School of Arts and Letters


Departmental Scholarships

Name Estimated Amount Criteria
Academic Full-Time Scholarship $ 1,000 High scholastic ability; must be enrolled full-time. Must reaaply each year.
Adam Woeppel Fine Arts Scholarship up to $ 500 Recipient must have minimum 3.0 GPA in all Fine Arts coursework; preference given to student in any Fine Arts studio concentration who have completed all of their foundation courses, three of their 200 level studios and at least one 300 level studio in their concentration.  Students pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts with Studio Major are eligible for this Scholarship.  Financial need considered, as measured by the FAFSA, but will not be a determining factor
Altrusa Club of New Albany $ 500 Female adult student, good academic record, undergraduate or graduate student,part-time or full-time status. Must reappy each year.
Balfour Scholarship up to $2,000 Incoming freshman with 1300+ SAT or equivalent ACT, rank in upper 10% of class. May be renewable for four (4) years with 3.5 GPA.
Black Achievers Scholarship up to $2,000 Must have SAT of 1000 or ACT of 20, GPA 2.5, gain regular admission to IU Southeast. Must be a Louisville Black Achiever Program participant.
Bryon F. Laird Scholarship up to $500 Students who have completed 24 credit hours. Based on scholastic achievement and financial need, as measured by the FAFSA.
Burns-Marshall Memorial (Mary E. Burns) Scholarship up to $1,000 Graduate of a Washington County High School. Consideration given based on demonstrated scholastic ability and financial need, as measured by the FAFSA.
Carol Bishop Scholarship up to $1,000 Literature major in English. Must have taken 2 courses in literature, one at 300 level. Registered in at least 6 hours a semester. Minimum 3.0 GPA overall, minimum 3.5 GPA in major.
Chancellor's Medallion Leadership Award up to $6,000 (based on tuition)

Awarded by the chancellor. Students who will be a senior in the upcoming academic year and will be enrolled full-time are eligible to apply. Students must fill out a separate application, and list:

  1. the extra-curricular activities they are participating in at IU Southeast and any offices held or special accomplishments in those organizations
  2. extra-curricular and leadership activities in which they participated in high school
  3. civic and non-university volunteer activities in which they have participated
  4. any awards or special recognitions they have received in connection with the above.
  5. at least 3 letters of recommendation from former professors or teachers and/or community leaders.
Chancellor's Student Leader Scholarship up to $3,500

The Chancellor's Student Leader Scholarship is an award for outstanding, civic-minded sophomores and juniors who will be attending IU Southeast in fall 2012 and spring 2013.  This student must have demonstrated the notion of good citizenship by being active in their school and local community and exhibited a concern for others in their community and in the world through their activities.  Students must fill out a separate application and list:

  1. Brief statement of philosophy of service
  2. Listing of community service activities (college and high school)
  3. Listing of extra-curricular activities (college and high school)
  4. Two (2) letters of recommendation:
    • 1st - a supervisor / organizer of a community service project in which the student was  recently involved
    • 2nd  -  a professor who knows the student well  

Charles Jacot Scholarship

up to $800

For deserving students with financial need, as measured by the FAFSA.

Charles M. Malott Scholarship up to $500 Students who are studiously inclined to obtain an undergraduate degree and have financial need, as measured by the FAFSA.
Coca-Cola Foundation Scholarship up to $2,500 KY resident admitted to IU Southeast. Enroll and maintain full-time status, have and maintain GPA of 2.5. Financial need considered, as measured by the FAFSA. Scholarship for tuition and fees only.
Colin C. Griffaw Scholarship $500 Graduating senior from New Albany High School enrolling full-time at IU Southeast immediately following high school graduation; must have 2.5 GPA; involved in activities both in and out of high school; financial need considered, as measured by FAFSA, but not determining factor.
Cressy T. Havens Scholarship up to $500 Students with high scholastic ability.
Della Evans Scholarship up to $2,000 Incoming freshman with 1300+ SAT or equivalent ACT and rank in upper 10% of class. May be renewable up to four (4) years with 3.5 GPA.
Donald R. LaFollette Scholarship Up to $1,000 For students at Floyd Central and New Albany High School, on alternating years (2007-2008=New Albany High School). 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.
Dr. Sharon Waggoner Scholarship up to $1,000 For outstanding foreign language student, who has completed two(2)semesters of foreign language study at IU Southeast.
Ed Quinn Memorial Award Varies Undergraduate student at IU Southeast, provide academic related activities such as travel to workshops or conventions, study abroad, library research or internships based upon an application process. Award determined by a faculty advisory group.
Elsie V. Coleman Scholarship up to $1,000 New Albany High School graduate, in upper 1/2 of graduating class. Must have been admitted to freshman class at IU Southeast. Financial need may be considered as measured by the FAFSA, filed application with New Albany High School Honors and Awards Committee.
F. C. Richardson Honor Scholarship up to $1,000 Consideration given to those who have earned a 3.0+ high school GPA and 990+ SAT or 21+ ACT, demonstrate leadership potential through prior activities as attested by their teachers and community leaders.
George F. Lumley, Jr. Memorial Scholarship up to $500 Incoming freshman with minimum 3.0 GPA in high school, 990 or above on SAT or 21 or above on ACT. May be renewable up to four (4) years with 3.3 GPA.
Harold L. Lacy Scholarship up to $ 2,500 Graduating senior of Clarksville High School. Recipient must have been residing for at least six (6) months with a single, divorced or widowed parent, grandparent, aunt or uncle, creating a need for financial assistance.  Financial need must be demonstrated, as measured by the FAFSA.
Harrison County REMC Scholarship Up to $1,000 High school senior, admitted as IU Southeast full-time student whose parent or guardian is currently receiving electric service from the Harrison County REMC. SAT scores and overall scholastic achievement considered. Selected by IU Southeast with REMC approval. Must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours. Requires a separate application. Please contact high school counselor or Financial Aid Office.
Helen Humphrey Scholarship up to $1,000 Graduates of Silver Creek High School, Sellersburg, Indiana. Awarded and renewed at discretion of high school administration. Must be enrolled full-time at IU Southeast. May be renewable with 2.0 GPA and full-time enrollment.
Herb E. Smith Scholarship $1,000 Must be a Crawford County high school student;be enrolled at least half-time at IU Southeast.
International Student Award up to $1,000 Incoming student on an F-1 student visa; full admission to IU Southeast; high scholastic ability.
International Student Recognition Scholarship up to $,1,000 Current undergraduate on an F-1 student visa; must have taken at least 24 hours at IU Southeast; must have at least a 3.0 GPA; all F-1 students will be considered each year.
IU Endowed Scholarship up to $500 High scholastic ability.
IUS McPheeters Scholarship up to $2,000 Undergraduate students from underrepresented minority background with a minimum 21 ACT/1000 SAT and 2.5 GPA are invited to apply through the admissions office. The scholarship award amount is based upon full-time or part-time enrollment and evenly disbursed between semesters.
IUS Paul Ogle Scholars Fund $6,000 Incoming freshman with minimum SAT score of 1300 or ACT score of 29. Must be enrolled and maintain full-time status. Scholarship to cover tuition and fees only and may be renewable for up to four (4) years with 3.5 GPA and full-time enrollment.  Preference given to Clark, Floyd, Harrison, Scott, Washington and Switzerland counties in Indiana.
IUS Paul Kevin Nutter Scholarship $500

Recipient must be an incoming high school senior from Floyd Central with an overall minimum GPA of 2.5; preference given to students demonstrated, as measured by the FAFSA; must be enrolled full-time at IU Southeast; may be renewable up to four (4) years with a cumulative minimum GPA of 2.5.

