IUPUC scholarship

About the Donor

Founded in 1970, IUPUC served nearly 1,700 full-time and part-time students in 2011-12. One of the state’s best educational values, IUPUC offers online, hybrid, evening, and day classes. It also offers off-site courses taught at the Jackson County Learning Center and the Greensburg Learning Center. With small class sizes and personal attention, you can complete Indiana University and Purdue University undergraduate and graduate degrees on our convenient Columbus campus.

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IUPUC awards five $1,000 scholarships to deserving students each year.


To be considered for this scholarship, you must:
  • Be a degree-seeking undergraduate student at IUPUC.

Application process

Online applications are available starting December 1 and are due March 10.

  • Applicants must be admitted and enrolled to apply
  • Applications are available December 1 in One.
  • Sign into One.iu.edu with your IU Network ID FIRST 
  • Search for "Scholarships" (select "scholarships task")