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Apply Online: www.iue.edu/apply
This guide contains the information
and application that you need to begin the admissions process at
Indiana University East. IU East combines all the advantages of a
major research university with the appeal of a smaller college. Your
IU degree will offer you a lifetime of opportunities because it carries
the worldwide recognition of Indiana University. At IU East, our
mission is to help you succeed.
IU focused on YOU.
IU East offers… Fast Facts about
• an Indiana University degree. IU East
• comprehensive array of academic programs. • over 2,900 students
• personal attention with small average class sizes. • 18 students per class average
• a top-quality education at an affordable cost.
• 13:1 student to faculty ratio
• an active campus life with many student activities and organizations.
• Red Wolves athletics with intercollegiate teams in men’s basketball, • Over 50 areas of study
men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and • Scholarships and Financial aid
women’s tennis, and women’s volleyball. totaling $9.8 million per year
• an Honors Program to provide an intellectually enriched curriculum
• Over 30 student organizations
for highly motivated students in a baccalaureate program of any major. and clubs
• admission and merit-based scholarships for incoming students.
• Thousands of graduates in
• study abroad and internship opportunities.
• freshman student success through University College.
Visit to see our campus in action
Join us for an inside look at our campus to see what it’s like to be a student
here. It’s an interactive, personalized chance to get a feel for a future at IU
East. Meet students, faculty, and staff and learn more about degree programs,
financial aid, scholarships, and campus life.
Indiana University East 765.973.8208 or
Office of Admissions 800.959.EAST
2325 Chester Boulevard www.iue.edu/visit
Richmond, IN 47374 firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone Numbers, Web and E-mail Danielson Learning Center
Addresses The Danielson Learning Center is located in New Castle
just three miles north of I-70. To reach the center from
Web sites for admissions, financial aid, student records I-70, head north on State Road 3 and then turn right on
and bursar offices are all accessible through www.iue.edu. Trojan Lane.
Admissions 300 Trojan Lane
Phone 765.973.8208 New Castle, IN 47362
Fax 765.973.8209 Phone 765.521.9012 or 800.959.EAST
E-mail: email@example.com Fax 765.521.0354
Financial Aid and Scholarships
The Lawrenceburg Center is located on the campus of Ivy
Tech Community College Southeast in Lawrenceburg.
50 Walnut Street
Lawrenceburg, IN 47025
Phone 812.537.4010, ext. 256 or 800.715.1058
Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. College Credit by Examination
The Foreign Language Placement test, AP and CLEP
examination programs give students the opportunity to earn
Regional Centers transfer credit. Please contact our admissions office to find
At IU East, we bring college to you. Our Connersville,
out additional information about each of these exams and
New Castle, and Lawrenceburg centers are examples
what grades may be accepted for college credit.
of communities dedicated to providing educational
opportunities for its citizens close to home. Whether you
Foreign Language Placement Exam
are a college student working toward a degree, a high
All Indiana University East students who have previously
school student wanting to get a head start on your college
taken a foreign language in high school or have previous
career, or an adult interested in continuing your education,
experience in a foreign language are eligible to take
the regional centers feature one-stop services to meet all
this placement test and oral exam. The results from the
your needs. They offer campus services such as:
Foreign Language Placement Test indicate the IU East
language course in which the student is qualified to enroll.
• Applying for admission and financial aid Exams are given by appointment and administered by
• Placement testing Foreign Language faculty members. Contact the School of
• Academic Advising Humanities and Social Sciences for more information.
Registering for classes and djusting your schedule
• Bursar services The Advanced Placement (AP) program allows high
• Student services school students to enroll in college level courses and test
• Tutorial services their proficiency by taking an exam. Students should
request that their scores be sent to Indiana University
East. The Office of Admissions will evaluate the results for
transfer credit and mail a Credit Transfer Report. Students
The Connersville Center is located in the Connersville
interested should contact their high school guidance
Industrial Center at the southwest corner of Western
counselor or the College Board (www.collegeboard.com)
Avenue and 21st Street.
