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Undergraduate Scholarships

In addition to admission-based scholarships, scholarships are available to support research, diversity, community service, and international study for IUPUI students.

IUPUI Scholarship Central: For a complete list of scholarships available to IUPUI students, use the Office of Student Scholarships search engine. It quickly sorts through hundreds of scholarships and identifies which ones you are eligible for based on the information you enter about yourself.


Adam W. Herbert Presidential Scholarship

The Indiana University System offers Adam W. Herbert Presidential Scholarships to outstanding Indiana seniors with extensive leadership experience.  This highly competitive scholarship program is designed to further develop scholars’ leadership abilities by providing excellent academic and co-curricular opportunities

Award Amount: $12,000 per year for four years of study, a laptop, $2,500 for a study abroad experience, and a $1,500 housing stipend for on-campus housing their freshman year.

Application Deadline:

November 15

Anna K. Suter Scholarships

Anna K. Suter Scholarships are given to undergraduate majors in Mathematics. Recipients must be full-time students and are chosen based on academic achievement and professional objective, and the winners are selected by the Faculty Awards Committee.

Award Amount: Between $300 and $2,500, renewable up to four years.

Application Deadline:
  • Beginning (Freshman) Students: March 1
  • Continuing Students: February 1
Application:

Bepko Scholars and Fellows Program

The Bepko Scholars and Fellows Program is designed for students who demonstrate integrity, dedication, leadership, and a commitment to service. This highly competitive scholarship program provides financial, academic, and programming support to academically motivated and civically engaged students throughout their undergraduate and post-graduate years.

Award Amount: Students selected for this scholarship program receive undergraduate tuition (up to the Indiana resident rate), fees, a $2,500 study abroad stipend, and books for four years of study. Bepko Scholars also receive two years of on-campus housing and are required to live in Honors House, located in the Campus Apartments on the Riverwalk, their freshman year. Bepko Scholars who attend IUPUI for graduate or professional study receive $5,000 per year for four years and are named Bepko Fellows.

Application Deadline:

November 15

D. J. Angus Scientech Educational Foundation Scholarship

The D.J. Angus Scientech Education Foundation Scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate science major who graduated from a high school in Marion county or one of the contiguous counties, who demonstrates financial need, has a minim grade point average of 2.80 and shows future promise.  Applicants must have completed at least 25 credit hours of course work at IUPUI by the time of application.

Award Amount: Up to $2,500

Application Deadline:

January 15

Application: Scholarship Contact:

Contact Molly Rondeau at mrondeau@iupui.edu for additional information.

Dean of Science Scholarship (For Continuing Students)

The Dean of Science Scholarship is designed for students majoring in the School of Science.  Continuing science majors with a minimum of 25 credit hours completed at IUPUI by the end of the spring semester during which application is being made and at least a 3.50 GPA may apply for this competitive scholarship.  Contingent upon availability of funds, a Dean of Science Scholar may be supported for additional years provided that the student has eligible unspent funds, continues in a degree program in the School of Science, and maintains an overall GPA of at least 3.50.  An award recipient may hold only one scholarship funded by the School of Science. Students must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents of the U.S.

Award Amount: Up to $2,000 in-state/$4,000 out-of-state per academic year

Application Deadline:

May 15

Application: Scholarship Contact:

Contact Molly Rondeau at mrondeau@iupui.edu for additional information.

Dean of Science Scholarship (For Freshmen)

Students who have applied for admission by January 1, as incoming freshmen for the following Fall semester, who have a minimum high school GPA of 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale) and who score 1250 or higher on the SAT or 28 or higher on the ACT may be eligible for this scholarship.

The School of Science Dean’s Scholars Program is designed for beginning School of Science freshmen.   Contingent upon availability of funds, a Dean’s Scholar who is a beginning major may be supported for up to eight regular (fall/spring) semesters provided that the student continues in a degree program in the School of Science and maintains an overall GPA of at least 3.50.  An award recipient may hold only one scholarship funded by the School of Science. Students must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents of the U.S.

Award Amount: Up to $2,000 per academic year renewable up to $8,000. 

Application Deadline:

January 1, for Fall 2014 admission

Application:

Students who have applied for admission by January 1 for Fall 2014 admission and meet eligibility requirements will automatically be considered.  No separate application is required.

