Paying For College

The cost of tuition, books and supplies might seem a little scary, but there are many sources of financial aid available to make financing your education a little easier. You can find more information about the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and a checklist to help you complete the financial aid process under the financial aid section this the website.

Types of Financial Aid:

  • A grant from the state of Indiana
  • A federal Pell grant
  • A federal Stafford loan
  • A work-study job

You can find a complete list of scholarships here.

If your federal student aid or loans do not cover the cost of your tuition and/or you just need assistance paying for college, one option is our tuition payment plan offered through Nelnet Business Solutions. The tuition payment plan provides a low cost option for budgeting tuition and fees. Click here for more information.

Payments can be made in various ways:

  1. Online through Campus Connect
    - Log in to Campus Connect
    - Click the View Account/Pay Bill link in the My Ivy Tech channel
    - Follow the instructions in Campus Connect to pay for your fees
  2. In person at your local bursar/business office or by mail
    - After hours drop boxes are available at most campuses

Payment of Fees

All tuition and fees must be paid or arranged to pay by 11:59pm on the following dates:

  • Spring 2014 tuition due by January 17, 2014
  • Summer 2014 tuition due date depends on the first day of your first class:
    • Classes starting the week of May 12: Check your student account, payment due immediately.
    • Classes starting the week of May 27: tuition due May 23
    • Classes starting the week of June 9: tuition due June 6
    • Classes starting the week of August 4: tuition due August 1
  • Fall 2014 tuition due by August 22, 2014

Payment methods include:

*If mailing a personal check, please make it out to "Ivy Tech Community College" and include the student's name and student ID number in the Memo line.