Ph.D. students receive competitive stipends, tuition scholarships, and health insurance.
Living and Housing Costs
Dormitories and apartments for single or married students are available on campus, along with a variety of dining facilities. Many pleasant residential areas are within a 20-minute drive of the campus. The general cost-of-living index is substantially lower than in most metropolitan areas.
Health science programs at the Medical Center enroll more than 11,000 students, including 289 graduate students in nine basic science programs. Total enrollment at the Indianapolis campus is 28,000, including undergraduates and part-time students.
Over the last ten years, approximately two thirds of graduates have taken academic positions and one third has taken industrial positions.