Award notifications will be sent to recipients in March.

Diversity Scholars Research Program

The Diversity Scholars Research Program (DSRP) is primarily aimed at attracting academically talented freshmen pursuing an education in the research setting who will contribute to the diversity of IUPUI. Students in the program are part of a group of undergraduate scholars who benefit from the research activities, individual support and scholarship funding leading to graduation with a four year degree. Priority is given to incoming high school students who meet minimum eligibility requirement. A continuing IUPUI student may apply and awards are based on availability. This award is made to students in a variety of majors at IUPUI and is highly competitive.

Eligibility requirements for incoming high school students

  • Student must be in the top 25% of their graduating class and have at least a 1070 SAT (math and critical reasoning sections only) or 23 ACT score.
  • Student must have at least a B grade in all math and science courses.
  • Student must supply at least two (2) letters of recommendation, one which must be from a math or science teacher.
  • Student must be an Indiana resident and/or be a US citizen or permanent resident. A scholar may continue in the program for up to 4 years if he/she maintains a cumulative 3.0 GPA.
  • Students from racial and ethnic populations who have been historically underrepresented in institutions of higher education and whose presence will enhance the learning environment through increased diversity at IUPUI are encouraged to apply. 

Eligibility requirements for continuing IUPUI students

  • Minimum of 25 credit hours completed at IUPUI by end of spring semester during which the application is being made
  • Have a minimum 3.3 grade point average.
  • Must have at least two remaining years of study at IUPUI (cannot be a senior).
  • Student must be an Indiana resident and/or be a US citizen or permanent resident. A scholar may continue in the program for up to 2 years if he/she maintains a cumulative 3.0 GPA.
  • Contribute to the diversity at IUPUI (essay required)
Application Deadline:

March 3

Dr. John D. Barnwell Memorial Scholarship

The Dr. John D. Barnwell Memorial Scholarship is to be awarded to a continuing science major in the School of Science who has effectively integrated the sciences and the arts into his or her undergraduate career, going beyond the minimal requirements of science majors for courses in the arts and humanities.  The nominee may be pursuing a double major in science and arts and humanities, or pursuing a minor in the arts and humanities.  Or, he or she could be involved in the arts and humanities in other ways.  For example, having art as a hobby or playing in an orchestra, or just being a patron of the arts.

Furthermore, the nominee should reflect the character and values that Dr. John Barnwell represented and encouraged.  These are:  high personal standards of ethics and scholarship, respect for the principles of friendship, and a deep appreciation for the importance of process in the conduct of one’s life.   That is, how does the nominee handle life?  What set of life affirming and honest values does he or she possess which overcome the circumstances of his or her life, making it productive, satisfying and inspirational to others?  One letter of recommendation from a School of Science faculty member is required.

Award Amount: $500

Application Deadline:

January 15

Application: Scholarship Contact:

Contact Molly Rondeau at mrondeau@iupui.edu for additional information.

Frank G. and Ernestine M. Lambertus Scholarship

It is the intent of the Donors that the scholarship be given to an undergraduate student(s) who is pursuing a degree in the School of Science, who has demonstrated progress and significant improvement in his/her academic program, and who is a working student or who otherwise demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student(s) who is from central Indiana and to a student(s) who demonstrates civic engagement. One letter of recommendation from a School of Science faculty member is required.

Award Amount: Up to $2500 non-renewable

Application Deadline:

January 15

Application: Scholarship Contact:

Contact Molly Rondeau at mrondeau@iupui.edu for additional information.

Health & Life Science Scholarship for Incoming Freshman

The competitive Health and Life Science Scholars Program is designed for beginning freshmen in the health and life science majors.  Contingent upon availability of funds, a Health & Life Science Scholar who is a beginning major my be supported for up to eight regular (fall/spring) semesters provided that the student continues in a degree program in a health or life science field and maintains an overall minimum GPA of 3.50.  An applicant must be in the top 25% of their high school graduating class and have a minimum SAT score of 1200 or ACT score of 26.  An award recipient may hold only one scholarship funded by the School of Science.

Award Amount: Up to $2,000 in-state/$4,000 out-of-state per year, renewable for 4 years

Application Deadline:

February 1, admission and application.

