Financial Aid

The primary source for financial aid at Indiana University is the Office of Student Financial Assistance, including grants, loans, and work-study packages. Information about available programs is primarily presented through the Office of Admissions. The Office of Scholarships is the main source of information concerning merit based scholarship opportunities from the university.  

There are a variety of state funded financial aid opportunities for future educators and for students intending to teach in identified shortage areas in the field of education. The Indiana Commission for Higher Education maintains a web site for information on these programs.

School of Education Scholarships

The School of Education manages a variety of scholarships as part of its endowment. Current education students, or students within the University Division with the intention of becoming an education major, are eligible to apply. Students are encouraged to complete the Teacher Education scholarship application between December 15 and February 1 each year. By completing the scholarship application, students are considered for more than 50 scholarship opportunities for the following academic year. Scholarships are competitive and awarded based on grades, test scores, letters of recommendation, essays, and intended teaching area.

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