IUPUC Grants

Sometimes IUPUC pays you

IUPUC offers several grants to students who qualify. To be eligible for any of these grants, you must complete your FAFSA by April 15.

21st Century Scholars Pledge Grant

This renewable grant is designed to supplement the Evan Byah 21st Century Scholarship for up to $2,000 per year. To be eligible students must be receiving the Evan Byah 21st Century Scholarship, have remaining unmet financial need, and meet other requirements (funding subject to availability). Students who meet eligibility criteria will automatically be given this award without additional application.

Grant for Access and Persistence (GAP) Award

This renewable grant is designed to supplement the Indiana Frank O’Bannon Grant and Federal Pell Grant for Indiana resident students. To be eligible students must be receiving the Indiana Frank O’Bannon Grant and the Federal Pell Grant, have remaining unmet financial need, and meet other requirements (funding subject to availability). Students who meet eligibility criteria will automatically receive this award without additional application.

Pell Pledge Grant

This renewable grant for up to $2,000 per year is designed to supplement the Federal Pell Grant for Indiana resident students who do not qualify for state of Indiana grant programs. To be eligible an incoming freshman must receive the Federal Pell Grant, have a minimum SAT score of 1000 (Math and Critical Reading sections only) or ACT score of 21, and have a FAFSA on file by the priority deadline of March 10. Students who meet eligibility criteria will automatically receive this award without additional application.

IU Tuition Benefit

If your parents are IU employees, you may be eligible for the IU Tuition Benefit which reduces the cost of IU courses.

Learn how to apply for the IU Tuition Benefit