Ivy Tech Community College Scholarship up to $2,000 Incoming transfer students from Ivy Tech Community College. Recipients are competitively selected based on academic records. Requires minimum 3.0 GPA and 50 hours completed at ITCC; all admission application materials must be received by May 1; scholarship application must be completed by May 1.
J. & F. M. Swain Scholarship up to $1,000 IN high school grads enrolling as freshman, and students of other classes who show greatest promise in force of character, leadership, physical vigor, scholastic ability, and attainments. Must have great financial need, as determined by the FAFSA.
James A. Poteet Memorial Scholarship up to $1,000 Undergraduate student enrolled in music at IU Southeast. Must have and maintain minimum 3.0 GPA. Financial need considered, as measured by the FAFSA, but not sole determining factor.
Jefferson Community and Technical College Scholarship up to $2,000 Incoming transfer students from Jefferson Community and Technical College. Recipients are competitively selected based on academic records. Requires minimum 3.0 GPA and 50 hours completed at JCTC; all admission application materials must be received by May 1; scholarship application must be completed by May 1.
John & Shirley Woehrle Scholarship up to $500 Incoming freshman who are graduates of Jeffersonville High School or Crawford County High School. Two candidates selected from Jeffersonville High School (one to be an athlete) and one candidate seleted from Crawford County High School.
John and Jane Tower Scholarship up to $1,000 Junior or senior with 3.3 GPA. Must have financial need, as determined by the FAFSA.
John Leuthart Scholarship up to $500 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, as measured by the FAFSA. Half of scholarship to be disbursed in fall and other half in spring if student earns 2.5 or better GPA.
John Reisert Scholarship $5,000 must be resident of Floyd Co., IN; enrolled full-time; financial need, as measured by the FAFSA, considered but not sole determining factor; preference given to non-traditional students over age 22 and actively involved in community service and school activities. recipient must submit a biographical information sheet and photo to Horseshoe Foundation of Indiana.
Josephine A. Byron Memorial Scholarship up to $500 High scholastic ability.
Kennedy Huffman Business Scholarship up to $2,000 Students who are current or original residents of Spencer County. If no applicants from Spencer County, others will be considered. Academic achievement, financial need, as measured by FAFSA, and moral character maintained.
Lee Hamilton Scholars Award up to $2,500 Current resident of Indiana 9th Congressional District or the Kentucky counties served by IUS through Indiana reciprocity agreement. Must have and maintain minimum 3.0 GPA. Awards based on some evidence of campus community service and potential for future leadership. Financial need may be considered, but will not be the determining factor.
Leland Edward Ott and Evelyn Farrell Ott Scholarship up to $2,000

Recipients must have completed two (2) semesters at IU Southeast; preference given to Indiana residents; minimum 3.0 GPA; financial need must be demonstrated, as measured by the FAFSA. 

Lt. Col. William T. and Helen Payne Norman Scholarship up to $1,000 The recipient shall be one whose father or mother is a member of either Clark Lodge No. 40 or Jeffersonville Lodge No. 340, Free and Accepted Masons; or Jeffersonville Chapter 327 or Jeffersonville Bright Star Chapter No. 532, Order of Eastern Star. May be renewable for up to four (4) years with 2.5 GPA. Please contact Financial Aid Office for an application.
Martha Stem Scholarship up to $3,000 Enrolled full-time in the Music or Fine Arts programs, must remain in good standing with the Division. Scholarship to be used to cover only tuition, required books, fees, and supplies. Scholarship may be reduced when used with additional scholarships.
McPheeters Multicultural Scholarship up to $ 2,000 The McPheeters Multicultrual Scholarship is a competitive, up to four-year renewable award, contingent upon continuous enrollment at IU Southeast and a minimum cumulative IU Southeast GPA of 2.5 or b.  Please note that offers will only be made to undergraduate multicultural students who have been admitted to Indiana University Southeast.
Naomi K. Rasmussen Music Scholarship up to $5,000 Music awards will be given to students on the basis of audition and student's record of experience and success in musical performance. Grades, the strength of recommendations, and student's potential contribution to IU Southeast Music department will be considered.
Naomi K. Rasmussen Theatre Scholarship up to $5,000 Students applying for the Theatre Award will be selected on basis of past participation and success in theatrical production or performance. Audition/portfolio presentation required. Grades, the strength of recommendations, and student's potential contribution to IU Southeast Theatre department will be considered.
Nassim McMonigle & Mescia Pre-Medical Scholarship $1,000 For currently enrolled students who will be a senior at IU Southeast and planning to attend medical school in the fall immediately following graduation date; requires a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3; preference given to students who have taken the MCAT exam; financial need may be considered, as determined by the FAFSA, but not determining factor; requires essay submission as stated on separate application.
Outstanding Scholar Award up to $,1,500 Incoming Freshman with 1000+ SAT, 3.5 GPA and full-time enrollment.
Patricia Laughlan-Ireland Scholarship $ 500 Restricted to Harrison County residents; preference given to graduating high school seniors attending IU Southeast and pursuing a major in English.
Peer Mentor Scholarship up to $1,000 must be enrolled at IU Southeast with a Sophomore status or second year student with a cumulative GPA of 2.5. Additional documentation required are a written essay, interview with Director and letters of reference.
Prof. Ernest A. Smith Scholarship up to $1,250

Incoming freshman student at IU Southeast; must have attend and played a musical instrument in either the band or orchestra at Jeffersonville High School during junior and senior years; must be able to demonstrate proficiency in at least one instrument; recipient must attend IU Southeast in the fall immediately following their graduation from Jeffersonville High School and must attend at least one full academic year (two semesters).

Rebecca Jennings Scholarship up to $1,000 Outstanding fine arts students at IU Southeast.
Richard Reihl Memorial Scholarship 500

Graduate student majoring in education or undergraduate senior majoring in a medical field (alternating years- even numbered years awarded to education and odd numbered years awarded to medical field) .  Must have a 3.0 GPA; need may be considered but will not be a determining factor.

Robert J Wolf Scholarship up to $500 Provide scholarships to deserving students. Must have 3.3 GPA and full-time status.
Ruth Braeutigam Academic Scholarship $2,000 Junior status with a double major in Arts and Sciences, minimum GPA of 2.30. May be renewable for up to four (4) years with 3.0 GPA.
Ruth Wells Scholarship up to $500 High scholastic ability.
Salutatorian Scholarship up to $750 Incoming freshman designated as salutatorian of his or her graduating class. May be renewable up to four (4) years with 3.0 GPA and full-time enrollment. Documentation required.
Schansberg String Scholarship up to $400 Students are not required to be music majors, but must be a member of the string section of the orchestra. Competitive by audition.
Scholastic Excellence Scholarship up to $3,000 Consideration given to those who have earned a score of 1300 on the SAT or ACT of 29. May be renewable up to 4 years with 3.5 GPA and full-time enrollment.
Sean Paul Charles Scholarship up to $3,500 North Harrison High School graduating senior, accepted to IU Southeast, who will be enrolled full-time, financial need, good academic standing and character, aptitude for written communications as demonstrated by an essay. Selected by North Harrison High School. Must have FAFSA on file. May be renewable up to four (4) years with 2.75 GPA.
Student Alumni Association (SAA) Scholarship up to $350 Must be an active SAA member for at least one(1)semester; be elected to an officer position and meet position requirements as listed on the application; maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA; award given only in spring semester.
Thelma B. Alford Scholarship up to $2,500 Eligibility based on financial need, as measured by the FAFSA. Full-time enrollment is required and 3.0 GPA.
Transfer Scholarship up to $1,000 Incoming transfer students. Recipients are competitively selected based on academic records. Requires minimum 3.0 GPA and full admission; all admission application materials must be received by May 1; scholarship application must be completed by May 1.
Uriah & Estella Thompson Scholarship up to $250

Special consideration given to underrepresented populations including but not limited to financially challenged students, and/or students with diverse cultural experiences; must have minimum 2.7 cumulative GPA; completed at least 12 credit 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."

Valedictorian Scholarship up to $1,500 Incoming freshman designated as valedictorian of his or her graduating class. May be renewable up to 4 years with 3.5 GPA and full-time enrollment. Documentation required.
W. Fred Hale Memorial Scholarship up to $1,000 Junior or senior in Continuing Studies at IU Southeast. Must be a resident of Floyd or Clark counties in Indiana. Non-traditional students over the age of 22 considered. Seeking a general studies degree, GPA taken into consideration.
Wil Greckel Scholarship in Music Varies Enrolled at IU Southeast as a music major; financial need considered, as measured by the FAFSA, but not determing factor; musical ability and academic merit also considered.
William & Claire Hamerly Memorial Scholarship up to $500 Resident of Floyd County, Indiana, attending Indiana University Southeast.
William Glen Bruner Memorial Scholarship up to $5,000 High School senior who is a dependent of a current or retired member of the New Albany Police Department. Financial need considered as measured by the FAFSA. May be renewble up to four (4) years with full-time enrollment at IU Southeast and cumulative GPA of 2.5. Requires a separate application, verification of parent's employment with the New Albany Police Department and applicant's high school transcript.
William Lowe Bryan Scholarship up to $500 Awarded on the basis of scholastic ability, character, leadership and promise of future usefulness.
William Paul Moser Scholarship up to $500 Enrolled in Education major at IU Southeast and a graduate of Clarksville High School. Financial need may be considered but not determining factor as measured by the FAFSA.

Private Scholarships

Name Estimated Amount Criteria Applicant Contact
"Textbooks For a Year" Scholarship up to $1,250 To qualify to win, students must meet ALL of the following requirements: Be at least 18 years old, currently enrolled at an accredited U.S. college or university, a citizen or legal resident of the United States. Employees of, Beagle Books and their relatives are not eligible to win.
Adult Students in Scholastic Transition (ASIST) Scholarship Varies Available to adults facing economic, social, or physical challenges, who are looking to improve their situation through educational opportunities. Executive Women Interantional
Advertising Federation of Louisville Membership Awards & Educational Scholarships up to $1000 This $1000 scholarship is available to students: eligible to enter their Junior or Senior level enrollment in a full-time, four-year, degree program OR available to students in their last year of a technical certificate program; with a current GPA of 3.0 or higher (transcript required); who reside in the state of Kentucky or Clark, Floyd, or Harrison counties of Indiana; and who are pursuing a college major relating to advertising or marketing communications, including communications, mass communications, journalism, advertising, public relations, marketing, business communications, graphic arts, computer design, multi-media, and English. Advertising Federation of Louisville
Airforce ROTC Scholarship Varies Must maintain 2.5 GPA, be a U.S. Citizen, pass an Air Force physical, physical fitness test, and a written test. Air Force ROTC
Ambassadorial Scholarship varies The purpose of the Ambassadorial Scholarships program is to further international understanding and friendly relations among people of different countries. The program sponsors several types of scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students as well as for qualified professionals pursuing vocational studies. While abroad, scholars serve as ambassadors of goodwill to the people of the host country and give presentations about their homelands to Rotary clubs and other groups. Upon returning home, scholars share with Rotarians and others the experiences that led to greater understanding of their host countries. Rotary International
American Indian Scholarships Varies Based on Indian heritage for criteria. American Indian Scholarships
Americorps varies As an AmeriCorps member, youll gain new skills and experiences and you'll also find the tremendous satisfaction that comes from helping others. In addition, full-time members who complete their service earn a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award of $4,725 to pay for college, graduate school, or to pay back qualified student loans; members who serve part-time receive a partial Award. Some AmeriCorps members may also receive a modest living allowance during their term of service. Americorps
Army ROTC Scholaships Varies Applicants must be a U.S. citizen; between the ages of 17 and 26; high school GPA of 2.50; high school diploma or equivalent; minimum of 920 on SAT or 19 on the ACT; meet physical standards; agree to accept a commission and serve in the Army on Active Dut U.S. Army
ASCO Numatics Scholarship Program  up to $5,000 The ASCO Numatics engineering scholarship is merit-based and will be awarded on the candidate’s potential for leadership and for making a significant contribution to the engineering, instrumentation, systems, and automation professions, particularly as they relate to the application of fluid control and fluid power technologies. Scholarship recipients may be eligible for an ASCO Numatics internship. ASCO Numatics
Association of American Indian Affairs Varies Awards are based on merit and financial need; full-time students only from the continental U.S. and Alaska only; applicants must be minimally 1/4 degree Indian blood from a federally recognized tribe and include a certificate of enrollment and blood quantity. Association on American Indian Affairs
AUSA Scholarship Program $1000 The Major Samuel 'Woodfill Cincinnati chapter announces its scholarship program for OIF/OEF soldier offsprings, soldiers, veterans and spouses in that priority. Applicants may already attend college or have been accepted at a certified college or university. Each one-time scholarship will be applied directly to the applicant's tuition, room or board at his or her college or university. Association of the United States Army
Ayn Rand Essay Scholarship varies Entrant must be enrolled in a college degree program at the time of entry; High school students entering college in the fall of 2008 are also eligible; Contest is open to students worldwide. Ayn Rand Institute
Barbara Wiedner and Dorothy Vandercook Memorial Peace Scholarship $250 - $500 Be a high school senior or in your first year of college. Complete the application form; Write a brief autobiography of your activities relating to peace and social justice, nuclear disarmament issues, or conflict resolution; Include some proof of these activities (e.g., copies of newspaper articles, verification by your references); Include two letters of recommendation; Describe how you will contribute to a peaceful and just society in the future. Grandmothers for Peace International
Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship up to $5000 Applicant must be a U.S. citizen; an undergraduate student enrolled at a two or four-year institution; receiving Federal PELL Grant during academic term of his/her application, applying to or accepted for a program of study abroad eligible for undergraduate for credit by student's accredited institution of higher education in the U.S., studying abroad for at least four (4) weeks in one country, except Cubaor sontry on Travel Warning list. Summer programs are not eligible. Gilman International Scholarship
Bill Z. Littlefield Scholarship for Survivors varies The criteria for the scholarship falls under two primary categories: financial need and severity of Cancer. Both areas will serve as weighted factors when selecting the scholarship recipient. IU Mini Marathon
Boren Fellowships up to $30,000 Boren Fellowships enable U.S. graduate students to add an important international and language component to their graduate education through specialization in area study, language study, or increased language proficiency. The Boren Fellowship supports students studying languages, cultures, and world regions other than Western Europe, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Boren Awards for International Study
Boren Scholarships up to $20,000 Boren Scholarships offer unique opportunities for U.S. undergraduates to study abroad in world regions critical to U.S. interests (including Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin American & the Caribbean, and the Middle East). The countries of Western Europe, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand are excluded. Boren Awards for International Study Scholarship up to $1,000 The Psychological Impact of TV Scholarship is open to current or prospective college students who are enrolled or are planning on enrolling in a college or university program. The scholarship can be applied to any accredited U.S. university. Essays will be no longer than 1000 words in length and will be judged by professional writers. CableTV
Capital Investment College Scholarship Program up to $10,000 Community Action Partnership (CAP), a division of Louisville Metro Department of Housing & Family Services, is seeking qualified candidates for our CAPital Investment College Scholarship Program. This year, we are thrilled to announce that we are providing an educational opportunity for current high school seniors. Louisville Metro Department of Housing & Family Services
Career Advancement Scholarships up to $2500 Be a female; at least 25 years of age by May 2, 2006; a US citizen or US national; demonstrate critical financial need; be officially accepted into an accredited program or certificate program at a U.S. college or university; plan to graduate or received certification between Dec. 1,2007 to Aug. 31,2009, demonstrate clear career plans, not be earning a doctoral degree. Business and Professional Women/USA
CFSI Phillip and Mary Louise Brown Scholarship up to $2500 Student attending IU Southeast; minimum 2.0 GPA; demonstrated academic ability, demonstrated financial need as determined by the FAFSA; extra-curricular involvement. Honors Program
Clark County REMC Scholarship $500 Student's parent or legal guardian must be a Clark County REMC member and receive electric service from the REMC. Must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours. Requires a separate application. Please contact high school counselor or Financial Aid department.
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Coca-Cola Scholarship varies Current high school (or home-schooled) seniors attending school in the US, US Citizens; US Nationals; US Permanent Residents; Temporary Residents (in a legalization program); Refugees; Asylees; Cuban-Haitian Entrants; or Humanitarian Paroles; Seniors anticipating completetion of a high school diploma during the academic year in which application is made. Seniors planning to pursue a degree at an accredited US postsecondary institution; Seniors carrying a minimum 3.0 GPA at the end of their junior year of high school. Coca-Cola Scholarship
Community Foundation of Crawford County Scholarship varies Scholarships available to students to help fund their education; scholarship awards, requirements and deadlines vary. Community Foundation of Crawford County
Community Foundation of Henry County Scholarship varies The Henry County Community Foundation is committed to assisting students as they pursue their higher educational goals. Through donors who share this vision, the foundation offers over 100 scholarship opportunities, helping traditional and non-traditional students realize their academic dreams. Applications are available online or in your high schoool counselor's office. Henry County Community Foundation
Community Foundation of Jackson County Scholarship varies The Community Foundation of Jackson County offers a scholarship program that has 35 scholarships at different levels. They range from a few hundred dollars to full tuition, books and fees, but all are primarily focused upon students from Jackson County. The Foundation uses a single application for all scholarships including the Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship program. Applications are distributed to the five high schools in Jackson County in the fall of each year, with a mid-December due date for completion. Jackson County Community Foundation

Community Foundation of Harrison County

varies Scholarships available to students to help fund their education; scholarship awards, requirements and deadlines vary. Harrison County Community Foundation
Community Foundation of Louisville Scholarship Varies Scholarships available to students to help fund their education; scholarship awards, requirements and deadlines vary. The Community Foundation of Louisville
Community Foundation of Madison and Jefferson County Scholarship varies The Community Foundation has over 30 scholarships available to graduating seniors of Jefferson County high schools. Scholarhip guidelines and application for your particular school vary. The deadline for most scholarships is in March. The Cline, Kirk and Lilly applications are due in December. Community Foundtion of Madison and Jefferson County
Community Foundation of Meade County varies The Madison County Community Foundation, community partners, and thoughtful contributors are committed to helping Madison County students pursue their education. Madison County Community Foundation
Community Foundation of Orange County Scholarship varies The Orange County Community Foundation is home to 56 funds that award scholarships, which have been established by generous donors to give the next generation the financial support they need to achieve their educational goals. Every year, these funds support hundreds of students in their pursuit of higher education. Orange County Community Foundation
Community Foundation of Putnam County up to $10,000 The Putnam County Community Foundation is a nonprofit public charity established in 1985 to administer funds, award grants and provide leadership, enriching the quality of life and strengthening community in Putnam County. Putnam County Community Foundation
Community Foundation of Scott County Scholarship varies The Scott County Community Foundation has numerous scholarships to aid in the continuing of education. For more information, please call the Foundation office or talk to your guidance counselor. Scott County Community Foundation
Community Foundation of Southern Indiana Scholarship varies The Community Foundation of Southern Indiana, Inc. was formed in 1991 and sponsors several scholarships. We are a charitable organization classified with 501(c)(3) status, committed to enriching lives in our community. A sincere thank you goes to The Lilly Endowment Inc. The Endowment granted funds to community foundations throughout Indiana to promote higher education. In response, we have aggressively established scholarships and sponsored related activities. The vision of the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana is to serve as a powerful resource to inspire philanthropy, ensuring generosity will last forever. Community Foundation of Southern Indiana
Community Foundation of Switzerland County Scholarship varies General scholarships available for graduating seniors or non-traditional students. Community Foundtion of Switzerland County
Community Foundation of Wabash Valley up to $4000 The Wabash Valley Community Foundation believes that higher education is the key to future success for individuals and our communities. The Community Foundation honors the area's youth for their academic success and their community involvement through our scholarship awards. We assist dozens of students each year as they strive to attain their educational goals. Through our application process, students have access to many different scholarships. Community Foundation of Wabash Valley
David Hershberg Scholarship up to $2,000 The World Affairs Council of Kentucky and Southern Indiana is a community-based, non-partisan, non-profit organization dedicated to providing educational programming on international and intercultural topics throughout our state and community, and to fostering linkages between the people and institutions of Kentucky and Southern Indiana and their counterparts throughout the world. World Affairs Council of Kentucky & Southern Indiana
Denny Crum Athletic Scholarship Varies High School seniors or graduates from the Greater Louisville area; Under age 23 at time of application (an older applicant may be considered, but he/she must demonstrate special circumstances deserving of education); enrolled in Degree or Certificate program in the Greater Louisville Area; demonstrate leadership and community service as well as academic advancement. Contact: Denny Crum Foundation, Inc., c/o Fifth Third Bank, Investment Advisors, 401 S. Fourth Avenue, Louisville, KY 40202
DiversityJobss Scholarship up to $2,000’s new scholarship program for diversity and minority students awards $2,000 three times annually to currently enrolled undergrads or graduate students from registered schools in the US. DiversityJobs
Dr. Alma S. Adams Scholarship  up to $5,000 The scholarship, named for founding Legacy board member, Dr. Alma S. Adams will award two $5,000 scholarships to pursue undergraduate or graduate studies at an accredited institution of higher education in the United States. The awards will be granted on a competitive basis for the following: a) a record of commitment to community service on behalf of an underserved community, preferably related to tobacco prevention and/or control and b) the best use of the visual arts, media, creative writing or other creative endeavor to convey culturally appropriate health messages aimed at raising awareness of tobacco’s harmful impact. American Legacy Foundation
Dr. Bertha Beazley Memorial Endowed Scholarship $500 Female who has been an Indiana resident for at least one-year; junior or senior year of a four-year undergraduate program in the medical field; Financial need is a criterion. Indiana Women's Education Foundation
Elizabeth Ann Sherrell Memorial Scholarship $750 Floyd County resident interested in Elementary Education; preference given to students wishing to teach in the pre-kindergarten environment; must be 21 years of age or older at time of application; not attended school for the past year (1 year). Floyd County Extension Homemakers
Epilespy Foundation Scholarship Varies Scholarships to individuals diagnosed with epilespy and pursuing a college education. Epilepsy Foundation Scholarship Fund
Executive Women International Scholarships Varies EWI proudly offers three programs, ASIST, EWISP, and FELLOWS to help qualified applicants achieve their academic goals. EWI Chapters that participate in these programs develop their own criteria regarding deadlines, area of limitation, eligible schools, and partner agencies. Executive Women International
Floyd County Externsion Homemakers Association $500 Floyd County resident; 21 yrs of age or older at time of application; not attended school for the past year (1 year); preference given to undergraduate; must demonstrate financial need. Application must be received by March 15, 2008. Floyd County Extension Homemakers
Ford P. Hall Scholarship $500 Admitted to either associate or baccalaureate School of Continuing Studies program; must have completed at least one enrollment period in the school; completed a minimum of 12 credit hours in the school; minimum GPA 2.0. IU School of Continuing Studies Scholarship Program up to $5,000 is looking for the most creative ideas on how to solve the current foreclosure crisis. And who better to call on than the most talented and innovative students in the nation. If you are a college student or incoming freshman and think you know "How to solve the foreclosure crisis" we want to hear from you. And we're willing to reward you for your efforts in the form of scholarship money. Scholarship Program
Friends of Columbia (SADCO) Hispanic Scholarships up to $1600 SADCO has established a scholarship fund to help Hispanic students attend college. GPA must be at least 3.0; Financial need a criteria based on Applicant and Parents Federal Tax Returns; must demonstrate verifiable, unique, unusual or mitigating circumstances. SADCO
Gates Millennium Scholarships varies Reducing financial barriers for African-American, Hispanic American, American Indian/Alaska Native and Asian Pacific Islander American students with high academic and leadership promise who have a significant financial need. Hispanic Scholarship Fund
Girl Scout Scholarship varies Presented to a woman who is between her senior year in high school and her senior year in college and who has applied to or is attending a post-secondary institution for at least part-time attendance. This scholarship is only available to a Girl Scout who has completed the INFBPW patch and who has been an Indiana resident for at least one year prior to the date of the application. Preference will be given to a student attending an Indiana school. Reapplication is required each year. Indiana Women's Education Foundation
GLBT Alumni Association $500 Enrolled GLBT full-time/part-time at ANY Indiana University campus; scholarship based on leadership on GLBT issues on their campus and/or communities; record of academic achievement, future career goals, financial need, volunteer involvement and other extra curricular activities; preference given to undergraduate students. IU Alumni Association- GLBT Alumni
Helping Hands Book Scholarship Program $100 - $1000 Must be age 16 or older; enrolled in a 4-year college or university. Helping Hands Book Scholarship Program
HENAAC Scholars up to $5000 HENAAC scholarship honorees continue to pave the way for future generations of Hispanics and lead by example to empower our communities and enhance our nations professional technical workforce. HENAAC Scholars
Hispanic College Fund, Inc $500 - $10,000 Must be a U.S. Citizen or permanent resident; enrolled full-time in the U.S.. or Puerto Rico; minimum GPA of 3.0; must demonstrate financial need. Hispanic College Fund
Hispanic Scholarship Fund $1,000 - $2,000 Be of Hispanic heritage; U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident; minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0; must complete Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Hispanic Scholarship Fund
Horatio Alger Military Veterans Scholarship Varies Must have service under the U.S. Military in Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan or Operation Iraqi Freedom, or later Honorable service record under the U.S. Military; critical financial need; enrolled in a Bachelor's Degree program in the U.S.; Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans
Horseshoe Foundation Scholarship up to $2,000 Resident of Floyd County that has a "C" average or better, has a good school record and attendance, and good citizenship. Need may be considered as determined by the FAFSA. May be renewable for up to four (4) years. Horseshoe Foundation
Hortense P. Myers Memorial Journalism Scholarship $500 College juniors are eligible. Former UPI statehouse reporter Myers is remembered by her colleagues on the beat and in the journalism classroom as a fair but relentless reporter who sought the truth in every story she pursued. Woman's Press Club of Indiana
iModules Scholarship

up to $1,500

iModules believes helping students to further their education is one of the greatest gifts we can give back to our clients and the communities they serve. Since 2008, the iModules Scholarship Program has helped high school and university students in their academic pursuits.

Indiana Conservation Officers Organization $500 Students majoring in Conservation or Law Enforcement. Four of these scholarships are for students under the age of 24, listed as a dependent for tax purposes, US citizen and living in the State of Indiana. Indiana Conservation Officers Organization
Indiana Extension Homemakers (Career Advancement) $500 Applicant must be a homemaker twenty-five (25 or older; resident of Indiana; two character reference letters; copy of transcript; acceptance letter if just enrolling; biographical statement including educational background, financial need. IEHA
Indiana Homeland Security Foundation Scholarship up to $2,000 Applicant must be an Indiana resident; currently a volunteer for a public safety organization; pursuing an undergraduate degree at an Indiana college; have a minimum of a 2.8 GPA and want to pursue a career in public safety. Awards available for full-time or part-time students. Indiana Homeland Security Foundation
Indiana National Guard ROTC Scholarship up to $105,000 Are you interested in earning a 4-year degree at IU Southeast? Do you need a scholarship to fulfill that dream? The Indiana National Guard has a scholarship for you that is not based on your income or your family's income. This scholarship pays 100% tuition and mandatory fees for all Indiana residents. This scholarship will require you to be part of the Army ROTC program. You will be a student, a soldier, and a ROTC cadet. Along with the tuition, you will receive extra monies each month while in college, such as the Montgomery GI Bill ($329) and the GI Bill Kicker ($350). You will also receive an extra paycheck for your one (1) weekend a month drill. Please contact Sergeant First Class Daniel Mansfield vis phone (812) 786-9600 or email, IU Southeast ROTC Liaison
Indiana Retired Teachers Association Varies Must be an Indiana resident; son/daughter, grandson/granddaughter, legal dependent or spouse of an active, retired or deceased member of the Indiana State Teachers' Retirement Fund; minimum GPA of 2.0 for three (3) semesters in college or university; enro IRTA
Indiana Sheriffs' Association Scholarship Varies Indiana resident. Must be pursuing an education and career in criminal justice/law enforcement field at an Indiana college or university. Must be member of the association, or dependent child, or grandchild of a member of the association. Must be enrolled 12 hours, as a full-time student. Must have taken the SAT or ACT. Deadline: April 1. Requires separate application. Indiana Sheriffs Association
Indiana University Alumni Association $1,000 Full-time undergraduate who is a child of IUAA members, attending any IU campus. Awards based on academic achievement and financial need; must complete Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). IUAA Scholars
Indiana University Credit Union Scholarship Program up to $2,150 The IU Credit Union is offering scholarships to Indiana University undergraduate or graduate students. These scholarships are offered to returning students (after an interruption in their education of two or more consecutive years) who attend full-or part-time. The scholarship award is to cover tuition, books, and/or fess only. The awards will be made at the IU Credit Union Annual Meeting in March. IU Credit Union
Indiana University Foundation Scholarships up to $5,000 IU Foundation offers over 180 scholarships and awards to deserving IU students every year. Online applications for the 2010-11 academic year will be available from December 1, 2009 to March 1, 2010. Indiana University Foundation
Indiana Wildlife Federation Endowment $1,000 Must be an Indiana Resident; must be majoring or minoring in a field related to resource conservation or environmental education; must be an undergraduate entering the sophomore, junior or senior year. Indiana Wildlife Federation Endowment
Indiana Women's Education Foundation varies The Indiana Women's Education Foundation is a non profit organization established under the auspices of the Indiana Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc. Indiana Women's Education Foundation
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Graduate Scholarship Varies College senior or recent graduate (since May 2001); cumulative GPA of 3.5; plan to begin first graduate degree in fall 2006; be nominated by his or her undergraduate institution. Jack Kent Cooke Foundation
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Transfer Scholarship Varies Nominees must have at least a 3.5 GPA; sophomore status by December 31, 2005 or have graduated after May 2001 from an accredited two-year college; enroll full-time in a baccalaureate institution in fall 2006. Demonstrate financial need and academic excellence and unmet financial need, among other criteria. Jack Kent Cooke Foundation
Jack Kent Cooke Hispanic Scholarship Fund $,1250 - $2,500 Applicants must be of Hispanic heritage; be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident; be enrolled part-time or full-time at a community college with plans to transfer and enroll full-time at a four-year U.S. accredited institution; have a minimum cumulative of 3.0 and apply for federal financial aid using the FAFSA. Jack Kent Cooke Foundation
James A. Holt Charitable Foundation Scholarship up to $10,000 Scholarships are awarded on the basis of grades, leadership, moral character, community service and financial need. Each January, the foundation asks Clark County's nine public and private high school principals to solicit scholarship applications for seniors and to recommend finalists to the foundation's board by the end of March. James A. Holt Charitable Foundation
Joe Martin Memorial Scholarship up to $5,000 The Bank of America Joe Martin Scholarship program is a competitive based scholarship program available for college or vocational schools to dependents of associates who have been employed by Bank of America for at least one (1) year. Dependents of deceased, disabled, or retired associates also are eligible. Bank of America
John B. & Brownie Young Memorial Scholarship up to $5,000 To be eligible for a Young Memorial Fund Scholarship, a student must be a high school senior in one of the four school districts (McLean County Public Schools, Daviess County Public Schools, Owensboro Public Schools and the Owensboro Catholic Diocese), rank in the top one-third of their class at the end of the fall semester of the senior year, be unmarried, and plan to attend an accredited non-profit college, university or vocation/technical school on a full-time basis. Branch Banking and Trust Company
John Gyles Education Awards up to $3,000 Must enrolled full-time as an undergraduate or graduate; minimum GPA of 2.7; citizenship in U.S. or Canada. John Gyles Education Center
John H. Conner Scholarship $500 - $1,500 Must be a Floyd County resident who will complete a certificate or degree program before September 1, 2006. Contact: Metro United Way Floyd County, 2706 Paoli Pike, Suite B, P.O. Box 1284, New Albany, IN 47151-1284 phone: 812-944-3839
JustJobs Scholarship up to $2,000’s new scholarship program awards $2,000 three times annually to currently enrolled undergrads or graduate students from registered schools in the US. JustJobs
Kentucky Derby Festival Royal Court Scholarship $2,000 Each spring the Fillies, Inc. sponsors the Kentucky Derby Festival Queen and Court. In order to be a candidate for the princess selection process you must be: single, female resident of the Commonwealth of Kentucky or Louisvile Metropolitan area (Floyd, Clark, and Harrison Counties of Indiana); full-time student; minimum cumulative GPA 3.0; must be at least 18 years of age on or before December 31, 2008. The Fillies Inc. seeks intelligent, well rounded, civic-minded women who are motivated, personable and enthusiatic. Kentucky Derby Festival & The Fillies, Inc.
Kids' Chance of Indiana Scholarship up to $3,000 Children of Indiana workers fatally or catastrophically injured as a result of a work-related accident or occupational disease. Children ages 16-25 are eligible. The death or catastrophic injury/illness must have occurred as a result of work activities performed on the behalf of an Indiana employer, although neither the student applicant nor the deceased/injured worker are required to be a legal resident of the State of Indiana. Kids' Chance of Indiana $2,000’s new scholarship program for Hispanic students awards $2,000 three times annually to currently enrolled undergrads or graduate students from registered schools in the US.  The deadlines are December 31, April 30 and August 31.  Student must be enrolled as a full-time student when applying for scholarship.
Lawrence County Community Scholarships varies Scholarships available to help students fund their education; scholarship awards, requirements and deadlines may vary.

Lawrence County Community Scholarships

Linda Craig Memorial Scholarships Varies Awarded to students with an interest in medicine and/or sports medicine; must have completed their freshmen year of college and currently enrolled and good standing in an undergraduate program; must demonstrate outstanding character, integrity and leaders. Contact: Allegra L. East with the Linda Craig Memorial Scholarship Committee, Pacers Basketball Corp Foundation, Inc., 300 E Market Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Louise Eleanor Ross Kleinhenz Memorial Scholarship $500 This is for mature Indiana women desiring to upgrade their skills in order to re-enter the journalism job market or to upgrade positions in that field. This award is in memory of Louise Eleanor Ross Kleinhenz, a 45-year-member of Woman's Press Club of Indiana who served the organization as president, historian and Bulletin editor before her death in 1977. Woman's Press Club of Indiana
Lynn Dean Ford/Indianapolis Association of Black Journalist $1,000 Must be African-American student; graduate of an Indiana High school or current college student enrolled for the fall of 2006 and majoring in communications or journalism at a four-year accredited college or university in Indiana. IABJ
Margaret McNamara Memorial Fund up to $12,000 The Margaret McNamara Memorial Fund (MMMF) awards educational grants to women from developing countries whose graduate studies and future plans aim to benefit women and children in their respective regions. Commitment to this goal is an essential selection criterion. Margaret McNamara Memorial Fund
Marine Corp Scholarship Varies Must be the son or daughter of a Marine on active duty in the Reserve OR, Must be the son or daughter of a former Marine or Marine Reservist who has received an Honorable Discharge, Medical Discharge, or who was killed while in the service of our country. Marine Corps
Mensa Education and Research Foundation Scholarship $300 - $1,000 Enrolled in a degree program; must currently be a resident of a participating American Mensa Local group's area; submit an essay explaining their academic and/or vocational goals.
American Mensa
Mildred & Richard Harrison Memorial Scholarship $6,000 - $7,000 Graduate from Tipton High School; enrolled in a Bachelor Degree program at an Indiana College or University; completed six (6) semesters of study; minimum GPA 2.5. Tipton County Foundation
Military Education Scholarship Program up to $1,500 VA Mortgage Center is proud to now offer five bi-yearly $1,500 scholarships in conjunction with our Military Education Scholarship Program. The process and purpose is simple - many college students currently struggle to meet the financial requirements of pursuing their education, even with the help of financial aid and other scholarship programs. Our scholarships are awarded each year in May and November. Eligible applicants include current and prospective ROTC program students; active-duty military personnel with plans to attend college; honorably discharged veterans of the US military; sons and daughters of Veterans or active-duty military. VA Mortgage Center
My Recipe - My Heritage Scholarship up to $4,500 Fast Recipes is a proud supporter of higher education. The Fast Recipes scholarship competition was established to assist students studying in the US with tuition costs. Both US citizens and foreign students currently attending a US college, university, or another institution of higher education are eligible to participate. Scholarship winners will be asked to present proof of attendance prior to receiving the scholarship award. Fast Recipies
Nancy M. Combs Human Resources Scholarship $500 Enrolled full or part-time in the field of Human Resource Management; completed at least one-half of program. LSHRM
National Association of Black Journalists Scholarships varies Fellowship scholarships available to students to help fund their education. National Association of Black Journalists
National Federation of the Blind $3,000 - $10,000 All applicants for these scholarships must be legally blind, and must be pursuing or planning to pursue a full-time, postsecondary course of study in a degree program at a United States' institution in the 2008 scholastic year, except that one scholarship may be given to a person employed full-time while attending school part-time, and must participate in the entire NFB national convention and in all scheduled scholarship program activities. In addition to a scholarship, each winner will be brought to the 2008 National Federation of the Blind Annual Convention in July at Federation expense, providing an excellent opportunity for high level networking with active blind persons in many, many different professions and occupations. National Federation of the Blind
National Federation of the Blind Scholarship $3,000 - $12,000 Must be legally blind, Awarded for academic excellence, community service and financial need. NFB
National Italian American Foundation Scholarship Program $2000- $5000 Must be an Italian American student who demonstrates outstanding potential and high academic achievements (to be Italian American, the student must have at least one ancestor who has migrated from Italy) OR must be a student from any ethnic background. NIAF
National Research Council Associateship Program varies The Research Associateship awards are open to doctoral level scientists and engineers (U.S and Foreign Nationals) who can apply their special knowledge and talents to research areas that are of interest to them and to the participating host laboratories and centers. Awards are available for Postdoctoral Associates (within 5 years of the doctorate) and Senior Associates (normally 5 years or more beyond the doctorate). The National Academies
National Speakers Association Scholarship $4,000 Enrolled full-time at a 4-year accredited college or university; entering junior or senior year or graduate student; major or minor in Speech or directly related to communications study. NSA Foundation
Native American Scholarship Fund $500 Applicants selected on the basis of academic success, financial need, heritage, and community involvement. American Indian Scholarships
Nell Peterson Memorial Art Scholarship up to $400 College student majoring in commercial or fine art. Contact: Louisville Craftsman's Guild, P.O. Box 7172, Louisville, KY 40202
New Albany Business and Professional Women's Club $1,500 resident of Floyd, Clark or Harrison Counties of Indiana, present evidence of need; be accepted for admission at an accredited institution; good academic standing, cumulative GPA 2.5 min, Undergraduate must be full time, Graduate must be at least half-time. Business and Professional Women/USA
P.E.O. International Peace Scholarship Fund varies The P.E.O. Sisterhood is passionate about its mission: promoting educational opportunities for women. Our sisterhood proudly makes a difference in women's lives with five international philanthropies: P.E.O. Educational Loan Fund, Cottey College, P.E.O. International Peace Scholarship Fund, P.E.O. Program for Continuing Education, and P.E.O. Scholar Awards. P.E.O. International
Pacers Foundation, Inc up to $2,000 Scholarships help our communities. By focusing on kids who show promise in community service and academics, we are able to turn kids into future leaders. Their positive decisions have brought them this far. But they still need encouragement. And we provide that with two exceptional scholarships. Kim Be Educated Grantee Recipient Read More Kirsten Linda Craig Memorial Scholarship Recipient Read More Register for the Pacers Foundation Golf Outing Pacers Foundation donates $500,000 to Common Goal Scholarships help our communities. By focusing on kids who show promise in community service and academics, we are able to turn kids into future leaders. Their positive decisions have brought them this far. But they still need encouragement. And we provide that with two exceptional scholarships. Team Up Scholarship recognize Indiana high school seniors for their academics and outstanding service to the community and Linda Craig Memorial Scholarship awarded to deserving undergraduate students enrolled in an Indiana college or university. We target students majoring in medicine or a related discipline who have completed at least four semesters. Pacers Foundation, Inc
Patrick Charnon Memorial Scholarship up to $1,500 Recipients must be admitted or enrolled in a full-time undergraduate program of study in an accredited four-year college or university in the United States. They must maintain good academic standing and make progress toward a degree. The selection committee looks for candidates who value tolerance, compassion and respect for all people in their communities, and who have demonstrated their commitments to these values by their actions. Center for Education Solutions
Paul W. Guy Memorial Scholarship $1,000 Must be registered in an accredited college or university in the State of Indiana; resident of Indiana at the time of entry into college or university; majoring in Human Resources Management, Industrial Relations, or Business Administration with a Human Resources concentration, full-time or part-time; junior or senior or graduate student at the time of application. Indiana Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration (ISHHRA)
POWER Scholarship up to $,1000 POWER,the Indiana General Assembly's Political Organization for Women's Education and Representation, has created a scholarship fund specifically for women 25 and older who are looking to enhance their lives via higher education. The POWER Scholarship is for non-traditional female students interested in gaining skills necessary to earn a degree and advance their careers. Indiana House of Representatives
Special Operations Warrior Foundation varies The Special Operations Warrior Foundation has provided full college scholarship grants, not loans, along with financial aid and educational counseling to surviving children of Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps special operations personnel who were killed in an operational mission or training accident. Special Operations Warrior Foundation
School Pride Scholarship up to $1,000

Whether it’s your school’s culture, quality of teaching, or close-knit community, every college experience is unique, but that doesn’t make it any less valuable.  So, because your education is worth so much, wants to help you pay for it.  Tell us what your school has to offer that you can’t find anywhere else and if your story is the most inspirational, we’ll reward you with a scholarship.

SPENDonLIFE College Scholarship up to $5,000 The SPENDonLIFE College Scholarship program offers financial assistance for college students who are unable to obtain student loans due to a negative credit history. Awards range from $500 to $5,000 a year of full-time study and are based on financial need and participation in the application process. SPENDonLIFE
Student Inventor Scholarship varies For 15 years, the Collegiate Inventors Competition has recognized and encouraged undergraduate and graduate students on their quest to change the world around them. With over $120,000 in prizes awarded to top student inventors and their academic advisors, the Competition is one of the most prestigious honors available to college and university innovators. Collegiate Inventors
Student Video Scholarships varies Entrants must be currently enrolled in and attending a graduate or undergraduate program at a college or university. Entries will be judged on overall impact, effectiveness of conveying theme, artistic merit and technical proficiency. A Blue Ribbon Jury comprised of representatives from the media, academia and The Christophers' Board of Directors will make the final selection of winners. Judges' decisions are final. Student Video Scholarships
SunTrust Scholarship $1,000 To assist high school seniors with their first year college expenses. Off To College
Tau Kappa Epsilon Scholarship up to $1000 Full-time undergraduate male student enrolled at IU Southeast; minimum GPA of 2.3; member of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity. For application or questions contact Roger Schmitt by email @ or call 812-283-4209. TKE Board of Advisors
The Anne Ford and Allegra Ford Scholarship Award up to $10,000 The Anne Ford and Allegra Ford Scholarship offers a $10,000 award to two graduating high school seniors with documented learning disabilities (LD) who are pursuing undergraduate degrees. National Center for Disabilities
The New American Scholarship and Internship Program

Accenture is proud to sponsor іSÍ! The New American Scholarship and Internship Program. The scholarship program provides a combination of scholarship assistance and a possible structured, multi-year internship for Latino college students. The internships are designed to work with major corporations, and at the same time, provide students with a pathway to high-level careers in the private sector.

The Props Family Scholarship Varies Applicant must be an Indiana resident; enrolled as a full-time freshman at one of the IU campuses (excluding Bloomington); must be employed a minimum of six continuous months in an entry level position; must submit proof of good standing from employer; minimum SAT of 900 or ACT equivalent and must demonstrate financial need. scholarship may be renewable for sophomore year with 2.5 GPA and 24 credit hours completed. Office of Financial Aid
The Sallie Mae Fund varies The Sallie Mae Fund sponsors several scholarship programs and supports hundreds of other college scholarships. All of our programs are based on financial need, as The Fund seeks to bridge the dollar gap when no one else can. The Sallie Mae Fund
Tim & Tom Gullikson Foundation Scholarship varies Scholarships for post high school education are made available to brain tumor patients/survivors and/or children of brain tumor patients/survivors to enable them to pursue educational programs. Scholarship monies may be used for tuition, fees, books and room and board. Tim & Tom Gullikson Foundation Scholarship
TMAI Student Scholarship up to $1500 Junior status at an accredited Indiana college or university; major in finance or closely related subject; completed at least six (6) credit hours of finance or closely related course work; evaluation checklist completed by the student's academic advisor.
Twenty-First Century Scholars Program Varies Be a resident of Indiana; child of U.S. citizen or eligible noncitizen; enrolled in 7th or 8th grade at a charter school, freeway school, or other accredited Indiana scholl through Performance Based Accrediation (PBA); meet income requirements or be a ward of the court county or in foster care. SSACI
USA Funds Scholarship $1,500 Enrolled full or half-time at an accredited two or four-year college or university; annual adjusted gross family income of $35,000 or less as documented on a 2007 federal income-tax return; U.S. citizen or eligible noncitizens; may be renewable with 2.5 GPA. USAFunds
Virginia Walker Memorial Scholarship up to $2500 Open to persons who have been residents in Regional Youth Services foster care homes; letter of acceptance from a college, university or technical school; letter of recommentdation (no more than four) from a teacher, employer or foster parent. Regional Youth Services, Inc
Wal-Mart Foundation Scholarship varies Several key scholarship programs help us demonstrate our strong commitment to diversity as well as education. Scholarship award, requirements and deadlines may vary. Wal-Mart Foundation
Women in Transition Scholarship $500 Must be a female 30 years of age or older; Indiana resident for at least one year; financial need is a criterion.
Working Woman Scholarship $500 Must be a female 25 years of age or older; Indiana resident for at least one-year; employed at lest 20 hours per week; enrolled at least part-time. Financial need is a criterion. Indiana Women's Education Foundation
YourBlinds Excellence Scholarship $500 This scholarship is designed to exercise the innovation muscle of its recipient. One student (graduate or undergraduate) will be awarded this scholarship in recognition of his or her passion for innovation in making the common, uncommon in the custom window coverings industry. YourBlinds