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Indiana Scholarships

by Mary Brito | Last Updated: October 23, 2022

Important Note: The purpose of this detailed listing is to help you plan your scholarship search throughout the year. Please find information below about scholarships for Indiana students. Some of the deadlines may be from prior years. Scholarship deadlines are cyclical, so even if a deadline has passed, the website will likely be updated for the 2022-23 cycle. Be sure to reach out to the sponsor or check sponsor websites for the most recent details.

January

This gives twenty $1,500 awards. This is available to members of the Future Farmers of America (FFA) who are residents of one of the following states: Arkansas, California, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia or Wisconsin. The applicant must plan to major in an eligible agricultural field and have a grade point average of 2.5 or higher. The deadline to apply is January 15th. Learn more here.

 

This gives up to $3,500. This is available for high school seniors who are members of the Future Farmers of America planning to pursue a four-year degree in food science and technology and who have work-related experience in agriculture. Applicants must reside and attend a college or university in Indiana, Kentucky, or Ohio. The deadline for applications is January 15th. More info. here.

This is up to $1,125. This award is available for current high school seniors who represent an ethnic minority group and have participated in community service. Applicants must have a grade point average of 3.0 or higher, be a resident of an eligible Indiana county, and plan to attend an Indiana college/university. The deadline is January 15th.  More details here.

This is for $1,000. This award is available for high school seniors who are residents of select counties in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Indiana, Georgia, and North Carolina. Applicants must plan to major in select agricultural-related fields; preference is given to students majoring in food science or animal/poultry science. The deadline to apply is January 15th.  Read more here.

These are up to $60,000 ($15,000/year for 4 years) for incoming Jewish Studies majors or Jewish sacred music students entering Indiana University in the Fall. The deadline to apply is January 19th. Learn more here.

$1000 scholarships will be awarded to qualified Indiana high school seniors who have a minimum 3.0 GPA, demonstrated financial need and plan on attending an accredited college or university. The deadline is January 25th. Website found here.

This provides 200 high-achieving high school and college students interested in pursuing a career in education the opportunity to earn a renewable scholarship of up to $7,500 a year for four academic years. The deadline to apply is January 31st. Read more here.

This awards undocumented students full tuition along with other mandatory fees. Applicants must reside in Indiana, have come to the U.S before the student was 16, be graduating seniors, display financial need, have obtained a minimum GPA of 2.8, enroll into a four year program full time at one of the affiliated colleges and relocate to the respective college. The deadline to apply is January 31st. More details here.

This awards undocumented students full tuition along with other mandatory fees. Applicants must have come to the U.S before the student was 16, be graduating seniors, have obtained a minimum GPA of 2.5, enroll into a two/four year program full time at the affiliated colleges. The deadline to apply is January 31st. More details here.

This awards students $2,000. Applicants must be a graduating senior, have obtained a minimum GPA of 3.4, reside in Indiana, intend to enroll in a two/four year institution and submit a written essay. The deadline to apply is January 31st. More details here.

This awards students $7,500 per year to those that show leadership, community service, and financial need. Applicants must be graduating high school, intend to enroll into a four year college/university, display the qualities above, and have a minimum SAT score of 1000 or ACT score of 22. The deadline to apply is January 12th. More information here.

February

This offers ten $2,000 awards to admitted students who have participated in a FIRST Robotics Competition or a FIRST Robotics Tech Challenge Team in high school. To apply for the scholarship, applicants must complete the FIRST Scholarship form and submit a letter of recommendation from an adult mentor/coach on their FIRST team by February 1st. Learn more here.

This supports students pursuing a degree in secondary education at an Indiana college or university. Applicants must plan on pursuing a bachelor’s degree or master’s degree in secondary education. The deadline to apply is February 1st. More info. here.

Applicants must be an Indiana resident and a current high school senior who will be attending the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. Must demonstrate financial need as well.  The deadline to apply is February 1st. Read more here.

This will be awarded to qualified Hispanic descent seniors who are residents of Indiana, plan on attending college, have a minimum 3.0 GPA and demonstrate financial need and community service. The deadline to apply is February 1st. Learn more here.

This provides financial assistance to a student who believes in constitutionally-based limited government based upon Judeo Christian values. Minimum 3.0 GPA. Open to any student in Indiana, with a preference given to students residing in or from Arcadia or Cicero, Indiana. The deadline to apply is February 1st. More details here.

