Same school, new name. The School of Informatics and Computing is changing its name effective January 11, 2023. Learn more about the name change

Cost & Financial Aid

We want to help you achieve your dreams. Because supporting successful students is important to us, we offer a number of scholarships. Additionally, we encourage you to consider other ways to pay for college, including state and federal financial aid. Here are some resources to help you understand the cost of college—and ways you can cover some or all of the costs.

To find the tuition amount when using the Calculate your Costs link:

  • In-Person Undergraduate Program students: Select “All other undergrad programs”
  • Online Undergraduate Program students: Select from the list under “Online Programs” your degree or certificate program
  • Library and Information Science students: Select “Library and Information Science program”
  • All other graduate students: Select “All other graduate programs”

First: Complete the FAFSA

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is the first step students take toward funding their education.

When you submit your FAFSA, you’ll automatically be considered for a variety of state and federal financial aid programs, including grants, work-study positions, and loans.

Make sure to submit your FAFSA every year.

Submit Your FAFSA


Master’s Student Scholarships

Students who meet criteria for admission to our Applied Data Science, Bioinformatics, Health Informatics, or HCI master’s programs will be considered for an admission-based scholarship.

Ph.D. Fellowships

We offer fellowships to qualified, full-time Ph.D. students. To be automatically considered for a fellowship, Ph.D. applicants must submit their application by the deadline.