Transfer Student Scholarships

Scholarships for transfer students:

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Hudson & Holland Scholars Program

The Hudson & Holland Scholars Program (HHSP) is a scholarship and support program for high-achieving minority students who are historically underrepresented. It is the largest merit-based scholarship and support program at Indiana University and serves nearly 2,000 students. The mission is to promote Indiana University's efforts to create a community of educational diversity and inclusion. The program is committed to the recruitment, support, and retention of students who embody the program's core values of leadership, engagement, academics and diversity. Hudson & Holland provides a $6000 renewable scholarship, numerous partnership scholarships, and comprehensive support services. Primary consideration is given to underrepresented populations, but other applicants will be considered.

Applications and deadlines may apply.

View a complete list of Partnership Awards

Award amount:

$6,000 per year, with additional funding available via HHSP Partnership Awards with various IU schools.

Eligibility requirements:

Competitive students should have a strong high school GPA and SAT or ACT scores, leadership experience, and a commitment to civic engagement. Primary consideration is given to underrepresented populations, but other applicants are considered and encouraged to apply. For more information on eligibility and the application process, visit the Hudson & Holland website.

Residency:

In-state, Out-of-state

IU Alumni Association Scholarships

The various chapters of the IU Alumni Association have scholarships available for IU students, separated into five different sections. Whether your relatives are IU alumni or not, you may want to look at these scholarships to determine which ones are relevant for you.

Deadline for application:

March 10, 2020

Residency:

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

IU Foundation Scholarships

The IU Foundation annually awards a multitude of donor directed scholarships created by friends of Indiana University who believe in the importance of education and your future as an IU student. You can complete the online application through One.IU, as well as the individual printable applications listed on the IU Foundation website. Only the students who are chosen to receive IU Foundation Scholarships will be notified the first week of June through your IU EMAIL ADDRESS. Don’t forget to check your IU email account and submit all the materials indicated in your notification.

All questions, concerns, or comments can be sent to iufschol@indiana.edu or call 1-800-558-8311.

Deadline for application:

March 10, 2020

Residency:

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

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.

The recipients of the DSS Scholarships have been selected for the 2019-2020 academic year. Please check with DSS or watch for an announcement each January when an application is posted on the website for the next academic year.

Award amount:

Varies

Eligibility requirements:

  • Student must be registered with the Office of Disability Services for Students.
  • Student meet the criteria stipulated by the donors listed on the Disability Services website.
  • Must be a full time student (see website for definitions).
  • For scholarships that give preference to students with demonstrated financial need, the applicant’s Expected Family Contribution (EFC), calculated from their FAFSA, will be a determining factor after all other criteria have been met.
  • Once all criteria are met for scholarships that give preference to students with demonstrated financial need, the EFC and amount of Pell funding will be determining factors.

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, 2020, for fall 2020 awards.

Residency:

In-state

Tau Sigma National Honor Society

Tau Sigma is a national academic honor society for students who have transferred from one institution (or institutions) to another and have made high academic achievement during their first term. Since its creation in 1999, over 100 Tau Sigma chapters at colleges all across the country have worked with students and schools to recruit and support transfer students.

Deadline for application:

Eligible transfer students are invited to join in early January

Award amount:

Varies

Eligibility requirements:

1. You must transfer to IUB from another academic institution with at least one full year's academic credits satisfied at the prior intuition(s).
2. You must be registered in a course of study leading to a bachelor's degree for an amount of work equal to an average full load (at least 12 credit hours/semester at IUB).
3. Membership in the Organization is based upon superior academic achievement by students during their FIRST TERM of enrollment at IUB. This is NOT a cumulative GPA. (Summer school session equivalent to a full curricular period may be used to meet the academic requirement.)
4. The minimum academic average for membership is either a 3.5 on a 4.0 scale (or the equivalent thereof) or an academic average that places you in the top 20% of all incoming transfer students during the term in question.

For more information about the national society, visit the Tau Sigma National Honor Society national headquarters website.

Residency:

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

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