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Anita & Bill Doty Engineering Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

The Anita & Bill Doty Engineering Scholarship was established to support incoming or recent high school graduates who intend to pursue a degree in engineering at the Ivy Tech Community College Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Tell City, Princeton) and who plan to transfer to a 4-year institution to earn their Bachelor's Degree in Engineering. This scholarship will be awarded to full time students who are on track to complete their Associate's Degree in Engineering in two years. Funds support tuition, fees and books. Scholarship eligibility is evaluated each semester to ensure student continues to meet requirements of the program and scholarship to be considered for renewal.


1st Source Meet the Need Michigan City

1st Source Bank established this scholarship to create pathways to student success by assisting students in financial need. Students must attend the Michigan City campus, have a GPA of 2.5 or greater, have 18 or less credits left to graduate, have financial need, and be in good standing.



A Hand-Up Scholarship

The A Hand-Up Scholarship is established by Peggy L. and Stephen W. Creech to support students enrolled at the Bloomington campus of Ivy Tech Community College. It is intended to be used as a means of removing financial barriers that might prevent them from persisting in coursework or completing their education.

Available funds shall be divided evenly and awarded each fall and spring term to one student who meets the following criteria:

• Student (or student’s family) must currently make a mortgage payment to Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County; 

• Student must demonstrate financial need; however, a FAFSA on-file with the Ivy Tech Office of Financial Aid is not required;

• Student must have successfully completed no more than 30 hours of college credit at any accredited institution of higher learning;

• Student must have less than $5,000 in outstanding student loan debt;

• Student must have a 2.5 grade point average or higher (on 4.0 scale);

The scholarship may be used for undocumented students or those pursuing a degree through the college’s one-year accelerated degree program (ASAP); otherwise, it may be recurring as students remain eligible from semester to semester.


Accounting Program - Richmond

Employee and community donors have established this fund to assist a returning student (completed one semester with a minimum of 3 earned credits) in the accounting program who has demonstrated a high level of achievement. A minimum of 2.5 GPA required. Full- and part-time students may apply; High School graduates from the Richmond campus service area are preferred. In the situation of two equally qualified students preference will be given to the student who is not receiving other grants, College or Foundation Scholarships.

  • Students must be admitted at Richmond/Connersville
  • Students must be admitted to the Accounting program
  • Students must have a GPA of 2.5 or higher
  • High school graduates from Wayne, Randolph, Union, and Fayette, counties are preferred





Agricultural Program Scholarship - Richmond

Applicants must be enrolled in the Agriculture program and have at least a 2.5 grade point average. Full and part-time students may apply; high school graduates from the Richmond campus service area are preferred. In the situation of two equally qualified students, preference will be given to the student who is not receiving other grants, College or Foundation Scholarships. Scholarship funds may be used for tuition, fees, books, supplies or equipment required for a students participation in a course.

  • Students must be admitted to the Richmond/Connersville campus
  • Students must be admitted to the Argiculture Program
  • Students must have a GPA of 2.500 or higher
  • Preference is given to graduates of the Richmond campus service area





Ahaus Family Third Grade Academy Scholarship - Richmond

To honor the legacy of Rick Ahaus and the work he has done for the community with the Third Grade Academy, this scholarship is to benefit the Third Grade Academy graduating members and who will have an opportunity to attend Ivy Tech. This scholarship opportunity is to encourage Third Grade Academy high school graduates to enroll at Ivy Tech Richmond the fall following high school graduation and earn post-secondary education credentials.




Akoma Scholarship

This scholarship was created to provide financial support and encourage African American students to attend and graduate from college. “Akoma” comes from the Asante of present day Ghana. Symbolizing endurance and understanding, Akoma represents love, unity, patience, tolerance and goodwill. 



Alcoa Foundation Academic Skills Advancement Scholarship (Evasnville Service Area)

Applicants of the Alcoa Foundation Academic Skills Advancement Scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Tell City, Princeton). Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5, have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech, and have taken a placement test that indicates that remediation is required. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.




Allison (Ali) Marie Carter Memorial Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Allison "Ali" Marie Carter Memorial scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.




Alpha Omega Delta - Phi Theta Kappa Anderson

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Anderson Campus 
-Member of Phi Theta Kappa
-GPA 2.0 or higher




Amalie Ford Barger and Hubert S. Barger Endowed Scholarship in Engineering Technologies

The Amalie Ford Barger and Hubert S. Barger Endowed Scholarship in Engineering Technologies is intended to encourage students of promise and need at Ivy Tech's Bloomington campus who desire to pursue careers in the fields of engineering technologies. This endowment was established by Joyce Barger Poling as a tribute to her parents and to acknowledge the contributions made by her father to his profession as an engineer.

Eligibility Criteria:
  1. Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5;
  2. Must have completed 24 credit hours in an Engineering Technology program;
  3. Must have a FAFSA on file with the Ivy Tech Office of Financial Aid.
The scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring terms as funds are available and may be renewable if the recipient remains in good academic standing for the duration of the scholarship.


Ann Roha Non-Traditional Engineering Student Scholarship Endowment

Ann Franzen-Roha long-time employee and her family established this endowed account.  Ann is the Director of Financial Aid at Ivy Tech Community College Richmond, and has demonstrated a passion for helping students throughout her career. During the more than three decades she has led Financial Aid services she has helped countless students to achieve the dream of college education. Moving to financial aid in 1978 when 30 students were being served to 2013 with more than 2,500 students receiving federal, state and institutional financial aid at Ivy Tech Richmond, Ann has consistently worked to help each student achieve their goals.  As a graduate of Purdue University, Ann understands the importance of students pursuing non-traditional degrees and has established this endowed scholarship as an incentive for non-traditional or underserved students to pursue engineering as a career.
 
Scholarship Criteria:
 
  1. The funds are for non-traditional or underserved students from the Richmond campus who are admitted/enrolled in the Engineering Technology Program.
  2. The recipient of the scholarship must have a grade point average of a minimum of 3.00.
  3. The recipient must complete the FAFSA and demonstrate financial need.
  4. The student will be required to complete the on-line NextGen scholarship application.
  5. The NextGen scholarship committee will select the recipient based upon these guidelines.





Ann Y. & Jennings D. Carter Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Ann Y. & Jennings D. Carter scholarship must be enrolled at the Evansville Campus (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5, have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. Applicants must plan on continuing their education and earn a degree from the University of Southern Indiana. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.




Annie and Lee Marchant-Kay Leach Endowed Scholarship

The Annie and Lee Marchant-Kay Leach Endowed Scholarship was established by Annie and Lee Marchant in honor of Kay Leach to provide assistance to students enrolled in the Lee J. Marchant School of Nursing at Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington. This scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring and summer semesters.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must be enrolled in the Lee J. Marchant School of Nursing at Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington;
  • Student must remain in good standing at the Ivy Tech-Bloomington campus for the duration of the scholarship.
The scholarship is available to all students, including recipients from previous years who meet the established criteria.


ASA Book Scholarship

The ASA Book scholarship was established to help Academic Skills Advancement Students with financial need to purchase books. This scholarship is available in the fall, spring and summer semesters. Additional awards can be made available on an emergency basis.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Recipients(s) must be enrolled in at least one Academic Skills Advancement course; and
  • Emergency funds can be made available.



Associate Professor Sandy Moore Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in memory of Associate Professor Sandy Moore to assist students in achieving their academic goals.  It is for current students enrolled at the Ivy Tech Northwest campuses in Valparaiso or Michigan City in the Business Administration program.  Students must have completed 15 credit hours and have a 2.75 GPA or higher.  Preference will be given to single parents with children.  Award is only for tuition, books or other expenses related directly to academic success.


Athena Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Athena Scholarship Award must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Must be a full time female student earning a degree from the School of Business (Accounting, Business Administration, Computer Information Systems/Technology and/or Office Administration), entering her senior year, with 3.0 GPA or above for the two preceding semesters, must have a 3.0 GPA or above in all communication-related course work, and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech.

Applicant must submit a 500-word essay which explains how she has demonstrated actively supporting other females students through encouraging, helpful words and actions; demonstrated excellence, creativity, and initiative in academics, while fulfilling responsibilities in student associations, clubs, and other activities; provided valuable service by contributing time and energy to improve the quality of life for others in her school and community; and served as a positive role model for others by demonstrating sincerity, respect, integrity, and propriety in what she says and does.

Applicant must submit one letter from a professor who can attest to her academic commitment and one letter from an individual who can attest to her ability to serve as a positive role model for others. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs. Must attend community Athena Award event.




Atlas World Group, Inc. Scholarship

Applicants of the Atlas World Group, Inc. scholarship must be enrolled at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Student must be earning a degree from the School of Business (Accounting, Business Administration, Computer Information Systems/Technology and/or Office Administration). Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.




Bane-Welker Agriculture Scholarship

This scholarship was established by the Phil Bane family to support the Ivy Tech Lafayette agriculture program. To qualify for this scholarship, students must be enrolled in the Agriculture Program with a minimum GPA of 2.5. Funds can be used for tuition, books or fees.


Banterra Bank Scholarship

Applicants of the Banterra Bank Scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Tell City, Princeton) and be enrolled in School of Business. Students must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Full or part-time students pursuing a business degree (Accounting, Business Administration, Entrepreneurship, Business Operational Applications Technology, Supply Chain Management/Logistics). Student must have have a 2.5 GPA and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs only.  Selection to be determined by Ivy Tech Community College Scholarship committee.  



Barbara J. Hilton Nursing Scholarship

Scholarship created by Frank L. Hilton. Funds contributed to the Barbara J. Hilton Nursing Scholarship will be used to provide one Associate in Science of Nursing student a scholarship to underwrite the cost of tuition, fees, and book costs. If there are funds available after these costs have been met, the balance may be applied to support one or more additional nursing students. Applicants of the Barbara J. Hilton Nursing Scholarship must be degree seeking at Ivy Tech Community College - Evansville Campus (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs. Students need not be continuously enrolled. Selection to be determined by the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship committee. Should the recipient continue to meet the criteria, the scholarship may be renewed.


Barbara J. Hilton, R.N. School of Nursing Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the School of Nursing scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students pursuing a nursing degree (Associate of Science or Practical Nursing); must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and 12 hours program completion; and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs. Consideration given for professional and community service and/or exceptional personal circumstances.




Belden Endowed Scholarship - Richmond

The purpose of this scholarship is to recognize the importance of educating the workforce. Belden Inc. has established this scholarship fund for Richmond/Connersville students as a personal legacy to their commitment to the employee family of Belden, the community and Ivy Tech.
 
  • Admitted to Richmond campus 
  • Pursing certificate or degree
  • GPA 2.00 or greater
  • Preference will be given to current employees, retirees and children/grandchildren of current employees and retirees of Belden.
  • Amount of scholarship not to exceed total cost of tuition, books and fees for each term
  • Refundable



Benjamin F. Young School of Liberal Arts & Science Minority Scholarship - Richmond

The Dr. Benjamin F. Young School of Liberal Arts and Science Minority Scholarship was created to honor Dr. Young, a Richmond native, upon his retirement in 2015, as the College’s Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. As part of the overall “Changing Lives….Making Our Communities Great” campaign, two employees made a commitment to endow this account.
 
This scholarship was established to encourage minority students, or members of those populations underrepresented in higher education, to enroll and to complete their degree at Ivy Tech Community College Richmond. Applicants must be a resident of the Richmond service area and enrolled in the School of Arts, Sciences and Education, (Early Childhood, Education, Liberal Arts),  achieved a 2.5 GPA in previous coursework in high school or in college, a first generation college student and able to demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to minority students or members of those populations underrepresented in higher education.
 




Berkebile

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Anderson campus
-Graduate of Anderson High, Highland High, or Madison Heights High Schools
-Essay Required

Priority consideration will be given to students with a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA.




Bill Goins Minority Student Scholarship

This scholarship was created in memory of Bill Goins, past State Trustee for Ivy Tech Community College and Ivy Tech Foundation Board of Director for the Richmond campus. Students receiving this scholarship must be pursuing a certification at the Richmond campus and come from the minority student population.

Memorial contributions received in memory of Ivy Tech Foundation board member Bill Goins. Scholarships are for tuition and books and must benefit minority students from the Richmond campus.

Tuition/Books Only-Not refundable

Hard Req. Must be pursuing certificate or degree-cannot be courses only
Must be a minority student

$250 Fall/$250 Spring $500 Annual for 2020/21
1 Recipient


 




Biology Scholarship

The Biology Scholarship was established by Ivy Tech faculty member Sarah Cote to provide financial support to Ivy Tech Bloomington students pursuing associates degrees in biology. Funds for the scholarship will be awarded each fall and spring term. 

Eligibility Criteria:

• Must be pursuing an Associate of Science in Biology at the Bloomington campus of Ivy Tech Community College


BloomBank Scholarship

The BloomBank scholarship was established by the Bloomfield State Bank to assist a Greene county resident who is pursuing a degree at Ivy Tech Bloomington. This scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring semesters to one student as long as he/she remains in good standing at Ivy Tech Bloomington.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0;
  • Student must have completed six (6) credit hours;
  • Student must be pursuing an AS or AAS degree at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus; and
  • Student must be a resident of Greene County.



Bloomington - Lighthouse Scholarship

This scholarship fund was created in memory of Gene Placek and Nancy Jeffries by their eldest daughter to ease the financial burden for Ivy Tech Community College students obtaining an education who face adversity resulting from the loss of one or both parents or legal guardians.
To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must have one or both parents or legal guardians who are deceased;
  • Students must be enrolled in a degree program and intend to transfer to a four-year Indiana institution;
  • Students must demonstrate acceptable academic progress at Ivy Tech or their high school, whichever is most recent;
  • Students must have a minimum GPA of 3.0; and,
  • Students must complete Lighthouse Essay question explaining how the loss of one or both parents or legal guardians impacted their educational goals.

Students receiving Pell Awards that comprise 100% of their tuition or whose employers or other agencies pay full tuition are not eligible. Scholarships may be used for tuition and fees only.




Bloomington Board of REALTORS® Scholarship

This scholarship was established by the Bloomington Board of REALTORS® to assist students pursuing an AS or AAS at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus. The scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring semesters to two students as long as they remain in good standing.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0. 3; and
  • Student must be pursuing an AS or AAS degree at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus.



Bloomington Friend of Ivy Tech Endowed Scholarships in Healthcare

The Bloomington Friend of Ivy Tech Endowed Scholarships in Healthcare were established by a Bloomington Friend of Ivy Tech to create a lasting legacy in support of students studying healthcare professions at the Bloomington campus of Ivy Tech. Funds for the scholarship will be divided evenly between four scholarships annually.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Eligibility Criteria:
  1. Eligible students shall be enrolled in one of the following healthcare degree programs at the Bloomington campus of Ivy Tech Community College: Nursing, Radiation Therapy, Respiratory Therapy, Paramedic Science, or Optometric Technology;
  2. Students receiving scholarships shall be citizens of the United States and reside within the service area of the Bloomington campus of Ivy Tech;
  3. As the scholarships will be awarded based on financial need rather than evidence of academic excellence, eligible students will maintain a current FAFSA on file with the office of financial aid;
  4. Each recipient shall also write a note of thanks to donor and include a brief autobiography of him or herself.



Bloomington Rotary Club Scholarship

The Bloomington Rotary Club was established in 1918 and is part of a global network of 34,000 clubs with 1.2 million members. Rotary International is a service organization of business and professional leaders united in humanitarian service, encouragement of high ethical standards in all vocations and help build goodwill and peace in the world. To learn more about the Bloomington Rotary Club, visit www.bloomingtonrotary.org.
 
If awarded this scholarship the student agrees to:
  • Complete their course work for the entire semester, or be responsible for repayment of the scholarship; and
  • Give the Bloomington Rotary Club and Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington permission to use their essay and/or letter of recommendation in promotional material and understand that those items submitted become property of the Bloomington Rotary Club and/or Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington.
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0;
  • Student must be enrolled as a full-time student at Ivy Tech Bloomington;
  • Student must have a current FAFSA on file with the Office of Financial Aid;
  • Student must have completed at least 12 credit hours in their chosen academic program;
  • Student must complete a 750 word essay addressing career aspirations, graduation plans and personal involvement in civic engagement activities;
  • Student must obtain a letter of recommendation from a faculty member in their chosen academic program; and
  • Student must attend a designated Bloomington Rotary Club luncheon if awarded this scholarship (the club meets each Tuesday at noon at the Indiana Memorial Union in Bloomington).
 
 


Bloomington Scholarship

This scholarship was created by generous and continual donations by the faculty and staff of the Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington campus to assist students who have demonstrated financial need to continue their education. The scholarship is awarded in the fall, spring and summer semesters.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

 

  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file; and
  • Student must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours at Ivy Tech Bloomington.



Bogetto-Bush Memorial Endowed Scholarship

The Bogetto-Bush Memorial Endowed Scholarship was established by the families of Christina Krapesh Bogetto and Louise Stewart Bush to provide scholarship support to Ivy Tech students pursuing the study of culinary arts. Funds for the scholarship will be awarded annually to one student in the spring term.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Eligibility Criteria:
  1. Financial need must be demonstrated by having a FAFSA on file;
  2. Must be enrolled full-time in the Associate of Applied Science in Hospitality degree program at Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington;
  3. Must have successfully completed their first semester of program study;
If a scholarship recipient in culinary arts is not available then then one pursuing a degree in the field of education could be considered.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           


Bonnie Taylor Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship has been made possible through generous donations made to the Ivy Tech Community College Foundation in memory of Bonnie Taylor.  Bonnie was an extraordinary individual who worked as a school secretary/treasurer at Knox High School in Indiana for 28 years.  She had a way of making people feel good about themselves, about their school and education, and about life. 
 
The scholarship award will not exceed the cost of the recipient’s tuition and books for the first semester at Ivy Tech Community College.
 
To be eligible for this award:
  • Students must be entering their first semester at Ivy Tech Community College; and
  • Students must be pursuing a one-year technical certificate (TC) or two-year associate degree.
Preference will be given to candidates with financial need, who are female with athletic extracurricular activities, and/or students from Knox High School in Indiana.


Bower-Suhrheinrich Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Bower-Suhrheinrich scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs. Selection to be determined by Ivy Tech Community College scholarship committee.




Business Division Scholarship - Richmond

Applicants must be enrolled in a program in the School of Business and have a minimum 2.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. Full and part-time students may apply; high school graduates from the Richmond campus service area are preferred. In the situation of two equally qualified students, preference will be given to the student who is not receiving other grants, College, or Foundation Scholarships. Scholarship funds may be used for tuition, fees, books, supplies or equipment required for a students participation in a course.

  • Students must be admitted to the Richmond/Connersville Campus
  • Students must be in a Business Administration program
  • Student must have a GPA of 2.500 or higher





Campus Pride Scholarship

The Campus Pride scholarship is available to all students of Ivy Tech Bloomington, including recipients from previous years who meet the established criteria; preference will be given to students active in the Campus Pride student organization. This scholarship is available for the spring semester.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Student must be a student at Ivy Tech Bloomington;
  • Student must have a minimum GPA of at least 2.5; may use high school GPA if applying as an incoming student;
  • Student must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours through the Bloomington campus of Ivy Tech Community College; and
  • Preference will be given to students active in the Campus Pride student organization.



Captain Henry Vanderburgh Chapter of the National Daughters of the American Revolution Scholarship

Applicants of the Captain Henry Vanderburgh Chapter of the National Daughters of the American Revolution scholarship must be enrolled at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Student must be majoring in Environmental Design. Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs. Renewable for year and subject to availability of funds.




Carol Reimers Nursing Scholarship

The Carol Reimers Nursing Scholarship is established by the donor to support students pursuing nursing credentials at the Bloomington campus of Ivy Tech Community College. The donor makes this gift in acknowledgement of similar support she received while attending nursing school in Davenport, Iowa, and as a means to remove financial barriers that might prevent students from persisting in coursework or completing their education.

Eligible candidates must meet the following criteria:
 
  • Be enrolled full-time in the Lee J. Marchant School of Nursing at the Bloomington campus of Ivy Tech Community College;
  • Be in academic good standing.



Cavanah Crowell Scholarship

The Cavanah Crowell Scholarhip will support (1) student who is degree seeking and enrolled in the nursing program at Ivy Tech Evansville. The student recipient must have a minimum of a 3.0 GPA. The student recipient must demonstrate financial need (a FAFSA is not required).




Central Indiana - Greencastle Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded to students enrolled at the Greencastle Campus.

To be eligible for the award:

  • Students must be enrolled in a minimum of six credit hours at the Greencastle Campus
  • Students must have a minimum 2.0 GPA



Central Indiana - Mary Ann Lewis Memorial Scholarship

Mary Ann Lewis served as the chair of the associate degree nursing program and also as an senior instructor at Ivy Tech until 1992.  Faith, education, and nursing were her passions.  Ms. Lewis impacted many lives by encouraging students to pursue higher education and helping them to achieve it.
 
Elgibility requirements:
  1. ​Student pursuing a nursing degree at either the Indianapolis campus or the Columbus Campus
  2. Student should be full time and degree seeking
  3. Student should maintian a 2.75 GPA mimimum
​Preferences:
  1. ​​Preference will be given to an LPN or CNA
  2. Preference will be given to a Shelby or Decatur County Resident



Central Indiana - PK U.S.A., Inc. Memorial Scholarship

The PK U.S.A., Inc. Memorial Scholarship is created in memory of PK U.S.A., Inc. employees who are no longer with us.  The memorial scholarship is intended to support and encourage Ivy Tech students who either are children or grandchildren of PK U.S.A., Inc. employees by supplementing other sources of financial aid.

To be eligible:
-Students must be children or grandchildren of full-time  PK U.S.A., Inc. employees who have been employed with PK U.S.A. for longer than one year.  Employment status will be verified. 
-Students must be high school graduates with a minimum 2.0 GPA
-Students must participate in a small group panel interview as part of the selection process
-Students must maintain a 2.0 GPA to continue receiving the PK U.S.A., Inc. Memorial Scholarship


 


Central Indiana - Sandy DeMichieli Nursing Endowed Scholarship

The scholarship is established to provide new, first, or second year students with paid tuition to assist in completing the two year program in either the Nursing (A.S.N.) or Practical Nursing programs.

Students must meet the following requirements:
  • ​Must be pursuing a Technical Certificate in Practical Nursing or Associate of Science degree in Nursing
  • Must demonstrate financial need
  • Must reside in Franklin, IN
  • Must maintain a least a 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale
​Preference to prior recipients.


Central Indiana (Franklin) - Indy South General Scholarship

This scholarship is for students who attend Ivy Tech classes in Johnson, Morgan or Shelby county. This includes the Franklin Campus, Mooresville site, Shelbyville site, Center Grove High School and Indian Creek Learning Center.

To be eligible:

-Students must be taking Ivy Tech classes in Johnson, Morgan or Shelby county
-Students must maintain 2.0 GPA or greater
-Students must not be receiving state or federal aid


Ceres Solutions Agriculture Scholarship

Ceres Solutions Agriculture Scholarship will be awarded to a Lafayette campus student who is pursuing a degree in Agriculture. To qualify you must have a GPA of 2.5, be enrolled in 6 or more credit hours, and be a resident of Benton, Clay, Fountain, Jasper, Knox, Montgomery, Newton, Sullivan, Tippecanoe, Vermillian, Vigo, or Warren County. Funds may be used for tuition, books or fees.


Chad E Craig Scholarship

The late Chad Craig was a college graduate who broke a number of cross country records during his middle and high school years. He succumbed to complications from cystic fibrosis at age 37 in 2009. This scholarship is named in his honor and can be used for tuition, fees, books, supplies, or other living expenses. It is awarded each spring.
 
To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must have a 3.0 GPA or higher;
  • Students must be enrolled in their second year of study in the Respiratory Care program;
  • Students must submit a one-page essay on cystic fibrosis; and
  • Students must demonstrate a financial need.

 




Chamberlain, Dwight R. Scholarship

Dwight R. Chamberlain was an avid champion of wildlife conservation. Having earned a Bachelors Degree in Biology, a Masters in Wildlife Management, and having attended the Doctoral Program at the University of Maryland with a major in Zoology, he demonstrated a vast and diverse appreciation of the outdoors and related subjects. A charitable man, Dwight R. Chamberlain sought to provide scholarships to Ivy Tech Community College students not just in the present but also for future generations. His wife, Marilyn, states, His passion for philanthropy was just as great as his passion for wildlife.

To be eligible for this scholarship, students must:

  • Earn a cumulative GPA greater than or equal to 3.0 or a High School GPA greater or equal to 3.0
  • Must attend the Madison campus
  • Must be a resident of Scott County, Indiana
AWARD: Amount varies USE: Tuition, fees, books, supplies SEMESTER: Fall or Spring


Chamberlain, Dwight R. Scholarship-Endowed

Dwight R. Chamberlain was an avid champion of wildlife conservation. Having earned a Bachelors Degree in Biology, a Masters in Wildlife Management, and having attended the Doctoral Program at the University of Maryland with a major in Zoology, he demonstrated a vast and diverse appreciation of the outdoors and related subjects. A charitable man, Dwight R. Chamberlain sought to provide scholarships to Ivy Tech Community College students not just in the present but also for future generations. His wife, Marilyn, states, His passion for philanthropy was just as great as his passion for wildlife.

To be eligible for this scholarship, students must:

  • Earn a cumulative GPA greater than or equal to 3.0 or a High School GPA greater or equal to 3.0
  • Must attend the Madison campus
  • Must be a resident of Scott County, Indiana
AWARD: Amount varies USE: Tuition, fees, books, supplies SEMESTER: Fall or Spring


Chancellor's Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Chancellor's scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs. On-going awards based on students having GPA of 2.75 and availability of funds.




Chancellor's Scholarship Fund

The Chancellor's Scholarship Fund is for a South Bend/Elkhart Service Area student to be used for tuition, books, fees, supplies, transportation, or any other need pertaining to their education at Ivy Tech.  


Chancellors' Scholarship-Ivy Tech-Northwest

This scholarship is funded by attendees, sponsors and donors of the Chancellor's Annual Scholarship Dinner to support students’ educational advancement.  Students must have a GPA of 3.75 or higher, have declared a major, be degree seeking and have successfully completed 30 credit hours or more in a degree program. They must have completed a current FAFSA, be enrolled in the current semester, and attend either full or part time.  Students must complete the General Scholarship Essay and submit a letter of recommendation from at least one Faculty member or an advisor.  Student must attend classes at any Ivy Tech Northwest campus (Lake County, Michigan City or Valparaiso campuses), reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties) and be a US citizen or permanent resident.
 


Charles E. Schell Foundation

The Charles E. Schell Foundation Loan program was established to provide educational assistance loans. The loans shall be without interest and without security and be awarded to qualified students to aid them in securing a practical education that, if not for said loans, would not be otherwise attainable.  Students must have a GPA of 2.0 or higher, be between the ages of 18-25 and attend classes at any Ivy Tech Northwest campus (Lake County, Michigan City or Valparaiso campuses).


Chase Bank Early Childhood Education

Criteria: degree or certificate seeking student in the Early Childhood Education program; program ready; GPA minimum of 2.0


CHD

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Muncie or New Castle campus
-Have a childcare need for children 12 and under
-CHD funds are for students with child care needs. 

Priority consideration will be given to students with a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA.




Cheryl Walker Nursing Scholarship

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Muncie/Henry Co. campus'
-Enrolled in the School of Nursing
-Essay Required




Children of Alumni Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded to students whose parents or grandparents graduated from Ivy Tech Northeast. The competitive award is based on academic excellence, community involvement, civic leadership, and financial need for new or returning students. The scholarship is applied to tuition and fees and any leftover funds will be given to the student for living expenses.
 
To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must be the son, daughter, grandson, or granddaughter of an Ivy Tech Northeast graduate. (A graduate is defined as someone who received a Technical Certificate, Associate of Science, Associate of Arts, or Associate of Applied Science degree from Ivy Tech Northeast);
  • Students must have attended Ivy Tech Northeast during the previous academic year;
  • Students must submit an essay regarding civic leadership and community involvement no later than August 1; and
  • Students must provide Ivy Tech Northeast graduation confirmation regarding a parent or grandparent.



Christine Maassel Scholarship

Mark Maassel established this fund on Christmas morning of 2002 in honor of the years his wife, Christine, taught secretarial skills at Ivy Tech.  This scholarship is to assist students to achieve their academic goals. Students must be degree seeking in the School of Business and have completed a current FAFSA.  Students must attend the Ivy Tech Northwest Lake County or Valparaiso campus and reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties).  
 




Chuck Person Minority

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
-First time Ivy Tech student
-Attend the Anderson campus
-African American, preferably male; females may be considered if no male applicant is available
-Displaced worker or non-traditional student. 
-Essay Required

Priority consideration will be given to students with a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA.




Cindy J Hall Endowed Scholarship


Committed to helping others achieve their dream for a better future, this scholarship was established by long time employee Cindy J. Hall to assist students who are enrolled at the Valparaiso campus who have complete 48 or more hours in an Associate Degree Program.

To be eligible for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria: be a US citizen the Valparaiso campus; be enrolled full-or part-time in any Associate Degree program earned a cumulative GPA of 3.75 or greater; do not currently receive a Pell Grant and/or are not a Senior Scholar (educational costs are being funded through personal funds, loans and/or other scholarships); be in Good Academic Standing per Standards of Academic Progress.


Clark County REMC Scholarship

Be a member of Clark County REMC at the time of the award; or Reside in the home of a parent or legal guardian who is a Clark County REMC member and receives electric service from the Clark County REMC. The student must have a 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. The Clark County REMC Scholarship is also open to the immediate family of any REMC employee or director who is a REMC member. Scholarship is non-renewable and can be received only once during a student's college career.


Clark Shearer Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was created in memory of former Wabash Campus employee, Clark Shearer who passed away in 2009.  Clark's passion was helping Ivy Tech students. This scholarship is a $500 award.


Eligibility criteria:
  • Must be a resident of Wabash County
  • Must be enrolled at the Wabash Campus
  • Must complete FAFSA
  • Must submit a general essay
  • Must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application

Scholarship can be used for tuition, books, and fees.


Clell Douglass Scholarship

To be eligible for this award students must  meet the following criteria:

  • Attend the Muncie campus
  • Enrolled in a healthcare certification program in one of the following majors:
  • Health Care Support-Medical Assisting-Paramedic Science
  • Respiratory Care

OR

Be enrolled in a trade program in one of the following majors:
  • Automotive Technology-Aviation Maintenance Technology
  • Building Construction Management-Construction Technology
  • HVAC-Machine Tool Technology

Priority consideration will be given to students with a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA.




Clella Garrison Hanes Scholarship - Richmond

This endowed scholarship for women over 24 years of age, was established in Clella Garrison Hanes memory by Ann and Hal Hanes. Displaced housewives who receive training to return to the workplace are the target for this scholarship.






Clinton County Farm Bureau Agriculture Scholarship

This agriculture scholarship was established by Clinton County Farm Bureau. To qualify you must be a resident of Clinton County in the agriculture program,  have a GPA of 2.5 or higher, and also be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours. Funds may be used for tuition, books or fees.


Co-Alliance Agriculture Scholarship

The Co-Alliance Agriculture Scholarship will be awarded to a student pursuing a degree in Agriculture. Students must have a GPA of 2.5 or higher. Students who successfully complete the first year of the program would be given preference to receive the scholarship the following year should it be available. Funds can be used for tuition, books or fees.


Columbus Development Council Endowed Scholarship

This endowed scholarship was established by the Regional Development Council to support Ivy Tech students in their pursuit of higher education and improved job skills. Amount:  Up to $600; Home campus = Columbus; Must have FAFSA on file; This scholarship will be used first to cover tuition and fees. The scholarship may also be applied to other college related expenses such as books, required materials, transportation & childcare.




Columbus Rotary Scholarship

This scholarship has been established by the Columbus Rotary Club to encourage Ivy Tech students to continue the pursuit of training to obtain new marketable skills or upgrade their existing skills. *Amount: $250; Must be a resident of Bartholomew County; Must be seeking a Technical Certificate or an Associate Degree; Must have GPA of 2.5 or better; Scholarship will be used to cover tuition, fees, other college-related expenses, or child care. Home campus , Columbus.


Columbus Sunrise Rotary Club/Thor Bogren Memorial Scholarship

Est. in memory of charter member & past pres., Dr.Thor Bogren, Jr. who exemplified the spirit of service above self. Barth. Cnty High Sch. Sr. currently enrolled in C4 Prgm. OR current stu. at ITCC; tuition, bks & fees only; home campus, Columbus


Commercial Service of Bloomington, Inc. Scholarship

The Commercial Service of Bloomington, Inc. Scholarship was established by Commercial Service of Bloomington, Inc. to assist a student who is pursuing an AS or AAS degree at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus that will lead to employment in the field of heating and air conditioning. This scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring semesters to one student as long as he/she remains in good standing.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must have a minimum cumulative GPA of at least 3.0;
  • Student must remain in good standing at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus for the duration of the scholarship; and
  • Student must be pursuing a degree in the field of Heating and Cooling.



Community Education Coalition Scholarship

Established by The Columbus Learning Center & the Community Education Coalition to provide financial assistance to students. *Amount: $500; Must have completed 12 credit hours in program of choice; GPA 2.0; FASFA on file; Home campus, Columbus; If tuition, fees, class material and books are covered through other types of assistance, the scholarship may then be used for transportation & childcare expenses.


Community Foundation of Southern Indiana Adult Scholarship Program

The Community Foundation Scholarship for Adult Learners is made possible with support from Education Matters Southern Indiana.

To be eligible for this award, the applicant must:
(1) be a resident of Clark or Floyd County in Indiana;
(2) be age 25 or older as of the date of the application;
(3)be on track for degree completion and in good academic standing with the Ivy Tech Sellersburg;
(4) make timely application for an award if deadlines are applicable; and,
(5) demonstrate financial need in a manner specificed by Ivy Tech.



 


Community Foundation of St. Joseph County Ivy Tech Scholarship

Provided by the Community Foundation of St. Joseph County. This scholarship is intended to provide educational scholarships to students enrolled at the South Bend Campus.


Completion Incentive Scholarship Richmond

Incentive scholarship to encourage students who have earned 30 program level credits to return to Ivy Tech Richmond to complete an associate degree.




Construction Scholarship - Richmond

Applicants must be enrolled in a construction-related program and have a minimum 2.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. Full and part-time students may apply; high school graduates from the Richmond campus service area are preferred. In the situation of two equally qualified students, preference will be given to the student who is not receiving other grants, College or Foundation Scholarships.

  • Student must be admitted to the Richmond/Connersville campus service area
  • Student must be admitted to the Construction-related program
  • Student must have a GPA of 2.500 or higher
  • Graduates from Region 9 service area preferred





Construction Technology Scholarship

Student seeking an Associate of Applied Science in Building Construction Technology


Continuity of Care

This scholarship was established by the Continuity of Care Association, Northwest Indiana Chapter.  This scholarship is to assist students in healthcare-related fields of study to achieve academic success. Students must have a GPA of 3.25 or higher and successfully completed 30 credit hours or more in a degree program.  Students may be registered for any program within Health Science in the Ivy Tech Northwest region, have a  completed FAFSA on file, and reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties).  Students can attend part-time or full-time and must complete the General Scholarship Essay. Scholarship awards may only be used for tuition, books, supplies, labs or other related classroom/educational expenses.
 


Contreras-Vazquez Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established by Imelda Vazques and Jose Contreras to honor the memories of their fathers. Amount: Up to $750; High school graduate; Must have completed 12 program hours in program of their choice; GPA 2.0; Home campus = Columbus; Scholarship may be used for tuition books, fees, transportation and childcare expenses


Conway Family Scholarship Fund

Applicants of the Conway Family Scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Tell City, Princeton) and been enrolled at the college for at least one semester. Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must be pursuing a health science degree, have a minimum GPA of 2.5, have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech, and submit an essay addressing the following: "How I will use my degree to improve my community." The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs only.




