A very large institution, Indiana University has a total undergraduate enrollment of more than 30,000 students; almost one-third of students are originally from another part of the country. In-state tuition will come to a bit less than $9,000; for out-of-state this total more than triples to $31,000. Room, board, fees, and supplies will add an extra $10,000. One student was excited that although “my financial resources were limited, I was in-state . . . IU was a great deal.” There is also plenty of financial assistance available; nearly 80 percent of freshmen receive some form of need-based scholarship or grant aid. Upon graduation, enrollees can expect to have in the area of $28,000 in cumulative indebtedness.