Paying for My Degree
Paying for a Master of Science In Nursing Degree
The IU Southeast Master of Science in Nursing program is committed to delivering the best graduate education value in the region.
Your IU Southeast graduate degree will cost less than it would at competitor school with options for tuition reciprocity, financial aid, and scholarships, and department specific aid.
Students from Bullitt, Henry, Jefferson, Meade, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer and Trimble counties in Kentucky are eligible for in-state tuition at IU Southeast.
The Midwest Student Exchange Program (MSEP) enables residents of Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, and Wisconsin who are admitted as nonresident students to enroll at IU Southeast at a reduced cost. This program became effective in the Spring 2017 semester.
You might also be eligible for tuition reimbursement through your employer. Your employer will have to become authorized as your sponsor through Student Central.
Graduate students are eligible for student loans. Keep the following in mind when applying:
• A degree-seeking graduate student must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) every year to apply for Stafford Loans.
• Graduate students must also enroll in at least four credit hours to be eligible for Stafford Loans.
• Graduate students are also eligible for federal unsubsidized student loans (up to $138,500) if they complete the FAFSA and are enrolled at the minimum part-time status.
Post-baccalaureate students are not eligible for financial aid, but may become eligible by enrolling in a degree-seeking program.
Learn more at the IU Southeast Student Central.
Scholarships and Fellowships
Graduate merit fellowships are awarded to first-term grad students. The award selection is made by IU Southeast Graduate School representatives. $1,000 is awarded each year. For these and other fellowships linked to specific programs, consult your program director of visit the Scholarships page.
Department-specific funding opportunities can be explored on the Graduate Nursing Education Funding webpage.