Tuition fee reduction for O’Neill alumni

The O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs is marking its 50th anniversary by celebrating its legacy while looking to its future. And if you’re thinking about the future of your career, we’d like to take that next step together. That’s why we’ve created the O’Neill Alumni Graduate Fellowship, which offers exclusive benefits for alumni who want to pursue an O’Neill master’s degree.

Through the fellowship, O’Neill alumni will receive an application fee waiver and a 25% tuition reduction toward their master’s degree program of choice at either the IU Bloomington or IUPUI campus, or online.


You’re always part of the O’Neill family

Because you’re part of the O’Neill family, our master’s programs faculty and staff are here to support you as you upskill, pivot careers, or prepare for your next job. Compared to our undergraduate programs, you’ll find:  

  • Expanded degree options including the #1-ranked MPA in the nation 
  • Top-ranked specialty areas 
  • Added flexibility 
  • A customized learning experience through electives and diverse dual degrees 

And if you’re not ready to return to school full-time or are looking to advance in your current role or career path, we have part-time and online options designed to do just that. Submit the form on this page and we’ll be in touch to help you design a program of study that meets your needs.

O'Neill School: #1 Public Affairs 2023 US News and World Report

Top-ranked curriculum

O’Neill offers top-ranked curriculum areas and the #1 MPA program in the nation.

IU Bloomington:

  • #1 Environmental Policy and Management
  • #1 Nonprofit Management
  • #1 Public Finance
  • #2 Public Management and Leadership
  • #2 Public Policy Analysis
  • #6 Health Policy
  • #8 Social Policy
  • #9 Local Government Management


  • #3 Nonprofit Management

98%overall employment or continuing education rate for grads (2020-21)

Explore courses on both campuses

  • Master of Public Affairs (residential or online)
  • Master of Arts in Arts Administration
  • Master of Science in Environmental Science
  • Master of Environmental Sustainability
  • Master of Science in Healthcare Management (hybrid, online or executive track)
  • Master of International Affairs

Dual degrees:

  • Master of Public Affairs-Master of Science in Environmental Science
  • Master of Public Affairs-Master of International Affairs
  • Master of Public Affairs-Master of Science in Cybersecurity Risk Management
  • Master of Public Affairs-Master of Arts in Arts Administration

  • Master of Public Affairs
  • Master of Science in Criminal Justice and Public Safety

Dual degrees:

  • Master of Public Affairs-Doctor of Jurisprudence
  • Master of Public Affairs-Master of Arts in Philanthropic Studies


Fellowship eligibility requirements

To receive an O’Neill Alumni Graduate Fellowship award, you must have completed a degree from the O’Neill School and meet these admissions requirements:

  • Strong academic performance
  • Demonstrated commitment to service
  • A record of involvement and leadership on campus or in your community
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • Personal statement
  • Transcripts from all institutions attended
  • Resume
50 years at O'Neill