Coquillard Family

Provided by the Coquillard Family. Managed and distributed by the Community Foundation of St. Joseph County. The Community Foundation of St. Joseph County is a charitable endowment that improves the quality of life for the citizens of St. Joseph County and their succeeding generations.

Selection Criteria Selection will be made by the Ivy Tech Community College Financial Aid Office based on the following criteria:
1. Student must be a resident of St. Joseph County, Indiana as determined by student’s residence zip code of record.
2. Student must be enrolled in a South Bend-Elkhart degree or certificate program at Ivy Tech Community College;
3. Student may be full-time (12 or more credit hours) or part-time (minimum of 6 credit hours).


Craig Clifton Academic Success Scholarship

This scholarship was established by the Ivy Tech Community College Black Student Union in memory of Craig Clifton, an advisor for the Lafayette campus for 15 years. He made a big impact during his time at Ivy Tech, both with students and colleagues. This scholarship is for African American males, to encourage them to attend and graduate from college. To qualify for the scholarship, you must be an African American male student with a minimum GPA of 2.0. Funds may be used for tuition, books or fees.


Craig Porter Energy Technology Scholarship

This scholarship is named in memory of Craig Porter, Wind Energy chair for the Lafayette campus. Craig cared deeply about the environment and devoted his professional life to an industry based on good stewardship. He shared his passion while teaching and mentoring his students. To qualify for this scholarship students must be enrolled in Ivy Tech Lafayette's Energy Technology Program, have a minimum 2.0 GPA, and enrolled in a minimum 6 credit hours. Funds may be used towards tuition, books or fees.




Craven, Betty Memorial Scholarship

The family of Betty Craven and Ivy Tech Community College employees established this scholarship in memory of Betty Craven, a staff member of the Lawrenceburg Campus. Her dedication and caring attitude in the Office of Student Affairs helped many students find success.

To be eligible for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Attend Lawrenceburg Campus.
  • Enroll in at least 6 credits.
  • Earn a cumulative 3.0 GPA or greater.
  • Earned at least 30 credits toward first AAS, AS, or AA degree.
  • Note: Financial need is not a factor in the selection process.
Amount varies depending on available funds. Can be used for tuition, fees, and books for two semesters, fall and spring.


Crescent-Cresline-Wabash Plastics Foundation Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Crescent-Cresline-Wabash Plastics Foundation scholarship must be enrolled at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Tell City, Princeton). Students must be enrolled in the School of Technology (Advanced Manufacturing, Automotive Technology, Building Construction Management, Design Technology, Electronics, HVAC, and/or Industrial Technology), have a minimum GPA of 2.5, and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.




Cripliver-Lisarelli Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established by Dr. April Miller Cripliver and Lynn E. Lisarelli to encourage non-traditional students to achieve academic success. To be eligible for this award students must be non-traditional, current students, and enrolled in any program within the School of Computing and Informatics at any Ivy Tech campus within the State of Indiana.  Preference will be given to those eligible students from Ivy Tech Northwest. Eligible students must have successfully completed 12 credit hours within the AAS (Associate of Applied Science) or AS (Associate of Science) plans of study, with a total accumulated GPA of 3.75 or higher. Scholarship awards may only be used at Ivy Tech Community College for education-related expenses such as tuition, books, supplies, and fees that are directly related to the cost of attendance at any Ivy Tech within the state of Indiana.


Critical Care Seminar Endowed Scholarship

 
This scholarship is open to all nursing and health sciences students; however, preference will be given to respiratory care and Associate of Science in Nursing majors. Additional preference is given to students who do not qualify for Pell Grants or other forms of government financial aid. The funding may be used to cover tuition, fees, required materials, and/or equipment.
 
To be eligible for this award:
  • Students must have a 3.0 GPA or higher;
  • Students must be enrolled in their second year of study;
  • Students must submit a 200–300-word essay addressing the contribution the student plans to make to critical-care medicine; and
  • Students must obtain a written recommendation from a nursing or health sciences faculty member or a health care provider in a supervisory role.



Cruise-In Scholarship

Applicants of the Cruise-In Scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Tell City, Princeton) and been enrolled in the Automotive Technology Program. Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Student must have completed 24 credit hours, have a 3.0 GPA, have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech, and submit an essay addressing the following: "Why I like the Automotive Industry." The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs only.  Selection to be determined by Ivy Tech Community College Scholarship committee.



Culinary Arts Scholarship

This scholarship is for students selected to participate in the culinary trip to Europe each spring. Students are selected based on hospitality administration faculty recommendations.
 
To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must be enrolled in the Hospitality Administration program.



Custer Foundation Scholarship

Scholarship established in memory of Clarence E. & Inez R. Custer to assist students whose financial needs cannot be met through traditional source of financial aid. Amount: up to $600; AS, TC degree; Completed 12 credit hours of program; Minimum GPA 2.5; Home campus = Columbus; Scholarship will be used first to cover tuition and fees. May also be applied to books, required, materials, transportation & childcare.  Preference given to Nursing students.




Daetsch-Miller Scholarship

Scholarship established as a tribute to donor's parents & grandparents who valued education. This scholarship assists students whose financial needs cannot be met through traditional sources of financial aid. Amount: $500; Home campus = Columbus AS, TC Degree declared student; Must have completed 12 program hours of coursework; Minimun GPA 2.5; Scholarship will be used first to cover fees, unless another source of financial aid is designated for this purpose, and the balance due will be made available to the scholarship recipient




Darnell/Apt Association

To Be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Muncie campus and live in Delaware Co.

-Tuition only
-Essay Required




David and Susan Findlay Scholarship

The David and Susan Findlay Scholarship Fund is established to provide financial support (in the form of scholarships, books, and academic fees) to Kosciusko County residents to further their education at Ivy Tech-Warsaw and to support efforts of traditional (i.e., 18-24 year olds), ethnic minority students with a GPA of 2.0 or higher. Priority will be given to candidates who demonstrate a financial need.


David W. Ritenour Scholarship

This scholarship was established in memory of David Ritenour, former faculty member who believed Ivy Tech offers a quality education at a reasonable price. Qualifying students must be in the Agriculture Program, have a minimum 2.0 GPA, taking a minimum of 6 credit hours.  Funds may be used for tuition, books or fees.
 




Davis, Courtland and Mildred Memorial Scholarship

This scholarhsip was originally established by Mrs. Davis in memory of her husband, a long-time faculty member at Ivy Tech Community College. Upon her death in 2006, their children chose to continue it as an ongoing memorial to their parents.
To be eligible for this scholarship, students must meet the following requirements:

  • Pursuing a degree in Industrial Technology or Design Technology or majoring in Math or Liberal Arts
  • Enrolled at the Madison Campus, full- or part-time.
  • Display financial need by filing a current year FAFSA.
  • Demonstrate academic success by earning a High School or College GPA of 3.0 or greater.

Can be used for tuition, fees, and books for two semesters (Fall and Spring).  




Deaconess Medical Staff Nurse Scholarship

Applicants of the Deaconess Medical Staff Nursing scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must be Deaconess Medical Staff Nurses, have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.




Dearborn Community Foundation

The Dearborn Community Foundation Scholarship provides Ivy Tech Community College students of Dearborn County, Indiana with financial assistance for tuition, books, and/or fees if they demonstrate success.
 
To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Be a resident of Dearborn County, Indiana
  • Demonstrate academic success by earning a High School or College cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater.
  • Be enrolled full-or part-time in any degree program.
  • Attend a campus in the Lawrenceburg or Batesville Service Area.
  • Complete the Ivy Tech online scholarship application.
  • Priority consideration will be given to students who have submitted a current year FAFSA.



Dearborn County Scholarship

The Lilly Foundation, Inc. endowed the Dearborn County Scholarship in partnership with the UCB Charitable Foundation and the Dearborn Community to assist Dearborn County residents attending the Ivy Tech Community College Lawrenceburg and Batesville Service Areas.
 
To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • May choose any Degree program.
  • Demonstrate financial need and/or academic success by earning a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater.
  • Be a resident of Dearborn County, Indiana.
  • Be enrolled as a full- or part-time student.

AWARD: Varies. USE: Tuition, books or fees. SEMESTER: Fall and Spring.




Dekko Endowment Scholarship

To be eligible for this award:
  • Students must reside in one of the following northeast Indiana counties: Whitley, Noble, DeKalb, Steuben, or LaGrange; and
  • Students must be enrolled at least part time (6 credit hours).



Delta Dental Foundation Dental Hygiene Scholarship - South Bend/Elkhart

Two Delta Dental Foundation Scholarships in the amount of $1250 each is available each year to students who are enrolled in good standing in the dental hygiene program. Recipients must an IN resident.  Preference will be given to applicants who possess strong leadership qualities and ethical standards and are involved in community service.  Recipients will have a proven record of success in the dental hygiene program, demonstrate good clinical skills and patient interaction.  One scholarship will be awarded for the fall and one for the spring semester.  May be used ony toward dental hygiene school tuition, fees, textbooks, and instruments.  Not available to individuals receiving a full scholarship from another organization.


Dennis Gaddis

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Anderson, Marion, Muncie, or Henry Co. campus
- Enrolled in the School of Technology in one of the following majors:
-Advanced Manufacturing
-Automotive Technology
-Aviation Maintenance Technology
-Building Construction Management
-Construction Technology
-Design Technology
-Electronics & Computer Technology
-Energy Technology
-HVAC
-Industrial Technology
-Machine Tool Technology
-Manufacturing Production and Operations
 
Priority consideration will be given to students with a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA.




Dittman Family Charitable Trust Scholarship

This scholarship was established by the Dittman Family Charitable Trust to provide scholarship assistance to student success.  Student must submit an essay of up to one page to "explain your educational goals and what it would mean to receive this scholarship." 

Eligible students must be currently enrolled in any Ivy Tech Northwest program with preference given to Ivy Tech Valparaiso students.  Students must be a U.S. citizen, registered full or part time, with 30 credit hours completed within a plan of study, a GPA of 2.5 or higher, and demonstrating financial need that does not qualify for Pell Grants meaning that they would have to get a loan to pay for college themselves.

Students must complete the General Scholarship Essay. In your essay, please explain your educational goals and what it would mean to receive this scholarship.


Dolores DeWitt Browning & Charles Browning and Mark & Jennifer Browning Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of Dolores DeWitt Browning & Charles Browning and Mark & Jennifer Browning scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.




Don and Bobbie Perkins Scholarship

To qualify for the Don and Bobbie Perkins Scholarship, students must meet the following requirements:

  • Be enrolled in Industrial Technology at Ivy Tech Sellersburg;
  • Be either an incoming student or a current student;
  • Have financial need;
  • Complete a Free Application for Federal  Student Aid (FAFSA) must be completed;
  • Be a United States citizen or permanent resident; and,
  • Earn a minimum 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale.



Don and Susan Bell Endowed Scholarship

The Don and Susan Bell Scholarship is awarded to students attending the Muncie campus or that live in the city of Muncie attending another East Central Service Area campus that display financial need. Priority consideration will be given to students who complete the scholarship essay and also have a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA.




Don Wood 80/20 Foundation Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship is for students enrolled in the Technology Division. Preference is given to students who are Advanced Automation and Robotics Technology majors. Additional preference is given to students who do not qualify for Pell Grants or other forms of government financial aid.
 
To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must have a 3.0 GPA or higher;
  • Students must be enrolled in their second year of study;
  • Students must submit a 200–300-word essay addressing what the student understands about advanced manufacturing; and
  • Students need a written recommendation from a Technology Division faculty member or a manufacturing manager in a supervisory role.

 




Donald B. and Jean O. Korb Endowed Family Scholarship

The Donald B. and Jean O. Korb Endowed Family Scholarship was created to support students in nursing and students in liberal arts.


Donald L. Duell Memorial Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of Donald L. Duell Memorial scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Campus (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must be graduating seniors pursuing a degree in Automotive Technology, have a minimum GPA of 2.5, and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. Applicant must submit a 250-300 word essay which explains why they are planning a career in automotive repair and service. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs. Renewable with 3.0 GPA, 24 earned hours completed, and subject to availability of funds. Total awards will not exceed $1,000 per student.




Donna Reeves Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship honors the memory of Donna Reeves, a retired administrator of the nursing program at Ivy Tech Sellersburg.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Student must be admitted to the Nursing Associate of Science degree program at Ivy Tech Community College Sellersburg;
  • Student must have demonstrated financial need documented by completing the current year FAFSA;
  • Student must maintain a 2.5 grade point average.



Donna Reeves Scholarship

This scholarship honors the memory of Donna Reeves, a retired administrator of the nursing program at Ivy Tech Sellersburg.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Student must be admitted to the Nursing Associate of Science degree program at Ivy Tech Community College Sellersburg;
  • Student must have demonstrated financial need documented by completing the current year FAFSA;
  • Student must maintain a 2.5 grade point average.



Dorothy Thostesen Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Committed to helping others achieve their dream for a better future, this scholarship was established in Memory of Dorothy Thostesen by her son and daughter-in-law to assist students enrolled in any program and attending any of the Northwest locations, ie. East Chicago, Gary, Crown Point/Merrillville, Valparaiso, or Michigan City campuses.


Dorothy Thostesen Memorial Scholarship

Committed to helping others achieve their dream for a better future, this scholarship was established in Memory of Dorothy Thostesen by her son and daughter-in-law to assist students enrolled in any program and attending any of the Northwest locations, ie. East Chicago, Gary, Crown Point/Merrillville, Valparaiso, or Michigan City campuses.


Douglas E. Blankenship Scholarship for Photography

This endowed scholarship was established by Laurey Blankenship, a graduate of the Graphic Design Program, as a memorial to her late husband, Douglas E. Blankenship, a student with great talent in the Photography Program. Douglas Blankenship died of mesothelioma on Sept. 27, 2002 before being able to graduate. This scholarship is to assist photography students achieve the same dreams he had. *Amount: First Place: $750; Second Place, $500; Third Place, $250 ; AS Degree declared Photography student *Cumulative GPA of 2.5; Successfully completed 12 program hours in Photography program; Must present work before a jury in January ; Home campus = Columbus; Award is to be applied to student's tuition and fees. If fees are covered by another source, the award is given to thestudent to cover supplies & other expenses related to the program.


Douglas L. Schleicher Scholarship (Ogle Scholar)

This scholarship is available through the Ivy Tech Foundation and is renewable for the second year if the student maintains eligibility requirements. The Paul Ogle Foundation provides matching funds to the scholarship.

To be eligible for this scholarsship, students must:

  • Be an Allied Health major at Ivy Tech Sellersburg; and,
  • Earn a minimum 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale.
First preference is given to Clark County residents, and second preference is given to Floyd County residents.


Doversberger Scholarship

This scholarship was named in honor of Betty Doversberger, Chancellor of Ivy Tech. To qualify you must be enrolled at the Lafayette campus for a minimum of six credit hours with a minimum 2.0 GPA. This scholarship can be used toward tuition, books or fees.
 




Dr and Mrs Harry D Brickley Endowed Scholarship

Wells County Residents


Dr. Betty Hamilton

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Muncie or New Castle campus
-Enrolled in their final term as a Physical Therapy Assistant student
-Show service, clinical dedication and professionalism
-Essay Required

Priority consideration will be given to students with a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA.


Dr. Carl C. Lyles, Sr. Scholarship Endowment (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Dr. Carl C. Lyles, Sr. scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Campus (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must be African-American, pursuing a degree in Nursing, have a minimum GPA of 2.5, and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. If no African-American Nursing students apply, criteria will be widen to consider African-American students enrolled in healthcare programs (exercise science, health care support, medical assistant, paramedic/EMT, and surgical technology). Award varies for tuition, fees, books, tests, and uniforms.




Dr. Daniel L. and Mrs. Kathy J. Schenk Scholarship Fund (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of Dr. Daniel L. and Mrs. Kathy J. Schenk Scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Campus (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must be a single mother with 30+ hours of earned credit, have a minimum GPA of 2.5, and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs. Selection to be determined by Ivy Tech Community College scholarship committee.




Dr. David A. Merrill Endowment Scholarship

The Dr. David A. Merrill Endowment Scholarship was created by family and friends, in his memory, to assist students in achieving their academic goals.  Eligible recipients must be current students, enrolled in the Health Science Programs with preference given to students enrolled in Anatomy and Physiology at any Ivy Tech Northwest campus (Lake County, Michigan City or Valparaiso campuses).  Students must have successfully completed 30 credit hours with a 3.0 or better GPA.  Scholarship awards may only be used for tuition, books, supplies and other expenses directly related to the academic success of the student. 

The family must be part of the decision process when awarding this scholarship.





 


Dr. Garth and Janet Moore Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship is made possible through the generosity of Dr. Garth and Janet Moore for the purpose of supporting Michigan City student's educational advancement.  Students must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, be degree seeking, have completed a current FAFSA and have successfully completed 15 credit hours or more in a degree program.  Students must attend the Michigan City campus and reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties.  
 




Dr. George Hughes Memorial

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Anderson campus
-Have a great financial need
-Have a strong desire to give back to the community.
 




Dr. James Norris Jr. Memorial Scholarship


The Dr. James Norris Jr. Memorial Scholarships, is awarded to student who is dedicated to their community and has a passion for their chosen career path. The scholarship is available to Ivy Tech Community College South Bend students. Preference to students with the greatest financial need. Is to be awarded to one student unless the student does not need the full award amount. 


Dr. Lou Pierro Endowed Scholarship

The Dr. Lou Pierro Endowed scholarship was established by Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington to recognize former program chair, Dr. Lou Pierro’s dedication and outstanding service. The scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring semesters.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Financial need must be met;
  • FAFSA on file;
  • Student must have a minimum GPA of 3.0;
  • Student must be enrolled in at least six (6) credit hours; and
  • Student must be enrolled in the School of Computing and Informatics at Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington.



Dr. Lynnea Bronner-Melham Scholarship for Health, Education or the Performing Arts

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend Marion campus
-Essay Required
-3.0 GPA


Dr. Michael E. Pauszek Paramedic Science & EMT Program Scholarship

"This scholarship was established to provide assistance to students in the Paramedic Science & EMT programs. *Amount: Varies"




Dr. Michael E. Petty School of Liberal Arts & Sciences Scholarship

Applicants of the Dr. Michael E. Petty School of Liberal Arts & Sciences scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City) and majoring in either Liberal Arts or General Studies. Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must have a minimum GPA of 3.0, have completed 30 credit hours, and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs. Selection to be determined by Ivy Tech Community College scholarship committee.




Dr. William A. Risk Dental Assisting Achievement Fund

This scholarship was established in honor of the founder of our dental assisting program, Dr. William Risk. Qualifications for the scholarship are being enrollment in the dental assisting program, demonstrated financial need, and highest cumulative GPA attained in coursework leading up to the externship. Future funding may allow for more than one scholarship to be awarded, which would be awarded to the student with the second highest GPA.The scholarship is intended to help defray costs associated with the dental assisting externship at the end of their program.


DREAM Scholarship

DREAM (Dedicated Regional Employment Advanced Manufacturing) Scholarship fund must be used to provide financial support, in the form of scholarships, books, educational materials, and academic fees to current students or graduates of career center and/or manufacturing employees to further their education at Ivy Tech-Warsaw, who wish to complete a certification or degree  to advance their employment opportunities. Priority will be given to candidates who demonstrate a financial need.


DREAMERS Fund for Undocumented Students

This fund is designated to be used by students who are Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) to assist them in their continued education. To qualify you must be a DACA student enrolled at Ivy Tech- Lafayette and have a minimum 2.5 GPA. Tuition may be used for tuition, books or fees.


Duneland Health Council

This scholarship is made possible through the generosity of the Duneland Health Council for the purpose of supporting La Porte County students' educational advancement in health sciences.  Students must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, be degree seeking and have successfully completed 12 hours or more in a degree program.  Students must be enrolled in a health program and have completed a current FAFSA.  Students must reside in LaPorte County and attend classes at Ivy Tech Northwest campus (Lake County, Michigan City or Valparaiso campuses).
 


Eagles Lodge - Richmond

The Eagles Lodge #666 established this endowed scholarship. The recipient must be a member or a direct descendant of a member of the Lodge. A minimum 2.0 GPA is required. The recipient must be a high school graduate or have earned a G.E.D. certificate.

  • Student must be admitted to the Richmond campus service area
  • Student must be a member or direct descendant of an Eagles Lodge member
  • Student must be a high school graduate or GED recipient



Eaglin Family Scholarship

The Dr. Roy Eaglin Family Scholarship was established to provide financial assistance to an Ivy Tech student erolled in any program within the school. Dr. Eaglin was a respected Madison dentist who passed away in 2013. He was the first person in his family to attend college. 




Earl and Florence McMichael Scholarship

The Earl and Florence McMichael Scholarship seeks to support students seeking a certificate, technical certificate or associate’s degree within the Frank L. Hilton, M.D., School of Health Sciences. This scholarship is renewable based on meeting the original criteria. While not a requirement, preference is given to students who are single parents.
 




Early Childhood Education (CHD) Scholarship-Region 3

This scholarship is for students enrolled in the Early Childhood Education program and pursuing a Child Development Associate Certification. Scholarship funds may be applied to the following courses: ECED 100, 101, 103, or 105.
 
To be eligible for this award:
  • Students must be enrolled in the Early Childhood Education program; and
  • Students must be pursuing a Child Development Associate Certification.



East Central Hospitality Scholarship

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Anderson, Marion, Muncie, or Henry Co. campus
-Enrolled in the Hospitality Administration program
-2nd year or 3rd semester into the program
-A minimum 3.0 GPA.
-Essay Required 

Priority consideration will be given to students with a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA.




East Central Opportunities Scholarship

The East Central Opportunities Scholarship is awarded to one student at the Muncie campus and one student at the Henry County campus that are displaced workers, that display financial need, and reside in Delaware County. Priority consideration will be given to students who complete the scholarship essay and also have a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA. 




East Central Opportunities Scholarship-Henry County

To be eligible for the ECO Scholarship-Henry County recipients must meet the following criteria: A resident of Henry County, Indiana attending Ivy Tech. The recipient must be identified as a displaced worker and must deonstrate finacial need as defined by Ivy Tech's Financial Aid Office. 


East Chicago - General

This scholarship was established to assist students from the Lake County campus-East Chicago site to achieve their academic goals.  Students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or higher, be degree seeking and have completed a current FAFSA.  Student must attend classes at the East Chicago campus and reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties).  


ECED Program Fund - Richmond

ECED Scholarship fund will provide finanacial assistance to ECED students pursuing their educational goals through the Early Childhood Education program at Ivy Tech Community College Richmond campus.  The funds will be apportioned to cover costs associated with ECED tuition and fees linked to courses included in the CDA Process Certification, other ECED Ceritifications and courses toward a ECED degree at Ivy Tech.
  • Student must be enrolled in the Richmond Early Childhood Education Program



ECED Program Fund Reg 03

This scholarship is for Early Childhood Education majors. The funding may be applied to tuition and fees associated with and early childhood education coursework, including Child Development Associate Certification. Preference is given to students who do not currently receive financial assistance.
 
To be eligible for this award:
  • Students must maintain a 2.5 GPA or higher; and
  • Students must be enrolled in the Early Childhood Education program.



ECED Program Fund South Bend/Elkhart

ECED Scholarship fund will provide financial assistance to ECED students pursuing their educational goals through the Early Childhood Education program at Ivy Tech Community College.  The funds will be approtioned to cover costs associated with ECED tuition and fees linked to courses include in the CDA process Certification, other ECED Certifications and courses toward a ECED degree at Ivy Tech.


Education Scholarship - Richmond

For students enrolled in the Education program at Richmond campus
Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher




Elizabeth J. Fortmeyer Scholarship Endowment

For Therapeutic Massage Students at the Northeast Campus.


Elkhart ROI Scholarship

The Elkhart ROI Scholarship is general scholarship for students attending the Elkhart County campus. 


Elmer Gilmore Scholarship

Provided in honor of Elmer Gilmore by his family, the scholarship is awarded to a current Ivy Tech student in any field of study who is at least 22 years of age. Selection criteria: must have been an average student in high school and experienced difficulty gaining direction to his/her life; a letter of recommendation required from the applicant’s school or program chair.


Elna Ryals Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Elna Ryals scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Campus (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application The scholarship is for needy, deserving students and may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.




Eloise T. Lewis Nursing Scholarship

This scholarship was established by Eloise T. Lewis, Dean of our Nursing program, to provide financial assistance to students in either the LPN-RN/ASN or RN/ASN programs. *Amount: $500 *Home campus = Columbus.   Must be pursuing a TC in Practical Nursing or AS degree in Nursing. Successfully completed 12 program hours in program. GPA of 3.0 or higher. Scholarship may be used for tuition, fees, class materials & books first. If these are covered through other types of assistance the award may be used for transportation and childcare expenses.


Empowerment Scholarship

This scholarship is for Ivy Tech Northeast minority women students who fall into one or more of the following categories:
  • Dislocated minority female workers
  • Minority women returning to the workforce
  • Minority women 40 years of age and older entering college for the first time
  • Minority women receiving public assistance
Student must demonstrate financial need and maintain good academic standing.


Erle and Eleanor Litten Endowed Scholarship

The Erle and Eleanor Litten Endowed scholarship was established by Dr. Carol Litten Touloukian in honor of her parents, Erle and Eleanor Litten, to assist a student enrolled in the nursing program. This scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring semesters.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • Students must maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0;
  • Student must remain in good standing at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus for the duration of the scholarship; and
  • Student must be enrolled full time in the nursing program.
 
 


Ervin and Lelan Lautner Memorial Scholarship

Two scholarships will be awarded in the Spring of 2021
1. One scholarship to a Tell City High School graduate, and
2. One scholarship to a Perry Central High School graduate.
Each scholarship covers courses at Ivy Tech campuses in Evansville and/or Tell City that lead to Certificate, Technical Certificate or Associate Degree in one of the following areas:

 
  • Manufacturing, Production and Operations
  • Advanced Automation and Robotics
  • Industrial Technology (Mechanical, Electrical or Welding)
  • Building Construction Technology or HVAC
  • Healthcare Specialist (including Medical Assisting, Paramedic Science or Surgical Technology)
  • Information Technology
  • Automotive or Diesel Technology
 The resources of each scholarship will be distributed over multiple semesters for a total award value of up to $5,000.  The scholarship funding priority is: 1) tuition and fees; 2) books only if tuition and fees are covered. In order for recipients to continue to receive the award each consecutive term, recipients must still be enrolled at Ivy Tech campuses in Evansville and/or Tell City; having not yet earned a Certificate, Technical Certification or Associate’s degree in an unrelated field; continues to have a major in: Manufacturing, Production and Operations, Advanced Automation and Robotics, Industrial Technology (Mechanical, Electrical or Welding), Building Construction Technology or HVAC, Healthcare Specialist (including Medical Assisting, Paramedic Science or Surgical Technology) , Information Technology and Automotive or Diesel Technology.




Eugenia "Becky" Sacopulos Award Scholarship

This scholarship was established by long-time, now retired employee, Eugenia "Becky" Sacopulos, to assist students in achieving their academic goals.  Eligible recipients must be current students, enrolled in the Health Science or Education programs with preference given to students enrolled in the RN, LPN, Elementary Education or Early childhood Programs at any Ivy Tech Northwest campus (Lake County, Michigan City or Valparaiso campuses).  Students must have successfully completed 21 credit hours with a 3.0 or better GPA.  Scholarship awards may only be used for tuition, books, supplies and other expenses directly related to the academic success of the student.


Eva and Russell Weiss Memorial Scholarship

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Muncie campus
-Enrolled in the School of Nursing or
-School of Technology and
-Muncie resident for past 10 years
-High school graduate




Eva Webster Blakemore Scholarship - Richmond

Friends of Eva Webster Blakemore and Ivy Tech Community College Richmond have established an endowed scholarship to honor her for the courage and tenacity she has demonstrated all her life. Eva was the first African-American cheerleader in Wayne County when she was a sophomore at Fountain City High School in the mid-1950s. During her senior year of high school she was afflicted with multiple sclerosis. Although she graduated with the Class of 1957, this affliction preempted Evas opportunities for further postsecondary advancement. While the malady dashed her chances for further education, it did not deter her determined, courageous spirit which she continues to share today. Through the years she has tutored many students in the public school system, helping them achieve academic success. She has repeatedly shown great tenacity in helping others overcome obstacles in their own lives. This scholarship will be awarded to students who demonstrate financial need, with special consideration given to individuals with disabilities. A minimum 2.0 GPA is required. The scholarship may be used for tuition, books and other college-related expenses in the academic year.

  • Student must be admitted to the Richmond campus/service area
  • Student with disabilities are given preference
  • Student must have a GPA of 2.000 or higher





Evansville Automobile Dealers Association Scholarship

Applicants of the Evansville Automobile Dealers Association scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Campus (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must be a second year degree seeking student; completed 20 or more credit hours; complete a one-page double-spaced essay on "Why I Love Cars" which describes their interest in seeking employment in a local automotive dealership; have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs. 




Evansville Northside Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship

Scholarship created by Kiwanis Club of Northside Evansville Foundation. Applicants of the Evansville Northside Kiwanis Foundation scholarship must be degree seeking at the Ivy Tech Community college, Evansville Campus only. Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application.  Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.  Selection to be determined by Ivy Tech Community College scholarship committee and two Evansville Northside Kiwanis members.




Evansville Surgical Associates Scholarship

Applicants of Evansville Surgical Associates Scholarship must be a degree seeking student enrolled at Ivy Tech Community College-Evansville Campus (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City) who is pursuing a degree within the School of Nursing or the Frank L. Hilton, MD School of Health Sciences.  Preference shall be given to employees of Evansville Surgical Associates or their dependents. Eligible candidates must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech.  The Scholarship can be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs. Selection to be determined by Ivy Tech Community College scholarship Committee.
 




F2-Dr. Jim Willey Scholarship

In honor of former Anderson Chancellor James Wiley, this scholarship will be awarded to a deserving Anderson Campus student who has demonstrated hard work and perserverance during their educational journey


Faculty/Staff Scholarship

The Faculty/Staff Scholarship is made available through funds provided by the Faculty and Staff of Ivy Tech Sellersburg and is held by the Ivy Tech Foundation.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Minimum 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale;
  • Be a full-time student (12 credit hours or more) at Ivy Tech Sellersburg;
  • Must be a 2020 high school graduate;
  • Provide evidence of student leadership potential;
  • May 2020 graduates must submit a copy of their high school transcript with application (five semesters or through first senior semester).



Family Self-Sufficiency Scholarship

This scholarship was established to provide financial support to students who are participating in the Family Self-Sufficiency Program. Program participants are motivated to improve their personal circumstance and lifestyles by following an action plan which includes specific educational & career goals that they plan to attain by attending Ivy Tech. *Amount: $500; Must be enrolled in Family Self-Sufficiency Program; May be seeking AS TC degree or may be enrolled on a "courses only" basis; Home campus = Columbus; Scholarship may be used to cover tuition, fees, books, transportation and other school-related expenses.




Farm Bureau District 3 Agricultural Scholarship

This scholarship is given by Farm Bureau District 3 to a student  enrolled in the Agriculture Program at the Lafayette campus. Qualified applicants must be an agriculture student from Benton, Carroll, Cass, Clinton, Jasper, Newton, Tippecanoe or White counties with a minimum 2.5 GPA. Funds may be used for tuition, books or fees.


Farm Credit Mid America Agricultural Scholarship - Richmond

The Farm Credit Mid America Agricultural Scholarship will be awarded to a Richmond campus/service area student, pursuing an Associate's degree in Agriculture, enrolled in at least 6 credit hours and posessing a GPA of 3.0 or higher.




Farm Credit Mid America Precision Agriculture Scholarship

Farm Credit Mid American Precision Agriculture Scholarship will be awarded to a Precision Agricuilture student who is pursueing a degree in Precision Agriculture. This student must have a GPA greater than or equal to 2.0. Funds may be used for tuition, books and fees.


Farm Credit Mid-America Agriculture Scholarship REG 04

The Farm Credit Mid-America Scholarship is awarded to a student pursuing an Associate's degree in Agriculture at the Lafayette campus. To qualify you must be an agriculture student enrolled in at least 6 credit hours with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Funds may be used for tuition, books or fees.


Farm Credit Mid-America Agriculture Scholarship Reg 10

The Farm Credit Mid-America scholarship will be awarded to a student pursuing an Associate's degree in Agriculture, enrolled in at least 6 credit hours and witha GPA of 3.0 or higher.


Farm Credit Mid-America Agriculture Scholarship Reg 3

The Farm Credit Mid-America scholarship will be awarded to a student pursuing an Associate's degree in Agriculture, enrolled in at least 6 credit hours, maintaining GPA of 3.0 or higher.


Farrington Philosophy Scholarship

The Farrington Philosophy Scholarship was established by the Farrington family by Joshua Farrington who is a philosophy professor at the Warsaw campus.  Candidates must hold a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better, completed one semester, be in good academic standing, taking one or more phiosophy classes.  This scholarship is not refundable and may only be used for books and tuition.




Fast Track Scholarship

The Fast Track Scholarship is for students approved and are in the ASAP program.  This scholarship is to be awarded in the Spring semester for ASAP students who have completed 39 or more credit hours. 


Faurecia Scholarship

This scholarship was established by Faurecia to support students enrolled in the Technology or Engineering related programs. *Amount: Up to $500 Degree declared in a Technology program. Completed 12 program hours in program of choice. Home campus = Columbus. Minimum GPA 2.5 Scholarship will be used to first cover tuition and fees. May also be applied to other college related expenses, such as books, required materials, transportation and childcare.




Ferguson Biotechnology Scholarship

The Ferguson Biotechnology scholarship was established by Steve and Connie Ferguson and is designated for a student seeking a degree in Biotechnology at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus. The scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring semesters.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0; and
  • FAFSA must be on file; and
  • Student must be enrolled in the Biotechnology program at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus.

 
 




Ferguson Nursing Scholarship

The Ferguson Nursing scholarship was established by Steve and Connie Ferguson and is designated for a student seeking a degree in Nursing at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus. The scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring semesters.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0; and
  • FAFSA must be on file; and
  • Student must be enrolled in the Nursing program at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus.



Ferguson Radiation Therapy Scholarship

The Ferguson Radiation Therapy scholarship was established by Steve and Connie Ferguson and is designated for a student seeking a degree in Radiation Therapy at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus. The scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring term.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0; and
  • FAFSA must be on file; and
  • Student must be enrolled in the Radiation Therapy program at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus.



Ferguson Scholarship

The Ferguson scholarship was established by Steve and Connie Ferguson and designated for those students enrolled at Ivy Tech Bloomington and are not eligible for grants due to their part-time enrollment, financial situation, or life obligations. This scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring semesters.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5;
  • FAFSA must be on file; and
  • Student must be enrolled in no more than 2-11 credit hours due to “life obligations”; and
  • Student must demonstrate a desire to succeed in pursuing academic and career goals.

 
 




Fields Trust Foundation Scholarship

Provided by the Fields Trust Foundation. Scholarship available to minority students enrolled at Ivy Tech Community College South Bend Campus


First Bank Richmond

The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage continued education in the field of agriculture.




First Financial Bank Scholarship

The First Financial Bank scholarship was created by the First Financial Bank to make getting an education more affordable for a student enrolled in the Business Administration program at Ivy Tech Bloomington. This scholarship is awarded to one student in both the fall and spring terms as long as he/she remains in good standing at Ivy Tech Bloomington.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0; and 
  • Student must be enrolled in the Business Administration program at Ivy Tech Bloomington.



First Harrison Bank Scholarship

The Harrison County Community Foundation holds this scholarship through a match from the Paul Ogle Foundation. This scholarship supports Harrison County residents enrolled in a college program at Ivy Tech Sellersburg. First Harrison Bank may provide recommendations on an annual basis.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Applicant must be a Harrison County resident;
  • Minimum 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale;
  • Currently enrolled at Ivy Tech Sellersburg



Floyd Memorial Foundation Scholarship

Floyd Memorial Foundation Scholarship fund will provide financial assistance to students who are currently employed in the healthcare/hospital field and attending Ivy Tech Community College in Sellersburg, IN and who are studying nursing or other health-related curriculum. 

