Transfer Student Scholarships

Scholarships for transfer students:

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21st Century Scholarship Covenant

The 21st Century Scholarship Covenant provides additional financial support to 21st Century Scholars at IU Bloomington who qualify.

Award amount:

The Covenant supplements the 21st Century Scholars state grant to assist with budgeted costs for tuition and fees, room and board, and books. The receipt of other gift aid and the students Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) are also considered in determining the amount of the Covenant award.

Eligibility requirements:

Learn more about the 21st Century Scholarship Covenant.

Hoosier Link students who successfully transfer to IU Bloomington after no more three consecutive terms at Ivy Tech (fall, spring, and summer) are eligible to be considered for the Covenant award.

Residency:

In-state

Hudson & Holland Scholars Program

The Hudson & Holland Scholars Program (HHSP) recognizes academically outstanding Indiana resident and non-resident students. The mission of the program is to recruit, retain, and graduate students from underrepresented populations (African American, Hispanic, and Native American). Primary consideration is given to underrepresented populations, but other applicants are considered and encouraged to apply. Competitive students should have strong grades, SAT or ACT scores, demonstrated leadership ability, and a commitment to serving their community. Additional funding is available to eligible HHSP recipients through Partnership Awards.

View a complete list of Partnership Awards.

Applications and deadlines may apply.

Award amount:

$6,000 per year, with additional funding available via HHSP Partnership Awards with various departments and schools at Indiana University.

Eligibility requirements:

Submit a complete Admissions application by November 1 to be considered for the Selective Scholarship Application. Students may also apply directly on the Hudson & Holland website.

Residency:

In-state, Out-of-state

Office of Disability Services for Students Scholarships

Indiana University’s Disability Services for Students has a limited number of scholarships available for students with disabilities to help offset the cost of tuition. The scholarships are made possible through the generosity of the donors, the Division of Student Affairs, and the Office of Disability Services for Students. Applicants must be IU students who will be enrolled on the Bloomington campus in the upcoming school year. Once all criteria are met for those scholarships, with preference supporting students with demonstrated financial need, the expected family contribution based on FAFSA and level of Pell award will be a determining factor.

Award amount:

Varies

Eligibility requirements:

The recipients of the DSS Scholarships have been selected for the 2018–2019 academic year. Please check with DSS or watch for an announcement each January when an application is posted on the website.

Residency:

In-state, Out-of-state, and International

Phi Theta Kappa Transfer Scholarship

The Phi Theta Kappa Transfer Scholarship is awarded each year to academically talented students transferring to Indiana University. To be eligible, recipients must meet all of the following criteria:

  • Indiana Resident
  • Member of Phi Theta Kappa international honor society
  • Attend a PTK institution in the state of Indiana
  • Have an overall 3.5 cumulative GPA
  • Meet transfer admissions standards
  • Enroll in a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester at IU Bloomington

Award amount:

$3,000 for one academic year

Eligibility requirements:

Email the Office of Scholarships at achieve@indiana.edu requesting PTK scholarship consideration (include full name, IU student ID number, and date of birth) no later than May 1, 2019, for fall 2019 awards.

Residency:

In-state

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