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IU, IU Northwest to provide summer tuition discount

Undergraduate students registering for Summer 2013 sessions to pay 25 percent less for summer courses

Friday Apr 05, 2013

Indiana University has extended its plan to significantly reduce undergraduate tuition for summer-semester students for the 2013 sessions in order to provide financial relief to students, promote year-round college attendance, and decrease the time it takes many students to earn a degree.

Continuing through this summer, Indiana resident undergraduates enrolled at any of the seven IU campuses statewide will receive a 25-percent discount in tuition for courses taken in the summer. Nonresident undergraduate students will receive an equivalent dollar reduction in their tuition. For those students who take a full academic course load in the summer at IU Northwest, the tuition reduction would result in savings of more than $700.

Registration for Summer 2013 is under way.  The online summer schedule is available at

IU Northwest’s Summer I Session begins May 13. The Summer II Session begins July 1.

For information about registering for summer classes, visit or

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