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Students demonstrate a financial need by completing the current year FAFSA
  • Maintain a 2.7 GPA or greater on a 4.0 scale;
  • Students must be pursuing a nursing or other health related program at Ivy Tech Sellersburg;
  • Preference may be given to students who are currently employed in the healthcare/hospital field 



Ford, Albert C. & Grable Scholarship

Albert and Grable believed in the importance of hard work and education. They believed that one's philosophy is not best expressed in words; it is expressed in the choices one makes . . . and the choices we make are ultimately our responsibility. Education is the first step. They established the Albert C. and Grable Ford Scholarship to provide financial assistance to an Ivy Tech Student enrolled in any program within the School of Education.
 
To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Attend the Lawrenceburg Campus.
  • Be enrolled in any School of Education program.
  • Maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater.
  • Demonstrate financial need.

Preference will be given to a student who is enrolled full-time. Scholarship may apply to tuition, books, fees, and/or supplies.




Ford, Frieda Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is endowed as a memorial to Frieda Ford, a long-time faculty member at Ivy Tech Community College. It was established by her husband, Bill, to assist a student pursuing a degree in Accounting, Business Administration or Office Administration.

To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Be a new student of the Madison Campus.
  • Demonstrate academic success with an earned High School or College GPA of 3.0 or greater.
  • Demonstrate financial need by filing a current year FAFSA.
  • Are pursuing a degree in a School of Business program.
  • Be enrolled full- or part-time.



Ford/EEOC Scholarship - Richmond

Established by Ford Motor Company, this scholarship is awarded to campuses that have a Ford (or former Ford) company in the service area. This renewable scholarship is restricted to students who are non traditional or from underserved populations only. Recipients may be enrolled in any course of study. A former employee of Ford (Visteon) or family member formerly employed by Ford is preferred. The scholarship funds may be used for tuition, fees, books, supplies, or equipment required for a students participation in a course or course of instruction.




Ford/EEOC Scholarship (Region 13)

Established by Ford Motor Company, this scholarship is awarded to campuses that have a Ford (or former Ford) company in the service area. This renewable scholarship is restricted to minorities and women only. Recipients may be enrolled in any course of study. A former employee of Ford (Visteon) or family member formerly employed by Ford is preferred. The scholarship funds may be used for tuition, fees, books, supplies, or equipment required for a student's participation in a course or course of instruction.




Ford/EEOC Scholarship-Bloomington

Established by Ford Motor Company, this scholarship is awarded to campuses that have a Ford (or former Ford) company in the service area. 
 
Eligibility criteria:

  1. These scholarships may be granted to under-represented or nontraditional students.
  2. In granting these scholarships, preference is to be given to Ford employees, their spouses, and children.
  3. These scholarships may not be restricted to a particular discipline.
  4. With respect to a particular student, the scholarship may be renewed once.
  5. The scholarship funds may be used for tuition, fees, books, supplies, or equipment required for a student’s participation in a course or courses of instruction.
  6. If an applicant for this scholarship claims a Ford connection, the applicant must provide a completed verification form from Ford.



Ford/EEOC Scholarship-Ivy Tech Northwest

Established by the Ford Motor Company, this scholarship is awarded to campuses that have a Ford (or former Ford) company in the service area. This is a renewable scholarship.  The scholarship funds may be used for tuition, fees, books, supplies, or equipment. Students must be non-traditional and/or of minority descent and have completed a current FAFSA.  Student must attend classes at Ivy Tech Northwest campus (Lake County, Michigan City or Valparaiso campuses) and reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties).  Priority given to students who are a former employee of Ford (Visteon) or have family member formerly employed by Ford.  
 




Forging Foundation Scholarship

This scholarship was established by the Forging Industry Educational and Research Foundation to assist Engineering and Manufacturing students achieve their academic goals



Fort Wayne Community Foundation Scholarship – Business

This scholarship is based on academic performance and financial need for new or returning students. It is intended to benefit disadvantaged students, minorities, dislocated workers, women returning to the workforce, and individuals receiving public assistance. The funding is to be used for tuition, fees, books, supplies, or personal expenses.
 
To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must be enrolled in the Business Division



Fort Wayne Community Foundation Scholarship – Construction Technology

This scholarship is sponsored by the Home Builders Association of Fort Wayne.
 
To be eligible for this award:
  • Students must be enrolled in the Construction Technology program.



Fort Wayne Community Foundation Scholarship – Nursing

This scholarship is for students enrolled in the Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) Program. It is named in honor of Bonnie, Ilene, and Helen Marschand.
 
To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must be pursing an Associate of Science in Nursing degree.



Fort Wayne Community Foundation Scholarship - Returning Adult Student

This scholarship is for nontraditional female students pursuing any Ivy Tech Northeast major.
 
To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must be an Allen County resident;
  • Students must be adult females (24 years old or older); and
  • Students must demonstrate a financial need.



Forty and Eight Nursing Scholarship Fund (Evansville Service Area)

 
Scholarship awarded to one student seeking a Nursing degree at Ivy Tech Evansville Campus (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Preferred recipient be a grandchild, child or member of the Forty & Eight Club. If no members qualify, then it is preferred that a veteran or the child or grandchild of a veteran receive the award.  Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 & have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech.  Scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.


 
 



Francis Meyer Trust Scholarship

Francis Meyer established an endowment to continue funding charitable agencies and programs he supported, in perpetuity.  His family has deep roots in the history of Northwest Indiana and founded Calumet State Bank, previously known as Bank Calumet.   Students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, have successfully completed 18 credit hours or more in a degree program, be degree seeking and have completed a current FAFSA.  Student must attend classes at Ivy Tech Northwest campus (Lake County, Michigan City or Valparaiso campuses) and reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties).  To be used for Tuition and Books only.
 




Frank & Ella Swain Endowed Scholarship

This endowed scholarship fund was established as a tribute to the donor's home community of Columbus. This scholarship assists students in developing to their full potential, which contributes to a well-trained workforce. *Amount: Up to $500 Degree declared student. Must have completed 12 quality hours in program of choice. Cumulative GPA 2.0. Home campus = Columbus.  Scholarship is applied first to the student's fees, and then to other expenses such as books, materials, transportation and childcare.




Frank L. Hilton, M.D. School of Health Sciences Scholarship

Applicants of the School of Health Sciences scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students pursuing a health science degree (Certified Nursing Assistant, Exercise Science, Health Care Support, Medical Assisting, Paramedic Science, Qualified Medication Aide, and Surgical Technology); must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and 12 hours program completion; and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs. Consideration given for professional and community service and/or exceptional personal circumstances.




Frank Pumerville Endowed Scholarship - Richmond

Frank Pumerville put Ivy Tech on the map when the College was in its infancy. Franks interest in Ivy Tech began in the early 1960s as a member of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce education committee, while he was production manager of Alcoa's Richmond plant. The committees role was to determine what Indiana needed in the way of vocational/technical education. After the legislature established the College, the Region 9 Board of Trustees appointed Pumerville the first director of the Whitewater Technical Institute. In 1996 Mr. Pumerville entered into a life estate agreement with the Ivy Tech Foundation that would create, upon his death, the Frank and Hazel Pumerville Endowed Scholarship. The Frank and Hazel Pumerville Scholarship was established in August 2005 and is for students who have financial need. This scholarship is need-based. Financial need is determined by the applicants Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). A grade point average of 2.0 is required.

  • Students must be admitted to the Richmond campus/service area
  • Students must demonstrate financial need
  • Students must file the FAFSA
  • Students must have a GPA of 2.000 or higher





Fred and Mary Powers Technology Trades Scholarship - Richmond

The scholarship was established by the estate of Mary Elizabeth Powers to benefit students enrolled in the School of Technology programs in the Richmond campus/service area and reside in Wayne County.  Fred and Mary Elizabeth were Richmond residents, business owners and community leaders.






Fred Zollner Foundation Scholarship

This scholarship is for students enrolled in the Technology Division or Business Division. Preference is given to students who have taken classes in any of the following areas: machine tool, CAD industrial drafting, advanced automation and robotics technology, electronics technology, industrial maintenance technology, accounting, computer programming, statistical processes, quality control, and  industrial supervision/secretarial.
 
To be eligible for this award:                                                      

  • Students must be enrolled in the Technology Division or the Business Division.



Frederick & Margaret Starnes Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Frederick & Margaret Starnes Scholarship must be enrolled at Ivy Tech Community College-Evansville Campus (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City) in a Barbara J. Hilton, R.N., School of Nursing or in a Frank L. Hilton, M.D., School of Health Sciences program. Student may be degree seeking or certificate seeking with a GPA of 2.5 and a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. Complete General Essay. Scholarship applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.



Friends of Ivy Tech Scholarship

The Friends of Ivy Tech scholarship fund is supported by many donors for student scholarships. This fund supports both students with a strong academic record and students entering the college who show promise as scholars. To qualify students must be enrolled with a minimum of 6 credit hours at the Lafayette campus with a minimum 2.0 GPA.  This scholarship can be used for tuition, books or fees.
 




Futures Unlimited - Lawrenceburg

This Futures Unlimited Scholarship – Lawrenceburg provides financial aid for first-time Ivy Tech students who fall into one of four special population groups: Dislocated Workers; Women Returning to the Workforce; Minorities; Individuals Receiving Public Assistance.




Futures Unlimited - Madison

This Futures Unlimited Scholarship - Madison provides financial aid for first-time Ivy Tech students who fall into one of four special population groups: Dislocated Workers; Women Returning to the Workforce; Minorities; Individuals Receiving Public Assistance.




Futures Unlimited - Region 3

This scholarship is for first-time Ivy Tech Northeast students who fall into one or more of the following categories: dislocated workers, women returning to the workforce, minorities, and individuals receiving public assistance. The funding applies to tuition, fees, books, and supplies.
 




Futures Unlimited - Richmond

Established to help first-time Ivy Tech Students achieve their education goals and gain skills needed to succeed in the workplace. Preference is given to single parents, displaced workers, minorities and recipients of public assistance.

  • Student must be admitted to the Richmond campus/service area
  • Student must be first-time attendee
  • Students should be single parents, displaced workers, minorities or recipients of public assistance.





Futures Unlimited - Wabash

The Wabash Futures Unlimited is a scholarship designed to assist students with a portion of their tuition and fees for their Ivy Tech Community College courses. This scholarship is to be used for tuition and fees only.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Must have completed the current FAFSA
  • Must submit an essay.
  • Must have a minimum 2.0 GPA.
  • Must be a Wabash County resident.
  • May be a new or returning student.
  • Must be at least a half-time student or more.

    Other types of financial aid will be considered first .



Futures Unlimited - Warsaw

Provided by the Ivy Tech Foundation for students who are dislocated workers, women returning to the workforce, minorities, and/or welfare recipients enrolling in any field of study. Selection criteria: financial need; proof of dislocated worker or woman returning to the workforce or minority or welfare recipient status; one letter of recommendation.


Futures Unlimited (Columbus)

Established to help first-time Ivy Tech students achieve their educational goals & gain skills needed to succeed in the workplace. Given to: women returning to the workforce, dislocated workers, minorities, & recipients of public assistance. *Amount: Up to $1,000 Home campus = Columbus. Scholarship will be applied to cover tuition, fees, other college related expenses, transportation or childcare.




Futures Unlimited (Elkhart)

Provided by the Ivy Tech Foundation for students who are dislocated workers, women returning to the workforce, minorities, and/or welfare recipients enrolling in any field of study. Selection criteria: financial need; proof of dislocated worker or woman returning to the workforce or minority or welfare recipient status; one letter of recommendation.




Futures Unlimited (Marion)

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Marion campus
-First time Ivy Tech student
-Female student
-Reentering the workforce
-Receiving public assistance, and/or a minority. 

Priority consideration will be given to students with a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA




Futures Unlimited (Muncie)

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Muncie campus
-First time Ivy Tech student
-Female
-Reentering the workforce
-Receiving public assistance, and/or a minority. 

Priority consideration will be given to students with a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA.




Futures Unlimited Scholarship - Bloomington

The Futures Unlimited scholarship was established by various private and corporate donations to assist an Ivy Tech Bloomington student in gaining the skills necessary to succeed in the workplace. This scholarship is awarded in the fall, spring and summer semesters. To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

1. Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0; and

2. Student must be an under-represented or nontraditional student.




Futures Unlimited Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Futures Unlimited scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Campus (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must be a degree seeking student; enrolled part-time; preference for first-time students; have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs. Preference given to minorities.




Futures Unlimited Scholarship Sellersburg

This scholarship is to help first-time degree seeking Ivy Tech Sellersburg students achieve their educational goals and gain the skills needed to succeed in the workplace.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Be a first-time degree seeking student at the Ivy Tech Community College Sellersburg campus;
  • Demonstrate financial need by filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
  • Preference will be given to displaced homemakers, displaced workers, minorities, and recipients of public assistance;
  • Assessment test scores or academic history at previous institutions may determine eligibility for the scholarship.



Futures Unlimited South Bend Campus

Provided by the Ivy Tech Foundation for students who are dislocated workers, women returning to the workforce, minorities, and/or welfare recipients enrolling in any field of study. Selection criteria: financial need; proof of dislocated worker or woman returning to the workforce or minority or welfare recipient status; one letter of recommendation.


Futures Unlimited-Ivy Tech Northwest

This scholarship was established to help first-time Ivy Tech Students achieve their educational goals and gain skills needed to succeed in the workplace.  Student must be a first-time Ivy Tech Student, and preference is given to single parents, displaced workers, minorities and recipients of public assistance.  Students must have completed a current FAFSA and have FAFSA EFC 0 or greater.  Student must attend classes at Ivy Tech Northwest campus (Lake County, Michigan City or Valparaiso campuses) and reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties).


FW Community Foundation Scholarship

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Gabe Hinds and Nikolas Kalosandros Scholarship

The Gabe Hinds and Nikolas Kalosandros Scholarship is intended to encourage first-generation students at Ivy Tech's Bloomington campus pursuing coursework in hospitality (culinary), archeology, or information technology. This endowment was established by James Moyer as a memorial tribute to his husband Gabe, who served Ivy Tech Bloomington for nearly twenty years; and to Gabe's beloved cat Nikki.

Eligibility Criteria:
  1. Must be enrolled in coursework in any of the following program areas: Culinary Arts, Archeology, or Information Technology at Ivy Tech Bloomington;
  2. Must be the first member of his/her family to enroll and pursue a degree in higher education.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               


Gail L Chesterfield Family Scholarship

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Near completion of a certificate or degree program
-In good academic standing
-Preference given to 1st generation students
-Attend the Muncie or Henry Co. campus
 
 




Garett D. Koger Automotive Scholarship

Garett Koger has always displayed a love of “all things mechanical”.  Like his grandfathers before him, he loved working on engines.  Once he entered Ivy Tech, he was at home in the Automotive Technology program and loved the challenges of the curriculum.  After he graduated, he continued his education by becoming a Master Mechanic.  This pathway led him back to Ivy Tech where he was thrilled to become an adjunct teacher in a field that he called home.  Our hope is that this scholarship will assist an individual who also has the love and passion in this field and wants to excel. To qualify for this scholarship the student must be enrolled into the Automotive Program at Ivy Tech Lafayette and have a 2.0 or higher GPA. These funds can be used for tuition, books, and fees.


Gary Cottrill Endowed Memorial Scholarship

Gary L Cottrill devoted a 30 year Ivy Tech career to supporting, assisting, and guiding students in accessing financial assistance for college.  Gary served as the Ivy Tech Sellersburg Director of Financial Aid for most of those thirty years.  After his passing, family, friends and colleagues founded the Gary L. Cottrill Memorial Scholarship through the Ivy Tech Foundation.

Gary's passion for his profession, his campus, and his students led him to work tirelessly on behalf of those seeking financial help to attain their higher education and career dreams. 

His efforts were so important to those students close to graduating who needed a little help crossing the finish line and earning that cherished college degee.  Students rarely knew Gary was going the extra mile behind the scenes to help them and he preferred it that way. 

Throughout his career, Gary worked in the community to inform and assist college-bound students interested in financial aid opportunities.  Every year, he visited area high schools to help students and parents understand their financial aid options, regardless of the college they were attending.

The Gary L. Cottrill Memorial Scholarship honors his legacy and ensures that every year he will once again help a student achieve their higher education aspirations.


Gary Cottrill Memorial Scholarship

Gary L Cottrill devoted a 30 year Ivy Tech career to supporting, assisting, and guiding students in accessing financial assistance for college.  Gary served as the Ivy Tech Sellersburg Director of Financial Aid for most of those thirty years.  After his passing, family, friends and colleagues founded the Gary L. Cottrill Memorial Scholarship through the Ivy Tech Foundation.

Gary's passion for his profession, his campus, and his students led him to work tirelessly on behalf of those seeking financial help to attain their higher education and career dreams. 

His efforts were so important to those students close to graduating who needed a little help crossing the finish line and earning that cherished college degee.  Students rarely knew Gary was going the extra mile behind the scenes to help them and he preferred it that way. 

Throughout his career, Gary worked in the community to inform and assist college-bound students interested in financial aid opportunities.  Every year, he visited area high schools to help students and parents understand their financial aid options, regardless of the college they were attending.

The Gary L. Cottrill Memorial Scholarship honors his legacy and ensures that every year he will once again help a student achieve their higher education aspirations.


Gene Haas Foundation Scholarship-Columbus

The Gene Haas Foundation’s goals are to introduce students to careers in machine technology and manufacturing.  Gene Haas is founder and president of Haas Automation, a CNC machine tool manufacturer.  He has a passion for revitalizing the manufacturing industry in our country and has invested millions in educational projects throughout the years.  
 This scholarship is to be given to students currently enrolled-in or will be enrolling-in a machining-based training and/or engineering program at the postsecondary level or the costs of attending CNC machining classes at a secondary level career center.  The scholarship can also apply to NIMS certifications. 


Gene Haas Scholarship - Warsaw

For students in the Machine Tool Technology Program at the Warsaw Campus that have completed 6 credit hours or more of core program classes and have a GPA of 2.5 or higher.  Listed below are additional requirements for the scholarship:
 

· Must provide college ready high school transcripts or equivalency prior to enrollment

· Must have completed FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech

· Provide one letter of recommendation from a non-relative community leader, teacher, or employer.

· Prepare a 300-500 word (approximately one half page) essay on one of the following topics:

o Why do you want to be a CNC machinist?

o Explain the importance of CNC machining in today’s society?

o What are the most important issues facing the CNC machining industry today?

o Describe your most meaningful achievements and how they relate to your future goals?




Gene Haas Scholarship - Lafayette

In 1999 Gene Haas founded the Gene Haas Foundation.  Growing up with a strong social conscience instilled by his family, Haas initially formed the foundation to fund the needs of the local community. Haas is the owner Haas Automation, Inc., America’s leading builder of CNC machine tools, which he started in 1983. Haas Automation is a now a billion dollar company and this extraordinary growth has all come in an era when American’s were being told that the United States doesn’t manufacture anything anymore.  Those perceptions and decisions made in our education system regarding vocational education have lead to dire statistics.  A recent report called “The Skills Gap in U.S. Manufacturing 2015 and Beyond” projects that, “Over the next decade, nearly three and a half million manufacturing jobs will likely need to be filled, and the skills gap is expected to result in 2 million of those jobs going unfilled.”
GHF’s primary goal is to build skills in the machining industry by providing scholarships for CNC machine technology students and NIMS credentials. Scholarships can be used for tuition, books, student’s personal NIMS account, cost of individual NIMS credentials and small personal tools the tools students are required by program to purchase.


Gene Haas Scholarship - South Bend

The scholarship funds must be expended for student machinist-based training or engineering programs. The scholarship(s) will be referred to as the Gene Haas Scholarship in all on-line or print materials associated with the scholarship.


Gene Haas Scholarship (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City)

The Gene Haas Foundation's primary goal is to build skills in the machining industry by providing scholarships for CNC machine technology students and NIMS credentials. Scholarships can be applied to tuition, books and student's personal NIMS account and cost of individual NIMS credentials and small personal tools that are required by the program.




Gene Haas Scholarship Bloomington

This scholarship is made available through the generosity of The Gene Haas Foundation. This scholarship will support students enrolled in Design Technology courses at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:
  • be enrolled in at least one DESN course at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus;
  • have a minimum GPA of 2.0.
Scholarship covers the cost of tuition, books, some supplies (Includes tools that are a requirement for students' core class for CNC machine tool. Student must maintain and retain possession of all tools purchased with Gene Haas Foundation Scholarship funds). 


General Educational Development (GED) Test Scholarship

This scholarship is for individuals who wish to complete a GED. The funding is to be used for GED fees.
 
 


General Federation of Women’s Clubs Nursing Scholarship

Provided by the General Federation of Women’s Clubs/Indiana Federation of Clubs. Selection criteria: first year associate of science in Nursing (ASN) student who graduated from high school at least two years ago, 3.0 GPA in prerequisites, (100 word) one page personal statement addressing either the student’s educational goals or the most influential person in the student’s life. Renewal criteria: must maintain a 2.7 GPA or better in ASN program courses.


General Foundation Scholarship - Northeast

This scholarship is based on extenuating circumstances, financial need, and academic success. There are no restrictions on college major or number of credit hours completed. The funding is to be used for tuition, fees, books, supplies, and personal expenses.
 




General Scholarship - Anderson

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Anderson campus.

Priority consideration will be given to students with a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA




General Scholarship - Elkhart

Provided by Ivy Tech employees. This scholarship is intended to provide educational scholarships to students enrolled at the Elkhart County Campus.


General Scholarship - Henry County

Applicants of the General Scholarship-Henry County must be attending the Henry County Campus. Priority consideration will be given to students who complete the scholarship essay and also have a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA.


General Scholarship - Lafayette

The general scholarship fund is funded by many Ivy Tech Lafayette campus donors who want to support scholarships. This fund assists both students with a strong established academic record and students entering the college who show promise as scholars. To qualify students must be enrolled with a minimum of 6 credit hours at Ivy Tech Lafayette and have a GPA of at least 2.0. This scholarship can be used for tuition, books or fees.




General Scholarship - Marion

This scholarship is to assist students that demonstrate financial need. To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:

-Completed FAFSA
-Attend the Marion campus
-Have financial need
 




General Scholarship - Muncie

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Muncie campus

Priority consideration will be given to students with a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA




General Scholarship - South Bend

Provided by Ivy Tech employees. This scholarship is intended to provide educational scholarships to students enrolled at the South Bend Campus.


General Scholarship (0519)

This scholarship was established to assist students from Northwest Indiana to achieve their academic goals.  Students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or higher, be degree seeking and have completed a current FAFSA.  Student must attend classes at any Ivy Tech Northwest campus (Lake County, Michigan City or Valparaiso campuses) and reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties). 
 
 




General Scholarship Endowment

This scholarship is intended for any Ivy Tech Northeast student. The funding is to be used for tuition, fees, books, supplies, and personal expenses.
 
 




General Scholarship-Gary (1527)

Supported by the Employees of Ivy Tech Northwest, this scholarship was established to assist students at the Lake County campus-Gary site to achieve their academic goals.  Students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or higher, be degree seeking and have completed a current FAFSA.  Student must attend classes at the Gary campus and reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties).  
 


General Scholarship-Michigan City

This scholarship was established to assist students from the Michigan City campus to achieve their academic goals.  Students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or higher, be degree seeking and have completed a current FAFSA.  Student must attend classes at the Michigan City campus and reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties).  




General Scholarship-Valparaiso

This scholarship was established to assist students in any program who attend the Valparaiso/Michigan City campus to achieve their academic goals.  Students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, be degree seeking and have completed a current FAFSA.


GENEX Scholarship

GENEX Services, Inc. is the leading provider of case management services to the workers’ compensation, disability, and auto markets.  The GENEX Scholarship Program allows case managers an opportunity to nominate their alma mater (or local college/university) for a monetary donation from GENEX to be used to support the educational endeavors of their student population via scholarships. Ivy Tech was nominated to receive the GENEX Scholarship Endowment by Angela Houston, a GENEX case manager and graduate of the Practical Nursing and Associate of Science in Nursing Programs at Ivy Tech in Madison.  
 
To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Be enrolled in a Nursing Program with a goal to secure an Associate of Science degree.
  • Attend the Madison Campus.
  • Attend full- or part-time.
  • Demonstrate financial need.
  • Demonstrate academic success.
May be used for tuition, books, fees, and/or supplies for the fall, spring and summer terms, if applicable. 
 


Geoff Grodner and Lorelei Meeker Endowed Culinary Scholarship

The Geoff Grodner and Lorelei Meeker Endowed Scholarships are intended to encourage students of promise and need at Ivy Tech’s Bloomington campus who desire to pursue careers in the culinary arts field.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Students must have successfully completed their first full year of study in the Associate of Applied Science in Hospitality Administration degree program with a concentration in Culinary Arts, and be enrolled full time in their second year of program study ;
  • Students must have a minimum grade point average of 3.0;
  • Students must secure a letter of recommendation from a staff or faculty member associated with the Hospitality Administration program; and
  • Students must complete an Ivy Tech scholarship application form.



Gerald and Louise Lamkin Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Gerald and Louise Lamkin Scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Campus (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must be a degree seeking student; have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.




Gerber Family Scholarship

The Gerber Family Scholarship is for students attending Ivy Tech College South Bend/Elkhart enrolled in Health Sciences programs.  Preference will be given to single parents.  


German American Scholarship

The German American scholarship was established by German American  to assist a student seeking an AS or AAS degree from Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington. This scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring semesters to the same student as long as he/she remains in good standing at Ivy Tech-Bloomington.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0; and
  • Student must be enrolled in an AS or AAS program at Ivy Tech Bloomington.

 
 




Gerrit Langemaat Scholarship

This scholarship is available through the Ivy Tech Foundation and was established in honor of Gerrit Langemaat, who died in 1993 after a sudden onset of cancer and was an instructor and Program Chair of the Computer Information System Program at Ivy Tech Sellersburg for ten years.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Be a graduating senior from North Harrison High School or a second year Ivy Tech Sellersburg student;
  • Recommended 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale;
  • Demonstrate financial need by filing a current year Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA); and,
  • Preference will be given to full-time students.
First priority will be given to a graduating North Harrison High School student, and if a high school student is not identified, then the award will be given to a second-year Ivy Tech student.
 


Girton, Keith A. Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established to honor the memory of Keith Girton, who was killed in a motor cycle accident on August 29, 2011. Keith was 26 years old at the time and had attended Ivy Tech in hopes of receiving a degree, and therefore, to better his life. One of his greatest joys was in helping others in any way he could. This scholarship hopes to provide assistance to a current student who has experienced a tragic or life-changing event and is working to achieve a degree to enhance their life and in return, touch other's lives in a positive way.

To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Attend the Madison Campus.
  • Demonstrate academic progress by earning a High School or College 3.0 cumulative GPA or greater.
  • Answer the Keith Girton Memorial Scholarship Essay as part of the Ivy Tech online scholarship application
Priority will be given to students with financial need.


Goedeker's Appliances Annual Book Scholarship

Goedeker's Appliances is a St. Louis-based, family-oriented company that has been in operation since 1951. Dedicated to excellence in service, convenience in shopping, and offering quality products at affordable prices, they sell an expansive selection of name brand kitchen appliances, washers and dryers, mattresses, and other home furnishings, both online and in their showroom.

Goedeker’s believes in your potential and would love to see you flourish. That is why they are offering one grand prize scholarship and two honorable mention scholarships toward college textbooks. It is not meant to cover the expenses of summer classes. These scholarships will be granted through a Goedeker's annual application contest.

These scholarships are managed entirely independent of Ivy Tech Community College, and students are encouraged to contact Goedeker's with any questions.

Scholarship Requirements:
  • Write an essay (300 words min) about why attending college and your field of study are important to you. Provide insight into your personal background, your philosophy about learning, why you chose your field in particular, and any other information you feel is relevant. These will be judged based on originality, creativity, organization of thought, and proper spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
  • Proof of a 3.0 GPA or higher (Unofficial transcripts meet this requirement. For homeschoolers: provide a parent-generated transcript)
  • Clear contact information (name, mailing address, preferred means of contact)
  • Proof that you are enrolled in an accredited college for the applicable semester.
  • Submissions must be provided by the published deadline available by clicking on the Apply Now button or the link below.
Note: A few sentences and a photo of the winners will be used for publicity purposes on the Goedeker’s Home Life blog. Please visit the external website for more information.

http://www.goedekers.com/college-scholarship
 




Goedeker's Appliances Public Service Annual Book Scholarship

Goedeker's Appliances is a St. Louis-based, family-oriented company that has been in operation since 1951. Dedicated to excellence in service, convenience in shopping, and offering quality products at affordable prices, they sell an expansive selection of name brand kitchen appliances, washers and dryers, mattresses, and other home furnishings, both online and in their showroom.

Goedeker’s is endlessly thankful for the service of those who keep our nation running smoothly and strive to ensure that each of us is protected and safe from harm. They believe that Americans who balance serving our country with a desire to further their education deserve respect and assistance.
 
That is why Goedeker’s is offering a one grand prize scholarship and two honorable mention scholarships toward college textbooks for employees and their families of the following public service positions:
  • Federal, state, and local government employees
  • Police officers and firefighters
  • Active military, reserves, and veterans
  • Public school teachers
  • Employees of non-profit organizations
 
These scholarships are not meant to cover the expenses of summer classes and will be granted through a Goedeker's annual application contest.

These scholarships are managed entirely independent of Ivy Tech Community College, and students are encouraged to contact Goedeker's with any questions.

Scholarship Requirements:
  • Write an essay (300 words min) about why you personally deserve to be a scholarship recipient. Provide some insight into your background and area of need; convince us that you would be the best choice. These will be judged based on originality, creativity, organization of thought, and proper spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
  • Proof of a 3.0 GPA or higher (Unofficial transcripts meet this requirement. For homeschoolers: provide a parent-generated transcript)
  • Clear contact information (name, mailing address, preferred means of contact)
  • Proof that you are enrolled in an accredited college for the applicable semester.
  • Proof that you or a member of your immediate family is employed in a position of public service, such as a letter from employer or a copy of the most recent pay stub.
  • For family members of public service employees: Provide proof of relation.
  • For veterans: Provide proof of previous service.
  • Submissions must be provided by the published deadline available by clicking on the Apply Now button or the link below.
Note: A few sentences and a photo of the winners will be used for publicity purposes on the Goedeker’s Home Life blog. Please visit the external website for more information.

http://www.goedekers.com/college-scholarship
 




Gomer Williams HVAC Scholarship

This scholarship was established by donors to the Gomer Williams Memorial to assist Valparaiso HVAC students achieving academic success.  Students must have a GPA of 3.5 or higher and have earned 12 or more credit hours.  Students must also must be seeking a degree in the HVAC Program, attend the Valparaiso campus and reside within the seven counties serviced by the Ivy Tech Northwest Region (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties).  Students must submit a typed, proof-read and signed thank you letter before scholarship is applied to the students’ account.
 


Goodman Family Nursing Scholarship, The

The Goodman Family Scholarship provides financial assistance with tuition to a deserving Nursing student.

To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following the following criteria:

  • Be enrolled at the Madison Campus.
  • Be enrolled in a Nursing program.
  • Attend full-or part-time.
  • Demonstrate an earned GPA of 3.0 or greater.



Goodman Family Scholarship-Endowment

The Goodman Family Scholarship provides financial assistance with tuition to a deserving Nursing student.

To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following the following criteria:

  • Be enrolled at the Madison Campus.
  • Be enrolled in a Nursing program.
  • Attend full-or part-time.
  • Demonstrate an earned GPA of 3.0 or greater.



Goods, Inc./Goods for Cooks Endowed Hospitality Scholarship

The Goods, Inc./Goods for Cooks Endowed Hospitality Scholarships are intended to encourage students of promise and need who wish to improve their personal economic circumstances and plan for their futures through the pursuit of careers in the hospitality field. Awards are made each fall and spring as funds are available.
                                                                                                                                                                        Eligibility Criteria:
  1. Must be enrolled full-time in the Associate of Applied Science in Hospitality degree program at Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington and successfully completed their first semester of the program;
  2. Preference will be given to under-represented or nontraditional students, particularly those pursuing concentrations in culinary studies or baking and pastry;
  3. Must be in good standing
  4. Must have a FAFSA on-file with the Ivy Tech Office of Financial Aid.               

 


Gordon & Glinda Hammock Scholarship

This scholarship was established by the Hammock family in memory of their parents, Gordon and Glinda Hammock, small acreage farmers in Boone County. To qualify for this scholarship, students must be enrolled in the Agriculture Program at the Lafayette campus with a preference for graduating from a Boone County, Indiana high school. If qualified applicants are not found, the scholarship may be awarded to applicants from Boone County who are enrolled in office management programs. Funds may be used for tuition, books or fees.
 




Gordy Yeager Memorial Scholarship

This contribution is established to honor the memory of Gordy Yeager to assist students in the Mortuary Science program at the East Chicago Campus.


Grainger Advanced Mfg. Honors Scholarship

Established by Grainger Mfg. to provide financial assistance to students pursuing a post-secondary education in Advanced Manufacturing at Ivy Tech, Columbus Region. Amount: $1500 ; Home campus, Columbus; Must be seeking Associates or Technical Certificate degree in Advanced Manufacturing; Must have completed 12 program hours in the program; Scholarship will be used first to cover tuition & fees. If these are provided by another source, the scholarship may be used for books, materials, transportation and childcare.




Grainger Advanced Mfg. Scholarship

Established by Grainger Mfg. to provide financial assistance to students pursuing a post-secondary education in Advanced Manufacturing at Ivy Tech, Columbus Region. Amount: Up to $500 each; Must be seeking Associates or Technical Certificate degree in Advanced Manufacturing; Must have completed 12 program hours. Home campus = Columbus; Scholarship will be used first to cover tuition & fees. If these are provided by another source, the scholarship may be used for books, materials, transportation and childcare.




Graphic Design Scholarship

Established by Dick & Margot Cain to provide financial assistance to deserving students with exceptional talent in the Graphic Design Program. *Amount: $400 Home campus= Columbus. Must be enrolled in the Graphic Design program. Must have completed 24 program hours of study Scholarship will be used first to cover tuition, fees, class materials and books in that order. If these are provided through other types of assistance, the scholarship may be used for transportation and childcare expenses.


Great Dane Terre Haute Scholarship

The Great Dane Terre Haute Scholarship is generously provided to support an Ivy Tech Terre Haute student pursuing a credential within the School of Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering and Applied Sciences. Preference will be given to those pursuing a credential in Diesel Technology, Engineering, Industrial Technology, Machine Tool Technology, or Welding. 


Green Leaf of Excellence

This scholarship was endowed by Tina Minjares to encourage academic excellence and enrollment at the Lafayette campus. To qualify the recipient must be degree seeking, enrolled in at least 6 credit hours during the semesters of the award and maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA. Preference for the scholarship will be for students who are enrolled in majors where enrollment is not capped. Funds may be used for tuition, books or fees.


Greene County General Hospital Scholarship

The Greene County General Hospital scholarship was established by Greene County General Hospital to assist a student enrolled in the fields of Paramedic Science or Healthcare. This scholarship is awarded to one student in both the fall and spring terms as long as he/she remains in good standing at Ivy Tech Bloomington.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0;
  • Student must reside in Greene County; and
  • Student must be enrolled in Paramedic Science, Nursing or other health occupation major at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus.



Gregory E. McMichael Engineering Memorial Scholarship

Eligible students must be degree seeking in Engineering, under the School of Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering, and Technology at the Evansvillle campus. Students must be program ready (having completed 2 Pre-requisites) and have a 3.0 GPA. Eligible students will complete their engineering associate degree at Ivy Tech Evansville with the intent to transfer to the University of Southern Indiana to earn their Bachelor's degree in engineering




Griffin Endowment

The George A. Griffin and Mabel E. Griffin Endowment was established because the donor was impressed by the skill and compassion of an Ivy Tech nurse from the Lafayette campus and to honor Mabel's desire to help students have the formal education her own circumstances kept her from enjoying. To qualify you must be seeking a degree in a health related field, have a minimum  2.0 GPA, enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours. Funds may be used for tuition, books or fees.




