High school counselors: We know it can be overwhelming to keep track of all the dates, deadlines, and requirements for admissions and scholarships processes. The IU Office of Scholarships wants to provide you with everything you need to give the best guidance to your students as they seek to join the family of Hoosier Scholars. We welcome thousands of amazing students to Indiana University each fall, and we couldn’t do it without your hard work and support. Thank you!
We’re here for you—and your students
All students who apply by the November 1 early action (non-binding) deadline for fall 2021 will receive highest scholarship consideration, regardless of whether they choose to have test scores considered as part of their application.
Application for admission to Indiana University opens.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) becomes available. Encourage students to submit their FAFSA as soon as they can.
Early action (non-binding) and IU Academic Scholarship deadline. Students who submit a complete application for admission by this date will receive highest consideration for IU Academic Scholarships.
Serving as a student recommender
Admitted high school seniors who complete the Selective Scholarship Application (SSA) must submit recommendation letters. Students request those letters during the process of completing the SSA. To ensure that their request reaches you, please ask your IT representative to whitelist all email extensions ending in the following: @indiana.edu, @iu.edu, and @academicworks.com.
If your high school senior indicates that they have submitted the SSA, and you have not received notification from Indiana University, please contact the Office of Scholarships at firstname.lastname@example.org.