The “Take 5” Campaign is an early intervention
program that focuses on time management and financial planning.
Approximately 79% of students at Indiana State receive federal,
state, and institutional aid. Our goal is to remove financial
barriers for our students seeking to complete their education at
Students starting ISU in the Spring/Summer 2017 semester must
complete the Financial Aid cycle for 2016-2017 and 2017-2018.
Step 1: Email. Check your ISU email on a
regular basis and resolve all requests
Step 2: FAFSA. File your FASFA and resolve
any issues at www.fafsa.gov.
Step 3: Financial Aid Status. Ensure all
financial aid requirements are complete and
"X" issues are resolved.
Step 4: Outstanding Holds. Ensure all holds
are resolved in the MyISU Portal
Step 5: Educational Expenses. Do you have
enough money to pay your bill and purchase
books? If not, make arrangements to cover your
expenses so that you may avoid late payment
Priority registration for Fall 2017 classes begins on April 17, 2017.
Students who have unpaid charges may be prevented from enrolling. There may
be financial aid available to help you pay your charges. You can find federal
aid for which you may qualify by visiting our
Types of Aid webpage. You will also
want to ensure that you do not have any missing or incomplete documents. Needed
documents can be found by logging into the
MYISU Portal, selecting the Student
Self Service badge, and clicking the View My Financial Aid link on the