Award notifications will be sent to recipients in April.

Application:

Application, essay, transcript, and two letters of recommendation must be submitted to the Office of Student Scholarships.

Health and life Science Scholarship for Continuing Students

The competitive Health & Life Science Scholars Program is designed for students majoring in the health and life sciences.  Continuing health and life science majors with a minimum of 25 credit hours completed at IUPUI by the end of the spring semester during which application is being made and at least a 3.50 GPA may apply for this competitive scholarship.  Contingent upon availability of funds, a Health and Life Science Scholar may be supported for additional years provided that the student has eligible unspent funds, continues in a degree program in a health or life science field, and maintains an overall GPA of at least 3.50.  An award recipient may hold only one scholarship funded by the School of Science.

Award Amount: Up to $2,000 in-state/$4,000 out-of-state per year

Application Deadline:

May 15

Application: Scholarship Contact:

Contact Molly Rondeau at mrondeau@iupui.edu for additional information.

Indiana Geology & Gem Society Scholarship

The Indiana Geology and Gem Society Scholarship is made possible by a generous gift from the Indiana Geology and Gem Society to support an Earth Sciences (Geology and Environmental Science) student who is within twelve months of graduation at the start of the Fall semester. 

Students considered for this scholarship must be majoring in Environmental Science or Geology, be in good academic standing with a minimum 3.25 cumulative GPA, and must enroll in a minimum of 9 credit hours in the Fall semester after the award is granted.

Award Amount: One $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to be used towards tuition, fees and books for Fall semester.

Application Deadline:

January 31

Application:

To be considered for this scholarship, students must submit the application, a resume and essay response to two questions to the Oncourse site for ES Scholarships.

Scholarship Contact:

For additional information, students may contact Joshua Peaslee, Earth Sciences Advisor.

International Student Scholarships

IUPUI offers many scholarship opportunities for international students!

  • All scholarships require full-time enrollment (12 credit hours or more per semester) in the fall and spring semesters.
  • If you take the SAT or ACT examination more than once, the highest scores will be used for scholarship consideration.
  • Funds provided by these scholarships do not cover intensive English as a Second Language study.

IUPUI Academic Honors Scholarship

Students who have applied for admission by February 1 who have a minimum high school GPA of 3.25 (on a 4.0 scale) and who score 1150 or higher on the SAT or 25 on the ACT may be eligible for this scholarship. Students must be on-track to receive the Indiana Academic Honors Diploma from their high school. To be considered for renewal, students must attend full time and maintain a 2.75 GPA (no separate application required).

Award Amount: $1,000 annually for 4 years

Application Deadline:

February 1

Application:

Students who have applied for admission by February 1 for Fall admission and meet eligibility requirements will automatically be considered.  No separate application is required.

IUPUI Chancellor's Scholarship

Students who have applied for admission by December 1 who have a minimum high school GPA of 3.75 (on a 4.0 scale) with a minimum 1250 SAT* or 28 ACT score may be eligible for this scholarship.

Chancellor's Scholars are automatically admitted to the IUPUI Honors College. The Honors College provides access to specialized advising, state-of-the-art facilities, and opportunities to conduct research and participate in leadership development. To be considered for renewal, students must attend full time, be an active participant in the Honors College and maintain a 3.3 GPA (no separate application required).

Chancellor's Scholarships are not available for Spring Entry students.

*Admission-Based Scholarships use Critical Reading/Verbal + Math Scores for the total SAT ONLY. Writing scores are not factored for consideration.

Award Amount: $8,000 annually for 4 years

Application Deadline:

December 1

Application:

Students who have applied for admission by December 1 for Fall admission and meet eligibility requirements will automatically be considered.  No separate application is required.

IUPUI Dean of the Faculties Scholarships (DOFS)

Students who have applied for admission by February 1 who have a minimum high school GPA of 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale) and who score 1200 or higher on the SAT or 26 on the ACT may be eligible for this scholarship. To be considered for renewal, students must attend full time and maintain a 2.75 GPA (no separate application required).

Award Amount: $4,000 annually for 4 years

Application Deadline:

February 1

Application:

Students who have applied for admission by February 1 for Fall admission and meet eligibility requirements will automatically be considered.  No separate application is required.

