Medical students at Indiana University School of Medicine pay the same annual tuition regardless of what class level. First- and second-year students pay tuition and fees in halves consistent with their fall and spring semester registration. Third- and fourth-year students pay in thirds consistent with their registration in the summer term and the academic year (fall and spring semesters).
Currently, for incoming first-year students, the cost is approximately $35,000 for Indiana residents and $60,000 for non-residents.
The annual fees vary depending on the class year. Medical students are assessed a microscopy fee during their first two years with first-year students assessed an Interprofessional Education Fee once in the fall semester of their first year. All students are assessed the Repair and Rehabilitation Fee.