Grodner-Meeker ASAP Endowed Scholarship

The Grodner-Meeker ASAP Endowed Scholarship at Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington is intended to support and encourage students participating in the college's Associate Accelerated Program (ASAP).  An award will be made each year to one or more students meeting the following criteria.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Eligibility Criteria:
  1. Must be enrolled in the ASAP program on the Bloomington campus of Ivy Tech Community College;
  2. Must demonstrate financial need by having a FAFSA on file with the Ivy Tech Office of Financial Aid;
  3. Must have a high school or college cumulative GPA of no lower than 3.5;
  4. Must submit a personal statement (approximately 150 words) about their career goals and how this scholarship may help them achieve those goals. Submit this statement in the Bloomington section of the scholarship application.



Grodner-Meeker ASAP Scholarship

The Grodner-Meeker ASAP Scholarship at Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington is intended to support and encourage students participating in the college's Associate Accelerated Program (ASAP).  An award will be made each year to one or more students meeting the following criteria.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Eligibility Criteria:
  1. Must be enrolled in the ASAP program on the Bloomington campus of Ivy Tech Community College;
  2. Must demonstrate financial need by having a FAFSA on file with the Ivy Tech Office of Financial Aid;
  3. Must have a high school or college cumulative GPA of no lower than 3.5;
  4. Must submit a personal statement (approximately 150 words) about their career goals and how this scholarship may help them achieve those goals. Submit this statement in the Bloomington section of the scholarship application.



Gutzwiller, William and Bozzelli, Janet Scholarship

Bill Gutzwiller and Janet Bozzelli established the Margaret Mary Community Hospital Scholarship to provide support for technology and scholarships for Ivy Tech Community College.
 
To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Attend the Batesville Instructional site or the Lawrenceburg or Batesville Campus.
  • Be enrolled in a Degree program in the School of Health Sciences or School of Nursing.
  • Be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours.
  • Be a new or returning student.

First priority will be given to residents of Franklin and Ripley County, Indiana.
AWARD: Varies. SEMESTER: Fall.




Haas, Gene Scholarship- Southeast

The Gene Haas Foundation's goals are to introduce students to careers in Machine Technology and Manufacturing. Gene Haas is founder and president of Haas Automation, a CNC machine tool manufacturer. He has a passion for revitalizing the manufacturing industry in our country and has invested millions in educational projects throughout the years.

This scholarship supports students who are in Machine Technology and Manufacturing.  It provides tuition, books, and/or fees and NIMS credentialing for the Ivy Tech School of Technology.  

To be considered for this scholarship, students should meet the following criteria:
  • Attending the Madison Campus.
  • Enrolled in a Machine-based training and/or Engineering Program.
  • Have costs of attending a CNC machining class.



Hagerman Scholars

The Hagerman Scholars Program is intended to provide Ivy Tech Northeast students with full tuition assistance, as well as the skills and resources necessary to develop and build a pipeline of future leaders within the Northeast Indiana community.


Hamilton County Campus - CLIF Scholarship

This scholarship seeks to provide tuition assistance for Hamilton County residents in the Information Technology, Advanced Manufacturing, and Construction programs.

To be eligible students must:
  • Be enrolled in Information Technology (IT), Advanced Manufacturing, or Construction programs
Priority given to:
  • Students with Hamilton County as their "home" campus
  • Residents of Hamilton County with their "home" campus listed as Indianapolis will also be considered.
  • Students pursuing a Certificate or Technical Certificate, but AS/AAS students will be considered. 



Hamilton County Campus - Hamilton County General Scholarship

Recipient must be enrolled in a CT, TC, or degree seeking program at the Hamilton County Campus , demonstrate financial need, and maintain a competitive GPA.

To be eligible students must:
  • enrolled in a CT, TC, or degree seeking program at Hamilton County Campus
  • GPA 2.5 or higher
  • fill out the Scholarship application
  • priority will be given to those with greater financial need and higher GPAs



Hare, Marjorie Cornell Nursing Scholarship

This scholarship was established by Dr. Frank Hare and his family in memory of Marjorie Cornell Hare.

To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Be enrolled in the Nursing program.
  • Attend the Ivy Tech Madison Campus.
  • Demonstrate financial need.
  • Demonstrate academic success.


Priority consideration will be given to students who earn a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater.




Harrison County Hospital Foundation

The Harrison County Community Foundation holds this scholarship through a match from the Paul Ogle Foundation. This scholarship supports Harrison County residents enrolled in a college health-related program at Ivy Tech Sellersburg.

To be eligible for this award:
  • Must be a Harrison County resident;
  • Recommended 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale;
  • Must be enrolled in a healthcare related program (School of Nursing or School of Health Sciences) at Ivy Tech Sellersburg.



Harry and Ina Brickley Endowed Scholarship

To support scholarships for students at Ivy Tech Community College, Marion Campus. First preference will be given to residents of Wells County; Harrison Township in Blackford County; Grant County; Jay County; and Jefferson Township in Huntington county; all in Indiana. Special consideration will be given to underrepresented populations, including but not limited to financially challenged students, and/or students with diverse cultural experiences.Second preference given to students of Inuit or Native American decsent from U.S. or Canada. Third preference given to to residents of Indiana. 


Harvey S. Poling, Jr. Scholarship - Anderson

This scholarship, held by the Ivy Tech Foundation, is established as a tribute to a veteran teacher and Ivy Tech administrator, Harvey S. Poling, Jr., to allow students in need to continue and finish their education in a timely fashion. Students must be at least 28 years of age, have completed a current FAFSA, demonstrate financial need and have good academic standing. Students must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, have successfully completed 15 credit hours or more and have completed at least one-half of their program for a One-Year Technical Certificate or an Associate Degree.




Harvey S. Poling, Jr. Scholarship - Bloomington

The Harvey S. Poling, Jr. scholarship, held by the Ivy Tech Foundation, was established as a tribute to veteran teacher and Ivy Tech administrator, Harvey S. Poling, Jr. to allow students in need to continue and finish their education in a timely fashion.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must be at least 28 years of age;
  • Student must have completed at least one-half of the program of study; and
  • Student must have a minimum GPA of 3.0.



Harvey S. Poling, Jr. Scholarship - Columbus

This scholarship, held by the Ivy Tech Foundation, is established as a tribute to a veteran teacher and Ivy Tech administrator, Harvey S. Poling, Jr. to allow students in need to continue and finish their education in a timely fashion.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Must be at least 28 years of age.
  • Must have completed at least one-half of the program of study.
  • Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA.
  • Must have a financial need.
  • Must have completed a current FAFSA.



Harvey S. Poling, Jr. Scholarship - Lafayette

This scholarship was established as a tribute to a veteran teacher and Ivy Tech administrator, Harvey S. Poling, Jr. to help students continue and finish their education in a timely fashion. To qualify you must be at least 20 years old, have completed one-half of your program of study, have a minimum 3.0 GPA and demonstrate financial need. Funds may be used for tuition, books or fees.


Harvey S. Poling, Jr. Scholarship - Lake County, Crown Point

This scholarship is established as a tribute to a veteran teacher and Ivy Tech administrator, Harvey S. Poling, Jr., to allow students in need to continue and finish their education in a timely fashion.  Students must be at least 28 years of age, have completed a current FAFSA, demonstrate financial need and have good academic standing.  Students must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, have successfully completed 15 credit hours or more and have completed at least one-half of their program for a One-Year Technical Certificate or an Associate Degree.  Student must attend classes at any Ivy Tech Northwest campus (Lake County) and reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties).   Students must complete the General Scholarship Essay.  
 


Harvey S. Poling, Jr. Scholarship - Marion

This scholarship, held by the Ivy Tech Foundation, is established as a tribute to a veteran teacher and Ivy Tech administrator, Harvey S. Poling, Jr., to allow students in need to continue and finish their education in a timely fashion. Students must be at least 28 years of age, have completed a current FAFSA, demonstrate financial need and have good academic standing. Students must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, have successfully completed 15 credit hours or more and have completed at least one-half of their program for a One-Year Technical Certificate or an Associate Degree.




Harvey S. Poling, Jr. Scholarship - Michigan City

This scholarship is established as a tribute to a veteran teacher and Ivy Tech administrator, Harvey S. Poling, Jr., to allow students in need to continue and finish their education in a timely fashion.  Students must be at least 28 years of age, have completed a current FAFSA, demonstrate financial need and have good academic standing.  Students must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, have successfully completed 15 credit hours or more and have completed at least one-half of their program for a One-Year Technical Certificate or an Associate Degree.  Student must attend classes at any Ivy Tech Northwest campus (Michigan City) and reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties).  Students must complete the General Scholarship Essay.  


Harvey S. Poling, Jr. Scholarship - Muncie, New Castle

This scholarship, held by the Ivy Tech Foundation, is established as a tribute to a veteran teacher and Ivy Tech administrator, Harvey S. Poling, Jr. to allow students in need to continue and finish their education in a timely fashion.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Must be at least 28 years of age.
  • Must have completed at least one-half of the program of study.
  • Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA.
  • Must have a financial need.
  • Must have completed a current FAFSA.
  • Priority consideration will be given to students who complete the scholarship essay



Harvey S. Poling, Jr. Scholarship - Northeast

The late Harvey S. Poling Jr. was a veteran, a teacher, and an Ivy Tech administrator. The funding is intended to help students in need finish their education in a timely fashion.
 
To be eligible for this award:
  • Students must have a 3.0 GPA or higher;
  • Students must have completed at least one-half of their academic program;
  • Students must be least 28 years old; and
  • Students must have a financial need and have completed a FAFSA form.



Harvey S. Poling, Jr. Scholarship - Richmond

This scholarship, held by the Ivy Tech Foundation, is established as a tribute to a veteran teacher and Ivy Tech administrator, Harvey S. Poling, Jr. to allow students in need to continue and finish their education in a timely fashion. Eligibility criteria: Must be at least 28 years of age. Must have completed at least one-half of the program of study. Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Must have a financial need. Must have completed a current FAFSA.

  • Student must be admitted to the Richmond campus/service area
  • Student must be at least 28 years old
  • Student must have completed one-half of their program
  • Student must have a mimimum of 3.000 GPA
  • Student must have demonstrated financial need as determined by the FAFSA



Harvey S. Poling, Jr. Scholarship - Sellersburg

This scholarship, held by the Ivy Tech Foundation, is established as a tribute to a veteran teacher and Ivy Tech administrator, Harvey S. Poling, Jr. to allow students in need to continue and finish their education in a timely fashion.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Must be at least 28 years of age.
  • Must have completed at least one-half of the program of study.
  • Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA.
  • Must have a financial need.
  • Must have completed a current FAFSA.



Harvey S. Poling, Jr. Scholarship - South Bend/Elkhart

This scholarship, held by the Ivy Tech Foundation, is established as a tribute to a veteran teacher and Ivy Tech administrator, Harvey S. Poling, Jr. to allow students in need to continue and finish their education in a timely fashion.

Eligibility criteria:
  • Must be at least 28 years of age.
  • Must have completed at least one-half of the program of study.
  • Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA.
  • Must have a financial need.
  • Must have completed a current FAFSA.



Harvey S. Poling, Jr. Scholarship - Valparaiso

This scholarship is established as a tribute to a veteran teacher and Ivy Tech administrator, Harvey S. Poling, Jr., to allow students in need to continue and finish their education in a timely fashion.  Students must be at least 28 years of age, have completed a current FAFSA, demonstrate financial need and have good academic standing.  Students must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, have successfully completed 15 credit hours or more and have completed at least one-half of their program for a One-Year Technical Certificate or an Associate Degree.  Student must attend classes at any Ivy Tech Northwest campus (Valparaiso) and reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties). Students must complete the General Scholarship Essay.  


Harvey S. Poling, Jr. Scholarship-Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City).

This scholarship, held by the Ivy Tech Foundation, is established as a tribute to a veteran teacher and Ivy Tech administrator, Harvey S. Poling, Jr. to allow students in need to continue and finish their education in a timely fashion. Eligibility criteria: Must be at least 28 years of age; must have completed at least one-half of the program of study; must have a minimum 3.0 GPA; and must have completed a current FAFSA. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.




Hazel Teegarden Memorial Scholarship

Established as a memorial to Hazel Teegarden, who valued education, to support students as they expand their educational goals. Amount: up to $500; AS, TC declared student; Completed 12 program of hours of study; Must have minimum GPA of 2.5; Scholarship will be available to cover tuition, fees, other college related expenses, transportation or childcare as appropriate.  Preference given to Nursing students.




Heartland Pet Food Mfg. Co. Indiana-A Blue Buffalo Co. Endowment - Richmond

Recognizing the importance of an agriculture program in the community, Hearland Pet Food Mfg. Indiana - A Blue Buffalo company, has established this endowed fund for scholarships for student in the Agriculture program.  The scholarhsip may be used for tuition, books or related College expenses.  The student must be enrolled as an Ivy Tech Richmond student, be pursuing a degree or certificate in the Agriculture program, be part- or full-time and have a minimum 2.5 grade point average.


Hector Boiardi Scholarship Endowment

This scholarship is to be used for students selected to participate in the Hospitality Administration program’s culinary trip to Europe each spring.
 
To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must be enrolled in the Hospitality Administration program.



Heiderman Family Scholarship, The

The Heiderman family’s commitment to Ivy Tech Community College culminates from years of service as Ivy Tech employees.

To be eligible for this scholarship, students must:

  • Reside in Jefferson County, Indiana.
  • Earn a High School or College GPA of 3.0 or greater.
  • Enroll in any degree program.
  • Attend full or part-time.
AWARD: Amount varies. USE: Tuition, fees and books. SEMESTER: Fall and Spring.


Helen Bastnagel Miller & Thomas R. Miller and Mark & Jennifer Browning Nursing Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Helen Bastnagel Miller & Thomas R. Miller and Mark & Jennifer Browning Nursing scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must be a degree seeking Nursing student (Associate of Science or Practical Nursing); have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fee, and book costs.




Helms, Jim and Charlotte Emergency Scholarship

The Jim and Charlotte Helms Emergency Scholarship provides financial assistance to students in need due to natural disasters or accidents (weather-related, fires, floods, etc.), loss of transportation, loss of childcare, threat of eviction, or threat of disconnection of utilities.
 
To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Be enrolled at the Lawrenceburg or Batesville Campus.
  • Be enrolled in any major program seeking a Technical Certificate (TC), degree (AS, AAS, or AA) or Certification credential.

The Financial Aid office will determine whether the student's need meets the scholarship criteria.  An award may be made in any term. Funds may be applied to purchase books/supplies for courses where items are lost due to natural disaster or accident.




Helms, Jim and Charlotte Scholarship

The Jim and Charlotte Helms Scholarship commemorates Jim Helms' 51 years representing education and 37-year affiliation as regional board chair and Chancellor with Ivy Tech Community College, Southeast.  Jim and Charlotte witnessed Ivy Tech transform lives every day and have been avid supporters of Ivy Tech Foundation.  Jim was named Ivy Tech Community College Chancellor Emeritus in January 2014.
 
To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Attend the Lawrenceburg, or Batesville Campuses.
  • Be enrolled in an Associate’s Degree, Technical Certificate or Certificate program.
  • Demonstrate academic success by earning a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater.
  • Demonstrate financial need.

Priority will be given to students who have first exhausted other aid sources. Scholarship may apply to tuition, books, fees, and/or supplies.




Hickey Alumni Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Hickey Alumni scholarship must be Ivy Tech graduates taking additional classes at the Evansville Campus (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must be Ivy Tech graduates taking additional classes; have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.




Holiday Management Foundation Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Holiday Management Foundation scholarship must be enrolled at the Evansville Campus (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must be pursuing a CNA or QMA certification.  No FAFSA or GPA requirements.  If no students fit this criteria, the scholarship may be awarded to one or more students pursuing nursing (LPN, ASN) degrees.  Nursing students would then need to complete a FAFSA to be eligible.


Holly's Paws for Education Scholarship - Richmond

This scholarship was created to honor Holly the first therapy dog for Ivy Tech Community College Richmond.

A committee of employees wanted to create something long-term that would honor the impact they observed that Holly had on the college students, young children in the day care lab and other employees of the College. The committee loves and appreciates Holly, a golden-doodle, and wants to ensure that she is never forgotten.


Homer Smith Scholarship

This scholarship is available through the Ivy Tech Foundation and established by Homer B. Smith, longtime administrator of the Ivy Tech Sellersburg campus. The Paul Ogle Foundation provided matching funds to the scholarship.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Be a current year graduate of New Washington High School;
  • Earned at least a 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale; and,
  • Be enrolled at Ivy Tech Sellersburg
     



Honda Manufacturing of Indiana Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship is established to assist in recruiting and retaining students pursuing a technology/manufacturing-related career or a post-secondary degree related to technology/manufacturing.




Hoosier Heartland State Bank Agriculture Scholarship

Hoosier Heartland State Bank is committed to investing in the agricultural industry and education. To qualify for this scholarship you must be pursuing a degree in Agriculture, a resident of Montgomery County, and maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA. Funds may be used for tuition, books or fees.


Howard & Louise Holmes Scholarship Fund

This scholarship was established in memory of Howard and Louise Holmes. Howard and Louise were two people who deeply valued education and placed emphasis on its importance for all individuals, but especially for those without a family history of attending college.
 
To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must be the first in their family (including parents and grand-parents) to attend college;
  • Students must have declared a degree;
  • Students must have successfully completed at least one semester and six credit hours with a grade point average of 3.0 or higher;
  • Students must demonstrate a financial need;
  • Students must be enrolled in at least six credit hours;
  • Students must provide a letter of reference from an employer and/or a faculty member; and
  • Students must complete the General Scholarship Essay and answer the following questions:
1) Why did you choose Ivy Tech Community College to further your education? 2) Why is receiving this scholarship important to you? 3) What are your career goals and ambitions following the completion of your degree? 4) Since Members of your family have not traditionally attended college, what motivated you to pursue a college degree? 5) Please list any additional information about yourself that you would like the Holmes Committee to know: (jobs held, volunteer or student activities, awards or honors received, special interest, etc).


Howard & Velma Rohrbaugh Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship is for first-generation college students who are enrolled in the Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) program.
 
To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must be enrolled in the Certified Nursing Assistant program; and
  • Students must be a first-generation college student.



Huntington Family Scholarship

Al and Connie Huntington established The Huntington Family Scholarship to assist students enrolled at Ivy Tech Community College located in Madison, Indiana.  Al and Connie were entrepreneurs owning their own business for 30 years.  The Huntington Family understands that a college education is vital and believe everyone deserves a chance.  Al realized just how impactful an education from Ivy Tech Community College is when he was the Mayor of Madison, Indiana and spoke at his first Ivy Tech graduation, and witnessed firsthand the pride Ivy Tech graduates exude through that experience.  He was particularly touched when the families of these graduates stood and cheered for their mom, dad, a child or a sibling while walking across the stage to receive their diplomas.  Ivy Tech does transform lives. 

To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Demonstrate academic success by earning a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater.
  • Be enrolled in a Business Administration or Advanced Manufacturing program.
  • Plan to earn a degree (AS, AAS, AA), certificate (TC), or certification credential.
  • Attend the Ivy Tech Madison Campus.
  • Demonstrate financial need.



Hurley and Fredine Goodall Scholarship

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Muncie campus
-Graduated from a Delaware County school including Muncie Central High School, Cowan Jr-Sr. High School, Daleville Jr.-Sr.  High School, Yorktown High School, Delta High School, Wes Del Jr.-Sr. High School, Heritage Hall Christian School, Indiana Academy for Science Math and Humanities (Burris), or Wapahani High School 
-Minority student. 
-Essay Required

Priority consideration will be given to students with a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA.




Idris Bond Smith Nursing Endowed - Richmond

Family, friends, students, and co-workers created this endowed scholarship to recognize the outstanding educational contribution that Idris made while she served as a full-time faculty member. The Idris Bond Smith Endowed Scholarship was established to reward students for their excellence in education. Applicants for this scholarship must: be enrolled in a health-related program and pursuing a Certificate or Degree; have a minimum 3.0 grade point average. Preference is given to the graduate of, or an individual who has attended Northeastern High School. If no one meeting this qualification applies, the scholarship will be awarded to a graduate of, or an individual who has attended a Wayne County high school. Scholarship funds may be used for tuition, fees, books, supplies or equipment required for a students participation in a course.

  • Student must be admitted to the Richmond campus/service area
  • Student must be enrolled in a health-related program
  • Student must have a GPA 3.000 or higher
  • Preference given to graduate of Northeastern High School



IKEC-Power Plant Technology

Indiana-Kentucky Electric Corporation is dedicated to producing low cost power in an efficient, safe and environmentally sound manner. Indiana-Kentucky Electric Corporation believes strongly in people and in the development of skills, knowledge and abilities required to achieve success. Therefore, Indiana-Kentucky Electric Corporation has partnered with Ivy Tech Community College as an investment in the people of the local community and surrounding areas to offer this scholarship.

To be eligible for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Be pursuing the Power Plant Technology Technical Certificate (TC) or a degree at the Madison or Lawrenceburg Campuses.
  • Demonstrate academic success by earning a High School or College GPA of 3.0 or greater.
  • Demonstrate financial need as reflected on the filed current year FAFSA.



Ina M. Brickley Scholarship

Specifically for Marion Campus students. First preference will be given to underrepresented populations, including but not limited to financially challenged students with diverse cultural experiences. Second preference wil be given to students of Inuit or Native American descent from the United States or Canada. Third preference will be given to deserving monority residents of Indiana.


Indiana Construction Partnership Scholarship - Richmond

This scholarship was created by the Indiana Construction Partnership (ICP) and available for their dependents and descendants, and any union construction family member within the Ivy Tech area of operation. Richmond campus/service area students preferred; Indpls & Muncie students can be considered if no one from Richmond qualifies. A minimum 2.0 GPA required. In situations of equally qualified students preference will be given to applicants who demonstrate an interest in the community by participating in extracurricular activities. 

  • In a situation where there are no union construction members or descendants applying for the scholarship, the scholarship may be awarded to a person enrolled in the Construction program.  
  • Student must be admitted to Richmond, Muncie or Indianapolis campuses
  • Student must be a dependent or decendant of the Indiana Construction Partnership
  • Student must have a minimum GPA of 2.000 or higher





Indiana Energy Consortium Scholarship

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Indiana State Poultry Association Annual Scholarship

The Indiana State Poultry Association makes this scholarship available to Ivy Tech Students who are pursuing a credential in agriculture or precision agriculture with greater preference given to students enrolled in AGRI233-Poultry Production or other courses which have poultry focused content. Applicants must be enrolled in at least 9 credit hours and have a GPA of 3.0 or higher.


Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Altrusa Foundation Scholarship

This scholarship is funded by the Altrusa Foundation of Indianapolis for full or part-time non-traditional students enrolled at Ivy Tech Community College. The selection is based on financial need and academic potential. The scholarship will be awarded for educational expenses as appropriate according to student need. The Selection Committee will award the Scholarship prior to the fall semester.

To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must be adults, out of high school for at least 10 years
  • Students must show proof of financial need as defined by the FAFSA
  • Students must be seeking a certificate or undergraduate degree
  • Students must have completed at least 42 credit hours
  • Students must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents of one of the nine counties of Central Indiana
  • Students must be in good standing, with a minimum GPA of 2.7 on a 4.0 scale.
  • Students must submit two letters of recommendation and transcript
  • Students must submit the Altrusa Foundation Scholarship Application and essays



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Alumni Council Scholarship

This is a scholarship is intended for students who are serving on the Student-Alumni Council (SAC) and are actively furthering the mission of SAC.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must:
  • Be a member of the Student-Alumni Council
  • Have a GPA of 2.8 or higher
  • Be enrolled in 6 credit hours or more
  • Complete the scholarship application
Preference will be given to SAC officers and committee chairs and members.
 


Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - American Structurepoint Design Technology Scholarship

The American Structurepoint Design Technology scholarship is open to any student pursuing a credential within the Design Technology department. The scholarship will be awarded in the spring semester, and is intended for students who have a strong and serious interest in completing a paid summer internship with American Structurepoint, located on the northside of Indianapolis. In addition to this scholarship, recipients who complete the paid internship may have an opportunity for additional tuition support the following fall semester. For more information about American Structurepoint, please visit their website.
  • Student must identify Design Technology as their major pursuing any credential within the department;
  • Student must be in Central Indiana service area
  • Student must intend on completing a paid internship with American Structurepoint during the summer semester



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Automotive Student Scholarship

This scholarship is funded by Automotive Technology faculty and is awarded to students in the Automotive Technology program.

To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must be in the Automotive Technology program



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Catrina Lane-Tate Scholarship

The Catrina Lane-Tate Scholarship was created by Ivy Tech alumna, Catrina Tate, to serve Ivy Tech Community College students attending the Indianapolis campus who became a parent for the first time as a teenager.

​To be eligible the requirements are:
  • Students who became a parent for the first time as a teenager​
  • Consideration will also be given to children of teen parents
  • Have a minimum GPA of 2.0



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Dr. R. Jason and Dr. Jonathan VonDerHaar Nursing Scholarship Endowment

Indianapolis service area students who have been accepted into the Nursing Program


Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - ECED Program Fund

This scholarship fund provides financial assistance to students pursuing their educational goals through the Early Childhood Education program at Ivy Tech Community College.

To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must be enrolled in the Early Childhood Education program

Preferred:

  • Students who do not currently receive financial assistance
  • Students who have maintained a 2.5 GPA or greater



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Education for a Brighter Future

Established to support parents, professional educators, and any other Ivy Tech students advancing themselves and their communities through the study and profession of education; this scholarship is designed to help single parents, non-traditional students, or any other learner pursuing a brighter future for both themselves and the next generation.

To be Eligible Students must:
  • Be pursuing an Associate degree in any of the education fields (currently including Early Childhood Education, Education, Elementary Education, Secondary Education, or Special Education
  • Complete the General Scholarship essay 
  • Complete the Brighter Future scholarship-specific essay
  • Min. GPA = 2.5 / 4.0 



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Employee Giving Campaign Student Scholarship

This scholarship was established by Ivy Tech employees in support of Ivy Tech students.

Students must meet the following criteria: 
  • Have a declared major 
  • Have a 2.5 GPA or higher
  • Be enrolled in the Indianapolis Service area (Avon, Indianapolis, Noblesville)



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Environmental Science and Eng

Must be a U.S. citizen and Indiana resident. Must be enrolled in an Environmental Science or Engineering program. Enrolled in at least 6 credit hours.


Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Fine Arts Department Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded to students in the Fine Arts program at Ivy Tech Community College.

To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must demonstrate financial need
  • Students must be enrolled in the Fine Arts program
  • Student must be an Arts major with 6 program level credit hours completed,
  • Students must have a minimum. 3.0 GPA
  • Program chair reviews all applicants to ensure program level classes
  • Students must also provide a thank you letter



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Ford EEOC

Established by Ford Motor Company, this scholarship is designed to assist minority and/or female students in the pursuit of obtaining higher education. Preference will begiven to employees of Ford Motor Co. and their spouses or children. Proof of connection to Ford must be submitted.

To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must be minority and/or female
  • Students must be enrolled full time (12 credit hours or more)

Preferred:

  • Students who are employees of Ford Motor Co. and their spouses or children
  • A letter of verification of employment will be required for Ford employees, their spouses or dependents.



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Futures Unlimited

This scholarship is designed to assist first generation college students that demonstrate financial need. Priority will be given to minorities, dislocated workers, and/or individuals who receive public assistance.

To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must be the first in their family to attend college
  • Students must demonstrate financial need



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - General Student Scholarship

This scholarship is to assist students that demonstrate financial need and have a competitive GPA.

To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must have competitive GPA
  • Students must demonstrate financial need



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - General Studies Completion Scholarship

The General Studies Completion Scholarship provides funding to cover tuition and fees for the General Studies capstone course (GENS 279). Applicants must be completing their final semester and provide a 500-700 word essay that describes how the Associate in General Studies degree supports their personal, academic, and professional goals.

To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must have a declared General Studies major in final semester (graduating)
  • Students must be enrolled in GENS 279
  • Scholarship is for the Capstone course tuition and fees only
  • Students must compose 500-700 word essay
  • Priority will be given to African-American and Latinx applicants



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Genesys Scholarship for Computer Science Students

As a valued partner of Ivy Tech Community College, Genesys has committed to providing
scholarships for Ivy Tech students who:
 
  • 1. Have declared Computer Science as their degree or certificate track
  • 2. Are largely under-represented, including female students and minority students
  • 3. Are enrolled in at least 12 credit hours
  • 4. Have previously completed at least 24 credit hours
  • 5. Have maintained a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 or better
  • 6. Have completed the Ivy Tech Community College Scholarship Application
Previous or returning Genesys Scholars who maintain scholarship eligibility requirements will be
given first preference.
 


Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Healthcare Initiatives CNA Scholarships

The Healthcare Initiatives CNA Scholarship is a last dollar in scholarship for current or new Ivy Tech students pursuing CNA certification or in the Pharmacy Tech program at Ivy Tech - Indianapolis.  Funds can cover tuition, books, fees, and program expenses such as, but not limited to, CPR/BLS certification, required COVID testing, and supplies. 

To qualify students must:
  • Maintain a cumuliative GPA of 2.0 or higher
  • Be enrolled in a CNA certificate program or Pharmacy Tech program



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Honors Scholarship

This scholarship is for high achieving students at Ivy Tech Community College.
 

To be eligible for this award:

·         Must be admitted to the Ivy Tech Honors College

·         Recipients must have completed a minimum of 12 college level credit 
​    hours and have achieved Dean’s list status

·         Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5

·         Must have a completed FAFSA on file
 

Participation in the Honors College will be verified by the scholarship committee during the selection process.




Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Horton Inc. Scholarship

This scholarship was established by Horton Holdings, Inc., to assist students in engineering and manufacturing programs at Ivy Tech Community College.

To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must have a declared major in Mechanical Engineering, Advanced Manufacturing, Manufacturing Engineering or Elecrical Engineering
  • Students must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours per semester and maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5
  • Students must have completed 30 credit hours or more
  • Students must meet all requirements to receive Federal financial aid.
  • Students must be attending on of the Central Indiana Campuses of Ivy Tech Community College
    • If there is no eligible student in the Central Indiana Region priority will be given to a student attending Anderson or Muncie Campus.



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Independent Insurance Agents of Central Indiana Scholarship

Independent Insurance Agents of Central Indiana is providing this scholarship to any student in the Indianapolis Campus service area interested in pursuing a degree or certificate in the Insurance field.  Books are included in the scholarship.

Applicant must be:
  • ​In the Indianapolis Campus Service Area
  • Pursuing a degree or certificated in Insurance 
  • Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of a 3.0
  • Previous recipients will be considered



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Indiana Black Legislative Caucus

This scholarship was established by the Indiana Black Legislative Caucus.

To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must live in Marion County and attend the Indianapolis campus
  • Students must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and demonstrate financial need
  • Priority given to minority students



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Indiana Minority Scholars in Transportation Endowed Scholarship

The Indiana Minority Scholars in Transportation Endowed Scholarship is intended to support and encourage Ivy Tech students who intend to work in the transportation industry by supplementing other sources of financial aid.

To be eligible:

  • Applicants must be minority students
  • Must be enrolled full time with a minimum of 12 credit hours in one of the following programs: Pre-Engineering, Automotive Technology or Diesel Technology, Logistics, Machine Tool Technology, Business Administration. 
  • Must have attended one of the following high schools: Pike High School, an IPS high school, or Perry Meridian High School. 
  • Must be in good standing with the College, and hold a minimum of 2.0 GPA. 
  • Must write thank-you letter to donor



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - IU Health CII and Hamilton County Community Foundation

This scholarship seeks to provide tuition assistance, books, & program fees for Hamilton County residents in the Healthcare and Building and Construction programs . 
Student must:
  • Be a current healthcare program major, or
  • Enrolled in a  health/nursing interested (Pre-nursing CT program)
  • Enrolled in a Building Construction program





Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - James Lowes Scholarship

This scholarship was established by the Central Indiana Student Government Association for students with disabilities.

To be eligible for this award

  • Students with documented disabilities will be given priority in the selection process



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Kyle Gulley Memorial Scholarship for Public Safety

This scholarship is made available through the generosity of the Gulley Family.  The purpose of the scholarship is to honor the life of former Ivy Tech student, Kyle Ethan Dale Gulley and encourage students to further their education at Ivy Tech Community College in Public Safety.  Scholarship to provide for tuition and fees only.

To be eligible for this award:
  • Students must be pursuing a degree in Central Indiana in Homeland Security/Public Safety Program
  • Must be in good academic standing with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or more
  • Must be enrolled in minimum of (9) credit hours
  • Recipient(s) must provide a thank you letter to the donor
Preference given to students that participate in HSPS internship co-op


Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Lighthouse Scholarship Fund

This scholarship fund was created in memory of Gene Placek and Nancy Jeffries by their eldest daughter to ease the financial burden for Ivy Tech Community College students obtaining an education who face adversity resulting from the loss of one or both parents or legal guardians.

To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must have one or both parents or legal guardians who are deceased;
  • Students must be enrolled in a degree program and intend to transfer to a four-year Indiana institution;
  • Students must demonstrate acceptable academic progress at Ivy Tech or their high school, whichever is most recent;
  • Students must have a minimum GPA of 3.0; and,
  • Students must complete Lighthouse Essay question explaining how the loss of one or both parents or legal guardians impacted their educational goals.
Students receiving Pell Awards that compromise 100% of their tuition or whose employers or other agencies pay full tuition are not eligible. Scholarships may be used for tuition and fees only.


Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Louis S. Hensley Jr Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship is designed to help promising students finish their degree and Ivy Tech and embark on a rewarding career.
 
  • Recipient must be enrolled at one of the Ivy Tech Greater Indianapolis campuses in a program of study in the Business school.
  • Have demonstrated academic commitment by maintaining a GPA of 2.75 or above.
  • Complete the free application for Federal Student aid (FAFSA).
  • Students shall provide a written thank you letter to the Foundation. In addition, they are expected to participate in any scholarship function where donors and recipients meet. 
​Preferences to:
  • ​Students enrolled full time
  • Students enrolled in any Associate Degree program in the Business school

 



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - McFarling Foods Scholarship

McFarling Foods is providing scholarship funds to support and encourage students who attend Ivy Tech Community College to supplement other sources of financial aid.

The following criteria must be met for student to be eligible to receive an award:
  • Must be enrolled at Ivy Tech Community College - Indianapolis Campus
  • Must have a minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Must be enrolled in a Hospitality Adminstration certificate or degree program.
  • Students receiving Pell Awards that compromise 100% of their tuition or whose employers or other agencies pay full tuition are not eligible.



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Merkel Scholarship for ASAP students

The Merkel Scholarship for ASAP students is established to assist promising high school graduates who are working towards their Associate degree in order to transfer to a 4-year baccalaureate program or who graduate ready to enter the workforce.

In order to be eligible for the Merkel Scholarship, students should:
  • Have successfully earned their high school diploma with a cumulative GP A of 3.0 or greater,
  • Demonstrate a commitment to community by being involved in volunteer activities and/or extracurricular activities on campus
  • Be enrolled full-time and on-track to complete their degree within the intended 11 months,
  • Complete the Ivy Tech scholarship application, including the essay,
  • Complete a thank you letter once scholarships are awarded



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Michael Paul UpChurch Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established by anonymous donors in memory of Michael Paul Upchurch.

To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours
  • Students must be seeking a degree in the HVAC, Electric Engineering Technology or Energy Technology program
  • Students must be U.S. Citizens
  • Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.0
  • Must complete scholarship essay

Preferred:

  • Preference will be given to past Upchurch scholar if they maintain 2.0 GPA and are enrolled in a minimum of 9 credit hours

 




Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Moman Collegian Military Veteran Scholarship

This scholarship was established by Dr. Frank and Deborah Moman. Dr. Frank Moman is the Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs at the Central Indiana Service Area.