715 W. 21st Street
Connersville, IN 47331
The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) enables
Phone 765.825.4171 or 800.959.EAST
students to earn transfer credit for what they have learned
on the job, through self-study or personal interest. For
more information, visit www.collegeboard.com.
Application for Admission
How to Apply the application for admission to the IU East Office of
Applicants must submit this application and the Admissions at 2325 Chester Boulevard, Richmond, IN
appropriate supporting documents to the IU East Office 47374. Applicants are responsible for maintaining the
of Admissions. We also encourage you to apply online receipt certifying that the letter has been received by
at www.iue.edu/apply. Individuals who have previously IU East. Information to be submitted includes: a brief
attended Indiana University as degree-seeking students explanation, location (city, state, country) of conviction
do not need to submit an application for admission. of previous conduct, dates, and court disposition. This
Previous IU students should contact the Office of Student statement must also include a grant of permission
Records at 765.973.8270. to IU East for complete access to criminal records, if
any. For further information on this requirement, call
Application materials should be sent to: 765.973.8208.
Office of Admissions
Indiana University East Students with Disabilities
Whitewater Hall, Room 151 For students with disabilities who may need assistance,
2325 Chester Boulevard special arrangements can be made to accommodate most
Richmond, IN 47374-1289 needs. Contact Student Support Services at 765.973.8310
for more information. TTY 765.973.8472.
Students without U.S. citizenship, including those in the
U.S. on immigration visas, must complete the online Special Admission
application at www.iue.edu/apply.
Applicants to IU East may also be admitted to one of
Social Security Number Policy
several special categories:
In accordance with the Privacy Act of 1974 and Indiana
P122 of 1977, students or applicants are advised that the Undergraduate Non-Degree: Applicants who are over 21
requested disclosure of their Social Security Number is years of age and have earned a high school diploma or GED
voluntary. The student has the right to refuse disclosure may apply for admission as a non-degree student and can
of this number or request its removal from records. A remain in this classification for a maximum of 12 credit
special nine-digit student ID number will then be assigned hours. Applicants must submit the regular application for
for use with the university. The Social Security Number admission and the nonrefundable $35 application fee.
will be used to identify the students’ permanent records
such as transcript, registration, grade reports, transcript Graduate Non-Degree: Applicants who have previously
requests, as an identifier for financial aid programs, and to completed a bachelor’s degree may apply for admission as
determine eligibility, certify school attendance, and report a graduate non-degree student by submitting the regular
student status. The student’s Social Security Number is application for admission and the nonrefundable $35
not disclosed to individuals or agencies outside IU except application fee. Graduate non-degree students are not
in accordance with the IU Policy on Release of Student admitted to an advanced degree program.
Information. Please note that if you receive any form
of federal aid or several forms of state aid, you will be Visiting: Individuals who have previously attended or have
required to provide your Social Security number so that been admitted to another college or university and who
your aid may be processed. plan to enroll for a limited period of time before returning
to their home institution may apply for admission as visiting
Criminal Activity Disclosure Policy students. Please request the visiting student application
IU East is committed to maintaining a safe environment from the IU East Office of Admissions.
for all members of the university community. As part of
this commitment, the university requires applicants who High School: Applicants who are currently in high school
have been convicted of any felony or a misdemeanor and who have successfully completed their junior year may
such as simple battery or other convictions for behavior apply for admission by submitting the regular application
that resulted in injury to a person(s) or personal property for admission, an official high school transcript, and written
to disclose this information as a mandatory step in the permission from their high school principal or guidance
application process. A previous conviction or previous counselor. Applicants who have not completed their junior
conduct does not automatically bar admission to the year should contact the IU East Office of Admissions. Once
university but does require review. students have earned admission and taken necessary
placement tests, they may make an appointment with an
Complete information must be sent by certified mail with academic advisor to register for classes.
Application for Admission
Steps to Apply
Step 1: Application
Submit your completed and signed
application to the IU East Office of
Admissions. You can also apply online
Step 2: Application Fee
Submit the nonrefundable $35
application fee with your application.
Step 3: Official Documents
Official copies of your high school transcript,
home school transcript, GED results or col-
lege transcripts must be requested and mailed
directly to the IU East Office of Admissions.
