You’ll need to verify your citizenship to be eligible for in-state tuition rates as well as scholarships, grants, assistantships, or other aid funded through IU East.
If you’re unable to verify that you’re lawfully residing in the United States, your residency status will be changed to nonresident, and you’ll lose your university financial aid.
Your residency and aid will be unaffected if:
- You’re a U.S. citizen
- You’re a permanent resident, asylee, or refugee
- You live outside the United States and will complete your program while residing abroad
- You’re a foreign national with a valid U.S. visa or immigration status