To be eligible for this award:

  • Recipient must be a military veteran or
  • Are receiving Chapter 35 Veterans Benefits, or
  • Are the child of a Disabled Veteran
  • ​Demonstrated financial need.
  • Must be currently enrolled in at least 12 credit hours
  • Have previously completed at least 12 credit hours
  • Have maintained a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better
  • Have completed the Ivy Tech Community College Scholarship Application
  • Previous or returning Moman Scholars who maintain scholarship eligibility requirements will be given first preference.



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Opportunity Endowed Scholarship

To be eligible student must meet one or more of the following criteria:
  • Student works at least 30 hours or more per week
  • Student is a single parent
  • Student is the first in the family to attend college
  • Student is enrolled in at least 6 credit hours
  • Student must complete degree from Ivy Tech within four years



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Peggy & Byron Myers Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was donated by Peggy and Byron Myers. This scholarship supports students who are either working, single parents, first generation college student or are enrolled in college prep courses.

To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must have completed at least 9 credit hours
  • Students must have a GPA of 2.0
  • Students must have FAFSA on file

Must demonstrate at least one of the following risk factors:

  • Be working while enrolled in school
  • Be a single parent
  • Be a first generation college student
  • Be enrolled in college prep courses



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Reach for the Stars

This scholarship is awarded to two students from Ben Davis High School in the amount of $1,000 a year for two years.

To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must be graduates of Ben Davis High School



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Robert Longardner Scholarship for Pre-Architects & Pre-Engineers

This scholarship was donated by The Helping Fund and Ivy Tech Board Member Rollin Dick in honor of Robert Longardner.

To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must be seeking a pre-architect or pre-engineering degree
  • Students must maintain a 2.5 GPA
  • Students must have earned 16 credit hours
  • Students must be enrolled full-time
  • Students must have FAFSA on file



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Robinson Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established in memory of Willie & Vera Robinson.

To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must demonstrate financial need
  • Students must be enrolled full-time



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - ROI Campaign General Endowed Scholarship

This initiative is set up to help students who are stuggling financially to attend Ivy Tech and continue their studies through graduation.

To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must have a FAFSA on file
  • Students must complete a scholarship application



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Sonia Dickerson Scholarship

This scholarship was established by Sonia Dickerson. To be eligible:
  • Students must be a new and enrolled in a health-related program
  • Students must be residents of Marion County. Preference will be given to IPS graduates.
  • Students must submit an essay discussing what brought them to Ivy Tech and their decision to enter a health related field, as well as their goals.
  • Students must demonstrate financial need



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Sysco Indianapolis Scholarship

Sysco is the world's global foodservice leader.  Sysco Indianapolis wants to assist students enrolled in Hospitality Administration complete their education and make an impact on the industry.  

To be eligible students must:
  • ​Be enrolled at Ivy Tech Indianapolis Campus
  • Have a minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Be enrolled in a Hospitality Administration certificate or degree program
Students receiving Pell awards that comprise 100% of their tuition or whose employers or other agencies pay full tuition are not eligible.


Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - The Gene Haas Foundation Scholarship

This scholarship is made available through the generosity of The Gene Haas Foundation. Gene is committed to supporting manufacturing education and the manufacturing industry and seeks to grow American manufacturing by decreasing the skills gap. The scholarship supports NIMS credentialing for students in the CNC Machining program.

To be eligible:
• Students must enroll in the Machine Tool Technology program
• Scholarship covers the cost of tuition, books, some supplies*, individual NIMS credentials, and NIMS account. (*Includes tools that are a requirement for students' core class for CNC machine tool. Student must maintain and retain possession of all tools purchased with Gene Haas Foundation Scholarship funds)
• Students must maintain a 2.0 or higher GPA


Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - University Heights Scholarship

This scholarship is funded by University Heights Preparatory Academy, a K-12 charter school in Indianapolis. It provides for the costs of tuition and books while attending Ivy Tech Community College.

To be eligible, students must meet the following criteria:
-Maintain a 2.0 GPA or greater;
-Be a first-generation college student;
-Demonstrate financial need; and
-Attend Ivy Tech Indianapolis.

Priority will be given to undocumented students, those nearing completion or having a SAP status of Maximum Timeframe, and those who have graduated from University Heights Preparatory Academy, Fountain Square Academy or Fall Creek Academy in Indianapolis.


Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Wayne and Barbara Jennings Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was donated by Wayne and Barbara Jennings, longtime residents of central Indiana. The scholarship is designed to help promising students finish their degree program at Ivy Tech and embark on rewarding careers.

To be eligible:

  • Student must be enrolled in 9 credit hours or more
  • Student must have a GPA of at least 2.75
  • Student must not be receiving grants, third party payments, or other awards equaling 50% of their direct educational expenses
  • Student must have a FAFSA on file
  • Student must be a resident of Boone or Hendricks County

Preferred:

  • Students in a nursing, business or agriculture related program



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - William T. Harger Endowed Scholarship

William T. Harger (1904-1994) earned his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in science and education from Butler University, Indianapolis.  He taught chemistry, physics, and mathematics at Noblesville High School for 16 years.  Summer farming activities eventually grew into full time seed production and the seed processing facilities known as Harger Farms, Inc.  Mr. Harger was a civic leader, church and community supporter.  This scholarship is made possible because of Mr. Harger's financial success achieved through an excellent education and a strong work ethic.  It was established in his honor by his daughter, Susannah Harger Dillon (Mrs. James C.). This scholarship covers tuition, books, and fees.  Should the student choose to earn a bachelor’s degree at a state sponsored university in Indiana, this scholarship would follow him or her with the intent to cover the tuition cost of six (6) credit hours per semester for four (4) semesters.

​To be eligible students must be:

• An Indianapolis service area campus degree-seeking students with a high school diploma or GED who could not otherwise afford to go to Ivy Tech.
• No FAFSA is required.  
• Students must fill out the Ivy Tech scholarship application.
• The scholarship is renewable each year for Ivy Tech students in good standing until their associate degree is earned.  
• Preference for, but not limited to, undocumented or minority students.      
                                  

 


Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Working Man's Friend

This scholarship is sponsored by Betz & Associates, P.C.

To be eligible, students must have a GPA of at least 2.5 and demonstrate at least one of the following:

  • Students work 20 hours or more per week
  • Students are single parents
  • Students are the first in their family to attend college
  • Students meet the requirements to receive federal financial aid
  • Students must have a GPA of at least 2.5
  • Students must be enrolled full-time (12 or more credit hours)



Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site - Yvonne Perkins Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is made available through the generosity of memorial gifts and the Yvonne Perkins family.   Ms. Perkins was a strong supporter of Ivy Tech, where she served as President of the Regional Board of Trustees and co-chaired an incredibly successful campaign.  Ms. Perkins was a true champion of student success.

Recipients must be:
• In good academic standing with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or more
• Degree seeking
• Demonstrate financial need
 


Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site- Halo Fund Scholarship

The Halo Fund Scholarship was established by Eugene Helveston, M.D. for at risk students.  To be considered for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:
  • Recipients must have a declared major, have completed at least 9 credit hours and have earned a 2.0 GPA or higher.
Must demonstrate at least one of the following risk factors:
  • Be working while enrolled in school
  • Be a single parent
  • Be a first generation college student
  • Be enrolled in at least one remedial course
  • Demonstarted financial need as noted by FAFSA
A thank you note to the donor is required from the selected scholarship recipient.
 


Indianapolis and Hamilton County Campuses, Plainfield Site- Harvey S. Poling, Jr. Scholarship - Central Indiana

This scholarship, held by the Ivy Tech Foundation, was established as a tribute to a veteran teacher and Ivy Tech administrator, Harvey S. Poling, Jr. to allow students in need to continue and finish their education in a timely fashion.

To be eligibile for this award:

  • Students must be at least 28 years of age
  • Students must have completed at least one-half of their program of study and be enrolled at least part-time
  • Students must have a minimum 3.0 GPA.
  • Students must have a financial need and must have completed a current FAFSA



Indianapolis Campus and Plainfield Site - Bright Ideas in Broad Ripple

This scholarship was established by Bright Ideas in Broad Ripple. It was created to assist a student in need in Central Indiana. The scholarship is awarded through the ombudsman. This scholarship is for tuition, fees and books only.

To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must demonstrate financial need

Preferred:

  • Students who are single parents



Indianapolis Campus and Plainfield Site - Avon Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded to students who live in Avon, Indiana. Awards are limited to tuition and fees for no more than 12 credit hours each semester.

To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must reside in Avon town limits
  • Students must complete the FAFSA
  • Students must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or greater



Indianapolis Campus and Plainfield Site - Bowen Scholarship for Latinx Students

The Bowen Scholarship for Latinx Students seeks to support Latino and Latina students at the Indianapolis campus who are enrolled in programs related to trades and high-wage, high-demand employment upon graduation. 

To be eligible for the scholarship students should:
  • Be of Hispanic heritage
  • Enrolled in at least 6 credit hours per semester(fall/spring)
  • Maintain a cumulative GPA  of  2.5 or higher
  • Major in: Advanced Manufacturing,  Automotive and Diesel Technology, Building Construction Management, Electrical Engineering Technology, Engineering, HVAC, Industrial Technology, Machine Tool Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology



Indianapolis Campus and Plainfield Site - Busted Knuckle Endowed Scholarship for Automotive Students

This scholarship was established for Ivy Tech Central Indiana Automotive Technology Program students by an alumnus of the program.

To be eligible for the Busted Knuckle Scholarship:
  • Students must be enrolled in the Automotive Technology Program at Ivy Tech Indianapolis,
  • Students must have completed 6 hours of AUTC program level courses (to be confirmed by the program chair before awarding)
  • Students must maintain a 2.5 overall GPA
  • Students must be eligible for financial aid and meet the requirements set by Ivy Tech & the federal government.

 

Preference will be given to:

  • Students who have completed the Ivy Tech scholarship application
  • Previous Busted Knuckle scholars.

 




Indianapolis Campus and Plainfield Site - Culinary School Scholarship

This scholarship is for Culinary Arts students at Ivy Tech.

To be eligible for this award, applicants must be in the Culinary Arts program and meet ONE of these criteria:

  • Students work 30+ hours per week
  • Students are single parents
  • Students are first in family to attend college
  • Students are taking 12 credit hours or less per semester
  • OR if no other criteria met, students must demonstrate financial need



Indianapolis Campus and Plainfield Site - Evan DeMarinis Memorial Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship is in memory of Evan DeMarinis. It is available to full-time Hospitality Administration students in the amount of $500.

To be eligible:
 - Student must be declared major in Culinary Arts, Hospitality Administration, or a related field
 - Must maintained GPA of 2.75
 - Must have successfully completed at least one semester or 12 credit hours
 


Indianapolis Campus and Plainfield Site - For The Love of Chocolate

This scholarship was created by the For The Love of Chocolate Foundation for Ivy Tech baking and pastry students. The scholarship is intended to celebrate and support those students who volunteer their time and talent within the program. Requires program chair approval/verification and thank you letter.

To be eligble students must:
  • have a minumum cumulative 2.5 GPA 
  • enrolled in Baking or Pastry degree program
  • preference will be given to Baking club members and students that volunteer at the FLOC events



Indianapolis Campus and Plainfield Site - Jeffrey Brooks Baking and Pastry Scholarship

This scholarship was established by David and Sandra Brooks in memory of Jeffrey Brooks.

To be eligible for the award:

  • Students must have a declared major in Baking and Pastry and be in good academic standing
  • Students with the greatest financial need will be given preference during the selection process



IT Scholarship

This scholarship was started in the fall of 2019 by Professor Paul Dadosky to help IT students achieve thier education goals. Requirements are: Major in any IT program at the Lawrenceburg/Batesville campus; Scholarship may be used for tuition, fees & books; Students must have 12 earned credit hours and a 3.5 or better cumulative GPA; Be degree, certificate or credential seeking. Priority will be given to students who demonstrate leadership in school clubs or organizations.


IU Credit Union Scholarship

The IU Credit Union Scholarship is established by the Donor to support students attending the Bloomington campus of Ivy Tech Community College. 
 
Available funds shall be awarded each fall and spring term based in the following criteria. 
 
Applicants must:
  • Have a FAFSA on file with the Office of Financial Aid; 
  • Be in good academic standing; 
  • Be registered for at least 4 credit hours;
  • Be a member in good standing of the IU Credit Union;
  • Not be an IU Credit Union employee or official. Family members of IU Credit Union employees or officials are also ineligible. Ineligible family members include: spouse, son, daughter, stepson, stepdaughter, sibling, father, or mother.                                                                                                                                             
It is the intent of IU Credit Union to recognize scholarship recipients each year at its annual meeting, held in the spring at the offices of the IU Credit Union in Bloomington, Indiana. Recipients are expected to make every effort to be available for this stewardship opportunity.


IU Health Staff Scholarships in Radiation Therapy

The IU Health Staff Scholarships in Radiation Therapy were established by the Honorable P. A. Mack, Jr. to assist students enrolled in the Ivy Tech Bloomington Radiation Therapy Program and who wish to pursue careers in this field. This scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring semesters to the same student(s) as long as he/she remains in good standing at Ivy Tech Bloomington.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Student must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and remain in good academic standing at Ivy Tech Bloomington for the duration of the scholarship; and
  • Student must prepare an essay describing their interest in working in the field of Radiation Therapy. The essay should reflect career aspirations, plans after graduation and the applicant’s commitment to civic engagement.



Ivy Tech Board of Trustees Scholarship

Endowed & established by the Reg. Board of Trustees to support students in pursuit of higher ed. & improved job skills. New or current student; home campus-Columbus. Covers tuition, fees, & other college related expenses, transportation or childcare.


Ivy Tech Community College / Prosser School of Technology Scholarship for Harrison County

The Harrison County Community Foundation holds the Ivy Tech Community College/Prosser School of Technology scholarship through a match from the Paul Ogle Foundation. First priority is for residents of Harrison County who have attended Prosser School of Technology and have met the College admissions requirements. Residents of Clark, Floyd, or Washington counties may be considered in the event there are no applicants from Harrison County.
  • Prosser School of Technology transcript may be submitted with the scholarship application.
  • Residents of Clark, Floyd, or Washington counties may be considered in the event there are no applicants from Harrison County who meet the criteria
  • Enrolled at Ivy Tech Sellersburg campus

 


Ivy Tech Latino

Selection criteria: first or second generation Latino; enrolled in at least 6 credit hours at the South Bend campus; minimum GPA of 2.75; received or participated in at least one of the following: honors, awards, extra-curricular activities or community service; financial need; essay of not more than 300 words on a problem facing the Latino community and how it can be resolved and a letter of recommendation from a teacher or counselor/ advisor or instructor/ or a clergy person or friend.


J. Scott & Tina Kleppe Endowed Scholarship

J. Scott and Tina Kleppe created this scholarship to provide a pathway for student success. Students must be enrolled in Industrial Technology or Advanced Manufacturing programs; Associate's Degree, Technical Certificate or Certificate seeking student; earned 24 or more credit hours, be a US Citizen; have a cumulative GPA of 2.8 or better; do not receive Pell; are not a senior scholar and attend the Valparaiso Campus. Funds may only be used for tuition, books and fees.
 


J.F. Harris Endowment

This scholarship was established by family members of James and Pauline Harris. James and Pauline were two people who deeply valued education and placed an emphasis on its importance for all individuals, especially for those seeking a nursing degree.
 
To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must be studying nursing;
  • Students must have declared a degree;
  • Students must have completed at least one semester and be currently enrolled in six credit hours;
  • Students must demonstrate a financial need;
  • Students must complete the General Scholarship Essay; and
  • Students must provide a letter of reference from an employer and/or a faculty member.



Jack R. Madore Memorial Scholarship in Design Technology

The Jack R. Madore Memorial Scholarship in Design Technology is established by the donor in memory of her husband, Jack Madore, whose professional life was enriched by work in the skilled trades, particularly those related to design and engineering.

Eligibility Criteria:
 
  • Must be enrolled in the Design Technology program at the Bloomington campus of Ivy Tech Community College;
  • Must have a FAFSA on file with the Office of Financial Aid; and
  • Must be in good academic standing.
When possible, the scholarship will support a single student through his/her academic career at Ivy Tech. 


Jackson County Co-op Credit Union Scholarship

This scholarship is established by the Jackson County Co-op Credit Union ((JCCCU) to offer financial support to students within the JCCCU membership area who are enrolled in the Agriculture program at Ivy Tech Columbus.  Must reside in Jackson, Bartholomew or Jennings County.


James Bannister Welding Technology Scholarship

This scholarship is made possible through the generosity of James Bannister and community donors for the purpose of supporting the educational advancement of Valparaiso campus Welding students. 


James G. Heinzen Memorial Endowed Scholarship

The James G. Heinzen Memorial Endowed Scholarship was established to honor the life, work and legacy of Jim Heinzen. Jim was a wonderful husband and devoted father. He was equally passionate about his almost 27 years of service to Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington, where he served in many divisions, including human resources, continuing education, and, in his final years, academic affairs. As an academic dean, Jim stewarded Business, Computing and Informatics, Hospitality and Public Services programs with passion, commitment and excellence. Through this scholarship we want Jim's memory to live forever, as it will in our hearts.

Eligibility Criteria:

  1. Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0;

  2. Must be enrolled in a Business or Hospitality degree program;  

  3. Must have completed at least 24 credit hours toward their degree;  

  4. Must have graduated or achieved equivalent credential from a high school in the Ivy Tech Bloomington service area of Greene, Lawrence, Martin, Monroe, Morgan, or Owen Counties;  

  5. Must submit a personal statement (approximately 150 words) addressing the question, "Why is college important to you?"




James G. Heinzen Scholarship for Fine and Culinary Arts

The James G. Heinzen Scholarship for Fine and Culinary Arts at Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington honors the life, work and legacy of Jim Heinzen, a loving brother and father, and an esteemed administrator, instructor and colleague who served the Bloomington campus for more than 26 years.

The scholarship is intended to support students who are passionate about pursuing a career in fine or culinary arts and to foster creativity and artistic excellence in the greater Bloomington community.
                                                                                                                                                                                        Eligibility Criteria:
  1. Must be enrolled in a fine arts or culinary arts degree program through the Bloomington campus of Ivy Tech Community College;    
  2. Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0;
  3. Must be in their second (or equivalent) year of studies and have completed at least 24 credit hours toward their degree;
  4. Must submit a portfolio of their work (8-12 digital images in .jpg or higher resolution file format; CD or flash drive). Applicants are encouraged to select works that demonstrate artistic range as an artist.
  5. Must submit a one-page (approx. 500 words) artistic statement that answers the question, "Why do you create?" Students may consider this question with the following prompts in mind:
    • What or who inspires you in your work?
    • Describe your personal artistic journey.
    • How do you hope to incorporate artistry into your career goals?
    • How will this scholarship help you achieve those?
Please submit your portfolio and artistic statement to Express Enrollment Center or email to Alex Williams at cwilliams1024@ivytech.edu

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James L. Steck Legacy Scholarship - Richmond

This scholarship was created in 2012 to honor Chancellor James L. Steck for 27 years of service. During his tenure he guided the College through unprecedented growth and renovation. His service to the College, students, faculty, staff and numerous local, regional, and statewide committees helped shape post-secondary education and economic development in the state of Indiana as well as the Richmond region. This scholarship honors his integrity, leadership and vision.

  • Admitted at the Richmond campus/service area
  • Student must have GPA of of 3.0 or higher;
  • Extracurricular Activities are 4H or Athletics or  Band or Community Service  or Staff Senate or Other





Jane Elizabeth Henson Endowed Scholarship

The Jane Elizabeth Henson Endowed Scholarship at Ivy Tech Community College-
Bloomington honors the legacy of Jane Henson, who served the Bloomington campus for over 20 years as an engaged, committed and highly regarded instructor in the School of Computing and Information Science.

The scholarship is intended to support and encourage working adults who are returning to complete their education or to upgrade professional skills and further their career advancement. An award will be made each fall term as funds are available to a student meeting the following criteria:
 
  • Must be a student in good standing and enrolled in at least 3 credit hours through the Bloomington campus of Ivy Tech Community College;
  • Must be a returning adult (have not been enrolled in higher education during the preceding five-year period) or non-traditional student;
  • Preference will be given to students who are currently enrolled in, or have successfully completed, an introductory course in personal computing;
  • Must have a FAFSA on-file with the Ivy Tech Office of Financial Aid.



Janet L. Geib Endowed Scholarship

Janet Geib is the chair emerita (retired) of the Office Administration program. She was also one of the first instructors hired at Ivy Tech Northeast in 1969. This scholarship is for students enrolled in the Office Administration program.
 
To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must have a 2.5 GPA or higher;
  • Student must be at their program’s second semester of study or beyond;
  • Students must submit a 200–300-word essay on their career interests and goals and how this scholarship will make a difference in completing their studies; and
  • Student must be paying for their own education and cannot qualify for Pell Grants or other forms of government financial aid.



Jean O. and Donald B. Korb Family Scholarship

Applicants of the Jean O. and Donald B. Korb scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Two students will be selected. One student must be a degree seeking within the School of Health Sciences studying nursing and the other student within the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences; have a minimum GPA of 2.5; and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fee, and book costs.




Jeanette Freestone MEAS

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Anderson campus
-Enrolled in one of the following majors: the Associate of Science in Nursing-Practical Nursing program 

Priority consideration will be given to students with a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA.




Jeannie Heuer Liberal Arts/General Studies Completion Endowed Scholarship

The Jeannie Heuer Liberal Arts/General Studies Completion Endowed Scholarship is named in honor of Jeannie Heuer, a part-time faculty member who taught at Ivy Tech continuously from August 1992 to May 2014. Jeannie’s persistence and commitment to duty, her belief in life-long learning, and her empathy toward others exemplify the traits that a successful Liberal Arts/General Studies student and graduate should strive to emulate. This scholarship is awarded to deserving students who have demonstrated strong potential to live up to and carry on Jeannie Heuer’s legacy.

The Jeannie Heuer Liberal Arts/General Studies Completion Endowed Scholarship is intended to recognize students at Ivy Tech Bloomington's campus who demonstrate academic excellence, persistence, the intent to continue their academic career through the pursuit of a baccalaureate degree, and a commitment to community service.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Students must have either:
    • Completed their program of study for the Associate of Arts or Associate of Science in Liberal Arts or the Associate of General Studies degree program; or
    • Enrolled in the final classes required to complete their program of study in the Associate of Arts or Associate of Science in Liberal Arts or the Associate of General Studies degree program;
  • Students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or higher;
  • Students must be nominated by an Ivy Tech Liberal Arts faculty member;
  • Preference will be given to students who have applied for admission at a 4-year degree-granting institution with the intent of pursuing a baccalaureate degree; and
  • Preference will be given to students who have demonstrated a commitment to civic engagement through volunteerism, community service, and/or service learning.



Jefferson County Scholarship

This scholarship endowment was established by Lilly Foundation, Inc. in partnership with the Jefferson County community to assist Jefferson County residents attending Ivy Tech Community College Madison Campus. This scholarship is an investment that makes possible better career opportunities for Jefferson County residents in order that they might improve style of life and contribute to the economic vitality of Jefferson County, Indiana.
 
To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Be enrolled at a campus in the Madison.
  • May choose any degree program.
  • Demonstrate financial need.
  • Demonstrate academic success by earning a cumulative High School or College GPA of 3.0 or greater.
  • Be enrolled as a full- or part-time student.
  • Be a resident of Jefferson County, Indiana.

AWARD: Varies. USE: Tuition, books or fees. SEMESTER: Fall or Spring.
 




Jeffrey A. Whitfield, Sr. Memorial Scholarship

The Jeffrey A. Whitfield, Sr. Memorial Scholarship is designed to support students pursuing degrees in the Hospitality Administration program at Ivy Tech Bloomington. This scholarship is awarded in the spring semester.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must be enrolled in the Hospitality Administration program at Ivy Tech Bloomington;
  • Student must have a minimum GPA of 2.5;
  • Student must be enrolled in a minimum of six (6) credit hours;
  • Student must have completed 12 credit hours of instruction; and
  • Student must be a U.S. citizen.



Jeffrey and Melissa Scott Minority Scholarship

Chancellor Jeffrey Scott and his wife, Melissa, created this scholarship to assist minority male students at the 
Ivy Tech Muncie/New Castle Campus.  Priority given to males applying or enrolled in a limited enrollment program. 
Must meet the following requirements:
-Be enrolled at the Ivy Tech Muncie/New Castle Campus;
-Be a Male student;
-Earned a Cumulative 3.0 GPA 


Jennifer Miller Browning and Mark DeWitt Browning Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Jennifer Miller Browning and Mark DeWitt Browning scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must be a degree seeking student; have a minimum GPA of 2.5; and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.




Jennings County Scholarship

This scholarships was established to provide students from Jennings County with financial assistance in pursuing post-secondary education.




Jennings D. Carter and Ann Y. Carter Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Jennings D. Carter and Ann Y. Carter scholarship must be enrolled at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Applicants must plan on continuing their education and earn a degree from the University of Southern Indiana. Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.




Jennings D. Carter and Josephine K. Carter Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Jennings D. Carter and Josephine K. Carter scholarship must be enrolled at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Applicants must plan on continuing their education an earn a degree from the University of Southern Indiana. Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.


Jerald Good Scholarship

Jerald Good is the president and CEO of Focus Enterprises Inc. This scholarship is intended to help defray the cost for students pursuing an internship in hotel management through the Focus Institute. The scholarship will be awarded three times per year—fall, spring, and summer semesters.
 
To be eligible for this award:
  • Students must have a 2.0 GPA or higher;
  • Students must be enrolled in the Business Administration program and pursuing a Technical Certificate in Hotel Management; and
Student must complete 27 credit hours prior to the management training internship


Jerin and Caleb Hunnicutt Endowed Scholarship

For Huntington County Residents 26 years of age or younger that have completed at least one semester at Ivy Tech Community College or have completed at least one semester at another college or university.  Applicants must be a Huntington County resident or attend a Huntington County High School.  Students must have a GPA of 3.00 or higher and been involved with the Huntington County Boys and Girls club or another type of community service.


Jerry Cage Memorial Scholarship

The Jerry Cage Memorial Scholarship for Advanced Automation and Robotics Technology was established by the Cage family as a tribute to Jerry Cage's contribution to Ivy Tech students and his legacy.   Candidates must be in the AART (Advanced Automation Robotics Technology) program at the South Bend campus, have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better, and must be in good academic standing. Candidates must have an AART instructor recommendation and must have completed (2) 8-week sessions before applying.  Students must write a thank you letter to the Cage family.  This scholarship is not refundable and may only be used for books and tuition.



Jerry L. Quirk Memorial Scholarship

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Muncie campus
-GPA of at least 3.0. 
-Prefer candidates enrolled in a building trades-related program.
-Essay Required

Priority consideration will be given to students with a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA.




Jesse Ballew Family Scholarship

Provides support to students attending Ivy Tech Community College in Sellersburg. Must have a 2.5 GPA on 4.0 scale. Preference for this scholarship is awarded to high school seniors who meet the following guidelines: students who are members of Graceland Baptist Church, or students who have graduated from Christian Academy of Indiana, or students who have graduated from a religious-based high school, or students who are high school graduates from Clark or Floyd counties.


Jill Shafer-Quate

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Anderson campus
-Enrolled in one of the following majors: Medical Assisting- Health Care Support program
-Essay Required

Priority consideration will be given to students with a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA.




Jimmie D. Brantley Memorial Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Jimmie D. Brantley Memorial scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Campus (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs. Should the recipient continue to meet the criteria, the scholarship may be renewed for one additional year.




JM2 Webdesigners Jump Start Scholarship

Student must submit anessay of up to 250 words, answering:  "What impact will the JM2 Webdesigners Jump Start Scholarship have on your education?"  Students must have a GPA of 3.50 or higher and enrolled in the current semester. Students must have successfully completed 15 credit hours or more in a degree program leading to a certificate, technical certificate and/or Associates degree with a major within the School of Computing and Infomatics. Students can attend classes at any Northwest Region campus and must reside in one of the seven counties serviced by the Ivy tech Northwest Region (Jasper, Lake, La Porte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski). The scholarship may be used for tuition, fees and/or books.

Students must complete the General Scholarship Essay. In your essay, please explain the impact that receiving a scholarship would have on your education.

DONOR IS PART OF THE SELECTION PROCESS

 


Jo Ann G. Dever Scholarship Endowed

This scholarship is for part-time or full-time nursing students. Preference is given to students enrolled in the Practical Nursing program. Additional preference is given to returning adults.
 
To be eligible for this award:
  • Students must have a 2.0 GPA or higher;
  • Student must be at their program’s second semester of study or beyond; and
  • Students must demonstrate a financial need.
 
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Joan B McNagny Scholarship

The late Joan McNagny was Ivy Tech’s first female chair for the statewide board of trustees in 1979–80. This scholarship is for part-time or full-time students enrolled in the Early Childhood Education program or the Human Services program. Priority is given to students in the Early Childhood Education program. The application deadline is August 31.
 
To be eligible for this award:
  • Students must have a high GPA along with a faculty recommendations; and
  • Students must be enrolled in either the Early Childhood Education program or the Human Services program.



Joan Olcott Scholarship in Healthcare

The Joan Olcott Scholarships in Healthcare were created in 2006 by the late Joan Olcott to assist students committed in completing a degree program that will lead to their employment in the field of health care. These scholarships are awarded in the fall and spring semesters.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0;
  • Student must remain in good standing at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus for the duration of the scholarship; and
  • Student must be pursuing a degree in healthcare at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus.

Preference will be given to students pursuing degrees in nursing, radiation therapy, respiratory care or kinesiology (patient contact professions).
 




Jodi & Mike Engelstad Nursing

Established by Jodi and Mike Engelstad to provide assistance to students in either the Nursing or Practical Nursing Programs. Amount: $500; Must be pursuing a TC in Practical Nursing OR AS in Nursing; Must have completed one semester in program; Home campus - Columbus/Franklin Scholarship may be used for tuition, fees, class materials and books in that order. If these are covered through other types of assistance, the scholarship may then be used for transportation and childcare expenses.


Joe & Roma Meyer Agricultural - Richmond

The purpose of this scholarship created by Ivy Tech Trustee Joe Meyer, local industrialist and farmer, is to encourage continued education in the agricultural field. To receive this endowed scholarship the student must be enrolled in an agricultural-related program. Preference is given to graduates of high schools in the Ivy Tech Richmond service area. Scholarship funds may be used for tuition, fees, books, supplies or equipment required for a students participation in a course.

  • Student must be admitted to the Richmond campus/service area
  • Student must be admitted to an agricultural-related program





Joe and Connie Bumbleburg

The Joe and Connie Bumbleburg Scholarship Endowment was established to honor the long and dedicated service of Mr. Joe Bumbleburg to the Lafayette campus. His friends and colleagues gave a most fitting gift to Joe and his wife, Connie, of an endowed scholarship for a student in the Public and Social Services Program. To qualify for this award students must be enrolled in the Lafayette campus Public and Social services program, maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA, and be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours. Funds may be used for tuition, books or fees.
 




John & Ann Barney Family Foundation Scholarship

This Scholarship was established by the John & Ann Barney Family Foundation to assist students in the Business Program at any Ivy Tech Northwest campus to achieve academic success.  Students must have declared a major in the School of Business, have a GPA of 2.75 or higher, have successfully completed 12 credit hours or more in a degree program.  Students must attend classes at the Lake County campus - East Chicago or Gary sites or Valparaiso campuses and reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties).  The award may only be used for tuition, books, supplies and other expenses directly related to the cost of attendance. 


John and Cathleen Cameron Radiation Therapy Scholarship

The John and Cathleen Cameron Radiation Therapy scholarship was established by the family and friends of the late John Cameron and Cathleen Cameron to assist students who are seeking a degree in Radiation Therapy at Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington. This scholarship is awarded to one student in the fall and again in the spring as long as the student remains in good standing.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Student must be enrolled in the Radiation Therapy Program at Ivy Tech Bloomington;
  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA form should be on file;
  • Student must be a degree seeking student; and
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0.
Selection is based on the student's overall professionalism and clinical competency.
 


John C. & Martha Marr Glick Scholarship

This scholarship was established to encourage and support students attaining their educational goals. Degree Declared. Home campus = Columbus. Successfully completed 12 program hours in program of choice. Scholarship will be available to cover tuition, fees, other college related expenses or childcare, as appropriate




John R Warren Memorial

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Anderson, Marion, Muncie, or Henry Co. campus  -Completed 30 credit hours in a School of Health Sciences or
-School of Nursing program enrolled in one of the following majors:
-Associate of Science in Nursing-Dental Assisting
-Dental Hygiene-Electroneurodiagnostics-Health Care Support
-Health Information Technology-Imaging Sciences
-Medical Assisting-Medical Laboratory Technology
-Paramedic Science-Physical Therapist Assistant
-Practical Nursing-Radiation Therapy -Respiratory Care
-Surgical Technology-Therapeutic Massage
-GPA that is 3.0 or better. 

Priority consideration will be given to students with a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA.




John R. and Jane D. Dragoo & Family Scholarship

John "Hap" and Jane Dragoo established this scholarship in 2015 for Ivy Tech students living in Wabash County.  Hap and Jane moved to Wabash in 1961 when Hap began practicing medicine. Hap and Jane both graduated from Indiana University and have a deep respect for education as well as the financial strain schooling can create.  After retiring from medicine, Hap began teaching anatomy and physiology classes at Ivy Tech in Wabash.

This is a $400 annual award scholarship

Scholarship criteria:

  • must have 2.5 minimum GPA
  • must reside in Wabash County
  • must complete current year FAFSA
  • must demonstrate financial need
  • must complete Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • must be a United States citizen


Preference given to students:

  • Attending Wabash Campus
  • Graduated from one of the following high schools: Northfield, Southwood, Wabash, or Manchester


Scholarship may be used for tuition, fees or books




 


John W. Anderson Foundation

This scholarship is made possible through the generosity of the John W. Anderson Foundation for the purpose of supporting students’ educational advancement. To be eligible for this award, students must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, must have successfully completed 30 credit hours or more in a degree program, be full or part-time, must have declared a major, must be degree seeking, must attend classes at Ivy Tech Northwest campus (Lake County, Michigan City or Valparaiso campuses) and must reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties).  These scholarship funds must be used for tuition, books and fees.




John W. Anderson Foundation Scholarship - Valparaiso

Students must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, must have successfully completed 30 credit hours or more in a degree program, be full or part-time, must have declared a major, must be degree seeking, must attend classes at Ivy Tech Northwest campus (Valparaiso, Michigan City, or Lake County) and must reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties).  These scholarship funds must be used for tuition, books and fees.



Johnson Scholarship - Richmond

Thanks to the generosity of the late Norman and Mary Johnson, both longtime Union County residents, a special scholarship for Union County residents was established. A candidate must be a Union County resident or a graduate of Union County High School. The scholarship, for full and part-time students, may be used for tuition, books, transportation, and travel associated with attending Ivy Tech Community College.

  • Student must be admitted to Richmond campus/service area
  • A resident of Union County OR Graduate of Union County High School





Joseph E. Rood, Jr. Memorial Scholarship

Applicants of the Joseph E. Rood, Jr. Memorial scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Students must be a degree seeking student from Vanderburgh, Warrick, Posey or Gibson County enrolled in Paramedic Science Program; must be enrolled in PAR 111 to PAR 221; have a minimum GPA of 2.5; and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.




Joyce Poling Nurse-Family Partnership Endowed Scholarship

The Joyce Poling Nurse-Family Partnership Endowed Scholarship is established by the Donor to help first-time parents pursue post-secondary education at the Bloomington campus of Ivy Tech Community College. This scholarship is awarded in the fall semester.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Candidate must meet the following criteria:
•  Must be a current participant in or have successfully completed the Indiana Nurse-Family Partnership program of IU Health Community Health in Bloomington, Indiana;
•  Must complete the Ivy Tech System Student Scholarship Application; and
•  Recipient must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours (or equivalent) at the Bloomington campus by July 28 prior to their first fall term at Ivy Tech Community College.