High school transcript request forms are avail-
able from the Office of Admissions as well as
in this guide.
Transfer students who have completed
fewer than 12 hours of transferable college
credits should submit an official copy of their
high school transcript or GED scores.
Step 4: SAT or ACT Scores (high school
Seniors in high school must submit either
SAT or ACT test scores including the Writing
Section of the test, to be considered for ad-
mission. If your class has graduated and a fall
semester has passed since you graduated,
you do not need to take the SAT or ACT.
(However, if you did take the test, we would
like to see the results.)
Step 5: Acceptance
Applications are reviewed daily, and once an
application is complete with all required mate-
rials, you can anticipate a written decision in
less than two weeks. Students who are trans-
ferring to IU East will receive their Credit
Transfer Report after their transcript is evalu-
ated. Transfer students or beginners that have
completed college level courses while in high
school or have military training, DANTES test
results, CLEP test results, International Bac-
calaureate scores, or College Board Advanced
Placement (AP) scores, please provide us with
official credentials. Our office will then inform
you how to check your posted credits online.
Areas of Study
Business and Economics
IU Bachelor of Science IU Certificate
Accounting American Ethnic and Minority
Business Administration Studies
Finance Hispanic Studies
Management Technical and Professional Writing
Management Information Systems Women’s and Gender Studies
Marketing Graduate Certificate in
Tourism, Conventions and Event Compositional Studies
IU Minor Informatics
Economics IU Bachelor of Science
IU Certificate Natural Science
Entrepreneurship and Mathematics
International Business IU Bachelor of Science
IU Bachelor of Science Engineering (Pre-IUPUI)
Secondary Education IU Bachelor of Arts
IU Dual Certification Biology
Special Education Mathematics
Natural Science and Mathematics
IU Master of Science in Education
Alternative Routes to Certification IU Minor
Teacher Recertification Courses Biology
General Studies Chemistry
IU Bachelor of General Studies
Humanities and Social Laboratory Science
IU Bachelor of Arts Nursing
Communication Studies IU Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Creative Writing IU RN to BSN mobility option
English Health Professions (Pre-IUPUI)
IU Bachelor of Social Work
IU Master of Social Work
IU Bachelor of Science
Alcohol and Drug Abuse
Sociology Academics PLUS
Distance Education (IUEverywhere)
IU Minor IU Bachelor of Science
Anthropology Business Administration
Communication Studies Finance (completion program)
Criminal Justice IU Bachelor of Arts
History (completion programs)
International Studies Communication Studies
Literature Technical and Professional
Philosophy Honors Program
Political Science Internships
Psychology Learning Communities (LinC)
Technical and Professional Writing Study Abroad
Theatre and Drama
Women’s and Gender Studies
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Indiana University East
Office of Admissions
iue 2325 Chester Boulevard
Richmond, IN 47374
APPLICAtION FOR ADMISSION
Part I - Personal Information
first middle last
2. Former Name/s: 3. Gender: Male Female
4. Social Security Number: ___ ___ ___ — ___ ___ — ___ ___ ___ ___
5. Birth Date: ___ ___ / ___ ___ / ___ ___ ___ ___ (Example: 05/15/1985)
City State Zip
7. County: 8. Phone: Home ( ) Cell ( )
9. E-mail: (Please CLEARLY print your e-mail address)
10. What is your country of citizenship?
11. If you are not a U.S. citizen, what is your citizenship status?
Immigrant, Permanent Resident Visa (J-1) Student Visa (F-1) Other
12. Ethnic Information:
Do you consider yourself Hispanic/Latino of any race? Yes No
With which of the following racial categories do you identify? (Select one or more)
American Indian or Alaska Native Asian Black/African American Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander White
13. Armed Forces: If you have served in the U.S. armed forces, give branch of service and approximate dates of military service. (Most veterans may receive credit for
their military service experience by filing a copy of their DD Form 214, those on active duty may receive credit by filing a copy of their DD Form 295.)
