Admissions-Based Scholarships

Rewarding Your Hard Work

If you are a high school senior nearing graduation and plan to attend IUPUC in the fall semester after graduating, you may be eligible for automatic scholarships from IUPUC. Each year, we award a variety of Admission-Based Scholarships to students based on their academic achievement.

To qualify, you must apply to IUPUC by May 1 of your senior year and meet specific scholarship criteria. No application or supporting materials are required unless indicated. Some admission-based scholarships are based on need, so be sure to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (or FAFSA) when it becomes available October 1 for fullest consideration.

If you are eligible for a scholarship, you will be notified when the Office of Student Financial Services sends out Financial Aid Notifications.

Dates to Keep in Mind

Your education at IUPUC is one of the biggest investments you'll make in your adult life. See below for key scholarship and financial aid dates to consider when applying for Fall 2022.

August 1Apply IU Admissions Application available for 2022 applicants.
September 1The IU General Application opens for students to submit for additional scholarship consideration
Mid-FebruaryFinancial Aid Notification (FAN) letters begin to be sent to students. Notifications are online by emails to both personal and IU email accounts.
Late March/AprilUpdated FANs for some students will go out in late March, and for others it will be April around the state deadline.
November 15Priority date for full merit aid consideration. 
February 15Deadline to apply for admission-based scholarships and competitive/diversity scholarships.
October 1, 2021FAFSA application for 2022-23 academic year opens.
April 15Deadline to submit FAFSA for consideration of state aid.
April 1Deadline to submit updated GPA and/or test scores.