Juanita Burnett Marchand Nursing Scholarship Endowment

The Juanita Burnett Marchand Nursing Scholarship was created to encourage students to pursue a career in nursing. To qualify for this scholarship, students must attend classes in the Lafayette region, maintain a GPA of at least 2.0 and be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours of classes. In addition, students must be US citizens pursuing degrees in nursing with the intent of becoming certified as registered nurses (RN).  Funds may be used for tuition, books and fees.


Julia Gatsos Scholarship

This scholarship was established by the family of Julia Gatsos, a former Ivy Tech Nursing Instructor, lifelong nurse, and nursing education advocate, to honor her memory and the impact she made on the lives of so many.

To be eligible for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Be admitted to the RN nursing program at Ivy Tech Sellersburg;
  • Earn a GPA 2.5 or higher; and,
  • Must have financial need.



Julian Tinoco Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was created in memory of Julian Tinoco by his family and friends to honor Julian's life by helping students achieve their dreams.


Kathy and Randy Vernon Opportunity Scholarship

This scholarship was established by Board of Trustees member Kathy Vernon and her husband Randy. To qualify, candidates must have participated in the "Jobs for America's Graduates" program through WorkOne within five years of the selection. Candidates must also have a minimum 2.0 GPA, be enrolled in at least six credit hours and from the following Ivy Tech locations: Lafayette, Crawfordsville, Frankfort, Kokomo, Logansport, Monticello, Peru or Rochester. Preference will be made for students pursuing an Associate degree with demonstrated financial need. Funds may be used for tuition, books or fees.


Kay Brock International Student Scholarship

The Kay Brock International Student Scholarship is intended to promote global diversity at Ivy Tech Bloomington by encouraging foreign student attendance. This scholarship is intended to pay the out-of-state tuition for one (1), three (3) credit hour course. This scholarship is awarded in the spring semester.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Student must be an international student with a current student visa (F1 Status);
  • Student must have successfully completed 12 credit hours at Ivy Tech Bloomington; and
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0.

Preference will be given to students enrolled in a POLS course.
 




Kay Leach Endowed Nursing Scholarship

The Kay Leach Endowed Nursing Scholarship was established by Drs. James and Carol Litten Touloukian to honor Kay Leach, former School of Health Sciences Program Chair, to assist a student that has received a Practical Nursing certificate from Ivy Tech Bloomington and is pursuing an Associate of Science in nursing degree. This scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring semesters.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0;
  • Student must be a graduate of the Ivy Tech Bloomington Practical Nursing program.; and
  • Student must be enrolled in the Ivy Tech Bloomington Associate of Science in Nursing program.



Keith Klein Memorial Endowed Scholarship

The Keith Klein Memorial Endowed Scholarship was established by friends and colleagues of Keith Klein to provide scholarship support to Ivy Tech students who experience financial need. Funds for the scholarship will be awarded annually.
 
To accomplish that goal, the following criteria must be met:
 
  1. Applicants must demonstrate financial need;
 
The scholarship will be utilized to maximize the capacity of the fund annually. Award is divided equally between the fall and spring terms as long as the recipient remains in good academic standing for the duration of the academic year.



Kelley Health Sciences and Nursing Fund

This scholarship is named for Dr. Jack Kelley, a surgeon who helped develop the Surgical Technology program and continues to support Health Sciences though this scholarship. To qualify students must be enrolled one of the Health Sciences programs, maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA and be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours, with preference going to a single mother. Funds may be used for tuition, books or fees.




Ken and Peggy Briner

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Muncie campus
-Essay Required
-Resident of Delaware County
-Enrolled in a technology related program in one of the following majors:

  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • Automotive Technology
  • Aviation Maintenance Technology
  • Building Construction Management
  • Construction Technology
  • Design Technology
  • Electronics & Computer Technology
  • Energy Technology
  • HVAC
  • Industrial Technology
  • Machine Tool Technology
  • Manufacturing Production and Operations
  • Biotechnology
  • Chemical Technology
  • Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Engineering Technology
  • Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Nanotechnology
  • Pre-Engineering
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Computer Information Technology
  • Information Security



Ken Staley Scholarship

This scholarship is available through the Ivy Tech Foundation and established to honor Ken Staley. Ken, who died in 1983 after a battle with cancer, was a dedicated Dean of Student and Instructional Affairs at Ivy Tech Sellersburg.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Preference given to students enrolled in the following programs: Design Technology, Computer Technology, or Industrial Technology at Ivy Tech Sellersburg
  • Recommended 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale.
  • Must have a demonstrated financial need by filing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)



Kendra King YMCA

Applicants of the Kendra King YMCA Achievers $500 Scholarship must be attending the Muncie campus, a resident of Delaware County, and an active participant in the YMCA Achievers Program. Priority consideration will be given to students who complete the scholarship essay and also have a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA. Essay Required.




Kenneth A. Christmon Memorial Scholarship - Richmond

The goal of this scholarship is to recognize the success and impact that Ken Christmon had on the lives of those around him and to continue his legacy. Students who have a need and hail from an underrepresented minority group may apply for this scholarship. A grade point of 2.5 or better is preferred, but not necessary. Ken acknowledged that life sometimes caused struggles and the grade point was not always reflective of a persons commitment or abilities. The scholarship award may be given over consecutive years, but it is not a guaranteed award.

  • Students must be admitted to the Richmond/Connersville Campus
  • Students should have a 2.500 GPA or higher
  • Students must be a minority
  • This is a renewable scholarship





Kenneth Long Memorial Scholarship

The Kenneth Long Memorial scholarship was established by friends, family and, Ivy Tech Bloomington staff to pay tribute to former student Kenneth Long. This scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring semesters.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0;
  • Student must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours; and
  • Student must be enrolled in the Accounting, Business Administration or Early Childhood Education programs at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus.



Kevin Tullis Memorial Scholarship

The scholarship is offered in memory of Dr. Kevin Tullis who served as the Dean of Business & Public Service from early 2016 until he passed away in December of 2017. Kevin was a dedicated educator who grew up in rural Alabama. He believed in our students and was especially concerned about the issues facing young African American male students as they navigate the world of higher education. Whereas this scholarship is not restricted to African American Males, minority males are encouraged to apply.


Kirby Russell Memorial Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants to the Kirby Russell Memorial Scholarship must be degree seeking in the Paramedic Science program at the Evansville Campus (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City); Funds contributed will be used to provide one or more scholarship awards.  Eligible students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FASFA on file with Ivy Tech.  The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, & book costs.  Students need not be continuously enrolled.  Should the recipient continue to meet the criteria, the scholarship may be renewed.


Kosciusko County Early Childhood Education Scholarship

Kosciusko County students with financial need who are pursuing early childhood learning credentials at Ivy Tech Warsaw.  Students must be working in a child care or early learning environment and do not have access to TEACH scholarship through employer.


Krista Morisen Green Technology Endowed - Richmond

Named after the instructor of the Science of Traditional and Alternative Energy class in May 2012, this scholarship was created as result of the recycling class project. The endowment was created to help other students who may or may not qualify for financial aid. This scholarship was created by the SCIN 101 class to bring awareness to green technology initiatives.






Kroot Scholarship

This scholarship was established to encourage students in the Childhood Connections, Inc./Route 21 Program to attend Ivy Tech Community College in order to pursue educational and career goals, and to support the students financially in this endeavor. Young men and women are eligible for this program/scholarship. Amount: Up to $1,000 per year; Bartholomew County Resident; High School graduate or GED equivalent required; Must be actively participating in the Route 21 Program; Must have GPA of 2.5 or greater; Must be enrolled in 6 or more credit hours; Must be pursuing a Technical Certificate or Associate Degree; Must have FAFSA on file; A student may receive an award for consecutive years in order to complete the program; Scholarship will be available to cover tuition and books only.


Kyvik Nursing Scholarship

This scholarship is for part-time or full-time nursing students. Preference is given to students enrolled in the Practical Nursing program. Additional preference is given to returning adults.
 
To be eligible for this award:
  • Students must have a 2.0 GPA or higher;
  • Student must be at their program’s second semester of study or beyond; and
  • Students must demonstrate a financial need.
 
 


LaHayne Family Endowment Fund

This scholarship is made possible through the generosity of the LaHayne family for the purpose of supporting students' educational advancement in the field of mortuary science.  Students must be registered in the Mortuary Science Program and be degree seeking, have a GPA of 3.25 or higher, and have completed a current FAFSA.  Student must attend classes at any Ivy Tech Northwest campus (Lake County, Michigan City or Valparaiso campuses) and reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties).
 


Lamkin Endowment Scholarship

The Lamkin Endowment Scholarship was created for the purpose of assisting students with purchasing textbooks. Gerald Lamkin served as the President of Ivy Tech Community College for nearly 25 years and retired in 2007. President Lamkin's incredible vision made Ivy Tech Community College a critical institution to the state's economic development. The only requirement for this award is that students must be enrolled at Ivy Tech Community College.


Latino Collaboration Table and Friends Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Must be degree seeking in any program at the Evansville Campus (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City); first or second generation Latino or Hispanic; enrolled in at least 6 credit hours; minimum GPA of 2.5;  received or participated in at least one of the following: honors, awards, extra-curricular activities or community service; financial need; essay of maximum of 300 words on a problem facing the Latino community and what you can do to help make positive changes; one letter of recommendation from a teacher or counselor/ advisor or instructor/ or a clergy person or friend. This scholarship can be used for tuition, books and fees. No FAFSA required.


Lawrenceburg Community Foundation Employee Fund

The Lawrenceburg Community Foundation Employee Fund Scholarship is made available for the general benefit of the student body based on greatest needs. An on-campus Lawrenceburg advisory group determines each year how funds will be distributed.
If funds are made available for scholarships, students may be considered who meet the following criteria:

  • Attend the Lawrenceburg campus.
  • Demonstrate academic success by earning a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater.
  • Demonstrate financial need by filing a current year FAFSA.
  • Complete the online Ivy Tech scholarship application.



Lawrenceburg Scholarship

This Lawrenceburg Scholarship is a general scholarship that provides financial assistance to students of Ivy Tech Community College.

To qualify for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Attend the Lawrenceburg Campus.
  • Demonstrate academic success by earning a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater.
  • Priority will be given to students who complete the annual online scholarship application.



Lawrenceburg Tri Kappa Scholarship

The purpose of the Lawrenceburg Chapter of Tri Kappa is to bring women into close, unselfish relationships for the promotion of charity, culture, and education. The Lawrenceburg Tri Kappa Chapter established this scholarship to support residents of Dearborn County who are enrolled at Ivy Tech Community College with their educational expenses.
 
To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Attend a campus in the Lawrenceburg or Batesville Service Area.
  • Be enrolled in a minimum of six (6) credit hours per semester.
  • Be enrolled in any degree program.
  • Demonstrate academic success by earning a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater.
  • Demonstrate financial need by filing a current year FAFSA.
  • Be a resident of Dearborn County, Indiana.

AWARD: $300. USE: Tuition, books and fees. SEMESTER: Fall and Spring.




Leepoxy Hospitality Management Scholarship

This scholarship honors local restaurant owners and champions of the service industry, to be selected by Larry Lee of Leepoxy. Preference is given to disadvantaged minority students in Hospitality Management/Culinary Arts.
 
To be eligible for this award:
  • Students must demonstrate a financial need.
  • Minimum GPA of 2.50



Legacy Foundation Scholarships of Lake County

The Legacy Foundation is a community foundation and the leading philanthropic partner serving Lake County, Indiana connecting people with resources since 1992.

The Legacy Foundation serves the community in five important ways:
  • Helping donors plan to invest and manage charitable assets.
  • Providing grants to organizations serving the Lake County Community.
  • Offering scholarships to Lake County students as motivation to graduate high school and attend college.
  • Collaborating with local leaders to solve problems and enhance residents' quality of life.
  • Serving as a mentor and resource center to ensure nonprofit organizations can effectively provide services to the community.
Legacy Foundation has awarded nearly $30 million in grants and scholarships to benefit organizations and individuals. It has helped more than 250 nonprofit groups with capacity-building initiatives and project funding.

Students interested in learning about or applying for more than the 20 scholarships that Legacy Foundation annually administers through a single online application are encouraged to access the weblink or blue Apply Now button provided immediately below. These scholarship requirements, deadlines and information are available at that external site. Note: Clicking the site from this page will close your Ivy Tech Community College scholarship browser.

These scholarships are managed entirely independent of Ivy Tech Community College, and students are encouraged to contact the Legacy Foundation with any questions.

Ivy Tech Community College Northwest and Ivy Tech Foundation appreciate the opportunity to support the Legacy Foundation and Lake County Community Foundation and share this information with our students.

http://www.legacyfdn.org/scholarships






Lenny Weingarten and Sam Jones AIA Scholarship

This scholarships is for students who are looking for a career in Design Technoloy and enorlled full or part time. 


Leonard Gardenour Criminal Justice Scholarship

Students who are admitted to or enrolled in an Ivy Tech Sellersburg Associate of Criminal Justice program at either full time or part time.  Eligible candidates must meet minimum academic requirements of Ivy Tech for admission to or continued enrollment.  Preference for awards shall be given to non-traditional students as defined by being 25 or older.  Applicants are required to complete the General Scholarship Essay portion of the scholarship application.  Students must maintain 2.5 GPA (on a 4.0 scale)  Scholarship assistance from the fund shall be used to help defray the full cost or any portion of the cost of any or all of the following: tuition, books, academic fees, and any required equipment purchased through the college.
 


Lessheim Endowment Scholarship

The Lessheim Endowment scholarship was established in 1998 and named for Arno Lessheim to assist students in need by encouraging continued success at Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington. This scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring semesters.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file; and
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0.



Lewis B. and Bernice H. Newman Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Lewis B. and Bernice H. Newman scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Tell City, Princeton). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.




Life Sciences Endowed Scholarship

The Life Sciences Endowed scholarship was established by Professor Claire Nisonger to encourage students of promise and need, who come from backgrounds that might not include aspirations to gain higher education, the opportunity to pursue careers in the Life Sciences field. This scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring semesters.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must be currently enrolled in 6 credit hours in one of the eligible Life Sciences programs;
  • Student must have successfully completed 12 credits in their chosen program; and
  • Student must secure a letter of recommendation from a faculty member associated with the Life Sciences Programs as per the Financial Aid scholarship application directions; and
  • Student must complete an Ivy Tech online scholarship application.


 




Lightle Endowed Scholarship

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Marion Campus
-Graduated from Southern Wells High School




Lila M. Argue P.E.O. Scholarship

The Lila M. Argue P.E.O Scholarship was established by the Bloomington PEO Reciprocity Group. This scholarship is awarded as funds are available.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  1. Student must be enrolled at Ivy Tech Bloomington; and
  2. Student must complete the online scholarship application.



Linda and John Whikehart Civic Engagement Scholarship

The Linda and John Whikehart Civic Engagement scholarship was established by Chancellor Emeritus John Whikehart and his wife Linda, to assist students demonstrating strong commitment to civic engagement. This scholarship is available in the fall and spring semesters.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0;
  • Student must have completed at least six (6) credit hours; and
  • Student must submit a 500-750 word essay which demonstrates commitment to civic engagement (volunteering/community service) through the applicant's personal experiences with civic engagement.



Loral and James McCarty Endowed Scholarship Fund (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Loral and James McCarty Endowed Scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Campus (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must be a degree seeking student; have a minimum GPA of 2.5; and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs. Selection to be determined by Ivy Tech Community College scholarship committee.




Louise T Lamkin General Scholarship

This general scholarship fund has no restrictions.


Luise Schnakenburg Scholarship Evansville Service Area

Applicants of the Luise Schnakenburg scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Campus (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must be a second year student; have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied towards the cost of books required for completion of degree program.




Lung Family Scholarship

Provided by Mervin and Dorothy Lung. Criteria: any Elkhart County resident enrolled in Elkhart County campus courses and not receiving tuition assistance from other sources; full- or part-time student.


Lung Health Sciences Scholarship

Funded by Mervin & Dorothy Lung. To be awarded to a student enrolled in a health sciences program at Ivy Tech Elkhart County Campus and attending classes exclusively at that campus.  Complete scholarship application, 250-500 word essay addressing their goals for the future and how a health sciences degree will help achieve that goal.


Lutz Family Nursing Scholarship

Scholarship assistance to a full-time student persuing a nursing degree or certification in the Lawrenceburg/Batesville campus service area.  Scholarship may apply to tuition, books, fees and/or supplies. 


M & H Voyles - Richmond

Marilyn and Harry Voyles, owners of the former Voyles News Agency, created this endowed scholarship to recognize and help outstanding students achieve their goals. A minimum 2.5 GPA is required. Non-traditional age students who are employed full or part-time are the target of this endowment. The scholarship funds may be used for tuition, fees, books, supplies or equipment required for a students participation in a course.

  • Students must be admitted to the Richmond campus/service area
  • Students must be over the age of 26
  • Students must be employed at least part-time
  • Minimum of 2.5 cumulative GPA





Madison Nursing Program - Class of 2016

The Nursing Program Class of 2016 established this scholarship to assist students who, like them endeavored to pursue a career in Nursing. A message they provided to students is:

“As nursing students, we understand what it takes to be successful in the Nursing program.  The time, energy, and sacrifice that you have put forth in order to make it this far is admirable.  We hope that this scholarship will assist in your semester, and we wish the best of luck in your career.”

To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Be enrolled in the second year of a Nursing program.
  • Attend the Madison Campus.
  • Demonstrate financial need.
  • Demonstrate academic success by earning a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Scholarship may apply to tuition, books, fees and/or supplies.
 


Madison Precision Product, Inc. Scholarship

Madison Precision Products, Inc. maintains a position of leadership through innovative die casting technology and quality. Madison Precision Products, Inc. is committed to a strong partnership with Ivy Tech Community College -- not only in terms of providing ongoing educational development for its staff and associates, but also as a source of local talent in all areas of manufacturing. Madison Precision believes investing in people through Ivy Tech Community College scholarships is a lasting investment in the local community.

To be eligible for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Demonstrate academic success by earning a High School or College GPA of 3.0 or greater.
  • Demonstrate financial need and file a current year FAFSA.
  • Attend the Madison Campus.
First Priority goes to students enrolled in an Industrial Technology Program. Second Priority goes to students enrolled in any program within the School of Technology. $1,000 Scholarship Award.


Madison Scholarship

The Madison Scholarship is offered depending on available funds, and amounts vary to be used for tuition, fees, and books for two semesters (fall and spring).

To be eligible for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Be enrolled at the Madison Campus.
  • Demonstrate academic success be earning a High School or College GPA of 3.0 or greater.
  • Attend full- or part-time.



Mae Cassady Scholarship

The Mae Cassady Scholarship was established by local entrepreneur, Mae Cassady to provide assistance to students attending Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington who are pursuing training in electrical principles and applications through the college's School of Technology.

 An award will be made each fall and spring terms as funds are available.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Eligibility Criteria:
  1. Must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours through the Bloomington campus of Ivy Tech Community College;
  2. Must have a current FAFSA on file with the Ivy Tech Office of Financial Aid
  3. Must submit a personal statement (approximately 150 words) about their career goals and how this scholarship may help them achieve those.      



Magee-O'Connor Industrial Trade Scholarship

Students majoring in Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering, and Applied Technology.


Mamie Young Scholarship

Applicants of the Mamie Young scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must reside in Vanderburgh County, Indiana, and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs. Selection to be determined by Ivy Tech Community College scholarship committee.




Marcus Carter Memorial Scholarship

Marcus Carter attended Ivy Tech and was passionate about Student Life and improving his community. He was heavily involved in many events and activities on the South Bend Campus. This scholarship is for minority males, attending Ivy Tech South Bend Campus who are enrolled at least part-time. This scholarship can be applied can be used for either fall, spring or summer semsters.


Margaret Sica Ryan Endowed Scholarship

The Margaret Sica Ryan Endowed Scholarship was established by John Ryan in memory of his wife Margaret to create a lasting legacy in support of students studying business and/or finance at the Bloomington campus of Ivy Tech. Funds for the scholarship will be awarded annually to three students in the fall term.
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Eligibility Criteria:
  1. Financial need must be demonstrated by having a FAFSA on file;
  2. Must have successfully completed 12 hours of college credit;    
  3. Must provide a letter of recommendation from a faculty member attesting to the student's personal drive and commitment to completing their education;
  4. Must be enrolled in a business/finance course on the Bloomington campus.
The scholarship may be used for students pursuing a degree through the college's one-year accelerated degree program (ASAP); otherwise, it may be recurring as students remain eligible from semester to semester.
 


Marincovich Scholarship, The

John and Marsha Marincovich established this scholarship to assist students in the Medical Assisting and Nursing programs.  The Marincovich's moved to the Batesville community years ago and have followed the growth of the Batesville Campus and its impact on the community.  The healthcare field has significant meaning to them as their daughter is a nurse, and they wish for their gift to help ease the financial burden for students in our community dedicated to entering into a meaningful career in healthcare.
 
To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Be enrolled in either the Medical Assisting or Nursing programs at the Madison, Lawrenceburg, or Batesville Campuses.
  • Demonstrate academic success by earning a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
  • Demonstrate financial need by filing a current year FAFSA.
Priority will be given to students enrolled at the Batesville Campus. Scholarship may be applied to tuition, books, fees and/or supplies.


Marion - Lighthouse Scholarship

The Marion Lighthouse Scholarship was created in memory of Gene Placek and Nancy Jeffries by their eldest daughter to ease the financial burden for Ivy Tech Community College students obtaining an education who face adversity resulting from the loss of one or both parents or legal guardians.

To be eligible for this award:
  • Students must have one or both parents or legal guardians who are deceased;
  • Students must be enrolled in a degree program at the Marion Campus and intend to transfer to a four-year Indiana institution;
  • Students must demonstrate acceptable academic progress at Ivy Tech or their high school, whichever is most recent;
  • Students must have a minimum GPA of 3.0; and,
  • Students must complete Lighthouse Essay question explaining how the loss of one or both parents or legal guardians impacted their educational goals.
Students receiving Pell Awards that comprise 100% of their tuition or whose employers or other agencies pay full tuition are not eligible. Scholarships may be used for tuition and fees only.


Marjorie & Orphie Bridges Scholarship

This scholarship was established by the late Marjorie and Orphie Bridges to support vocational education students who do not qualify for sufficient assistance through other traditional sources of scholarship support. Amount: $225; Must be a Bartholomew County resident; Must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours of class; Home campus = Columbus; Scholarship will be available to cover tuition, fees, other college related expenses, transportation or childcare as appropriate.




Mark & Mary Kay Hagerman Scholarship

This scholarship is for students enrolled in the Technology Division. Preference is given to students in the Construction Technology and Construction Management programs.
 
To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must have a 3.0 GPA or higher; and
  • Students must be enrolled in the Technology Division.



Mark Van Laere Memorial

Mark Van Laere Memorial Scholarship. In honor of Mark Van Laere,a former Ivy Tech Student. Provide by Mark's brother, John Van Laere and his family. Scholarship is for a student enrolled in the School of Technology with at least a 2.0 GPA.


Martha Hartstern Nursing Scholarship

The scholarship is designed to provide scholarship assistance in the form of non-renewable grants for books to students who meet the criteria. The Community Foundation of Southern Indiana holds this scholarship fund through a match by Paul Ogle Foundation. Incoming, non-traditional students (those who did not enroll at Ivy Tech immediately following graduation from a secondary school). Must be accepted in the ASN program.


Marvin Alpiner

Selection criteria: applicant must be enrolled in Computer Information Technology, Computer Information Systems or Office Administration programs, show financial need have completed half of program, have a 3.0 GPA and be a full-time student.


Mary Helen Keith Endowed Scholarship

Mary Helen Keith Endowed Scholarship for students in the Ivy Tech Honors Program at Ivy Tech Community College Northeast.


Master Gardner's Scholarship

This scholarship is sponsored by the Master Gardner's of Tippecanoe County. To qualify for this scholarship you must be enrolled in the Ivy Tech Agriculture program, have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, be enrolled in 6 credit hours or more, and plan on furthering your education to get a Bachelors Degree in Horticulture. Preference will be given to a non-traditional student. A 250 word essay is required to address your future plans for education. Funds may be used for tuition, books or fees.
 




Mayberry Pennington Endowed Scholarship - Richmond

The Mayberry Pennington Scholarship has been created to honor Lena Mayberry and Helena Pennington. These women were unsung champions for education. They both worked in the school system in positions funded by Title I and worked with minority and low-income children. Because of their incredible compassion and unrelenting commitment to see others achieve, it is fitting to establish this scholarship in their honor.




McDonald Memorial Rapid Response Fund

McDonald Memorial Rapid Response Fund must be used to provide financial support, in the form of scholarships, books, and academic fees to residents of Kosciusko County to further their education at Ivy Tech-Warsaw and to support the efforts of students who wish to return for additional training, who find they need additional classes to achieve an associate degree, or who wish to complete a certification to advance their employment opportunities. Priority will be given to candidates who demonstrate a financial need. Preference will be given to adult students.


McGarvey, Dr. Eileen Scholarship

The Dr. Eileen McGarvey Scholarship provides assistance for tuition, books, and/or fees to a student.

To qualify for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Demonstrate academic success and maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
  • Demonstrate financial need.
  • Be enrolled at the Madison Campus full- or part-time. 
  • Be enrolled in an Associate Degree program.
Priority given to a student who is a parent.


McGee, Baxter Benjamin Memorial Scholarship

Baxter Benjamin McGee (1949-2013) was a lifelong resident of Madison and Jefferson County Indiana.  He was a 1967 graduate of Madison Consolidated High School.  After High School, Baxter enlisted in the United States Army and was a Communications Expert, serving two tours of duty during the Vietnam War.
Baxter enjoyed a career of working on the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers.  He held the position of Towboat Captain and retired after a 30-year career.
Among Baxter's passions were concern for the environment and nature, support of the Salvation Army, and an insightful realization that education results in workforce certifications (such as a Towboat Pilot's License). He believed that certificates and degrees are a must for our current and future generations to become productive members of society.
As such, this Memorial Scholarship Endowment is dedicated to his memory.
 
To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Be enrolled at the Ivy Tech Community College Madison Campus.
  • Be enrolled in any major to earn a degree (AS, AAS, AA), certificate (TC), or certification credential.
  • Demonstrate academic success with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or greater.
  • Demonstrate financial need greater than $3500 by filing a current year FAFSA.



McMillan Family Endowed Scholarship

This Scholarship was established to assist Ivy Tech Northwest students in the Technology programs to achieve academic success.  Students must have declared a major in the School of Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering and Applied Sciences, have a GPA of 3.00 or higher, have successfully completed 12 credit hours or more in a degree program.  Students must be enrolled during the current semester, attend classes at any Ivy Tech Northwest campus (Lake County, Michigan City or Valparaiso campuses) and reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties).
 


Medical Assisting Support Scholarship - Richmond

The Medical Assisting Support Scholarship is a merit based scholarship for students enrolled in the Medical Assisting Program. The Scholarship is for students with a minimum 3.0 grade point average, who have completed at least 30 program credits at the end of spring preceding the fall semester. The purpose is to reward excellence in education and encourage interest in the medical assisting support field of study.

  • Student must be admitted to the Richmond campus/service area
  • Student must be admitted to the Medical Assisting Program
  • Student must have a GPA of 3.000 or higher
  • Student must have completed 30 program credits at the end of spring preceding the fall semester





Medical Managers Association Scholarship

This scholarship is for students enrolled in the Nursing program or the Health Sciences program.
 
To be eligible for this award:
  • Students must have a 3.0 GPA or higher; and
  • Students must demonstrate a financial need.



Merit Based Minority Scholarship

The Merit Based Miniorty Scholarship is funded by Muessel-Ellison Foundation for minority students to meet unmet need.  The student must be a high school graduate or equivalent, enrolled in 6 credit hours or more for new students. Current students must be in good SAP standing with the college with a 2.5 cumulative GPA or higher, and enrolled in 6 credit hours or more.


Merland E. Beyler Endowed Scholarship

Merland Beyler was one of two individuals instrumental in establishing Ivy Tech Northeast in 1969. During his 28-year tenure with the College, his title at various times includes charter appointee to the regional board of trustees representing education, administrative assistant to the College, director of instruction (vice chancellor for academic affairs by today’s classification), director of student affairs (vice chancellor of student affairs by today’s classification), and manager of Career Services. This scholarship is for students enrolled in any Ivy Tech Northeast academic program.
 
To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must have completed 30 credit hours toward an associate degree.



Metro Recycling

Eligible recipients must be current students enrolled in the Ivy Tech Industrial Technology or Advanced Manufacturing programs with at least 9 credits hours completed toward an Associate degree, Technical Certificate or Certificate; be a U.S. Citizen; and have a cumulative GPA of 2.8 or better and do not currently receive a Pell Grant, are not a senior scholar (educational costs are being funded through personal funds, loans and/or other scholarships); at the Valparaiso campus. Scholarship awards may only be used for tuition and books. 


Michael and Rebecca Kubacki Scholarship

Latin heritage; reside in Kosciusko County, High School Diploma or equivalent, must be associate degree seeking, maintain a minimum grade point average of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale, first time colllege student, demonstrates financial need.  Scholarship will be automatically renewed for a second year if student remains in good standing.  




Michael C. Strange Memorial Scholarship

The Michael "Mike" C. Strange Memorial Scholarship was established by Truda Strange, Mike's wife, in honor of his life. Mike worked for several local HVAC companies before starting his own general contracting business, MIKEchanical Services. He was an Ivy Tech alumni and a graduate from Harrison High School. This scholarship requires enrollment in one of the following programs: HVAC, Industrial Technology, or Advanced Automation and Robotics Technology with a preference for HVAC. In addition, a qualifying student needs to live in Tippecanoe, White or Benton County, have demonstrated financial need, be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours, and have a GPA of 2.0 or above.


Michael Hawkins Memorial Scholarship

To be eligible for this award  students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Anderson, Marion, Muncie, or New Castle campus
-Member of Phi Theta Kappa
-GPA of at least 3.3
-Essay Required
-Have a financial need 

Priority consideration will be given to students with a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA.




Michael Price Scholarship

This endowed scholarship was established in memory of Michael Price, a gifted Ivy Tech Graphic Design student, by the parents, family and friends of Michael. The scholarship enables students to complete their educational objectives and begin careers in graphic design. Only advanced students in Graphic Design are eligible to receive awards. Amount: Up to $500- Applications in the Financial Aid Office in late fall. Degree declared Graphic Design student. Completed 30 hrs of degree requirements. Cumulative GPA 2.5. Must present work before a jury in January. Must provide 3 letters of reference. Must provide brief statement of career goals. Home campus = Columbus. Award is to be applied to the student's fees. If fees are covered by another source, the award is given to the student to cover other expenses.


Michiana Goodwill Boosters

Provided by Michiana Goodwill Boosters. Selection criteria: Goodwill Industries of Michiana employee in good standing and working at least 25 hours per week; enrolled as a student at the South Bend campus; one-page personal statement addressing how the scholarship will assist student in achieving career goals.


Mike and Ann Jones Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established by long time Ivy Tech Energy Technology program chair Mike Jones and his wife Ann to assist students in the Energy Technology program at the Valparaiso Campus. Students must have a GPA of 3.00 or higher and be majoring in Energy Technology in a degree program leading to a Technical Certificate or Associate of Applied Science (AAS).  Students must attend the Valparaiso Campus and have completed a FAFSA. 


Miller, Floyd C. Memorial Scholarship, The

The family and friends of Floyd C. Miller created this scholarship in Floyd’s memory to honor his 44 years of work as a math educator during which he won many educational awards. He spent his last four years at Ivy Tech as an Adjunct and an Associate Professor at both the Lawrenceburg and Batesville Campuses.  He truly enjoyed his time at Ivy Tech and the many special friendships he formed while teaching there.  He always made himself available to any student who needed extra help or encouragement to help them succeed.
 
To qualify for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Be enrolled at the Lawrenceburg or Batesville Campus.
  • Be enrolled in either the ECED or EDUC Program as a full- or part-time student.
  • Demonstrate academic success by earning a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or greater.
  • Demonstrate financial need.
Priority will be given to a graduate of Harrison High School in Indiana.  Scholarship may apply to tuition, books, fees, and/or supplies.
 


Minerva Ditton

Provided in memory of Minerva Ditton for a student in the Design Technology/Architectural Specialty Program. Selection criteria: first semester full-time student.


Minnie Butler Memorial Endowed Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Minnie Butler Memorial Endowed Scholarship seeks to support Ivy Tech Evansville female students who are degree seeking in the school of business. Preference is given to single mothers.


Minority Student Scholarship - Richmond

This scholarship is given to minority students or members of those populations underrepresented in higher education and enrolled in any program. A minimum 2.0 GPA is required.

  • Student must be admitted to the Richmond campus/service area
  • Student must be a minority
  • Student must have a 2.000 GPA or higher





Mithoefer Agriculture

Mr. Stan Mithoefer is a local livestock producer who established this scholarship to support the Agriculture program at Ivy Tech. To qualify a student must be enrolled in the Lafayette Agriculture Program, enrolled in a minimum of six credit hours and have a minimum 2.0 GPA. Funds can be used for tuition, books or fees.
 


Mittler Family Foundation Welding Scholarship

The Mittler Family Foundation Welding Scholarship is awarded annually to cover the full cost of the welding institute for qualified candidates, including tuition and books. Candidates must hold a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better and be enrolled in the welding program at Ivy Tech Community College, South Bend. Priority will be given to candidates who demonstrate a financial need, funds will be allocated to the students who show the most need.


Monroe County Building Association Endowed Scholarship

The Monroe County Building Association scholarship was established by the Monroe County Building Association to assist students living in Monroe, Owen or Brown counties and enrolled in the Ivy Tech Bloomington School of Technology. This scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring to the same student as long as he/she remains in good standing at Ivy Tech Bloomington.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Financial need must be demonstrated. FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0;
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 or 2.5 for students transitioning from high school into college;
  • Minimum enrollment requirement: 6 credit hours;
  • Student must compose a 500 word essay which demonstrates commitment to employment in the building trades industry through the applicant's personal building experience (i.e. course work experience);
  • Student must be enrolled in the Ivy Tech Bloomington School of Technology; and
  • Student must be a resident of Monroe, Owen or Brown counties.



Montgomery County Scholarship

This scholarship was established as a unrestricted scholarship for Montgomery County students. To qualify students must be enrolled in the Lafayette campus, a resident of Montgomery County, have a minimum 2.0 GPA and be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours. Funds may be used for tuition, books or fees.
 




Mortuary Science

A variety of donors from the community support this scholarship, which is for providing support to students' educational advancement in the field of mortuary science. Students must have a GPA of 3.25 or higher and must be pursuing a degree in Mortuary Science in the Northwest Region.  Students must reside within the seven counties serviced by the Ivy Tech Northwest Region (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, or Pulaski Counties)


Students must submit a typed, proof-read and signed thank you letter before scholarship is applied to the student account.




Mosey George & Janie Endowed Scholarship - Richmond

Recognizing the importance of educating the workforce, Janie and George Mosey have established this endowed scholarship for students in health occupations as a personal legacy to their commitment to the community and College. 




Mosey Steve & Andrea Endowed Scholarship - Richmond

Recognizing the importance of educating the workforce, Steve and Andrea Mosey have established this endowed scholarship for students in the machine trades as a personal legacy to their commitment to the community and College.




Mustain, Alice Maxey Nursing Scholarship

David and Jane Snell have contributed to this scholarship in memory of Alice Maxey Mustain to commemorate her tremendous commitment to excellence in nursing.  Ms. Mustain committed 30 years to patient care employed at the Madison State Hospital.  David and Jane believe in the power of education and made this investment to encourage students to strive to be the best they can be.  They intend their gift to help lift the financial burdens of students who are working hard to secure a meaningful career in healthcare.

To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Be enrolled full-time in the second year of the Nursing Program with a goal to secure an Associate of Science (AS) degree at the Madison campus.  
  • Demonstrate a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.  
  • Demonstrate financial need.  

