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Academic Giving Opportunities
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IU Southeast Education Fund school-of-education-fund This account is used for general support of the School of Education.


Scholarship Giving Opportunities
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IU Southeast Alumni Scholarship ius-alumni-scholarship This account is used to support undergraduate or graduate scholarships.
W. Fred Hale Memorial Scholarship Fund This account is used to support undergraduate scholarships. Recipients must be residents of Clark County or Floyd County, Indiana, must be junior or senior students at IU Southeast, seeking a general studies degree, and must be non-traditional students (over age 22). GPA will also be taken into consideration in choosing recipients.
Lee H. Hamilton Scholars Fund This account is used to support undergraduate scholarships. This fund supports the Lee Hamilton Scholars program, which includes activities such as internships, scholarships, and other scholarly pursuits. The following criteria is used to select participants in this program: the recipient must be a current resident of the Indiana Ninth Congressional District or the Kentucky counties served by IU Southeast through the Indiana reciprocity agreement, and recipients must have and maintain a 3.0 GPA. Awards are based on some evidence of campus or community service and potential for future leadership. Financial need may be considered, but will not be a determining factor in determining the recipients.
Donald R. LaFollette Memorial Scholarship This account will support scholarships for students at Floyd Central and New Albany High School, on alternating years. Must have leadership ability; active involvement in high school activities of a leadership variety. Must have evidence that the individual has cared for and is concerned about helping others. Must plan to attend IU Southeast for at least two (2) semesters. Financial need or academic major or field of study not considered. Must have cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better.
Byron F. Laird Scholarship byron-f-laird-scholarship This account is used to support undergraduate scholarships. Scholastic achievement will be a determining factor in the selection of a recipient, as will financial need. The recipient must have completed 24 hours of work or have freshmen status, and must be planning to attend Indiana University the following year. The recipient must attend the Southeastern Campus his/her first year, but consideration will be given to those students who have or are planning to transfer to another campus of Indiana University.
John Leuthart Memorial Scholarship Fund This account is used to support undergraduate scholarships. Residents of Clark or Floyd counties in Indiana. Enrolling full-time as a first year student at IU Southeast. High school GPA of 2.5 or above. Demonstrated financial need. Student must earn a 2.5 or better GPA to keep the scholarship for the second semester.
George F. Lumley, Jr. Memorial Scholarship This account is used to support undergraduate scholarships. Recipients should have a 3.0 GPA or above in high school, and score 990 or above on the SAT or a minimum of 21 on the Act. Financial need will not be a consideration. Award will be renewable each year, if the student maintains a 3.3 GPA.
Angela Marie McIntosh Memorial Scholarship This scholarship is awarded each spring to an Elementary Education undergraduate School of Education candidate, who will be enrolled in the following spring semester, demonstrates high achievement, has submitted a FAFSA to the University's Financial Aid office, and who submits the scholarship application with at least two letters of recommendation.
William Paul Moser Scholarship This account is used to support undergraduate scholarships. Recipient must be a student enrolled at IU Southeast who plans to major in Education, and is a graduate of Clarksville High School.
IU Southeast Paul Kevin Nutter Memorial Scholarship This account is used to support undergraduate scholarships. Recipient must be a incoming freshman from Floyd Central High School with a minimum GPA of 2.5. Scholarship requires full-time enrollment, may be renewable up to four years as long as the student maintains a cumulative GPA of 2.5.
Ed Quinn Memorial Award ed-quinn-memorial-award This account is used to support student awards. Each recipient must be an undergraduate student enrolled at IU Southeast. The fund will provide academic related activities such as travel to workshops, conventions, study abroad, library research, or internships based upon an application process.
Dr. Richard E. Riehl Memorial Scholarship This scholarship is awarded to a candidate currently enrolled in the School of Education’s graduate program. This candidate must demonstrate high academic achievement, have a FASFA form on file with the Financial Aid Office, and is required to submit two letters of recommendation to the review committee.
IU Southeast Student Scholarship ius-student-scholarship This account is used to support undergraduate or graduate scholarships. This fund supports merit scholarships for students at IU Southeast.
IU Southeast Tau Kappa Epsilon Board of Directors Scholarship tau-kappa-epsilon-board-of-directors-scholarship This account is used to support undergraduate scholarships. Recipients must be full-time students and members of TKE Fraternity.
IU Southeast Tau Kappa Epsilon Scholarship tau-kappa-epsilon-scholarship This account is used to support undergraduate and graduate scholarships. Recipients must be full-time undergraduates or full-time or part-time graduate students. Recipients must be active members of TKE Fraternity.
Uriah and Estella Thompson Scholarship uriah-and-estella-thompson-scholarship This account is used to support undergraduate scholarships. Special consideration will be given to underrepresented populations, including but not limited to financially challenged students, and/or students with diverse cultural experiences. Recipients must have a minimum 2.7 cumulative GPA, have completed at least 12 hours at IU Southeast, be a member of one registered student organization, and complete a 500-1,000 word essay “How my choice of major will impact my future career goals.”


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