removed from the regular instructional rooms or buildings, including virtual instruction. Indiana Tech assumes no responsibility or liability for failure to perform any terms or conditions of this Contract due to circumstances beyond its control. No refund, recompense, or compensation is provided for tuition of fees and/or financial aid in the event Indiana Tech must change its method of instruction, suspend or close due to a Force Majeure Event, nor retribution for discomfort. Indiana Tech shall not be responsible for any failure to provide educational programs or instruction in the event Force Majeure conditions exist. In such event, Indiana Tech shall not be obligated to refund any amount the student already paid pursuant to the Contract. Nothing in this Contract shall be construed to relieve the student of his/her payment obligations under this Contract, or waive any right or claim of Indiana Tech for payment under the terms of this Contract.

This Agreement shall be interpreted, enforced, and governed under the laws of Indiana. This Agreement shall in all respects be interpreted, enforced and governed by and under the laws of the State of Indiana, without regard to choice of law principles. Should any arbitrator or court of competent jurisdiction declare any provision of this Agreement unenforceable, all other provision of this Agreement shall not be affected and will remain enforceable.