New Tuition Reduction for Online Only Students
New 25% tuition reduction for students who are taking all online courses for a semester. If a student is taking between 12-18 credit hours that includes online only courses, the 25% tuition reduction will apply. If a student is taking between 12-18 credit hours that includes both on campus and online courses the 25% tuition reduction will not apply. If the student is taking between 1-11 credit hours that includes an online course, the 25% reduction will apply for that online course or courses.
“IAIA has empowered me to move forward with my education. Once I have achieved my goals I hope to reciprocate that empowerment to my community.”
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2017–2018 Undergraduate Tuition
|Part-Time Students (1–11 credits per semester)||Cost Per Credit|
|United States Residents||$206|
|Online Only ‡||$154.50|
|Canadian First Nations||$206|
|Full-Time Students (12–18 credits per semester)||Semester||Year|
|United States Residents||$2,470 ($206 per credit over 18)||$4,940 ($206 per credit over 18)|
|Online Only ‡||$1,852.50||$3,705|
|Canadian First Nations||$2,470 ($206 per credit over 18)||$4,940 ($206 per credit over 18)|
|International||$4,940 ($412 per credit over 18)||$9,880 ($412 per credit over 18)|
View the IAIA EMPOWER Course Catalog and select the Fall 2017 term and Online location from the dropbox menus, then select Search to view all online courses.
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The Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) is the only four-year degree fine arts institution in the nation devoted to contemporary Native American and Alaska Native arts.
Offering undergraduate degrees in Studio Arts, Cinematic Arts and Technology, Creative Writing, Museum Studies and Indigenous Liberal Studies, and graduate degrees in Creative Writing, IAIA has graduated more than 3,800 students, and welcomes students from the 567 federally-recognized tribes and non-Native Americans looking to obtain a world-class arts education. In any given year, as many as 112 tribes are represented on campus, with about 20 percent of its student body non-Native American, adding to the vibrant cultural mix of IAIA’s diverse and welcoming students, faculty and staff.