Kelley Scholarships

Detailed scholarship information can be found online on the Kelley Undergraduate Scholarship website.

Students who are offered direct admission:

If you are an in-state student, once you have been admitted to IU and offered direct admission to Kelley, you may be eligible for the Kelley Scholars Program. This scholarship program provides standard tuition, fees, and a generous living stipend for four years of study in addition to the opportunity to study overseas. Eligible applicants will be invited to apply by the Kelley Admissions Office.

Qualified students may also apply for the William R. Fry Scholarship Program. This scholarship program supplements other IU gift funding to cover standard tuition, fees, and room and board for up to four years. Students are provided an advisor and Fry Scholar mentor to help adjust to college and plan their education. Additionally, the recipients of the scholarship are given preference for the Kelley Living Learning Center.

If you want to be considered for scholarships beyond your first year at Kelley, you must complete the online application once each spring semester. Thus, in the spring semester of your freshman year, be sure you complete the application. Although the application remains available until September 28, apply between January 1 and April 1 for optimum consideration.

Students seeking standard admission:

Currently enrolled University Division students can apply for business scholarships at the same time that they apply for admission to Kelley.  Scholarship applicants will be considered for Kelley undergraduate scholarships after being formally admitted to the School.

Kelley does not currently offer scholarships to incoming transfer students.  Once admitted to Kelley, however, you can apply for undergraduate business scholarships just like any admitted student.  The Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship for Indiana residents is currently the only transfer student scholarship available at Indiana University.  Please note that this scholarship is not maintained or administered by Kelley; any questions concerning this scholarship should be directed to the Office of Admissions.

Need-based scholarships:

Eligibility for need-based scholarships and federal financial aid is determined by the IU Student Central on Union office. To apply for most types of financial aid, students should complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). It is available from high school guidance counselors or at the FAFSA home page: Students should remember to list IU’s federal school code of 001809 as one of the college choices, and be sure to file the FAFSA as soon after January 1 as possible (and definitely before March 10). Information about financial aid procedures is available at, or at the Student Central on Union office at (812) 855-6500.

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