Financial aid comes in many forms, including state and federal financial aid, loans,
grants, and work-study programs.
Students are eligible for consideration for financial aid programs if they are seeking ISU degrees and are U.S. citizens or eligible non-citizens. Non-degree undergraduate students (completing courses or certificate programs) are not eligible.
To apply for aid, follow the instructions below. Please note that students must apply for financial aid each year. Financial aid is not automatically renewed.
Applying for most federal and state aid starts with completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). The Federal School code for Indiana State University is 001807. For instructions (and on-line application) go to www.fafsa.gov
Note: Students who submitted a FAFSA last year, and are eligible, may choose to have most of the answers prefilled. This significantly reduces the time it takes to complete the application. For instructions, visit reapplying for federal student aid.
The University recommends filing the FAFSA as soon as possible after January 1 (and before March 1) to be considered for all possible funding sources. Applications received after March 10 will be processed; however the types of state assistance available will be limited. For important FAFSA dates, refer to these dates and deadlines.
Last updated: 2 May 2013
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