14. When do you wish to enroll in IU East classes? (Check only one) Year Fall (August) Summer (May/June) Spring (January)
15. Intended Major:
Consult the inside front flap of this application for a list of areas of study. List only one area of study.
16. a.Your high school background (if you have a GED, skip to question 16c)
b. Graduation date
High school name City State Month Year
c. If you did not go to high school, you must provide a copy of your GED scores. Date of GED
17. List all colleges or universities you have attended (including other IU campuses). Attach a separate sheet if necessary.
Name: Name: Name:
Dates attended: Dates attended: Dates attended:
Degree awarded: Degree awarded: Degree awarded:
17. Have you ever been convicted of a felony, or have you ever engaged in behavior that resulted in injury to person(s) or personal
property? Yes No
If you answer yes to this question, please include a one-page summary of the details, circumstances, and outcomes surrounding the activity.
18. List extracurricular activities or post graduate activities in which you have participated (attach separate sheet if necessary):
19. Check the box if you have participated in any of the following: Head Start Upward Bound/trio twenty-First Century Scholars
20. Name of Parent or Guardian: Relationship:
City: State: Zip:
21. Did either of your parents earn a four year college degree (a bachelor’s degree)? Yes No Did either parent attend IU East? Yes No
22. What state do you claim as your legal residence?
If you are claiming Indiana as your legal residence, please answer the following. Dates you have lived in Indiana (must check one):
Birth to present From Mo/Yr / to Mo/Yr / Never resided in Indiana
(If you currently do not live in Indiana, please attach a written explanation of why you claim Indiana as your legal state of residence.)
Indiana University East is committed to maintaining a safe environment for all members of the university community. As part of this commitment, the university
requires all applicants who have been convicted of a felony or who have engaged in behavior that resulted in injury to person(s) or personal property or who
have a history of formal disciplinary action at one or more of the colleges or universities in which they were previously enrolled to disclose this information as a
mandatory step in the application process. A previous conviction or previous conduct does not automatically bar admission to the university, but does require
review. Complete information must be sent by certified mail at the time of application for admission to the Office of Admissions, Indiana University East,
Whitewater Hall, 2325 Chester Boulevard, Richmond, IN 47374. Applicants are responsible for verifying receipt by the university and for maintaining a copy
of the receipt certifying submission. Information to be submitted includes: a brief explanation, location (city, state, country) of conviction or previous conduct,
dates and court disposition (in English). this statement must also include a grant of permission to the university for complete access to criminal records, if any.
For further information on this requirement, call 765.973.8208.
I understand that withholding pertinent information requested on this application or giving false information will make me ineligible for admission to IU East
or subject to cancellation of admission if admission has already been granted or dismissal if already enrolled. I certify that all statements on this application
are correct and complete, including a report of all possible college credit and criminal or disciplinary history as described in the application for admissions
instructions. I give my permission to officials at all institutions I have attended to release information needed by Indiana University East to substantiate the
information I have provided on this application.
Employee No. Application No.
Action Reason Status
Part II - For high school principal or guidance counselor to complete.
1. Please include a list of all senior year courses for this student.
2. Please enclose the student’s official high school transcript including ACT and/or SAT scores.
3. Your comments and recommendations are greatly appreciated. If necessary, you may attach a separate sheet.
Counselor/Principal’s name or title:
telephone number and e-mail:
Applicant ranks _____ in a class of _____ Grade point average on a 4.0 scale _____
Date of graduation (mo/yr):
SAt 1: CR_____ MA_____WR_____ test date (mo/yr):
ACt: EN_____ MA_____ RE_____ SR_____ CO_____ WR____ ES____ test date (mo/yr):
If an Indiana high school student, please check box if appropriate.
a. Passed the IStEP+GqE? Include score results Math_____English_____ Yes No
b. Candidate for Academic Honors Diploma Yes No
c. Completing Core 40 Yes No
d. Twenty-first Century Scholar Yes No
Counselor Signature Date
Mail to: IU East, Office of Admissions, 2325 Chester Blvd., Richmond, IN 47374
REqUESt FOR OFFICIAL COPIES OF HIGH SCHOOL tRANSCRIPtS
This form is provided to assist the Office of Admissions in acquiring student’s high school transcripts or GED scores. These transcripts are necessary to
complete the application for admission to IU East. Complete the form below and submit with your application or mail the form directly to your previous schools.
