The Big List of Funding OpportunitiesFirst-year Students | Students Already on Campus | Undergraduates Planning on Graduate Study | Travel Abroad
IU Bloomington students receive more than $225 million per year in scholarships, loans, grants, and work-study pay. If you are an entering student with demonstrated financial need, IU will do its best to help you finance your education.
To learn more about IU financial aid, contact the Office of Student Financial Assistance (OSFA) via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit OFSA's Web site at http://studentcentral.indiana.edu/. OSFA does not award scholarships, but it does administer loans, work-study funds, and many grants, and it can give you tips on applying for non-IU scholarships.
Students Already on Campus
HHC Grants and Scholarships
Nationally-competitive Awards Administered by IU Offices for Undergraduates and for Students Intending to Pursue Graduate Study
Other IU Sources
Other Scholarships and Fellowships
Funding Options for Travel AbroadBoth finding an ideal program and obtaining necessary funding can be very challenging when seeking an overseas experience. However, in many cases, the cost of a program may not be as far out of your reach as you think. You may be interested in looking into other study abroad and international education Web sites. A few of these are listed below.
Sources at Indiana University
External Web Sites