IUPUI Earth Sciences Air & Waste Management Association Scholarship

The Air and Waste Management Association (AWMA) Scholarship is offered to Earth Science (Geology and Environmental Science) undergraduate and graduate students. Students considered for this scholarship must be a graduate or undergraduate student in Earth Sciences, be a US citizen (or permanent resident) and an Indiana resident, successfully completed a minimum of 9 credit hours towards an Earth Science degree including GEOL-G110 or GEOL-G107 (undergrad applicants only), and be in good academic standing with a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA..

Award Amount: The AWMA Scholarship will award one (1) undergraduate and one (1) graduate student $750 each to apply towards their education.

Application:

To be considered for this scholarship, students must submit the application, a resume and essay response to two questions to the Oncourse site for ES Scholarships.

Scholarship Contact:

For additional information, students may contact Joshua Peaslee, Earth Sciences Advisor.

IUPUI Earth Sciences Alumni Scholarship

This scholarship is made possible by a generous gift from the Alumni of the Department of Earth Sciences at IUPUI to support a qualified Earth Sciences (Geology and Environmental Science) senior student within twelve months of graduation at the start of the Fall semester. Students considered for this scholarship must be majoring in Environmental Science or Geology, be in good academic standing with a minimum 3.25 cumulative GPA, and must enroll in a minimum of 18 credit hours during the academic year following the award.

Award Amount: One $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to be used towards tuition, fees and books for Fall semester.

Application:

To be considered for this scholarship, students must submit the application, a resume and essay response to two questions to the Oncourse site for ES Scholarships.

Scholarship Contact:

For additional information, students may contact Joshua Peaslee, Earth Sciences Advisor.

IUPUI Scholarship Central

This search engine quickly sorts through hundreds of scholarships and identifies which ones students are eligible for, based on the information students enter about themselves.

Life-Health Sciences Internships

Life-Health Sciences Internships connect IUPUI life and health sciences undergraduates with research and professional experience internships on and near the IUPUI campus. This program helps students to explore their career objectives and future career pathways while also fostering valuable professional connections between students and faculty and staff. The students belong to a community of interns and mentors who support one another throughout the internship experience and beyond. Internships run from the end of August to the beginning of May. Positions pay $10 per hour for up to 10 hours per week (15 weeks per semester for two semesters). 

Math and Science Education Scholarships

The Math and Science Education Scholarship (MSES) Program offered by the Urban Center for the Advancement of Math/Science Education (UCASE), is designed to encourage and to support outstanding IUPUI current or transfer students who have had a strong math or science based major and who wish to pursue a career in math or science teaching at the middle and/or high school level.

Award Amount: $2,500 per year and annually renewable

Application Deadline:

March 1

Math and Science Teaching Scholarships

The Math and Science Teaching Scholarship (MSTS) Program offered by the Urban Center for the Advancement of Math/Science Education (UCASE), is designed to encourage and to support outstanding high school graduates who desire to pursue a career in math or science teaching at the middle and/or high school level.

Award Amount: $2,500 per year, renewable up to 4 years

Application Deadline:

February 1

Neal-Marshall Indianapolis Alumni Chapter Scholarship

The mission of the Neal-Marshall Indianapolis Alumni Chapter is to facilitate interactions between IUPUI and Indiana University African-American alumni, students and prospective students residing in the Indianapolis metropolitan area and to engage them in activities targeted for professional, academic and social advancement and success. The Neal-Marshall Alumni Club is named in honor of the first African-American graduates of Indiana University (Marcellus Neal, BA 1895 and Frances Marshall-Eagleson, BA 1919).

The Neal-Marshall Indianapolis Alumni Chapter Merit Scholarships will be awarded to one male and one female undergraduate or graduate who is enrolled at the Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) campus during the next academic semester. The Neal-Marshall Indianapolis Alumni Chapter Merit Scholarships will be awarded to students that demonstrate strong academic abilities and leadership skills as well as financial need.

Eligibility Requirements for Applicants

  • Applicant must possess a minimum cumulative 3.0 (B) grade point average as a college student.
  • Special preference will be given to African American students.
  • Applicant must be currently enrolled at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis campusfor the next academic semester.
  • Applicant must/will be a full-time student (12 credit hours) at the time scholarship to be awarded.