First Middle Last Former
Student Social Security Number Date of Birth
City State Zip
Phone-Home ( ) Cell ( )
High School, College and/or University Name
Last date of attendance
Issue Now Hold for Current Semester’s Grades Send student transcripts to:
Indiana University East
Please attach form to transcript for identification purposes. Office of Admissions
2325 Chester Boulevard
Student Signature Richmond, IN 47374
IU East is
Financial Aid and
The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships
administers several financial aid programs.
Programs at the federal, state, and university
levels are available to students who demonstrate
need for financial assistance. All aid is subject to
the availability of funds.
If you are interested in receiving financial aid,
please complete these steps.
Step 1: File the FAFSA
Submit the Free Application for Federal
Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible
after January 1. It must be received by
March 10 of the year you will start at IU
East. Filing the FAFSA by the March 10
deadline will allow you to be considered for
state aid. The FAFSA is available from your
high school guidance office or on the Web
at www.fafsa.ed.gov. IU East’s FAFSA
code is 001811; be sure to list this
code when you complete the FAFSA.
Step 2: Admission-based Scholarships
Apply for admission by March 1 to be
considered for admission-based schola-
ships. Recipients of admission-based
scholarships will be notified upon admission
to IU East.
Step 3: Apply for Merit Scholarships
Merit scholarships are awarded on a com-
petitive basis and require a separate ap-
plication. Your admission application will
be evaluated to determine your qualifica-
tions for four-year merit scholarships. If you
meet the criteria for these scholarships, a
scholarship application form will be en-
closed in your acceptance packet to IU
East. Submit scholarship application form
by the deadline (see page 15).
Steps to Enroll
Step 1: Earn Admission
Step 2: New Student Orientation
Attending a New Student Orientation session
is required for all first-time Freshmen. During
New Student Orientation students will become
acquainted with our campus and meet other
new students as well as meet an academic
advisor and register for classes. Transfer
students may schedule an appointment
with a faculty advisor and register for classes
during Open Registration by calling
765.973.8235. Although New Student
Orientation is not required for transfer
students, it is highly recommended.
Step 3: Financial Arrangements
Arrangements for bill payment should be made
with the Office of Student Accounts (Bursar).
For more information, please visit www.iue.edu/
Step 4: Placement Testing
Students may be required to take the COMPASS
placement test to ensure correct placement
in first-semester courses. Math and reading tests
can be taken by appointment in Whitewater
Hall, Room 110. For more information, call
Residency Status previously attended institutions and complete the online
You must be an Indiana resident for 12 months in order to application at
qualify as a resident student for fee purposes. The initial www.iue.edu/admissions/now.php.
determination of resident or nonresident status at Indiana
University East is made by the Office of Admissions. Transfer Student Admission
Ohio Tuition Reciprocity Students enrolling at Indiana University East who have attended
Indiana University East offers Ohio students in neighboring college and earned fewer than 12 transferable semester credit
counties in-state tuition rates. IU East students who have been hours will also need to submit an official copy of their high
residents of Butler, Darke, Mercer, Preble, Shelby and Van Wert school transcript or GED scores. Upon acceptance to IU East, we
counties in Ohio for 12 months prior to their enrollment are will evaluate your transcript(s) and complete an official transfer
eligible for the tuition reciprocity. credit report. Four items will be considered when evaluating
credit for transfer:
Credit for Military Experiences
If you are a veteran of the Armed Forces, you may be eligible • the educational quality of the former institutions and
for academic credit as a result of your military training and their accreditation,
experience. The Admissions Office follows the guidelines of • the comparability of the nature, content and level of
the American Council of Education’s Guide for the Evaluation credit earned,
of Educational Experience in the Armed Services in awarding
academic credit. You should submit any of the following • the appropriateness and applicability of the credit
documents for transfer credit evaluation: Original or Certified earned to programs offered at IU East,
Copy of your DD214 or NGB22 and/or an official AARTS/SMART t
• he grade equivalent of each transferred course (must be
transcript of your military occupational/job skills. at least a C).