This is up to $2,500. This is available to Indiana High School Senior(s) whose parents are battling breast cancer or who have lost a parent to breast cancer. The deadline to apply is early February. Application found here.

This was created to provide financial assistance to black students that will be full time students at Butler University. The applicant must attend Butler University full-time, show financial need and demonstrate identification with and commitment to the African-American community. The deadline for applications is February 1st. Website found here.

This gives Indiana residents the opportunity to earn scholarships. Their mission is to remove barriers with scholarships designed to increase access to post-secondary education opportunities for all types of students. The deadline to apply for these scholarships is February 1st. Learn more here.

This supports professional women engineers in the greater Indianapolis area.  This provides one scholarship for $2,000. To be considered, you must be an undergraduate or graduate student attending colleges and universities in Indiana. Financial need is preferred. The deadline for applications is February 15th. Read more here.

This awards students $3,500 to members of the Key Club International. Applicants must reside in Indiana, be a graduating senior, have obtained a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and have been a member for two years in good standing. The deadline to apply is February 1st. More details here.

This awards students $3,000 per year. Applicants must be a child and dependent of an employee of the organization, be less than 23 years old, be a graduating senior, and enroll full time into a college/university. The deadline to apply is February 15th. More details here.   

March

This awards $1,000 per year to a high school senior living and attending school in the Harvest Land market area. Students must plan to enter an agricultural program and be involved in agriculture in the local community. The deadline to apply is March 1st. More details here

 

This is for $2,000. This is available to currently enrolled full-time students at any Indiana college or university. Applicants must have finished at least one semester with a minimum 3.0 GPA and have shown outstanding character through leadership activity. The deadline to apply is March 1st. Learn more here.

This is open to Graduating High School Seniors, GED recipients, or college students ages 17 to 24 who identify as Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, or Transgender or are the child of LGBT parents. The deadline to apply is March 1st. Website found here.

This gives one $1000 scholarship to a qualified senior from a Hamilton County high school who plans on majoring in the field of visual arts as an art major. Must include a portfolio of three to five pieces of work. The deadline to apply is March 12th. Read more here.

This is available to students maintaining a 3.0 GPA and enrolled as a Junior or Senior at an accredited Indiana college or university.  Awards are provided by the Putnam County Community Foundation. The amount provided is $1,000 and the deadline to apply is March 15th. More info. Here.

This is for  $1000. This will be awarded to a qualified Indiana high school senior who plans on pursuing a degree in either fine arts or art education from a college, university or school of design. The deadline for applications is March 15th. Learn more here.

This is offering $16,000 to qualified FHS seniors who are members of FFA and to qualified HSEHS seniors who are members of the HSEHS girls soccer team or girls track team or FFA or National Honor Society. Applicants must have consistently participated in the Colglazier Workday. The deadline for applications is March 18th. Apply here.

This is a scholarship ranging from $500 to $3000 will be awarded to a qualified FHS or HSEHS senior with a minimum 3.0 GPA majoring in a field related to building trades. Applicants must also be planning to attend a two year or four year Indiana college or university & be involved in a variety of activities. The deadline to apply is March 18th. Apply here.

This gives two $2000 scholarships to qualified FHS or HSEHS seniors with a minimum 3.0 GPA who plan to major in law enforcement, social work or related fields at a four year college or university. The deadline to apply is March 18th. Apply here.

A $500 scholarship will be awarded to one male and one female student graduating from either FHS or HSEHS. Must have attended Hoosier Road Elementary School for a minimum of one full school year. Must submit an essay on interests, passions and a life lesson learned during your educational experience. The deadline to apply is March 18th. Apply here.

A $500 scholarship will be awarded to one male and one female senior graduating from either FHS or HSEHS. Must have attended Geist Elementary School for one complete year (K-4). Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA, be active in a variety of activities and plan on attending a four-year college or university. The deadline to apply is March 18th. Apply here.

This gives two $1500 scholarships to a graduating senior from FHS and a graduating senior from HSEHS. Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and plan to major in a field related to business or education. Must attend a four year college or university and be involved in a variety of activities. The deadline to apply is March 18th. Apply here.

 This is a scholarship ranging from $500 to $1000 will be awarded to a qualified FHS or HSEHS senior with a minimum 2.5 GPA who has overcome adversity and plans on pursuing education in the visual or performing arts. The deadline to apply is March 18th. Requirements and application here.