Award Amount: $1000

Application Deadline:

April 18, 2014

Application:

Click here for more information and application.

Scholarship Contact:

LaTika Webster: 317-274-5086 or lrwebste@iupui.edu

Norman Brown Diversity & Leadership Program

The Norman Brown Diversity & Leadership Program is designed to recruit, retain and prepare serious, academically gifted students who have demonstrated a commitment and/or desire to develop leadership skills for today’s multicultural world. Program participants are encouraged to attain academic success, engage in leadership and civic activities, and prepare for work force entry. All scholars are required to enroll full time; maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA; participate in specific program functions; and meet on a regular basis with an assigned IUPUI faculty/staff mentor.

Eligibility Requirements: Beginning freshman applicants must meet IUPUI’s regular admission criteria (Indiana Core 40/Academic Honors diploma or equivalent), have a SAT 950 or ACT 20 and a cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.

For more information please visit: http://www.iupui.edu/~iupuimco/Norman_Brown/index.html

Award Amount: Up to $3000 per academic year for merit or financial need Up to $6,000 per academic year for both merit and financial need

Application Deadline:

February 1, admission and application.

Application:

All applicants are required to submit the following items:

  1. High school transcript
  2. Two letters of recommendation
  3. Personal essay which must be double spaced, typed, and no longer than THREE typewritten pages; The essay must address ALL of the following questions:
    1. Why are you interested in being a Norman Brown Scholar?
    2. What qualities do you feel are necessary to be a leader in a multicultural environment and how have you demonstrated these qualities in the past?
    3. What challenges or obstacles have you overcome in order to pursue your dreams of going to college?
    4. How will you utilize you education and leadership skills to support individuals from underserved communities?

Outstanding SPAN Student in Mathematics

This award is given to an outstanding SPAN student at IUPUI who has completed a mathematics courses at the level of Math 165 (Analytic Geometry and Calculus I) or above (e.g. Math 166, 261, or 266). Recipients are chosen based on academic achievement, both in high school and at IUPUI, and the winners are selected by the Faculty Awards Committee.

Award Amount: Between $100 and $200

Scholarship Contact:

Contact the department for more information.

Plater International Scholars Program

The Plater International Scholars Program is designed for incoming freshmen who are committed to combining academic excellence with global citizenship.  This highly competitive scholarship program is for students with an interest in international affairs and cross-cultural experiences.  Plater International Scholars will be actively involved in international programming, both off and on campus.  In close cooperation with the Office of International Affairs, recipients of the Plater International Scholarship will be exposed to high profile international visitors, international seminars, and lectures. 

Award Amount: $12,000 per year for four years of study, $2,500 for a study abroad experience, and a $2,500 housing stipend for International House, located in the Campus Apartments on the Riverwalk, for their freshman year.

Application Deadline:

November 15

Pre-Med Club IUPUI Academic Scholarship

The Pre-Med Club of IUPUI has established a scholarship program designed in part to support tuition and books for undergraduate students with intentions of pursuing medical school. Based on availability of funds, this scholarship will be awarded once a year in the Fall semester. This scholarship recognizes an outstanding student who will be a junior, or first semester senior during the time the scholarship is awarded. Applications will be reviewed and the awardee selected by the Executive Board of the Pre-Med Club IUPUI.

Award Amount: Up to $500

Application Deadline:

January 15

Application:

Psi Chi Scholarship

When Deidre Bingham completed her psychology degree in 2003, she and her husband, Alpheus, celebrated by creating the Psi Chi Scholarship. The recipient is a member of the IUPUI chapter of Psi Chi, a national honor society, who carries a minimum 3.50 GPA and demonstrates outstanding leadership and service to the department, school and camp. Scholarship Contact:

Contact the department for more information.

RISE-Study Abroad

The RISE-Study Abroad scholarship provides support for a continuing Science major who is enhancing his or her educational experience through studying abroad.

Award Amount: Varies.

Application Deadline:

January 15

Application: Scholarship Contact:

Contact Molly Rondeau at mrondeau@iupui.edu for additional information.

