You have questions. We have answers!
General Scholarship Questions
We’re here to help with your general questions about scholarships and scholarship deadlines.
Current IU students who received scholarships want to answer your questions about student life and what it’s like to be a scholar here. We encourage you to call or send an email to a current scholarship recipient.
IU Office of Scholarships
408 N. Union Street, Rm. 324
Bloomington, IN 47405
email@example.com (for questions about the Selective Scholarship Application)
Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (EST)
Specific Scholarship Questions
Finer details about specific scholarships are available in the scholarship descriptions for scholarships administered by IU schools and departments—and for non-IU scholarships.
No matter whether you are a prospective or current student, parent or high school counselor, please visit our new Scholarship Q&A page on Facebook to ask any questions that you may have. It can be in regard to the scholarships process, IU scholarship programs, events or anything else you are curious about. Our scholarship specialists will regularly monitor this page and respond in a timely manner. Questions and answers are archived to assist future visitors with their similar questions!
Admission to IU Bloomington
The IU Office of Admissions is the place to go for your questions about admission to IU or about your current application for admission.
IU Office of Admissions
If you aren’t a permanent U.S. citizen or a permanent U.S. resident, you can get help with admission and IU application questions from the IU Office of International Services.
IU Office of International Services
Everything you’ve heard about this beautiful woodland campus is true. We think you should see it for yourself. Campus tours are scheduled through the IU Office of Admissions. If you can’t come for a visit, get the experience through our interactive walking virtual tour.
For information about need-based financial aid, the FAFSA, loans, grants, or your current financial aid package—including scholarships you’ve been offered—contact Financial Aid at Student Central on Union.
Student Central on Union
408 N. Union Street
firstname.lastname@example.org (for questions about the FAFSA, loans, or grants)
If you're having technical trouble with your One account, UITS (University Information Technology Services) has you covered.
We are deeply grateful for your generosity. Thank you. Information for scholarship donors—including where and when to send funds—is available on the Tips for Donors page of the IU Office of Student Financial Assistance site.