The Finish in Four On-Time Completion Award is a pilot program created to provide an incentive for students to graduate in four years. After all, sticking to a four-year plan is one of the easiest ways to minimize tuition costs and student debt. It's also a great way to get a jumpstart on your career, increasing your earning power and job opportunities.
What Is the Finish in Four Award?
The Finish in Four On-Time Completion program provides students who have met the relevant milestones by the Fall of 2013 with an award that covers any increase in tuition and mandatory fees in their junior and senior years at IU. It only applies to the fall and spring semesters, and can be applied for a maximum of two years.
When Will the Program Begin?
The first Finish in Four awards will be distributed to eligible juniors and seniors in the fall of 2013. It will be run as a pilot program for the next two academic years. Its impact on four-year graduation rates will be assessed during the 2015-2016 academic year.
Learn more about how the Finish in Four program works.