Indiana University Bloomington

College of Arts and Sciences

Funding & Student Support

Much of the Flagship experience takes place on the IU Bloomington campus during the regular academic year and includes both credit-bearing classes and free extracurricular activities. No funding is provided from the Flagship program for academic years on campus, and students are encouraged to apply for the wide variety of scholarships and financial aid available through IU and other sources to help fund both their academic years and summer study.

A limited number of Flagship scholarships are available for especially committed and talented Chinese language learners to facilitate summer language learning and the capstone year abroad.

Flagship students who are also ROTC cadets may be eligible for additional funding opportunities through partnerships between the Defense Language and National Security Education Office (DLNSEO) and Army Cadet Command, and DLNSEO and Air Force ROTC. More information about these opportunities is available here: Army ROTC and Air Force ROTC.