Dual Enrollment Go to www.onestart.iu.edu to view your credit evaluation transcript.
Dual Enrollment is an opportunity for high school students
who have completed their junior year to earn credit for both IU East has articulation agreements with:
high school and college while enrolling in and attending an IU • Ivy Tech Community College
East course. Students must have their high school guidance • Edison Community College
counselor’s permission to enroll in university classes. An • Miami University at Hamilton
application, authorization to release transcripts and placement
• Miami University at Middletown
test are required.
• Sinclair Community College
Honors Program For more information on course and program articulation, visit
The Honors Program at Indiana University East is designed for
www.iue.edu/transfer or call a transfer admissions counselor at
students who excel academically and aspire even higher levels of
Developed for busy students with busy lives, the uniqueness of
the Honors Program is that you are only required to take one Study Abroad
additional course. Other course work is embedded into courses IU East offers study abroad opportunities to enrich our students’
already in your academic plan. education through cultural experiences for academic credit.
Recent programs include: Spain Program - “Spanish Culture &
Service-learning, campus contributions, and cultural activities Civilization”, Costa Rica Program - “Fair Trade vs. Free Trade:
are integral to the program. These activities foster good The Effects of Globalization on Central American communities”
citizenship on campus and in the community. and the Paris Program - “Educational Travel to Paris”. For
more information contact the School of Humanities and Social
Your application should include 1) a completed application form; Sciences.
2) transcripts showing an overall high school GPA of 3.5 for
incoming students or an overall college GPA of 3.5 (of any courses
above the developmental level) for currently enrolled or transfer
The internship program at Indiana University East is about
students; 3) a one-page, typed essay of intent; and 4) a letter of
connections. Links between students and employers can
reference from a high school teacher or college instructor.
provide countless benefits. These connecting experiences are
powerful for the student, helping to put academic knowledge
Applications can be obtained online at www.iue.edu/honors.
into practice, as well as narrowing occupational choices. The
Internship Program at Indiana University East is for students at
International Students the junior and senior academic levels. For more information visit
Students without U.S. citizenship, including those on the Internship Program website, www.iue.edu/internships.
immigration visas, must submit official transcripts from all
Four-Year Admission-Based And Merit Scholarships
Four-year admission-based and merit scholarships are awarded for academic performance and in recognition of aca-
demic achievement. By rewarding excellence through scholarships, we hope to encourage students to continue their
education at IU East.
Applicants for admission to IU East become eligible for admission-based scholarships when they submit an admission
application by March 1 that meets academic criteria for the particular scholarship. Merit scholarships are awarded on a
competitive basis and require a separate application. Since beginning freshman students are considered for admission-
based scholarships immediately upon admission to IU East, they are urged to apply for admission as early as possible,
preferably in the fall of their senior year in high school. Students meeting criteria for admission-based scholarships will
be contacted once the admission process is complete and sent a notification of the scholarships for which they are
eligible. They will also receive an application for merit and any other competitive scholarships available. Students can
receive only one four-year admission-based or merit scholarship, the highest one for which they are eligible or selected.
Please note that tuition and fees for resident students at IU East for 15 credits of coursework per semester for the
2009-2010 academic year are approximately $5,591.40, depending on the courses taken. For updated information on
tuition and fees, please visit www.iue.edu/bursar.
IU East Distinguished Scholars (Merit) IU East Outstanding Scholars (Merit)
$20,000 ($5,000 annually for 4 years) $14,000 ($3,500 annually for 4 years)
Deadline: December 1, admission and scholarship Deadline: February 1, admission and scholarship
Students ranking in the top 10 percent of their high school Students who meet the Academic Excellence Scholarship
class with exceptional SAT (Math and Critical Reading) criteria are invited to apply for this competitive scholarship.
or ACT scores are eligible to apply for this competitive Emphasis will be placed on well-rounded students,
scholarship. Emphasis will be placed on academic excelling not only in academics, but also in extracurricular
excellence, but extracurricular activities and community activities, leadership abilities, and community service. IU
service will also be considered. Distinguished Scholars East Outstanding Scholars will demonstrate a commitment
will demonstrate a commitment to help promote IU East to help promote IU East to future students through
to future students through participation in new student participation in new student recruitment and other campus
recruitment and other campus activities. These scholars are activities. These scholars are also expected to apply and
also expected to apply and remain eligible for the Honors remain eligible for the Honors Program. (This award
Program. (This award amount includes any other admission- amount includes any other admission-based award offers.)
based award offers.) To be considered for renewal, students To be considered for renewal, students must attend full
must attend full time and maintain at least a 3.3 GPA. time and maintain at least a 3.2 GPA.
IU East Valedictorian and Salutatorian Scholarships Academic Achievement Scholarships (Admission-based)
(Admission-based) Level One: $12,000 ($3,000 annually for 4 years)
$16,000 ($4,000 annually for 4 years) Students admitted by March 1st who have a cumulative
high school GPA of 3.75 and higher with a 1300 SAT
Students admitted by March 1st who are ranked first (Math and Critical Reading) or 29 ACT score may be
or second in their high school class may qualify for this eligible for this scholarship. To be considered for renewal,
scholarship. Please note that recipients of this scholarship students must attend full time and maintain at least a 3.0
are ineligible for most competitive scholarships. To be GPA. (No separate application required.)
considered for renewal, students must attend full time and
maintain at least a 3.25 GPA. (No separate application is Level Two: $10,000 ($2,500 annually for 4 years)
required.) Students admitted by March 1st who have a cumulative
high school GPA of 3.75 and higher with a 1200 SAT
(Math and Critical Reading) or 26 ACT score may be
eligible for this scholarship. To be considered for renewal,
students must attend full time and maintain at least a 3.0
GPA. (No separate application required).
Chancellor’s Scholarships (Admission-based) Dean’s Scholarships (Merit)
Level One: $8,000 ($2,000 annually for 4 years) $2,000-$4,000 ($500 - $1,000 annually for 4 years)
Students who have a cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 Deadline: March 1, admission; April 1, scholarship
with a minimum 1150 SAT (Math and Critical Reading) application
or 25 ACT, who are admitted by March 1st are eligible for
this admission-based scholarship. Recipients must enroll New to campus students who demonstrate exceptional
full time and maintain at least a 2.75 GPA. (No separate potential for success in college through accomplishments
application required.) and experiences other than past academic performance may
be eligible for this scholarship. Selection will be based on an
Level Two: $6,000 ($1,500 annually for 4 years) assessment of potential contribution to the campus. Special
Students who have a cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 consideration will be given to incoming freshmen who will
with a minimum 1100 SAT (Math and Critical Reading) be the first in their family of origin (mother and father) to
or 24 ACT, who are admitted by March 1st are eligible for graduate from an accredited college (bachelor’s degree).
this admission-based scholarship. Recipients must enroll Students who receive another admission-based scholarship
full time and maintain at least a 2.75 GPA. (No separate will be ineligible to receive this scholarship. Students must
application required.) enroll full time and maintain at least a 2.5 GPA.
Level Three: $5,000 ($1,250 annually for 4 years) Students Lingle Scholars
who have a cumulative high school GPA of 3.3 with a $8,000 ($2,000 annually for 4 years) Wayne County
minimum 1050 SAT (Math and Critical Reading) or 23 students who apply for and are accepted to the IU East
ACT, who are admitted by March 1st are eligible for this Honors Program are eligible.
admission-based scholarship. Recipients must enroll
full time and maintain at least a 2.75 GPA. (No separate
Level Four: $4,000 ($1,000 annually for 4 years) Students
who have a cumulative high school GPA of 3.0 with a Indiana University East supports and complies with Affirmative Action
minimum 1000 SAT (Math and Critical Reading) or 21 Regulations. Admission to the university will be evaluated without regard to
gender, age, race, religion, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, veteran status,
ACT, who are admitted by March 1st are eligible for this
disability, or limited English proficiency. English proficiency is not a barrier to
admission-based scholarship. Recipients must enroll admission or to participation at Indiana University East.
full time and maintain at least a 2.5 GPA. (No separate
Outreach scholarships are competitive and based on academic, service and leadership achievements and require a
separate application. Students meeting criteria for these and other four-year (or two-year) scholarships will be contacted
once the admission process is complete and sent a notification of the scholarships for which they are eligible. Students
can receive only one four-year (or two-year) scholarship, the highest one for which they are eligible or selected.
IU East Commitment-A Promise to Twenty-first Century Scholars. Ivy Tech Region 9 Transfer Scholarships
Full cost of tuition, fees and textbooks for four years Deadline: May 1, admission
Deadline: March 1, admission and scholarship application
Students who earned an associate degree within the last five
years at Ivy Tech Community College Region 9 are eligible for
Students who participate in Indiana’s 21st Century Scholars
this scholarship. Selection is based on the transferability of
program and are admitted to IU East as freshmen can
coursework into an IU East bachelor’s degree program and the
supplement their state benefit and Pell Grants with this
student’s Ivy Tech GPA.
scholarship and other available financial aid to cover all costs of
tuition, fees and textbooks for four years. To be considered for
Level One: $4,000 ($2,000 annually for 2 years)
renewal, students must attend full time and maintain at least a
Students who have a cumulative GPA of 3.5-4.0 and are
admitted by May 1 are eligible for this admission-based
scholarship. Recipients must enroll full time and maintain at
IU East Career Enhancement Scholarships least a 3.0 GPA. (No separate application required.)
$6,000 ($1,500 annually for 4 years)
Deadline: March 1, admission and scholarship application Level Two: $3,000 ($1,500 annually for 2 years).
Students who have a cumulative GPA of 3.0- 3.49 and are
Students who have never attended a four-year college or admitted by May 1 are eligible for this admission-based
university and who graduated from high school at least three scholarship. Recipients must enroll full time and maintain at
years before enrolling at IU East are eligible for this scholarship. least a 2.7 GPA. (No separate application required.)
Selection is based on demonstrating potential for success
through career experiences and letters of recommendation from Level Three: $2,000 ($1,000 annually for 2 years)
employers. Emphasis will be placed on well-rounded students Students who have a cumulative GPA of 2.5-2.99 and are
who can help promote IU East to future students through admitted by May 1 are eligible for this admission-based
participation in new student recruitment and other campus scholarship. Recipients must enroll full time and maintain at
activities. To be considered for renewal, students must attend full least a 2.5 GPA. (No separate application required.)
time and maintain at least a 3.0 GPA.
Level Four: $1,000 ($500 annually for 2 years)
IU East Opportunity Scholarships Students who have a cumulative GPA of 2.0-2.49 and are
$4,000 ($1,000 annually for 4 years) admitted by May 1 are eligible for this admission-based
Deadline: March 1, admission and scholarship application scholarship. Recipients must enroll full time and maintain at
least a 2.3 GPA. (No separate application required.)
Students who qualify for a Pell grant and submit their FAFSA
reports by the deadline are eligible for this scholarship. Selection Community College Transfer Scholarships
is based on high school GPA and SAT/ACT scores and other $2,000 ($1,000 annually for 2 years)
significant accomplishments. To be considered for renewal, Deadline: May 1, admission and scholarship application
students must attend full time and maintain at least a 2.5 GPA.
Students who complete all requirements for an associate degree
IU East Diversity Scholarships at a two-year community college are eligible for this scholarship.
$4,000 ($1,000 annually for 4 years) Selection is based on the transferability of coursework into an
Deadline: March 1, admission and scholarship application IU East bachelor’s degree and the student’s community college
GPA. To be considered for renewal, students must attend full
Students who demonstrate that they can contribute significantly time and maintain at least a 2.5 GPA.
to the diversity initiatives of IU East are eligible for this
scholarship. Selection is based on high school GPA and SAT/ACT
scores and other significant accomplishments. To be considered
for renewal, students must attend full time and maintain at least
a 2.5 GPA.