Our Commitment to Affordability
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Indiana Tech has always welcomed students from diverse economic and social backgrounds. We firmly believe that the decision to receive and fund a college education should not be out-of-reach no matter what your financial background is. An Indiana Tech education should be available to any student, and we're here to help make it more affordable.
The cost of attending any college can seem a bit overwhelming at first. As a private institution, we realize that the cost of attending Indiana Tech may be more than what you think you can afford. This is why the university works closely with families to build a partnership to help make Indiana Tech affordable during your time here.
While working with our financial aid office, many students find that an Indiana Tech education is actually a very affordable option. A college education is an investment in your future, and we want to help ease concerns of finances so that Indiana Tech becomes an affordable choice.
Students and their families don't always think they are eligible for scholarships so they may not always apply. Scholarships and grants are a great way to help make college more affordable without having to rely on just student loans.
Students are encouraged to investigate external scholarship opportunities from industry, private, and civic organizations. There are numereous scholarship resources available. We have listed information about scholarships on our site, but advise students to talk with their high school guidance counselor for more information on available scholarships.
For more information, please visit our scholarships page.
Planning for manageable debt
In most cases student loans are an expected part of attending college. During our students' career at Indiana Tech, we provide them with counseling sessions so they don't feel overwhelmed with their student loan debt after graduation. These sessions offer advice on how to not over-borrow when it comes to loans and strategies to manage debt once it comes time to start repaying those loans.
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