Application Process

Donor-funded scholarship applications are available December 1 in One. Completed applications are due March 10. To apply, please:

  • Log into One.
  • Search "Scholarships.”
  • Confirm all required documentation has been submitted to qualify for specific scholarships

Donor-Funded Scholarships

Donor-funded scholarships are made possible by generous contributions from local corporations, businesses, civic groups, alumni, private citizens, and others who want to support IUPUC students as they pursue their academic and career goals.

If you meet the eligibility criteria for one or more of IUPUC's donor-funded scholarships, please apply as early as possible.

Available Scholarships

Each donor-funded scholarship at IUPUC has its own unique criteria for eligibility. Please review the eligibility criteria listed.

$1,000 Creative Writing Contest

The Division of Liberal Arts, in partnership with the Traylor Writing Services Center, is hosting a creative writing contest. The contest winner will receive a $1,000 Robert G. Traylor Scholarship good toward tuition expenses at IUPUC for the fall semester. Acceptable genres for contest entries include: fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, short story, novel excerpt, short shorts, flash fiction, memoir, and multimedia works. To be eligible for the $1,000 scholarship, contestants should submit 15 to 30 pages of original creative writing in a Microsoft Word file that follows contest deadlines as listed in the IUPUC webpage.