The IUPUI Diversity Scholars Research Program (DSRP) is a performance based scholarship directed toward academically talented first-time or incoming transfer students. Scholars 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. Please visit this link for the program contact and program information: .
The Center on Philanthropy is pleased to offer a $500 scholarship for students who have participated in school or community service and are interested in careers that “make a difference” and want to continue to be involved with helping others. Its purpose is to further develop leadership skills and connect the recipient with a network of other students with similar “service interests.” Applicants must meet regular IUPUI admission requirements, score at least 950 on the SAT or 20 on the ACT, and graduate in the top 50 percent of their high school class. The recipient must agree to enroll as a fulltime student during their freshman year and maintain a 2.5 GPA.
Available to in-state students onlyFour-year renewable scholarship$1000 for studying abroad during junior or senior yearApply for this scholarship through the IUPUI Honors College combined application
Incoming freshmen who apply to IUPUI by November 15 and meet the following criteria are eligible to be selected for an IUPUI Chancellor's Scholarship and direct admission to the IUPUI Honors College:
Students selected for this scholarship program receive $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.
Participants in the program are members of a community of undergraduate students who benefit from individual support, research activities, and scholarship funding that leads to graduation with a four-year degree. Priority is given to incoming high school students, although continuing IUPUI students may also apply. Awards are based on availability and applicants� qualifications. These highly competitive awards are given to students in a variety of IUPUI majors/disciplines.
Bepko Scholars also receive two years of on-campus housing and are required to live in the Honors Residential Learning Community their freshman year.
To be eligible to be selected for an IUPUI Chancellor's Scholarship and direct admission to the IUPUI Honors College, incoming freshmen must:
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Students selected for the IUPUI Chancellor's Scholarship will receive $8,000 for 4 years.
Students who have been admitted to IUPUI who have graduated from Crispus Attucks Middle and/or High School may be eligible for this scholarship. Recipients may major in any discipline but must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.
For the three scholarships above, deadline is February 1, same as application for IUPUI admission; and no separate application is required for the scholarship.
The Senior Academy at IUPUI has established a scholarship program designed to partially support tuition and books for beginning freshmen who show the potential for academic excellence in their IUPUI studies. The scholarship will be awarded in the second semester of the awardee�s high-school senior year for enrollment at IUPUI in the following fall semester. Applications will be reviewed and the awardee selected by the Senior Academy Scholarship Committee. Applicants must (1) meet regular admission requirements to IUPUI, (2) have graduated from a high school in the Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) system, (3) have a high school grade point average of at least 3.00 on a 4.00 scale, and (4) agree to enroll for at least 9 credit hours per semester. The applicant must also submit two letters of recommendation (must be from current or former high school teachers), and complete an essay on your academic objectives, community service, and career goals.
As the Director of the Office of Student Scholarship at IUPUI it is my pleasure to welcome you to the Scholarship Central Website, your comprehensive, online guide for scholarship opportunities. This website is your online resource for scholarship applications and information on IUPUI scholarships, including departmental, school-based scholarships, as well as the general campus-wide scholarships. This site also provides information on Scholarship Searching on the web. If you need additional information or have other questions, please feel free to contact our office by emailing us at . So, start your scholarship search today and remember that we are here to assist you on your way!
The Sam H. Jones Community Service Scholarship Program recognizes IUPUI students for previous service to their high school, campus, or community, and supports their continued involvement in educationally meaningful service, leadership, and social advocacy. Sam H. Jones was a dedicated public servant who provided dynamic leadership as the Chief Executive Officer of the Indianapolis Urban League. The program honors Sam Jones’ legacy as a community leader whose vision and dedication improved the quality of life for many in Central Indiana. The Freshman Service Scholarship recognizes students who have demonstrated a commitment to voluntary service through high school and/or community-based organizations. Applicants must meet regular admissions standards. Freshman Service Scholars agree to enroll in at least 9 credit hours per semester, including a required service learning class, and participate in planned community service activities during the year.
The Freshman Service Scholarship recognizes students who have demonstrated a commitment to voluntary service through high school and/or community-based organizations. Applicants must meet regular admissions standards. Freshmen Service Scholars will volunteer for three and a half hours per week throughout the academic year at a select service agency. Freshman Service Scholars agree to enroll in at least 9 credit hours per semester, including a required service learning class, volunteer 3.5 hours per week and participate in planned community service activities during the year.