Scholarship may apply to tution, books, fees and/or supplies.
 




Myers and Ford Autoworld

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Anderson campus
-Female resident of Anderson
-Enrolled in a School of Business program Student in one of the following majors:
-Accounting
-Business Administration
-Computer Information Systems
-Computer Information Technology
-Information Security
-Office Administration
-Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
-Essay Required
 
 




Nancy Brown Memorial Scholarship

Established in honor of Nancy Brown, a Warsaw campus faculty member for over 20 years. Nancy was a full-time faculty member and assistant department chair in the School of Business. Nancy encouraged, inspired, championed, and supported her students and advisees. She truly changed the lives of those around her. Business School preference, in-coming student, letter of recommendation, re-newable in good standing 2 yrs


Nannette Dahlgren Scholarship

Applicants of the Nannette Dahlgren scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must be pursuing a degree in nursing (Associate of Science or Practical Nursing); students must be a single parent; have a minimum GPA of 2.5; and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs associated with the nursing program.




NAPA Automotive Scholarship

This scholarship is for second-year Automotive Technology majors and is based on an Automotive Technology faculty decision.
 
To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must submit an essay; and
  • Students must be in their second year of study.



National City Bank Scholarship

This scholarship is for students enrolled in the Computer Information Systems program, the Office Administration program, or the Accounting program. The funding must be applied to tuition, fees, books, and supplies.
 


NBD Scholarship

Established as a result of the generosity of the former NBD Bank to assist students in their efforts to achieve their academic goals.  Students must have a GPA of 3.25 or higher, be degree seeking and have successfully completed 15 credit hours or more in a degree program.  Students must have completed a current FAFSA, be enrolled during the current semester, and students can attend either full or part time.  Student must attend classes at any Ivy Tech Northwest campus (Lake County, Michigan City or Valparaiso campuses), reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties) and be a US citizen or permanent resident.
 




Nick Karch Memorial Scholarship

The Nick Karch Memorial Scholarship is awarded to students majoring in Human Services, attending the Muncie Campus, that live in the city of Muncie, with a GPA of 3.0 or higher in the spring semester only. Priority consideration will be given to students who complete the scholarship essay and also have a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA.




Norm Anderson Memorial - IBEW Local #725 Scholarship

The Norm Anderson Memorial-IBEW Local #725 scholarship was established by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Union, Local #725 in honor of former member Norm Anderson to help Ivy Tech Bloomington students gain the skills necessary to succeed in the workplace. This scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring semesters.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0;
  • Student must remain in good standing at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus for the duration of the scholarship;
  • Student must write a one-and-a-half page essay on "How Organized Labor has Affected Society in the Last 100 Years"; and
  • Student must be one of the following:
    • a member of the I.B.E.W.;
    • immediate family of a member of the I.B.E.W.;
    • a member of the local community.



Norman and Dorothy Meyerson Memorial Scholarship

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Marion campus
-Preference is given for part-time students, working adults, single parents, and minorities.

Priority consideration will be given to students with a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA.




Norris Wang Criminal Justice Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded to students in the Criminal Justice program at the Lafayette campus.


Northwest Service Area - ECED Program Fund

ECED Scholarship fund will provide financial assistance to ECED students pursuing their educational goals through the Early Childhood Education program at any Ivy Tech Northwest campus (Lake County, Michigan City, or Valparaiso).  The funds will be apportioned to cover costs associated with ECED tuition and fees linked to courses included in the CDA Process Certification, other ECED Certifications and courses toward an ECED degree at Ivy Tech.  Preference will be given to students who do not currently receive financial aid and have maintained a 2.5 GPA or greater. 


Northwest Trustee Completion Scholarship

This scholarship was created by the Northwest Board of Trustees to assist students in their goal to complete their degree.


Nursing 2000

As a not-for-profit educational organization, Nursing 2000 promotes and supports careers in Registered Nursing by communicating the opportunities, challenges, rewards and diversity of the profession. *Amount: Up to $250 Indiana resident; attendance at one of the affiliated Schools of Nursing in the 11 county area; Full or Part-time student in nursing major; 3.0 GPA in the ASN program; enrolled in undergraduate or graduate program; demonstrates commitment to work in one of the 11 counties listed on application; must attend Nursing Scholarship Benefit dinner held in May. Scholarship will be used to cover first tuition and fees. Scholarship money may also be applied to other college related expenses. Home campus = Columbus Scholarship will be used to cover first tuition and fees. Scholarship money may also be applied to other college related expenses, such as books, required materials, transportation and childcare.




Nursing Endowment - Richmond

Originally established by Reid Hospital and Health Care Services and Fayette Regional Health System to help meet the need of the critical shortage of health care providers, other donors have continued to add to this fund. The goal is to help Ivy Tech Community College students achieve their education goals and gain skills needed to succeed in the field of nursing. Full and part-time students may apply, high school graduates from the Richmond campus service area are preferred. In the situation of two equally qualified students preference will be given to the student who is not receiving other grants, College or Foundation Scholarships, and have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher. Scholarship funds may be used for tuition, fees, books, supplies or equipment required for a students participation in a course.

  • Student must be admitted to the Richmond campus/service area
  • Student must be admitted to the RN or PN nursing program
  • Student must have a GPA of 2.5 or higher
  • Preference given to students not receiving other grants/scholarships





Nursing Scholarship Fund Valparaiso

This scholarship is made possible through the generosity of the Ivy Tech Nursing faculty, staff and community donors for the purpose of supporting the educational advancement of nursing students.


Nursing Schools Almanac RN-to-BSN Scholarship

Nursing Schools Almanac strives to provide an accurate, complete, and powerful online resource for aspiring nurses. As nursing responsibilities have grown, so too have the licensing and training requirements for the various roles. Nursing Schools Almanac has organized a wealth of state- and city-specific information about nursing education, empowering aspiring nurses to find the best-suited programs and kick start their careers.
 
Beginning in the Fall of 2017, Nursing Schools Almanac offers one scholarship for current or aspiring nurses to pursue a baccalaureate nursing education. Funds can be used for tuition, books, supplies, or any other direct education expenses. Applications will be reviewed by a committee developed by the company.
 
This scholarship is managed entirely independent of Ivy Tech Community College, and students are encouraged to contact Nursing Schools Almanac with any questions.
 
Scholarship Requirements:
 
  • Must be a graduate or current enrollee of a RN associate’s degree or diploma program.
  • Must possess a valid RN license or be on-track to graduate from an accredited pre-licensure program by August 2017.
  • Must demonstrate a track record of academic excellence in a pre-licensure RN program.
  • Must provide proof of acceptance or enrollment in an RN-to-BSN program.
  • Must possess a passion for leadership in nursing and the overall field of healthcare.
  • Must complete an external scholarship application to Nursing Schools Almanac through the website below.
  • Must complete a 500-word essay explaining why you are passionate about continuing your nursing education and how you will take a leadership role in healthcare upon graduation. (Upon submission, all essays become property of Nursing Schools Almanac and may be published upon discretion of the organization.)
  • Must meet application deadline requirements.
  • Note: Announcements of the scholarship recipient will be made via the organization’s website and through various media outlets.
 
http://www.nursingschoolsalmanac.com/articles/2017-rn-bsn-scholarship




Nursing Student Scholarship - Richmond

A variety of donors from the community support this scholarship, which is for a new or returning student in a nursing program who has demonstrated a high level of achievement and who has financial need. This scholarship is need-based. Financial need is determined by the applicant's Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). A minimum grade point average of 2.5 is required. In the situation of two equally qualified students, preference will be given to the student who is not receiving other grants, College or Foundation Scholarships.

  • Student must be admitted to the Richmond campus/service area
  • Student must be admitted to the RN or PN nursing program
  • Student must file the FAFSA and have financial need
  • Student must have a GPA of 2.500 or higher





Officer William J. Meluch Memorial Scholarship

The Officer William J. Meluch Memorial Scholarship was established by the Meluch family in 2019. Officer Meluch was proud to serve on the Lafayette Police Department. To qualify you must be a Criminal Justice student with a minimum 3.0 GPA, have completed 30 credit hours and on course to graduate. Funds may be used for tuition, books or fees.


Ohio County Community Foundation

The Lilly Foundation, Inc. established this scholarship endowment in partnership with the City of Rising Sun and the Ohio County Council and Commissioners to assist Ohio County residents attending Ivy Tech Community College Lawrenceburg and Batesville Service Area. The primary purpose of this fund is to provide better educational and career opportunities for the residents of Ohio County.
 
To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • May choose any degree program.
  • Demonstrate financial need by filing a current year FAFSA and/or academic success by earning a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater.
  • Be a resident of Ohio County, Indiana.
  • Be enrolled as a full- or part-time student.

AWARD: Varies. USE: Tuition, books or fees. SEMESTER: Fall and Spring.




Old National Bank Endowed Scholarship

The Old National Bank Endowed scholarship was established by Old National Bank to make it easier for students pursuing an AS or AAS at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus. Each year, one student is selected to receive this scholarship. One portion of the scholarship will be awarded in the fall and, if the student remains in good standing at Ivy Tech Bloomington, then the spring portion will be awarded. 

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0;
  • Student must remain in good standing at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus for the duration of the scholarship; and
  • Student must be pursuing an AS or AAS degree at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus.



Old National Bank School of Business Scholarship

The Old National Bank School of Business scholarship was established by Old National Bank to make it easier for students committed to completing a degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Office Administration, or the School of Information Technology to reach their goals. 

Each year, one or more students are selected to receive this scholarship. One portion of the scholarship will be awarded in the fall and, if the student(s) remain in good standing at Ivy Tech Bloomington, then the spring portion will be awarded. 
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0; and
  • Student must be enrolled in Business Administration, Accounting, Office Administration or the School of Information Technology at Ivy Tech Bloomington.



Olive B Cole Foundation Scholarship

This scholarship is for students who reside in one of the following northeast Indiana counties: DeKalb, LaGrange, Noble, and Steuben. Preference is given to students who were unable to complete their original course of study, but have returned to Ivy Tech Northeast to do so.
 
To be eligible for this award:
  • Students must reside in DeKalb, LaGrange, Noble, or Steuben county.
 
 


Osmon Chiropractic Cancer Survivors Scholarship

The Osmon Chiropractic Cancer Survivors Scholarship is established by Osmon Chiropractic to support students enrolled at the Bloomington campus of Ivy Tech Community College who are cancer survivors or who currently have cancer. It is intended to not only ease the financial burden of undergraduate education, but also honor the immense challenges and triumphs these students have overcome.

Available funds shall be awarded annually each year to one student who meets the following criteria:

• Student must either be a cancer survivor or currently have cancer.

• Preference will be given to pediatric cancer survivors/patients.

• Applicants will be required to submit a one-page essay addressing the following:
   1. Share a little bit about your experience with cancer.
   2. What perspectives did you gain from your cancer experience?
   3. How do you plan to use the perspective gained from your experience to benefit others now or in the future?

If selected, the student will be required to submit a physician statement of diagnosis as evidence of eligibility.


Otis Drafting Scholarship

The Otis Drafting scholarship was established by the employees at Otis Elevator to assist those students with proven academic excellence and financial need pursue a career in CAD. This scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring semesters.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0;
  • Student must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours; and
  • Student must be pursuing a degree at Ivy Tech Bloomington in CAD.



Parson Memorial

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Muncie campus
-Female
-Single mother
Priority consideration will be given to students with a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA.


Patricia Gosnell & R. Benjamin Bush Nursing

This scholarship was established to provide financial assistance to Ivy Tech students in either the Practical Nursing or Associate of Science in Nursing programs. Amount: up to $500. Resident of Bartholomew County. Must be pursuing TC in Practical Nursing or ASN degree in Nursing. Successfully completed 12 program hours in program. FAFSA on file. Home campus = Columbus Scholarship is to be used for tuition, fees and books. If these are covered through other types of assistance, the scholarship may then be used for childcare. Not to be used for transportation.




Patricia P. Brown Early Childhood Education Scholarship

The Patricia P. Brown Early Childhood Education scholarship was established by Bill C. Brown to assist a student committed to completing a degree in Early Childhood Education at Ivy Tech Bloomington. This scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring semesters to the same student as long as he/she remains in good standing at Ivy Tech-Bloomington.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0;
  • Student must remain in good standing at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus for the duration of the scholarship; and
  • Student must be committed to completing his/her degree at Ivy Tech Bloomington in Early Childhood Education.



Patricia P. Brown Elementary Education Scholarship

The Patricia P. Brown Elementary Education scholarship was established by Bill C. Brown to assist a student committed to completing a degree in Elementary Education at Ivy Tech Bloomington. This scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring semesters to the same student as long as he/she remains in good standing at Ivy Tech Bloomington.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0;
  • Student must remain in good standing at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus for the duration of the scholarship; and
  • Student must be committed to completing his/her degree at Ivy Tech Bloomington in Elementary Education.



Patrick & Patricia McCormick Endowed Scholarship Fund

Patrick and Patrica McCormick Endowed Scholarship Fund for graduates of Angola High School seeking a degree at Ivy Tech Community College Northeast 


Patrick and Peggy Kiefer HVAC Scholarship Endowment

The Patrick and Peggy Kiefer HVAC Scholarship Award was founded in memory of Patrick and Peggy Kiefer, owners and managers of Kiefer Company and ICU Mechanical Company. Patrick trained and mentored many men in the industry. This award will be given in an effort to encourage and support a distinguished student in the HVAC program. To qualify, a student must be in the HVAC program at the Lafayette campus with a minimum 2.5 GPA. Funds may be used for tuition, books or fees.


Paul & Esther Monroe Memorial Scholarship-Richmond

The purpose of this endowed scholarship, created by the family of Paul and Ester Monroe, is to reward excellence in education. To qualify, a student must have a minimum 3.0 grade point average; be enrolled in a health-related program and pursuing a Certificate or Degree; and have completed at least one semester (a minimum of 3 earned credits) at Ivy Tech Community College on a part-time or full-time basis.




Paul & John Astholz Scholarship

This scholarship is for students enrolled in the Aviation Maintenance Technology program.
 




Paul and Anita Slavens Scholarship

This scholarship is founded in honor of Paul and Anita Slavens. Lafayette community members who value the benefits of community college and higher education. To qualify you must be a student in the Liberal Arts program, preferably with a major in Education or Accounting, have a minimum 2.5 GPA, with preference given to a student who has graduated from Harrison, West Lafayette or Benton Central High School. Funds may be used for tuition, books or fees.


Paul and Jenet Middendorf-Borgman Scholarship

This scholarship was established by Kevin Borgman, a 2014 graduate of the Ivy Tech Columbus Agriculture program, to honor his parents, Paul and Jenet Borgman, in an effort to ‘give back’ to other students pursuing the same degree program.
 
Requirements include pursuit of an Agriculture degree, at least 24 hours passed, GPA of at least 3.0 and residency in Bartholomew County.   Award amount is up to $1,000.  Preference given to candidates whose tuition and fee costs are not covered by other awards.     
 


Paul and Pat Lingle Scholarship - Richmond

The Lingles have established the following criteria for the Paul and Pat Lingle Scholarship to be awarded to Ivy Tech Community College students. A minimum 2.0 GPA is required; student must demonstrate financial need. Financial need is determined by the applicant's Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) To qualify for this scholarship you must be: A Wayne County resident; enrolled in a program that is related to the life sciences initiatives: Agriculture; Business; Radiologic Technology; Nursing; Medical Assisting. The scholarship may be used for tuition, books and other college-related expenses in the academic year.






Paul E. and Marilyn S. Hogan Scholarship

This scholarship was established to support Columbus Region students with financial assistance in pursuing post-secondary education.
May be a full-time or part-time existing student with no designated program.
Minimum GPA of 2.5, no grade lower than a C

 




Pauline Barker Scholars Scholarship

This scholarship was established by a trust created by Pauline Barker, a life-long Wabash resident who died in 1999.  Ms. Barker established her educational trust to support higher education in Wabash County.


Eligibility criteria:
  • Must be a resident of Wabash County
  • Must attend the Northeast or Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional Site
  • Must complete the Ivy Tech Scolarship Application
  • Preference given to students attending the Wabash Campus
  • Preference given to students who complete a general essay
Scholarship can be used for tuition, books and fees.  $500 Annual Award


Pay It Forward Scholarship

The Pay it Forward scholarship was established by an anonymous donor to assist a graduating high school senior or new GED recipient who has never attended college. This scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring terms to the same student as long as he/she remains in good standing at Ivy Tech Bloomington.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must remain in good standing at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus for the duration of the scholarship;
  • Student must write a 250 word essay on the topic: "If you received this scholarship, how would you give back to the community or others through advancing your education?" ; and
  • Student must be an Indiana resident.

 
 




Peg Ehlen Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Peg Ehlen scholarship scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Tell City, Princeton). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students taking 9 or more hours who have successfully completed 12 credit hours with 3.0 GPA or better within the past year and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs when student's financial aid (Loans or Pell Grant) is insufficient to cover the cost of tuition, fees, and books or unable to receive adequate funding from outside agencies to cover the costs of tuition, fees and books.




Peggy Berrier Endowed Accounting Scholarship - Richmond

This scholarship is for students who are pursuing a certificate, technical certificate, or associate degree in the Accounting program, at the Richmond campus/service area. Eligible students must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or higher, and a completed FAFSA application on file for the current semester.


PEO Scholarship

This scholarship is established to provide financial assistance to students in either the Practical Nursing or Associate of Science in Nursing Programs. Amount: Up to $750; Must be Bartholomew County resident; Must be female; Must show potential of future academic achievement on basis of past transcripts, GED scores, grades on Ivy Tech courses or former employment; Home Campus, Columbus.   Must attend a PEO meeting.




Performing Arts Scholarship of Grant & Blackford Counties

This award provides assistance to Grant or Blackford County High School students including students attending a virtual, private or home school. Student must show interest in Performing Arts Career and be completing their pre-req courses on any Ivy Tech campus. 

Student must have participated in one or more of the following Art disciplines: Visual Arts (Drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, film, or television production. Music (Instrumental or Vocal). Dance (Ballroom, tap, ballet, modern, jazz or hip hop). Drama (Theatrical, Musical Theatrical, Theater costume design, set design or stage manager). Creative Writing (Fiction, non-fiction, play-writing, poetry, scriptwriting for film, television or short story) 

Must complete a 500 word essay and answer the question: How have the performing arts impacted your life? 

Must also upload or attach a jpeg file with a current 5 minute video taped performance or written score of music or sample of creative writing (15pages or less) with applicants name and title of work. 



Pete Rachel Scholarship

This scholarship is for part-time or full-time welding students.
 
To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must have a 2.5 GPA or higher; and
  • Students must have demonstrated a financial need.

 




Peter & Anna Massa Memorial Scholarship

Established by two Ivy Tech employees as a memorial to Peter A. and Anna I. Massa, grandparents of one of the employees, to help students in Accounting or Business Administration programs achieve their dreams. Accounting or Business Administration student; Minimum GPA 3.0 with no grade lower than C; Successfully completed minimum 24 program hours in program; Satisfactorily completed ACC 102 (Accounting program) or BUS 105 or MKT 101 (Business Administration program); In addition to application, submit resume and brief statements describing need and future career goals; Home campus = Columbus/Franklin; Money will be used first to cover fees (unless another source of financial aid is designated for this use) and the balance due will be made available to the recipient to cover other related expenses.




Pfeil Culinary Arts Scholarship

Provided by the generosity of Dick and Donna Pfeil, this scholarship is for an Ivy Tech Student enrolled in the Hospitality program and seeking an Associates Degree. Has financial need,enrolled full-time. 1st year student in the program.




Pfeil Endowed Scholarship for Culinary Arts

The Pfeil Endowed Scholarship for Culinary Arts fund must be used to provide financial support, in the form of scholarships, books, and academic fees to current students enrolled in the Hospitality Adminstration program. Priority will be given to candidates who demonstrate a financial need.


Phi Theta Kappa Muncie

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Muncie or New Castle campus
-Invited to be a member or a member of Phi Theta Kappa
-GPA 3.0 or higher


Phyllis A Wiegmann Endowed Scholarship

It is the intent of this scholarship to support individuals who are paying for their own education.  Preference will be given to students who do not qualify for Pell Grants or other forms of government or employer financial support.  Additional preference will be given to single, head-of-household women as an under represented population.  Further preference will be given to applicants who present a letter of support for their endeavors from a non-political community leader who has an ongoing familiarity with the applicant, such as a member of the clergy.


Phyllis A. Borgman-DeLap Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship honors the memory of Phyllis A. Borgman-DeLap. It is intended to help students financially in  order  that they may pursue and achieve their career goals.  Columbus students. 

Tuition comes first, but the donor wishes for the student to be able to use it for books, childcare and other expenses that can be barriers to pursuing further education. 
 
Preference given to residents within the Lincoln-Central Neighborhood (Census Tract 101) and who demonstrate  financial  need
Degree,  certificate , or college-bridge accepted

May be full or part-time student.       


Phyllis and Hamer Shafer - Healthcare Solutions

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Muncie or Henry Co. campus  -Enrolled in a Health Division program in one of the following majors:
-Associate of Science in Nursing
-Dental Assisting
-Dental Hygiene
-Electroneurodiagnostics
-Health Care Support
-Health Information Technology
-Imaging Sciences
-Medical Assisting
-Medical Laboratory Technology
-Paramedic Science
-Physical Therapist Assistant
-Practical Nursing
-Radiation Therapy
-Respiratory Care
-Surgical Technology
-Therapeutic Massage
-Essay Required

 




Physical Therapy-Ivy Tech Northwest

This scholarship provides support to students’ educational advancement in the field of physical therapy assisting.  Students must be registered in the physical therapy assisting program, have a GPA of 3.25 or higher and have completed a current FAFSA.  Student must attend classes at any Ivy Tech Northwest campus (Lake County, Michigan City or Valparaiso campuses) and reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties).
 
 




Pitt Family Endowed Scholarship


This scholarship fund was established by Carolyn Pitt, originally in honor of, and now in memory of her parents,  Frank and Gladys Pitt, who valued the professional benefit and personal satisfaction gained through education. Amount: varies, as available falland/or spring; AS, TC Degree declared student; Completed at least one semester; Minimum GPA of 2.0; attend the Columbus Campus which currently includes; Bartholomew County, Jackson County, Jennings County, and Decatur County.  Scholarship will be used to first cover tuition, fees.  Scholarship money may also be applied to other college related expenses, such as books, required materials, transportation and childcare.


Plummer Family Scholarship

The Plummer Family Scholarship was endowed by Thomas and Pam Plummer. To qualify you must be a student of the Lafayette campus with a minimum 2.5 GPA. Funds may be used for tuition, books or fees.


PNC Bank Scholarhsip

Provided by PNC Bank (Formally National City) For students enrolled in Computer Information Systems, Accounting or Office Administration.


PNC Bank Scholarship

The Harrison County Community Foundation holds this scholarship through a match from the Paul Ogle Foundation. This scholarship supports Harrison County residents enrolled at Ivy Tech Sellersburg.

To be eligible student must:
  • be a Harrison County resident.
  • Recommended 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale
  • Enrolled at Ivy Tech Sellersburg



Poling, Harvey S. Jr. Scholarship - Lawrenceburg

This scholarship, held by the Ivy Tech Foundation, is established as a tribute to a veteran teacher and Ivy Tech administrator, Harvey S. Poling, Jr., to allow students in need to continue and finish their education in a timely fashion. Students must be at least 28 years of age, have completed a current FAFSA, demonstrate financial need and have good academic standing. Students must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, have successfully completed 15 credit hours or more and have completed at least one-half of their program for a One-Year Technical Certificate or an Associate Degree. Must attend the Lawrenceburg/Batesville Service Area.




Poling, Harvey S., Jr. Scholarship - Lawrenceburg

This scholarship, held by the Ivy Tech Foundation, is established as a tribute to a veteran teacher and Ivy Tech administrator, Harvey S. Poling, Jr. to allow students in need to continue and finish their education in a timely fashion. Eligibility criteria: Must be at least 28 years of age. Must have completed at least one-half of the program of study. Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Must have a financial need. Must have completed a current FAFSA.




Poling, Harvey S., Jr. Scholarship - Madison

This scholarship, held by the Ivy Tech Foundation, is established as a tribute to a veteran teacher and Ivy Tech administrator, Harvey S. Poling, Jr. to allow students in need to continue and finish their education in a timely fashion. Eligibility criteria: Must be at least 28 years of age. Must have completed at least one-half of the program of study. Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Must have a financial need. Must have completed a current FAFSA.




Pond Lehocky Stern Giordano Scholarships

Pond Lehocky Stern Giordano is the largest law firm in the Pennsylvania region that specializes in workers’ compensation and Social Security disability law. Its culture operates with the following principles:
 
“Behind each case there’s a person depending upon us for help. We never lose sight of that fact. It’s this knowledge that drives every one of us to put the needs of our clients first. We’re told that it’s something that comes through in the atmosphere here – a sense of confidence, compassion and most of all, that we really, really care.”
 
The law firm of Pond Lehocky Stern Giordano offers general academic and college scholarships each year to students with a passion for learning and furthering their education. These scholarships will be granted through Pond Lehocky’s own application process, and requirements vary per scholarship.
 
The scholarships currently offered that could be of interest to students of Ivy Tech Community College include:
  • General Pond Lehocky Stern Giordano Annual Scholarship
  • Bi-Annual Scholarship for Friends, Family & Colleagues of Injured Workers
 
These scholarships are managed entirely independent of Ivy Tech Community College, and students are encouraged to contact Pond Lehocky Stern Giordano with any questions.
 
Scholarship Requirements:
 
  • Pond Lehocky Stern Giordano General Annual Scholarship:
    • Must be a current or soon-to-be college student, regardless of major, who will receive an academic degree or professional certification.
    • Must be accepted to or enrolled in higher education (and provide proof of enrollment).
    • Must submit an application to Pond Lehocky Stern Giordano by accessing the website below.
    • Must provide a 500-1,000 word essay on a specific workers’ compensation topic, the Pennsylvania Worker’s Compensation Act, or a description of a controversial community issue (please see website for details).
    • Must meet application deadline requirements.
    • Additional details and information is available at the website below.
    • Note: Previous Pond Lehocky Stern Giordano General Annual Scholarship winners are ineligible to submit another application for this scholarship.
 
  • Bi-Annual Scholarship for Friends, Family & Colleagues of Injured Workers:
    • Must be currently accepted or enrolled in higher education.
    • Must have a personal connection to a work injury incident, which is described in the essay submitted with the application.
    • Must be 18-years of age or older.
    • Must provide two letters of recommendation from professional and/or academic references.
    • Must submit an application to Pond Lehocky Stern Giordano by accessing the website below.
    • Must meet application deadline requirements.
    • Additional details and information is available at the website below.
    • Note: Previous Bi-Annual Scholarship winners from Pond Lehocky Stern Giordano are ineligible to submit another application for this scholarship.
 
https://www.pondlehocky.com/scholarships
 




Popovich Family Trust Scholarship

This scholarship is made possible through the generosity of the Popovich Family Trust for the purpose of supporting student's educational advancement in the field of Criminal Justice or Cyber Security.    Students must be registered in the Criminal Justice Program or Cyber Security programs, have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, be degree seeking and have successfully completed 15 credit hours or more in a degree program.  Students must attend classes at any Ivy Tech Northwest (Lake County, Michigan City, and Valparaiso campuses) and reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties).  
 




Power of ONE Scholarship

This scholarship was created and is supported by the employees of Ivy Tech Community College-Columbus. Amount: Up to $500; Minimum GPA of 2.0, or be a high school graduate; FAFSA on file; Home campus - Columbus; Scholarship may be used for tuition, books, fees, transportation and childcare expenses.




Practical Nursing Scholarship

This scholarship is for students enrolled in the Practical Nursing program. The funding can be used for tuition, fees, books, supplies, and personal expenses.
 
To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must be enrolled in the Practical Nursing program.



Pratt, Dr. Ralph & Family Scholarship

Dr. Ralph M. Pratt retired in 1990 and established the Pratt Family Scholarship Endowment. Dr. Pratt was in family practice in Madison, Indiana for 10 years after graduating from the Indiana University School of Medicine in 1955. He trained in Pathology at the University of Louisville for four years before returning to Madison where, for the next 20 years, he served as a Pathologist at The Kings Daughters Hospital as well as hospitals in nearby communities.

After his retirement, he enrolled at Ivy Tech Community College in the Computer Information Technologies program and graduated with an Associate’s Degree. His experience as an Ivy Tech student provided Dr. Pratt with first-hand knowledge of the struggles students face while pursuing their education and inspired him to encourage others in their careers. Dr. Pratt states that he firmly believes in the community college concept, and is very proud of his degree from Ivy Tech.

To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Earn a High School or College cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater.
  • File a current year FAFSA.
  • Reside in Jefferson, Ripley or Switzerland County in Indiana or Trimble or Carroll County in Kentucky.



ProFed Scholarship

This scholarship is based on financial need and academic success.  There are no restrictions on college major or number of credit hours completed.  The funding is to be used for tuition, fees, books, supplies and personal expenses.


Professor J.H. "Jack" Schoenfelder Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established by long-time Ivy Tech Faculty Member J.H. "Jack" Schoenfelder to aid students within the Business Administration, Accounting and Logistics and Supply Chain programs.


Prosser School of Technology Scholarship

This Prosser School of Technology scholarship, held by the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana, is made available by an anonymous donor and through a match by the Paul Ogle Foundation.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Eligible students must have completed classes at Prosser School of Technology.
  • Prosser School of Technology transcript must be submitted with the scholarship application.
  • Recommended 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale
     

 


R. Kent Witte & Stacey Ford Walters Scholarship in Memory of Shannon Ford

This scholarship was created by the donors in memory of Shannon Ford to provide financial support and incentive for Ivy Tech students. Amount: $250; AS, TC declared student; completed 12 program hours of study; Minimum GPA of 2.5; Home campus = Columbus; The scholarship will be available to cover tuition, fees, other college-related expenses, transportation or child care as, as appropriate




R. Louie Gonzalez Endowed Scholarship

This Scholarship was established by long time employee R. Louie Gonzalez to assist East Chicago, Gary, or Crown Point/Merrillville students in achieving academic success.  To be eligible for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria: be a US citizen; be enrolled full-or part-time in any Associate Degree program; earned a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or greater; do not currently receive a Pell Grant and/or are not a Senior Scholar (educational costs are being funded through personal funds, loans and/or other scholarships); and, be in Good Academic Standing per Standards of Academic Progress in Financial Aid Priority will be given to students transferring to a four-year Indiana school.


Racheal Ambrose Stinson Memorial Scholarship

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Muncie or Henry Co. campus 
-2nd year student
-Early Childhood Education Major
-Financial need
-Essay Required
 
Priority consideration will be given to students with a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA.




Radiation Therapy Professional Scholarship

The Radiation Therapy Professional scholarship was established by an anonymous donor to assist a student enrolled in his/her second year in the Ivy Tech Bloomington Radiation Therapy program. This scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring semesters.

To be eligible for this award, student must meet the following criteria:
  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.3; and
  • Student must be seeking a degree and be in his/her second year in the Ivy Tech Bloomington Radiation Therapy program.
Selection will be based on the student's overall professionalism and clinical competency.
 


Randy & Kathy Vernon Endowed Scholarship

The Randy and Kathy Vernon Endowed scholarships are intended to encourage students of promise and need at Ivy Tech’s Bloomington campus who desire to pursue careers in the radiation therapy field.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Student must be currently enrolled full-time in the Radiation Therapy Program at Ivy Tech Bloomington;
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5; and
  • Student must secure a letter of recommendation from a staff or faculty member associated with one of the current clinical affiliate agencies.
 
 


Ray and Marcie Tichenor Scholarship

The Ray and Marcie Tichenor scholarship was established in 2006 by the late Ray and Marcie Tichenor to assist those students who have completed their first year of program study. This scholarship is awarded in the fall and spring semesters to one student as long as he/she remains in good standing at Ivy Tech Bloomington.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0;
  • Student must remain in good standing at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus for the duration of the scholarship;
  • Student must have completed at least two terms at Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington; and
  • Student must demonstrate a desire to succeed in pursuing academic and career goals.



Rees, John & Sue Scholarship

The John and Sue Rees Scholarship is intended to provide financial assistance to students who are enrolled in the Criminal Justice program. John’s life has involved professions within the correctional system, and he and Sue understand the need for providing for a skilled workforce within law enforcement and criminal justice. John and Sue would like to assist students who are interested in pursuing a meaningful career within this field of study.

To be considered for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Be enrolled in Criminal Justice Technical Certificate (TC), Associate of Science (AS), or Associate of Applied Science (AAS) program
  • Attend the Ivy Tech Madison Campus.
  • Demonstrate financial need by filing a current year FAFSA.
  • Demonstrate academic success having earned a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
  • Be enrolled full- or part-time.

Scholarship may apply to tuition, books, fees and/or supplies. The scholarship is renewable to the same student. One ($1000) or two students ($500 each)




Reg 05 - "Accounting" For Your Future Scholarship

This scholarship was created in 2015 by Michelle Simmons, Kokomo Campus President. Michelle received her degree in Accounting and  created this scholarship for accounting students.

To be eligible for this scholarship must meet the following criteria:
  • must attend a Kokomo Campus or Instructional site
  • must live in Carroll, Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami, Tipton or Wabash County
  • must have a minimum 2.8 GPA
  • must have earned at least 24 credit hours
  • must be pursuing an Associate degree in Accounting
  • must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship application
  • must submit a general essay.



Reg 05 - 2020-21 Miami County Health Sciences & Nursing Impact Scholarship

The Miami County Health Sciences & Nursing Impact Scholarship is for Miami County high school students and returning adult students interested in achieving a degree in the school of health sciences or nursing (Nursing, Health Sciences, Paramedic, Dental, Healthcare, Surgical Tech, Medical Assisting). Miami County health science students will benefit from affordable, transferable, high quality education, training, equipment and hands-on experience close to home.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:
  • Miami County Resident
  • Attend a Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional Site located in Kokomo, Logansport or Peru
  • Must be seeking a degree in a Health Science program or accepted into a Nursing program
  • Full-time student
  • Minimum GPA 2.5
  • Write a short essay about why they want to be a health care professional
Preference will be given to students who do not receive other forms of financial assistance.


Reg 05 - A & L Snipes Endowed Schshp

Arnie & Laura Snipes established this scholarship in 2016. The Snipes's are firm believers in education and want to help the students of Fulton County achieve their dreams.

To be eligible for this scholarship must meet the following criteria:
  • Attend a Kokomo Region Campus or instructional site or North Central Region Campus or Instructional Site
  • Live in Fulton County
  • Complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Submit a general essay
  • Demonstrate Financial Need



Reg 05 - Adler Feed Express

Adlers Feed Express established this scholarship in 2015.  The scholarship is for students living in Howard or Tipton Counties enrolled in the Agriculture program.


To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must attend a Kokomo Campus or Instructional site
  • Must live in Howard or Tipton County
  • Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Must have a minimum of 15 credits completed
  • Must be enrolled in the Agriculture Program
  • Must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Must complete a general essay

This scholarship may be used for tuition, fees and books


Reg 05 - Agriculture Scholarship

$1,000 will be awarded annually. Money can be used for tuition, fees, and books.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Must have participated in FFA activities during high school
  • Must desire to pursue agriculture as a major.
  • Must have achieved a 2.5 GPA or higher.
  • Must apply for admission to Ivy Tech Kokomo Region.



Reg 05 - American Legion Ladies Auxiliary #60 Scholarship

Scholarship criteria:
Attend a Kokomo Service area Campus or Instructional Site
Must be a Cass County Resident
Must be a veteran of the United States Armed Forces (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard)
 
Preference will be given to a graduate of Pioneer or Logansport High School


Can be used for tuition, fees and books



Reg 05 - Arnie and Laura Snipes Scholarship

Arnie & Laura Snipes established this scholarship in 2016. The Snipes's are firm believers in education and want to help the students of Fulton County achieve their dreams.
 

