IU Bloomington scholarships reward students for past accomplishments and enable future achievement. The Office of Scholarships is your go-to source for information about many of the scholarships IU offers, as well as important dates and deadlines.Go to the Office of Scholarships website
Incoming freshmen, apply by November 1
To be considered for IU Achievement and Selective Scholarships, you must submit a complete application for admission (including official transcript and test scores) by November 1.
If you meet the November 1 scholarship deadline, you may submit updated SAT and/or ACT scores until January 15 for additional scholarship consideration. If you qualify for additional scholarship funding based on your updated test scores, you’ll receive an award notification in early February. After the November 1 deadline, scholarship opportunities are limited.Learn how to apply to IU
of IU Bloomington undergraduates receive grant or scholarship aid, National Center for Education Statistics, 2014
in institutional grants and scholarships awarded to beginning students in 2013–14
Process and priority dates for the Wells Scholarship
This prestigious scholarship provides full tuition, mandatory and course-related fees, and a living stipend for four years. It also has its own nomination process and earlier priority dates.Learn about the Wells Scholars Program
Many sources of aid
Remember: scholarships at IU are competitive, and they’re just one of several kinds of financial aid you can receive. Be sure to look for other sources of scholarships in places like your high school and community.