This provides an abundance of local scholarships to help students obtain a higher education. Requirements vary but the deadline to apply is March 18th. Learn more here.

This is committed to supporting students as they pursue higher education. We are pleased to offer three $500 scholarships to a high school senior or graduate from Hamilton County, Parke County, and Wabash County. The deadline is March 25th. More info. here.

This is available to college-bound high school seniors who currently have or have experienced cancer personally, or has a parent/guardian or sibling who currently has or has had cancer. Two awards of $5,000 each are available. The deadline is March 30th. More details here.

This is available to United States citizens living in Hammond, Indiana. Applicants must be graduates from an area high school with good standing. The deadline to apply is March 30th. Read more here.

This gives up to six $3,000 scholarships. This will be awarded to high school seniors or college students who are residents of Hamilton County and intend on majoring in Horticulture. The deadline to apply is March 31st. Apply here.

This awards scholarships to deserving high school and/or college students yearly in April. To be eligible, students must plan to pursue a career in advertising, marketing, public relations or graphic design. The applicant must be graduating from a high school or currently attending college in Vanderburgh, Warrick, Posey, Gibson, Pike in Indiana or Edwards, White, Wabash, Wayne in Illinois or Henderson, Union, Daviess in Kentucky. Entrants must be majoring in Advertising, Marketing, Graphic Design or Public Relations and have a minimum GPA of 3.0. The amount varies and the deadline to apply is March 31st. More info. here.

This gives up to two $2,000 awards. This scholarship is available for U.S. high school seniors and undergraduate students in the Ohio Valley Region (Southern Indiana, Kentucky, Western Tennessee and Southern Ohio) who are planning to major in engineering and pursue a career in iron and steel technology. Applicants must be AIST members or dependents of AIST members. The deadline for submission is March 31st. More details here.

This provides students with various awards to those that demonstrate academic success with a minimum GPA of 3.0 in science or chemistry. To be awarded, students must be a graduating senior, plan to enroll as a full time student, intend to major and pursue chemistry related sciences, display financial need through FAFSA, and identify with African-American/Black, Hispanic/Latino, or American Indian. The deadline to apply is March 1st. More information here.

This grants student athletes $1,500 to those that have overcame injury or adversity and came back stronger. Applicants must be nominated by their family, athletic director, coach, community, or trainer, overcome the above, display good sportsmanship, academic excellence, and must have been a part of a team in the previous year. The deadline to apply is March 5th. More details here.

This awards students up to $10,000. Applicants must be eligible for Pell Grant, be diverse, enroll in a two/four year institution, display qualities of leadership, and not reside in Utah. The deadline to apply is March 8th. More details here.

This grants African American/Black students passionate for technology various awards ranging from a one time award of 2,500 to a $5,000 renewable award. Applicants must identify as African American/Black, be a graduating senior within the U.S, intend to enroll in a college/university and study the majors listed, have obtained a minimum GPA of 3.3, and display qualities of leadership and financial need. The deadline to apply is March 15th. More details here.

This grants Jewish students various awards to those pursuing higher education. Applicants must be a graduating senior, enroll into a college/university within Indiana, display civic engagement, qualities of leadership, and academic excellence. The deadline to apply is March 15th. More details here.

April

This is a $2000 scholarship for a Hamilton County senior who plans to attend college in fall and major in theater, drama and/or performing arts. Letters of recommendation and essay are required. The deadline is April 8th. Website found here.

This is for Loogootee high school seniors who are pursuing a higher education. The amount varies and the deadline to apply is April 14th.  Apply here.

This is designed to provide access for Hoosier students to attend eligible public, private, and proprietary postsecondary institutions. Eligibility for the grant is based on financial need as determined by the FAFSA. The grant may be used toward tuition and regularly assessed fees. Applicants must be an Indiana resident by December 31st the year prior to applying and must remain a resident throughout the academic year, be a U.S. Citizen or eligible non-citizen and be a high school graduate or hold a GED, attend or plan to attend an eligible college or university, and plan to enroll in a course of study leading to an associate or first bachelor’s degree. The amount varies and the deadline to apply is April 15th. Learn more here.

This is awarded to students residing in Penn, Harris or Madison townships who attend or plan on attending a local college or university. This was created to foster the education of local students planning to attend local colleges or universities. Award amounts vary depending on funds available and the deadline to apply is April 15th. Apply here.