To be eligible for this scholarship must meet the following criteria:

  • Attend an Operational Site in the Kokomo, Logansport, Peru, Rochester, South Bend or Elkhart Service Areas
  • Live in Fulton County
  • Complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Submit a general essay
  • Demonstrate Financial Need



Reg 05 - Boots-2-Books Scholarship

This scholarship is for Military Veterans or Reserves; may be used toward books, fees, tuition, or other college/educational supplies

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Minimum 2.5 GPA.
  • New or returning student;
  • Current FAFSA on file for the academic year.
  • Enrolled in at least 9 credits
  • Must reside Howard, Cass, Fulton, Miami, Tipton County.
  • Must be able to demonstrate proof of community service, club involvement or volunteer work.
  • Prior service veteran (one that served honorably on active duty in Army, Marines, Air Force, Navy, or Coast Guard, reserves or the guard); OR an active duty veteran (Army, Marines, Air Force, Navy, or Coast Guard, reserves or the guard)



Reg 05 - Cass County Community Spirit Scholarship

Scholarship will be awarded to a Cass County resident attending Ivy Tech Community College Kokomo Campus. This scholarship may be used for tuition, fees and book costs.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be a resident of Cass County.
  • Continuing students maintaining a 2.0 GPA are eligible
  • Applicants will be reviewed for essay content, other aid and merit. Essays should include information about involvement in community service
  • Students actively engaged in community service in Cass County will be given first consideration.

    Other types of financial aid will be considered first; however, students who are not eligible for other types of aid may be considered also.



Reg 05 - Cass County Democratic Party Scholarship

This scholarship was created by the Cass County Democratic Party in March 2014 to recognize longtime Cass County resident, Jim Weaver.  Mr. Weaver was a  great community leader, serving as a school board member, city councilman, Economic Development president and a driving force behind completion of the Hoosier Heartland project.

Scholarship is a $500 annual award and will be awarded to a Cass County resident attending Ivy Tech Community College Kokomo Campus or operational site who is also a registered voter. This scholarship may be used for tuition, fees and book costs.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be a resident of Cass County.
  • Must have a minimum 2.5 GPA.
  • Applicant must be a registered voter.
  • Preference will be given to applicants enrolled in the following programs: Agriculture, Criminal Justice, Dental Assisting, Early Childhood Education, Education, Health Care Support, Human Services, Medical Assisting, Nursing / Practical Nursing, Paramedic Science, Public Safety or Surgical Technology.

Other types of financial aid will be considered first; however, students who are not eligible for other types of aid may be considered also.




Reg 05 - Celestine Johnson and Dorothy Hardy Scholarship

The Celestine Johnson and Dorothy Hardy Scholarship was created in honor of Celestine Johnson upon her retirement as the Executive Director of Human Resources for the Kokomo Campus of Ivy Tech.  Many of Celestine's friends and colleagues contributed to this scholarship in her honor.  Celestine also wanted to include her mother in the scholarship name since her mother, Dorothy Hardy was such a positive influence in her life.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:
  • Minimum GPA of 2.5
  • Live in Howard County
  • Attend a Kokomo Campus or Operational Site
  • African American Student
  • Not  eligible for other forms of aid
  • Complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
    • Preference given to a graduate of Kokomo High School
Can be used for tution fees and books


Reg 05 - Chancellor Stephen J. Daily Legacy Scholarship

This scholarship was created by staff, faculty, friends and family of Chancellor Steve Daily. 

Steve Daily began his career at Ivy Tech as the Logansport site manager in December 1995. In July 1996, he was named executive dean of what was then known as Region 5, and in 2000, he became chancellor of what now is the Kokomo Campus, which includes campuses and operational sites in Kokomo, Logansport, Peru,  and Rochester.


To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must have completed at least 30 hours
  • Must attend a Kokomo campus or operational site
  • Must be in Good Standing
  • Must live in Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami, Wabash or Tipton County
  • Must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
Preference will be given to students pursuing a degree in either Education or Agriculture.

 This scholarship can be used towards tuition, books and fees. 



Reg 05 - City of Logansport AS Degree Scholarship

This scholarship was created by the City of Logansport to provide tuition & fee assistance to students who need to complete a minimum number of classes for an Associate degree. 

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must have declared an Associate Degree as their degree objective and have earned a minimum of 30 credit hours.
  • Must have a current Ivy Tech cumulative GPA equal to 2.5 or higher.
  • Must have permanent residency in Logansport.
  • Must enroll in and complete six credits per semester.
  • Must enroll in credit courses in consecutive academic semesters, not to include summer semester to continue to receive the award.



Reg 05 - City of Logansport GED Scholarship

To provide tuition & fee assistance to GED graduates who choose to attend Ivy Tech Community College in Logansport.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Complete the Scholarship Application.
  • Have a current FAFSA on file.
  • Must be admitted to Ivy Tech Community College - Logansport.
  • Provide a copy of GED scores showing a minimum score of 54.0 or 540.
  • Must have permanent residency in Logansport.



Reg 05 - City of Logansport Technical Certificate Scholarship

Provide tuition & fee assistance to students who need to complete a minimum number of classes for a technical certificate.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must have declared a technical certificate as their degree objective and have earned a minimum of 15 credit hours.
  • Must have a current Ivy Tech cumulative GPA equal to 2.5 or higher.
  • Must have permanent residency in Logansport.
  • Must enroll in and complete six credits per semester.
  • Must enroll in credit courses in consecutive academic semesters, not to include summer semester to continue to receive the award.



Reg 05 - Clark Shearer Memorial Scholarship (05 Zero Fund Committee)

This scholarship was created in memory of former Wabash Campus employee, Clark Shearer who passed away in 2009.  Clark's passion was helping Ivy Tech students. This scholarship is a $500 award.


Eligibility criteria:
  • Must be a resident of Wabash County
  • Must be enrolled at the Wabash Campus
  • Must complete FAFSA
  • Must demonstrate financial need
  • Must submit a general essay
  • Must complete the Ivy Tech Scolarship Application

Scholarship can be used for tuition, books and fees.


Reg 05 - Cole Family Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2018 by the Cole Family for Cass County students attending the Kokomo  Campus.


To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Attend an Ivy Tech campus in the Kokomo Service Area
  • Resident of Cass County attending one of the local high schools: Logansport, Lewis Cass, Pioneer or Caston
  • Complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Minimum GPA of 2.0
 
  • Preference will be given to Hispanic Students
May be used for tuition, fees, and books


Reg 05 - Community Howard Regional Health Nursing Scholarship

Community Howard Regional Health created this scholarship in 2015 for students pursing an Associate in Nursing.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:
 
  • Must attend a Kokomo Campus or Operational Site
  • Must live in the Kokomo Region (Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami, Wabash, or Tipton County)
  • Must currently be enrolled/accepted into the AS Nursing Program
  • Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Must have earned at least 13 credit hours in degree program
  • Must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship application
  • Must submit a general essay

Scholarship may be used for tuition, fees and books


Reg 05 - Conrad & Karen Uitts Scholarship

This scholarship was created by Conrad & Karen Uitts.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:
  • May be either a full or part time student.
  • Must be a resident of Howard County.
  • Preference given to Western High School graduates.
  • Minimum 2.0 GPA.
  • Scholarship is need based.
    Scholarship can be used for tuition, books and fees.



Reg 05 - Culinary Arts Scholarship

Scholarship will be awarded to a Culinary Arts student living in the Kokomo Campus service area. This scholarship may be used for tuition, fees and book costs.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be a resident of Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami, or Tipton County.
  • Must have a minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Students attending the Peru Instructional Site will be given a higher preference.
     



Reg 05 - David W. Cattin Scholarship

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Attend a Kokomo Service Are Campus or Instructional Site
  • Live in Miami County
  • Minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Demonstrate Financial Need
  • Complete the general Essay
 



Reg 05 - Delphi Electronics and Safety Scholarship

Delphi Electronics and Safety in Kokomo created this scholarship in 2015.


To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must attend a Kokomo Region campus or Instructional Site
  • Must live in Cass, Fulton, Howard, miami, or Tipton County
  • Minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Must be enrolled in one of the following academic programs:
  • Engineering Technology (AS)
  • Industrial Technology (AS)
  • Machine Tool Technology (AS)
  • Manufacturing Production & Operations (AS)
  • Advanced Automation & Robotics Technology (AS)
  • Automotive Technology (AS)
  • Design Technology (AS)
  • Applicant must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Applicant must complete a general essay



Reg 05 - Dental Assisting Scholarship

The Dental Assisting Scholarship was established in the summer of 2015 for students pursuing a degree in the Dental Program.


To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Applicant must have a minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Applicant must attend a Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional Site
  • Applicant must live in Cass, Fulton, Howard Miami, or Tipton Counties - with a preference given to a resident of Howard County
  • Applicant must be pursuing a degree in Dental Assisting
  • Applicant must have earned at least 15 hours in their degree program
  • Applicant must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarshp Application



Reg 05 - Dick Rayl Memorial Scholarship

The Dick Rayl Memorial Scholarship is an award for students who are majoring in the School of Business.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Have a current FAFSA on file.
  • Minimum GPA of 2.0.
  • Resident of Howard county.
  • Must be a student in the School of Business.
  • Must have completed at least 30 credit hours.

    Scholarship is need based and can be used for tuition, books and fees.



Reg 05 - Doing the Dream Diversity Scholarship

​The Doing the Dream Diversity Scholarship celebrates the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Each year the Ivy Tech Kokomo service area hosts an event called "Doing the Dream" and hosts a minority speaker to address local students as well as  community members through a variety of convocations.  The recipient of this scholarship will be invited to attend the community banquet and be recognized as the Doing the Dream Diversity Scholarship recipient.


To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Minority Student
  • Must live in Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami, or Tipton County
  • GPA 2.0 or higher
  • Must Complete Scholarship application
  • Must complete general essay
  • Must be taking at least 6 credit hours
     
Award may cover tuition, fees, and books



Reg 05 - Don and Louise Thomas Scholarship

This scholarship was created by Don and Louise Thomas in 2013 in honor of Ivy Tech's 50th Anniversary and Don and Louise's 60th wedding anniversary. This scholarship can be used towards tuition, books and fees. 

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Minimum GPA of 3.2
  • Must be pursuing a degree in Nursing, Practical Nursing, Business Administration, or Agriculture.
  • Must be enrolled at a Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional Site.
  • Must have completed at least 30 hours in their program area.
  • Live in Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami, or Tipton Counties,
  • however preference will be given to students living in Howard County



Reg 05 - Don Heckard Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was created in memory of Don Heckard, who died in March 2013. During his lifetime, Don was a Cass County farmer, businessman, civic leader and avid Ivy Tech supporter. Don served on many Ivy Tech boards at both the local and state levels. He was instrumental in helping make the Logansport campus a reality.  Don believed all students should have access to education.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must have a minimum GPA of 3.2
  • Must attend a Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional Site
  • Must be pursuing a degree in Nursing or Agriculture.
  • Applicants must have completed at least 30 hours in their degree area.
  • Applicants may live in either Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami, Wabash, or Tipton County, however preference will be given to students living in Cass County.
  • Applicants must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application.


This scholarship can be used towards tuition, books and fees.

Selection is to be determined by the Ivy Tech Community College Scholarship Committee




Reg 05 - Dr. Rebecca A. Nickoli Scholarship

The Dr. Rebecca A. Nickoli Scholarship was established in 2014 by the Kokomo Region to recognize Dr. Rebecca A. Nickoli for her outstanding service to Ivy Tech Community College.  Dr. Nickoli served as the director of the Logansport campus from 1992-1995.  Dr. Nickoli retired from Ivy Tech in 2014, at the time of her retirement, she was the Vice President for the Corporate College and Grants Administration for the statewide Ivy Tech system.
 

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be pursuing an Associate Degree
  • Must be a single parent
  • Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Must attend a Kokomo Region campus or instructional site
  • Must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Must be in Good Standing
Preference will be given to students who are in the Licensed Practical Nursing Program.

 
This scholarship can be used towards tuition, books and fees.



Reg 05 - ECED Program Fund

ECED Scholarship fund will provide financial assistance to ECED students pursuing their educational goals through the Early Childhood Education program at Ivy Tech Community College.  The funds will be apportioned to cover costs associated with ECED tuition and fees linked to courses included in the CDA Process Certification, other ECED Certifications and courses toward an ECED degree at Ivy Tech.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
 
  • Must be enrolled in Early Childhood Program at Ivy Tech Kokomo region
  • Maintain a 2.5 or greater GPA

 


Reg 05 - Ellis Family Scholarship

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be a student attending a Kokomo Campus or Instructional Site.
  • Must be a resident of Howard County.
  • Must complete the current FAFSA. If the applicant receives enough financial aid to cover tuition, fees and book costs, other applicants will be considered first.

    Selection is need based. Scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees and book costs. Students may reapply for the scholarship if funding is available.



Reg 05 - Farm Credit Mid-America

The Farm Credit Mid-America Scholarship will be awarded to a student pursuing an Associate degree in Agriculture


To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be pursuing an Associate degree in Agriculture
  • Must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours
  • Must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
  • Must live in  Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami, or Tipton County
  • Must be attending Kokomo Region or Instructional Site



Reg 05 - Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles established this scholarship in 2015.  The scholarship is for students in the academic programs of Business, Engineering Technology, Industrial Technology, Manufacturing Production and Operations, or Advanced Automation and Robotics Technology.
 

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Applicant must attend a Kokomo Campus or Instructional Site
  • Applicant must live in Cass, Fulton, Howard , Miami, Tipton County
  • Applicant must have a minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Applicant must be enrolled in one of the following academic programs:
  • Business (AS)
  • Engineering Technology (AS
  • Machine Tool Technology (AS)
  • Manufacturing Production and Operations (AS)
  • Advanced Automation & Robotics Technology (AS)
  • Applicant must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Applicant must complete a general essay

Scholarship may be used for tuition, fees and books


Reg 05 - First Farmers Bank & Trust - Peru

This scholarship was established in 2016 by First Farmers Bank & Trust  for students attending the Peru Campus.


To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must live in Cass, Fulton, Howard or Miami County
  • Must be pursuing an Associate Degree
  • Must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Must submit a general essay
  • Must complete the FAFSA
  • Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Must show service or leadership to their community or campus
  • Must demonstrate financial need
Must attend the Peru Campus
May be used for tuition, fees, and books


Reg 05 - First Farmers Bank & Trust Scholarship

This scholarship was created in 2015 by First Farmers Bank & Trust.The award shall be up to $1,000 per studnets annually.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • must attend a Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional site
  • must live in Howard or Miami County
  • must have a minimum 3.0 GPA
  • must have earned at least 15 credit hours
  • must be pursuing an Associate degreein either Business Administration or Agriculture
  • must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship application
  • must submit a general essay.



Reg 05 - First Responders Scholarship

The First Responders Scholarship is for students enrolled in the following programs: Criminal Justice - Law Enforcement, Paramedic Science, or Public Service-Fire Safety.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be attending a Kokomo Region campus or instructional site.
  • Must be a resident of Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami, Wabash, or Tipton county.
  • The scholarship will be awarded based on academic excellence, community involvement and civic leadership.
  • Applicant may be a part- or full-time student.
  • Must complete the current year FAFSA.

    While not limited to, preference will be given to students who have completed 12 credit hours or are already engaged in first responder careers.



Reg 05 - For the Love of Education- Endowed

Up to $1,000 award per semester for tuition, fees, and books.

The For the Love of Education Scholarship will be awarded to two outstanding students per semester at the Logansport Campus. This scholarship, intended to be the highest of honors, can be applied to tuition, fees, and books for one student per semester, excluding summer semester.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be a resident of Cass, Fulton, Pulaski, or Carroll County.
  • Must be attending the Logansport Campus.
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA or 8.0 on a 12.0 scale.
  • Must complete the current FAFSA.
  • Applicants will be reviewed for essay content and meerit.
  • Applicant must be willing to complete an interview process as part of the competitive nature of the scholarship and be willing to speak publicly at the For the Love of Education Scholarship fundraiser.



Reg 05 - Fulton County Book Grant

The Fulton County Scholarship is up to a $250 awarded annually intended to assist students who reside in Fulton County.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Complete current FAFSA.
  • Be a full-time student in Kokomo Service Area.
  • Have a GPA of 3.0 or higher or GED score of 54 (540)
  • Reside in Fulton County.

    Students may be a new or returning student.
    Past recipients may re-apply for award.



Reg 05 - Fulton County Community Spirit

Scholarship will be awarded to a Fulton County resident attending an Ivy Tech Community College Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional Site. This scholarship may be used for tuition, fees and book costs.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be a resident of Fulton County.
  • Continuing students maintaining a 2.0 GPA are eligible
  • Applicants will be reviewed for essay content, other aid and merit. Essays should include information about involvement in community service
  • Students actively engaged in community service in Fulton County will be given first consideration.

    Other types of financial aid will be considered first; however, students who are not eligible for other types of aid may be considered also.



Reg 05 - Futures Unlimited - Kokomo

The Kokomo Futures Unlimited is a scholarship designed to assist first time Ivy Tech students who fall into one of the four target groups: displaced workers, women re-entering the workforce, minorities, or recipients of public assistance.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must have completed the current FAFSA
  • Must have a minimum 2.0 GPA.
  • Must reside in Howard County.
  • Must be attending a Kokomo Region campus or Instructional Site.
  • May be a new student.
  • Must be at least a half-time student or more.

 

Other types of financial aid will be considered first .




Reg 05 - Futures Unlimited - Logansport

The Logansport Futures Unlimited is a scholarship designed to assist first time Ivy Tech students who fall into one of the four target groups: displaced workers, women re-entering the workforce, minorities, or recipients of public assistance.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must have completed the current FAFSA
  • Must have a minimum 2.0 GPA.
  • Must reside in Cass County.
  • Must be attending  Logansport Instructional Site.
  • Must be a new student.
  • Must be at least a half-time student or more.

 

Other types of financial aid will be considered first .




Reg 05 - Futures Unlimited - Wabash (05 Zero Fund)

The Wabash Futures Unlimited is a scholarship designed to assist students with a portion of their tuition and fees for their Ivy Tech Community College courses. This scholarship is to be used for tuition and fees only.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Must have completed the current FAFSA
  • Must submit an essay.
  • Must have a minimum 2.0 GPA.
  • Must be a Wabash County resident.
  • May be a new or returning student.
  • Must be at least a half-time student or more.

    Other types of financial aid will be considered first .



Reg 05 - Gayle Eikenberry Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was created in memory of Gayle Eikenberry after his unexpected death on May 21, 2014.  Gayle was a 1966 graduate of Tipton High School. In 1970 he earned his bachelor's degree from Indiana University and in 1976 he received his Master's in Education. Gayle retired in 2004 from Kokomo Center School Corporation after 24 years of service. He had previously taught at Maconaquah for 10 years. He also served as an Adjunct Professor at Indiana University Kokomo for 10 years and was an Associate Professor at Ivy Tech in Kokomo at the time of his death.

This scholarship can be used towards tuition, books and fees.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • must have a minimum GPA of 3.0
  • must be general studies student
  • must have completed at least 30 hours
  • must attend a Kokomo Region campus or instructional site
  • must live in Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami, or Tipton County
  • must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
     



Reg 05 - Gene Haas Foundation Scholarship - Kokomo

This scholarship will support students who are enrolled in Machine Tool Technology and/or Manufacturing at the Kokomo campus- Logansport site.This scholarship will support tuition, books, and/or fees and NIMS credentialing for the Ivy Tech School of Technology. Students should be currently enrolled-in or will be enrolling in a machine based training program and/or engineering program. Applicants must have a High School Diploma or GED and at least a 2.5 GPA.


Reg 05 - Gerald Lamkin Scholarship

The purpose of the Gerald Lamkin Scholarship is to allow students who can only attend Ivy Tech on a part-time (6-9 credit hours) basis to continue and finish their education. The scholarship is a $250 annual award.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be enrolled/accepted into a program of study within the Kokomo Region.
  • Must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or greater.
  • Must be enrolled as a part time student.
  • Must complete the current year's FAFSA.

    This scholarship may be used towards tuition, fees and book costs.



Reg 05 - Goodfellows Scholarship

The Goodfellows Scholarship is a $1,000 scholarship awarded annually for tuition assistance for part-time and/or full-time students. The scholarship will be awarded half in the fall semester and the other half in the spring semester. The selection committee will strongly consider the applicant's involvement with community service.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must complete a current FAFSA.
  • Must reside in Howard County.
  • Must have graduated from high school within last 3 years
  • Must have achieved a "C" average in high school or post-secondary education..
  • Community service is extremely important.

    Past Goodfellows Scholarship recipients may apply



Reg 05 - Grace and Oliver Brunson Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was created by Rita Jackson in 2014 in memory of her maternal grandparents, Grace and Oliver Brunson. The Brunson's lived and worked in Peru and Miami County most of their lives. They raised seven children. Oliver worked on the C&O railroad and Grace was a homemaker. After Oliver retired from the C&O railroad, they bought a farm north of Peru.  Although neither attended college, they knew the importance of education and how it can bring hope. After their daughter's husband died at the age of 28, the Brunson's became caregivers for their daughter and her two children, Rita and Karen. It is because of their caring attitudes and value of education that Rita chose to award this scholarship to nursing students.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must have a minimum GPA of 3.2
  • Must attend a Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional Site
  • Must live in Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami, Wabash, or Tipton Counties.  Higher preference will be given to students living in Miami County
  • Must be pursuing a degree in Nursing or Practical Nursing
  • Must have completed at least 30 hours in their program area
  • Must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application.
This scholarship may be used for tuition, fees and books.


Reg 05 - Hamilton Lab/Phlebotomy Scholarship

The Hamilton Lab/Phlebotomy Scholarship was created by Hershell Hamilton, an Ivy Tech instructor who teaches Phlebotomy.
Scholarship Criteria:
Attend a Kokomo Campus or Instructional Site
Seekding a Phlebotomy Certificate in Healthcare Support
Minimum GPA 2.5
Preference will be given to a Cass County resident.

Can be used for tuition fees and books



Reg 05 - Hardin Student Success Scholarship

Fran Hardin, a long time Ivy Tech employee established this scholarship as she was retiring so she could continue helping Ivy Tech students.
 

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Attend an Ivy Tech Community College Campus or Instructional Site in Kokomo, Logansport, Peru or Rochester
  • Complete a general essay
  • Complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • First semester students

 

  • This scholarship may be used for tuition, fees, and books




Reg 05 - Harvey S. Poling, Jr. Scholarship - Kokomo

This scholarship, held by the Ivy Tech Foundation, is established as a tribute to a veteran teacher and Ivy Tech administrator, Harvey S. Poling, Jr. to allow students in need to continue and finish their education in a timely fashion.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be at least 28 years of age.
  • Must have completed at least one-half of the program of study.
  • Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA.
  • Must have a financial need.
  • Must have completed a current FAFSA.



Reg 05 - Haynes International

Haynes International, a global company in Kokomo, established this scholarship in 2015.  The scholarship is for students in the academic programs of Business, Engineering Technology, Industrial Technology, Manufacturing Production and Operations, or Advanced Automation and Robotics Technology.


To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Applicant must attend a Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional site
  • Applicant must live in Cass, Fulton, Howard , Miami, or Tipton County
  • Applicant must have a minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Applicant must be enrolled in one of the following academic programs:
  • Business (AS)
  • Engineering Technology (AS
  • Machine Tool Technology (AS)
  • Manufacturing Production and Operations (AS)
  • Advanced Automation &Robotics Technology (AS)
  • Applicant must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Applicant must complete a general essay



Reg 05 - Howard County Master Gardener Scholarship

This scholarship is made possible by the Howard County Master Gardener Association. It is a $250 annual scholarship award.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be a resident of Howard County.
  • Must be attending a Kokomo Campus or iInstructional Site.
  • Must be enrolled in the Agriculture Program.
  • May be a part time or full time student.
  • Must have a minimum of cumulative 2.50 GPA.
  • Selection is not need based. scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees and book costs. Students may reapply for the scholarship as long as they are in good standing and making academic progress.
  • Preference will be given to students who have completed 12 credit hours.



Reg 05 - Ivy Tech Kokomo Book Grant

This scholarship is designed to assist students in acquiring needed textbooks for their Ivy Tech Community College courses. This grant is used for textbook purchases only. The scholarship funds up to $500 for the cost of the textbooks. Students who are enrolled in 11 credit hours or less are eligible for up to $250. Students who are enrolled in 12 credit hours or more are eligible for up to $500

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Student must have a completed FAFSA for the current school year. Other types of financial aid will come first.
  • Applicants will be reviewed for essay content, other aid, and merit.
  • Past recipients are not eligible.



Reg 05 - Ivy Tech Kokomo Nursing Scholarship

The Ivy Tech Kokomo Nursing Scholarship is a $500 annual award to eligible nursing students. The purpose of the scholarship is to allow students in need to continue and finish their education in a timely fashion. This scholarship may be used towards tuition, fees and book costs.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Must be currently enrolled/accepted into the AS Nursing degree RN or LPN to RN program in Kokomo Region.
  • Must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.60 or greater.
  • Must be enrolled as a full time student;
  • Must complete a current year FAFSA.
  • Must complete the Nursing program within four years from the time the first scholarship is received.

    This is a one-time award only.
    Applicants must write a brief one-page essay defining your vision for your nursing future instead of the essay requirement on the application.



Reg 05 - James and Katherine Scheffler Scholarship

The James and Katherine Scheffler Scholarship was created in 2017 by Kathy Scheffler in memory of Pamela Lazaro, a young girl full of hope. Kathy is a first generation college student and majored in business administration and economics. When she began looking for a job, she was not offered equal pay for equal work as a woman in a predominately male career field.

Kathy believes that through education and knowledge, the world has the ability to change for the better. Kathy has established this scholarship because she wants to give back to the community that has been so good to her family.  Her goal is to provice life changing educational opportunities for women and to honor Pamela Lazaro whose desire was to become a teacher. Kathy met Paula in an orphanage in Tanzania when Pamela was 10 years old.  Pamela passed away when she was 14. She touched Kathy's heart with her amazing hope for the future.

Criteria:
  • Attend a Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional Site
  • Live in a Kokomo Region (Counties; Cass, Howard, Fulton, Miami, Tipton)
  • Minimum 15 Credit Hours completed
  • Minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Demonstrate financial need (student who receives partial Pell funding)
  • Submit general essay
  • Preference given to students in the Nursing or Education programs
  • Preference given to a Female Student
  • Preference given to a student from Tanzania
Scholarship may be used for tuition, fees and books




Reg 05 - James and Katherine Scheffler Scholarship-Endowed

The James and Katherine Scheffler Scholarship was created in 2017 by Kathy Scheffler in memory of Pamela Lazaro, a young girl full of hope. Kathy is a first generation college student and majored in business administration and economics. When she began looking for a job, she was not offered equal pay for equal work as a woman in a predominately male career field.

Kathy believes that through education and knowledge, the world has the ability to change for the better. Kathy has established this scholarship because she wants to give back to the community that has been so good to her family.  Her goal is to provice life changing educational opportunities for women and to honor Pamela Lazaro whose desire was to become a teacher. Kathy met Paula in an orphanage in Tanzania when Pamela was 10 years old.  Pamela passed away when she was 14. She touched Kathy's heart with her amazing hope for the future.
 

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • ​Attend a Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional Site
  • Live in a Kokomo Region (Counties; Cass, Howard, Fulton, Miami, Tipton)
  • Minimum 15 Credit Hours completed
  • Minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Demonstrate financial need (student who receives partial Pell funding)
  • Submit general essay
  • Preference given to students in the Nursing or Education programs
  • Preference given to a student from Tanzania
Scholarship may be used for tuition, fees and books




Reg 05 - Jean Koch Memorial Scholarship

Up to $500 Award annually. .

The Jean Koch Memorial Scholarship was created by friends and family in memory of Jean Koch, former Dean of the School of Business. The scholarship is for students in the programs of Computer Information Systems or Computer Information Technology. Award my be used for tuition, fees and books

Eligibility criteria:

  • Must be a full-time student.
  • Must be resident of Howard County.
  • Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0.
  • Must be a student of the Schools of Business, Computer Information Systems or Computer Information Systems or Computer Information Technology.
    Award is need based



Reg 05 - Jim and Lalla Heyde Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was created in 2016 in memory of Jim and Lalla Heyde.  Jim and Lalla,  lifelong members of Rochester, were both community leaders and philanthropists.  They both loved Rochester and believed in working to make Rochester a better place through many ways, including education.
 

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must have a Minimum 2.7 GPA

  • Must attend an Ivy Tech Campus or Instructional Site.

  • Must live in Fulton County

  • Must be a graduate of a Fulton County, Indiana High School (Caston High School or Rochester High School)

  • Must have completed 30 credit hours

  • Must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application

  • Must complete a general essay

  • Must demonstrate financial need

  • Preference will be given to a student pursuing a Technology degree.

     

     

    • Scholarship may be used for tuition, fees and books




Reg 05 - Joe Reed Family Scholarship

The Joe Reed Family Scholarship was created by Joe and his family to benefit Cass County students. Award is an annual amount to be spread over fall and spring semesters. Preference given to Logansport Campus Attendees.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be a Cass County resident.
  • Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0.
  • Must be at least half-time

    Scholarship is to be used for tuition only.



Reg 05 - John R. and Jane D. Dragoo & Family Scholarship (05 Zero Fund Committee)

John "Hap" and Jane Dragoo established this scholarship in 2015 for Ivy Tech students living in Wabash County.  Hap and Jane moved to Wabash in 1961 when Hap began practicing medicine. Hap and Jane both graduated from Indiana University and have a deep respect for education as well as the financial strain schooling can create.  After retiring from medicine, Hap began teaching anatomy and physiology classes at Ivy Tech in Wabash.

This is a $400 annual award scholarship

Scholarship criteria:

  • must have 2.5 minimum GPA
  • must reside in Wabash County
  • must complete current year FAFSA
  • must demonstrate financial need
  • must complete Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • must be a United States citizen


Preference given to students:

  • Attending Wabash Campus
  • Graduated from one of the following high schools: Northfield, Southwood, Wabash, or Manchester


Scholarship may be used for tuition, fees or books




 


Reg 05 - Johnson Agency

The Johnson Agency Scholarship was established in early 2017 for students living in Cass or Howard County.
 

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Attend a Kokomo Campus or Instructional Site
  • Live in Cass or Howard County
  • Minimum 15 Credit Hours completed
  • Minimun GPA of 3.0
  • Complete the Ivy  Tech Scholarship Application
  • Demonstrate financial need
  • Submit general essay
    • Preference given to students in the Nursing or Education programs

 


Reg 05 - Julie Grotelueshen Ravencroft Memoriam Scholarship

Tom and Janet Ravencroft established this scholarship in 2016 in memory of their daughter-in-law, Julie.


To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Minimum 2.7 GPA
  • Attend a Kokomo Service Area Campus or Instructional Site or South Bend Elkhart Campus

    Graduate of a Fulton County Indiana High School (Caston High School or Rochester High School)
  • Complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Submit a general essay
  • Demonstrate Financial Need
  • Preference may be given to a non-traditional, underserved, single custodial parent



Reg 05 - Kokomo Alumni Scholarship

The Kokomo Alumni Scholarship is $1,000 scholarship awarded annually. Part-time students may receive up to $200 per semester; full-time students may receive up to $500 per semester.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be the immediate family member (spouse, child, stepchild, or parent) of any Ivy Tech alumni.
  • must be attending Ivy Tech the Kokomo Region in the fall semester of the current academic year.
  • Must submit a minimum of two letters of recommendation.

    The scholarship will be awarded based on academic excellence, community involvement and civic leadership.

    The award must first be applied to Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana tuition and fees, and then pay for books and supplies.



Reg 05 - Kokomo New Car Dealers Association Scholarship

The purpose of the scholarship is to allow students to help purchase the required tools for the Automotive degree program.

This is a one-time scholarship award, past recipients are not eligible.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be enrolled in the Automotive Program.
  • Must reside in Howard County.
  • Must complete the current FAFSA.
  • Must have a minimum GPA of 2.0.
  • Selection is based upon merit, financial need and community service.



Reg 05 - Kokomo Women's Department Club Scholarship

This scholarship, created by the Kokomo Women's Department Club, is to assist Howard County residents in furthering their education.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must have a current FAFSA on file.
  • Must be a Howard County resident.
  • Must be enrolled in at least 9 credit hours.
  • Must be a Kokomo Region student.
  • Must submit an essay.

    Priority will be given to students with financial need.



Reg 05 - Logansport Campus Book Grant

This scholarship is designed to assist students in acquiring needed textbooks for their Ivy Tech Community College courses. This grant is used for textbook purchases only. The scholarship funds up to $500 for the cost of the textbooks. Students who are enrolled in 11 credit hours or less are eligible for up to $250. Students who are enrolled in 12 credit hours or more are eligible for up to $500

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Student must have a completed FAFSA for the current school year.
  • Other types of financial aid will come first.
  • Applicants will be reviewed for essay content, other aid, and merit.
  • Past recipients are not eligible.



Reg 05 - Logansport Latino Scholarship

This scholarship can be used for Tuition, books and fees. To qualify for this scholarship, students must have a GPA of at least 2.0, attend the Logansport Campus, live in Cass, Fulton, or Pulaski County and bring a diverse perspective to the college. An essay on how you will bring a diverse perspective to the college is required. Preference will be given to a student with Hispanic or Latino background.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must have a 2.0 GPA
  • Must attend the Logansport Campus
  • Must reside in Cass, Fulton, or Pulaski County
  • Must bring a diverse perspective to the college
  • Must complete essay



Reg 05 - Louise Jackson and Karen Jackson-Blue Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was created by Rita Jackson in memory of her mother, Louise and sister Karen. Louise and Karen both passed away in August 2012. Rita is a retired educator, having retired from Ivy Tech in 2006. Rita's areas of specialty included math, computers and business. She firmly believes in education and assisting others attain their educational goals. This scholarship can be used towards tuition, books and fees.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:
  • Minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Pursuing a degree in Liberal Arts or Business Administration with a concentration in Math, Accounting, or Computer Information Systems.
  • Must be enrolled at a Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional Site.
  • While students living in all Kokomo Region counties will be considered, preference will be given to students residing in Miami County.


$500 annual award




Reg 05 - Mary Craig Success Scholarship

Mary Craig, a 20+ year employee of Ivy Tech, created this scholarship not only as a way of giving back to her employer that gave her so many opportunities, but also to pay it forward to Ivy Tech students.

Scholarship criteria:
*Attend an Ivy Tech Campus or Instructional site in Kokomo, Logansport, Peru or Rochester
*Must have completed 15 credit hours
*GPA 2.6 or higher
*Complete the general essay
*Complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship application

Award may cover tuition, fees & books.



Reg 05 - Miami County Community Spirit Scholarship

Scholarship will be awarded to a Miami County resident attending Ivy Tech Community College Kokomo Region. This scholarship may be used for tuition, fees and book costs.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be a resident of Miami County.
  • Must have a completed a FAFSA for the current year.
  • Continuing students maintaining a 2.0 GPA are eligible
  • Applicants will be reviewed for essay content, other aid and merit. Essays should include information about involvement in community service
  • Students actively engaged in community service in Miami County will be given first consideration.

    Other types of financial aid will be considered first; however, students who are not eligible for other types of aid may be considered also.



Reg 05 - Miami County Economic Development Authority Scholarship

This scholarship was created by the Miami County Economic Development Authority in 2016 for students from Miami County pursuing a degree in Industrial Technology in the Kokomo Region.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must attend Kokomo region or instructional site
  • Must be pursuing an Associate in Industrial Technology
  • Must reside in Miami County
  • Must have a 2.5 or higher GPA
  • Must Complete FAFSA
  • Must complete Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Must complete general essay

Scholarship may be used for tuition, fees or books




Reg 05 - Miami County Health Sciences & Nursing Impact Scholarship

The Miami County Health Sciences & Nursing Impact Scholarship is for Miami County high school students and returning adult students interested in achieving a degree in the school of health sciences or nursing (Nursing, Health Sciences, