A gift for your education

A scholarship is a form of financial aid you don’t have to repay. It’s in your best interest to apply for as many scholarships as you’re eligible for—the more gift aid you receive, the less student debt you’ll have to carry.

In accordance with Title IV rules, we include the scholarships you receive when we calculate how much need-based aid you’re eligible for. As long as we’ve received your scholarship funds from your donor by the deadline, any adjustments to your financial aid will be made before your bill is due.

Find an other IU scholarship

Do you have a record of outstanding academic achievement? A passion to succeed? Do you need help paying for college? If you said yes to any (or all) of these, you may be eligible for a scholarship from Indiana University—check IU’s scholarship system for available scholarships. We also encourage you to contact your school for scholarship opportunities related to your field of study.

Scholarships outside of the university

Get advise on searching for external scholarships.

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Get rewarded with RaiseMe

Did you know high school students can earn IU Fort Wayne scholarship dollars just by completing common college-search tasks? IU Fort Wayne has partnered with RaiseMe to help you be prepared for college by completing achievements, which are then rewarded with micro-scholarships. Scholarships earned through RaiseMe are not stackable with admission-based awards.

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Learn how to be MoneySmart

We want to help you make good financial decisions throughout your time at IU Fort Wayne and beyond. MoneySmarts, a university-wide financial literacy initiative, will show you how to get on the road to financial wellness even before you set foot on campus.

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