School of Science Alumni Association Academic Achievement Scholarship

The School of Science Alumni Association Academic Achievement Scholarship is to be awarded to a continuing undergraduate science major with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.75 on 4.00 scale. Preference will be given to those who have demonstrated exceptional leadership and service to the school. The number, amount, and recipient(s) of the scholarship will be determined by the Scholarship Committee of the School of Science Alumni Association.

Award Amount: Up to $500

Application Deadline:

January 15

Application: Scholarship Contact:

Contact Molly Rondeau at mrondeau@iupui.edu for additional information.

STEM Education Research Experience

The Urban Center for the Advancement of STEM Education (UCASE) is offering three promising undergraduate, STEM or STEM Education majors an opportunity to participate in the STEM Education Research Experience. This experience is designed to encourage students with an interest in STEM or STEM education to develop inquisitive and critical perspectives on urban education. It also provides opportunities for students to learn more about the theories, methods, and findings of STEM educational research.

Award Amount: $3,000 per year

Application Deadline: December 14

T2T Noyce Scholarship

The Secondary Transition to Teaching Program (T2T) at IUPUI is a 12-month pathway to teacher licensing at the graduate level that prepares middles school and high school teachers. The T2T Noyce Scholarship is available to those who will teach science or mathematics in high-need schools.

Award Amount: $12,000 stipends to bachelor degree holders who had a major or adequate content course work preparation in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Earth Science (Geology), Mathematics, Engineering or Technology and plan to become certified science and mathematics teachers in the secondary education (grades 6-12)

Application Deadline:

February 7

Teach Science - Noyce Scholarship

The Robert Noyce Teach Science Scholarship encourages talented STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) undergraduate students at IUPUI to enter the challenging and rewarding profession of middle school or high school science teaching in high need schools. Recipients of the Teach Science Noyce Scholarship at IUPUI are eligible to receive both monetary and professional support to complete their teaching certification and baccalaureate degree in Biology, Chemistry, Geology, or Physics simultaneously.

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Award Amount: Up to $12,500/year

Application Deadline:
  • March 15 for scholarships beginning the following FALL semester.
  • October 15 for scholarships beginning the following SPRING semester.
  • Student must also make an application to the T2T Program by February 7 of their senior year.
Application:
  • Complete and submit the IUPUI Continuing Student Scholarships Application by the due dates. IUPUI Scholarship application can be downloaded from: http://www.iupui.edu/~scentral/continuing/majorspecific.html.
  • Submit two letters of recommendation: one from a Science professor and the other from an Education professor or an academic advisor.
  • Write an essay responding to the question: What experience(s) has motivated you to pursue a career teaching science in a high-need school?

Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP)

The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program offers undergraduate research project and travel grants and conference travel funds to support and encourage undergraduates who participate in research and other creative projects with faculty in all disciplines, including music and art. Formal research credits may be earned toward graduation. Further information may be obtained from the UROP Program Director: Dr. Kathryn Wilson; email: kjwilson@iupui.edu; telephone: (317) 278-1028. Also visit the web site at http://www.urop.iupui.edu.

University Fellowship

Eligibility: University fellowships are open to new students not currently or previously enrolled at IUPUI or IU. To be eligible for the University Fellowship, candidates must have a Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores in the 80th percentile with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or equivalent.

Duration: 1 year

Application Deadline:

Graduate admissions application must be on file with IUPUI no later than January 1 for the fall semester. 

Valedictorian and Salutatorian Scholarships

Students who have applied for admission by February 1, who are ranked first or second in their high school class may qualify for this scholarship. To be considered for renewal, students must attend full time and maintain a 3.0 GPA. Students considered for this scholarship must graduate from a class of 25 students or higher. 

Award Amount: $5,000 annually for 4 years*Students who also meet the Chancellor's Scholarship criteria will receive an additional $4,000 for a total award of $9,000 annually.*

Application Deadline:

February 1

Application:

Students who have applied for admission by February 1 for Fall admission and meet eligibility requirements will automatically be considered.  No separate application is required.

Women in Science Scholarships

These scholarships are awarded to School of Science majors selected to live in the Women in Science residential learning community.  Selection is based on academic achievement and educational and career goals.

Additional Information about the program:  http://science.iupui.edu/wis/wish

Award Amount: $1000

Application Deadline:

April 15

Scholarship Contact:

Contact Britt Reese (reeseb@iupui.edu) for information