 

This is a merit and financial aid-based award. Indiana first year students who have demonstrated great determination and have overcome adversity are selected by IU. The deadline to apply is April 15. More info. here.

This is for $3000 will be awarded to graduating high school seniors based on the student’s character, integrity and goals regarding the beauty industry. The deadline is April 30th. Read more here.

This awards female students pursuing a degree in STEM $3,000. Applicants must identify as female and pursue a degree in STEM. The deadline to apply is April 15th. More details here.

This awards African American students $5,000 to those interested in studying performing arts. Applicants must have obtained a minimum GPA of 2.5, be graduating seniors and enroll full time. The deadline to apply is April 30th. More details here.

This awards female students $2,000 to those that are involved with golf. Applicants must identify as female, be a graduating senior, enroll into a college/university, have obtained a minimum GPA of 3.3, and display financial need. The deadline to apply is April 30th. More details here.

May

This gives five $500 scholarships. Applicants must be a resident of Indiana and admitted to a four- year college or university or a two year vocational or technical program earning an industry certification. The deadline for applications is May 1st. Learn more here. 

This is for Indiana students. It provides a presidential ($2,500) and senatorial ($1,000) scholarship. To be eligible, students must have an area of study in history, history education, ethnic studies, library science, political science, etc. The deadline to apply is May 25th. Website found here.

This is for $5000. This is offered to a full-time undergraduate student, with a journalism, multimedia broadcast or production-related major at an accredited college or university in the designated market areas serving the Ohio Valley Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. The award will be given to a student who has achieved academic excellence; who is involved in co-curricular television activities; who possesses a desire to engage in television as a career; and who has high integrity and personal character. The deadline for applications is May 30th. Read more here.

 

This awards students $3,000 to those that have an extensive background in community service. Applicants must have lead a service benefiting the community, display character, reside in Indiana, and enroll into a college within Indiana. The deadline to apply is May 15thMore details here.

This grants students various awards to those that are interested in the automotive industry. Applicants must reside in Indiana, display academic excellence, be a graduating senior, and have an interest in the industry above. The deadline to apply is March 12th. More details here.

June

This will be awarded to qualified seniors who demonstrate an interest or involvement in golf through work history or school activities, a strong work ethic, financial need and academic achievement. The deadline is June 1st. More info. here.

This gifts three $2,000 scholarships to lower accounting tuition for student members. One scholarship is reserved solely for majors attending Ball State University’s AACSB-accredited Miller College of Business. The merit-based program seeks ambitious academic achievers with potential in accounting and finance careers. The deadline to apply is June 15th. Apply here.

This helps young athletes succeed in their academic pursuits. All senior student athletes are eligible for their annual $500 scholarship. The deadline to apply is June 19th. Read more here.

This offers American students of Korean descent awards between $500-$5,000. Applicants must be enrolled full time in an undergraduate, graduate, or high school program and demonstrate financial need. The deadline is June 30th. Learn more here.

This is a $1000 scholarship awarded to a student who is majoring or minoring in a field related to resource conservation or environmental education. The deadline to apply is June 30th. More info. here.

This is a $1000 scholarship awarded to a student who is majoring or minoring in a field related to resource conservation or environmental education and identifies as Black, Indigenous, and/or a person of color. The deadline to apply is June 30th. More details here.

July

This is for $1,000. This scholarship is available for undergraduate students in Indiana who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or as a straight ally who is dedicated to promoting equality and social inclusion. The deadline to apply is July 30th. More info. here.

This awards students $2,000 to those that are diagnosed with a neuromuscular disease or muscular dystrophy. Applicants must be graduating seniors, have been diagnosed with the above, reside in Indiana, and attend a two/four year institution. The deadline to apply is July 15th. More details here.

August

This is for $1,000. This is available to high school seniors, undergraduate students, and graduate students in Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio. The deadline for applications is August 1st. More details here.

This is committed to assisting Indiana students in their pursuit of higher education. Scholarships will be awarded to current high school seniors and students currently enrolled in a post secondary institution who exhibit outstanding leadership, scholarship, and community service. Emphasis will be placed on financial need and first generation students. The deadline is August 6th. Read more here.

This rewards high school seniors who have excelled in leadership, athletics, extracurriculars while maintaining a high academic standard and devoting time to their community. The award varies and the deadline to apply is August 15th. Website found here.

This provides $4,000 to African American or Hispanic students interested in majoring or minoring in elementary, secondary, or special education. This is available to high school seniors and college students. To be eligible, you must make a commitment to teach in Indiana for at least three years upon graduation, be a full-time student at a university in Indiana, major in a relevant field, have a minimum GPA of 2.0, and have residency in Indiana. The deadline to apply is August 31st. For more information please visit here

This is a one-time, $4,000 scholarship for students who graduate at least one year early from a publicly supported Indiana high school. The deadline to apply is August 31st. More info. here.

This awards students $1,500 to those that display academic success, qualities of leadership, have a background in community service, and are interested in the fields of health or fitness. Applicants must be a graduating senior, enrolled into a two/four institution, and pursue the subjects listed. The deadline to apply is August 1st. More details here.

September

This $1,000 scholarship goes to the applicant who most embodies excitement for the use of Intelligent Transportation Systems to improve safety and efficiency. The scholarship criteria looks for excellence in the classroom, passion for innovation, and enthusiasm for the transportation industry. This is open to collegiate sophomores, juniors, and seniors planning to enter the transportation field with a primary focus of interest in Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). Applicants shall be presently attending colleges and universities in the four-state coverage area of ITS Midwest (Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio). The deadline is September 15h. Read more here.

This awards full tuition to students that display academic excellence, qualities of leadership, and overall success. Applicants must be a graduating senior, be eligible for Pell Grant, have obtained a minimum GPA of 3.3, enroll full time into a college/university, and identify with one of the following: African-American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian & Pacific Islander American, and/or Hispanic American. The deadline to apply is September 15th. More details here.

October

This is available to students who are planning to attend the University of Indianapolis as freshmen. Students must have a grade point average of “A” or higher and a combined critical reading/math SAT of 1200 or above or an ACT composite score of 29 or higher. The amount varies and the deadline to apply is October 1st. More details here.

This helps high school seniors in Indiana who have a GPA of 2.0 or higher with financial aid. This is for up to $10,000. The deadline to apply is October 25th. Learn more here.

This ranges from $1000 to $6000. The initial eligibility requirement is first generation college status, but the application process also takes into account need, prior academic success, demonstrated commitment to overcoming barriers, and insight into the long-term benefit of degree attainment for the student, the family, and the community. The deadline to apply is October 28th. More information here.

This grants female students interested in STEM $500. Applicants must identify as female and be a graduating senior. The deadline to apply is October 31st. More details here.

November

This is a four-year IU Academic Scholarship awarded to first-time incoming freshman Indiana resident students based on high academic performance. This ranges from $1,000 to $8,000. The deadline to apply is November 1st. Read more here.

This sends Indianapolis-area students each year to Taylor University and Oakland City University tuition-free with a potential full ride. Applicants must live in or around the greater Indianapolis area and be upcoming graduates or recent high school graduates. To be eligible, you must love your community and want to use your college education to make a difference as a leader on campus and at home, live in one of our seven Act Six program sites, and want to attend at least one of the Act Six partner colleges in your program site. The amount varies and the deadline to apply is November 2nd. Website found here.

This awards students $1,000 to those interested in pursuing a career in STEM. Applicants must be a graduating senior, enroll in a STEM degree program, have obtained a minimum GPA of 3.0, and identify as female or one of the following: African American, Hispanic, Native American, Asian or Pacific Islander, Multi-racial. The deadline to apply is November 30th. More details here.

December

This is designed to honor talented high school students who are passionate about their role as a performer or technician. Interested students are invited to audition, submit a resume or portfolio and complete a brief interview. Awards range between $1,000 to $3,000 and are renewable each year upon continued participation in the department. To qualify for consideration, you must have been admitted or submitted your completed application for admission to Hanover College and complete this scholarship application by Dec. 1st. Learn more here.

This is designed to honor talented high school students who have demonstrated a passion for band, orchestra or choir. This scholarship requires an audition for entry into any ensemble in which a student is interested. Continued participation in that ensemble is required for students to receive this renewable $1,500 award. The deadline is December 1st. More details here.

This is for exceptional students who have a passion to promote diversity, human rights or social justice for race, gender, religion, national origin, sexual orientation or gender identity, are invited to compete for a renewable, full-tuition scholarship award, offered to up to 10 students.To qualify for consideration, you must have been admitted or submitted your completed application for admission to Hanover College, filed your FAFSA and completed the scholarship application by Dec. 1st. More info. here.

This is for students in any business major who intend to pursue a career in business and financial services. Students must be admitted as an incoming freshman at Indiana State. Four year, $9000 scholarship valued at $36,000 and a $3000 professional development account and paid internships are awarded. The deadline is December 15th. Read more here

This awards students $6,250 to those interested in pursuing the field of engineering. Applicants must enroll full time into an ABET program at a college/university in Indiana, will complete first year by May or already have, and obtained a GPA of 2.8 or higher. The deadline to apply is December 31st. More details here.

Deadlines Vary

This provides a 4-year, full-tuition scholarship to selected students from each Indiana county. In addition to the scholarship provided through the Lilly Endowment, Hanover College promises Lilly Scholars a 4-year renewable scholarship equal to the value of room and board. Hanover will also fully fund a May term off-campus experience. This scholarship is extended to Lilly Endowment Scholars, beginning with the Hanover College Class of 2022. Lilly Scholars will still be required to make a $300 enrollment deposit. The deadline varies. Apply here.

This has more than 100 scholarship funds. The vast majority of our scholarship funds require residency in Kosciusko County, Indiana, or attendance at a high school serving Kosciusko County in order to be eligible. Scholarships can be used for tuition, books and academic fees, but not for room and board. The amount and deadline varies. More info. here.

This is available to students studying a major or with career objectives directly related to horse racing in Indiana. Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 2.8. Students, or their parents/legal guardians, must be members of the ISA to qualify. The amount and deadline varies. For more information, click here

This offers scholarships for students in the state of Indiana who are individuals studying programs or classes related to the Affirmative Action (AA)/Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO); or individuals with work or volunteer experience for AA/EEO organizations. The amount and the deadline to apply varies. More details here.

This is the state’s work-study program. Students with financial need have access to resume-building, experiential, paid internships, while participating employers receive state matching funds—up to 50% of the student’s hourly wage. The deadline to apply varies. Read more here.

This offers income-eligible Hoosier students up to four years of paid tuition at an eligible Indiana college or university after they graduate from high school. Students enroll in seventh or eighth grade, and in high school they participate in the Scholar Success Program and are connected to programs and resources to help them prepare for college and career success. Once in college, Scholars receive support to complete their college degrees and connect to career opportunities. The deadline varies. Learn more here.

This provides regularly assessed fees for children of deceased or disabled veterans. Read more here.

This provides regularly assessed fees for children of Purple Heart recipients or wounded veterans. The deadline varies. Requirements found here.

This provides 100% of tuition and regularly assessed fees for students who are the child or spouse of a member of the Indiana National Guard who suffered a service-connected death while serving on state active duty.  You have to apply at least 30 days before the start of the semester, which varies depending on the school the student is attending. More details here.

This provides 100% of tuition and regularly assessed fees for students who are the child or spouse of certain Indiana public safety officers (PSO) who were killed in the line of duty or are a permanently disabled state trooper. The deadline varies. Learn more here.

This provides 100% of tuition and regularly assessed fees at a public Indiana institution for eligible members of the Indiana Air and Army National Guard. Students can attend either full time or part time. The deadline to apply varies. More info. here.

This provides 100% of tuition and regularly assessed fees for students who are former students and/or graduates of Morton Memorial High School and former residents of the Indiana Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Children’s home. The deadline to apply varies. ​​Read more here.

This is for $500.  This is available to affiliates and associate members as well as dependent children and grandchildren of affiliate or associate members of the Indiana Sheriff’s Association. Applicants should be high school seniors who plan on majoring in criminal justice, corrections, homeland security, police science, emergency management, or a related field. Application found here.

This awards students at Manchester University various awards based on need. Applicants must reside in Indiana, qualify for Pell Grant, enroll into Manchester University, complete the FAFSA application, and reside on campus. The deadline to apply varies. More details here.

This awards students $2,000 to incoming freshmen entering Indiana University. Applicants must reside within the counties listed. The deadline to apply varies. More details here.

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Mary Brito is enrolled at the prestigious Macaulay Honors College at City University of New York Queens College. She is studying urban studies and political science and aspires to one day work in the nonprofit sector for a social justice organization. Knowing the difficulties, hardships, and struggles that students face on their journey to college, Mary offers insight on the ins and outs of college admissions, what colleges look for in personal statements and supplemental essays, and navigating the scholarship and paying for the college process. For fun, Mary likes to paint, travel, and explore the city with friends. She will also be a programming and residential life assistant for high school students in Building Community at Columbia University.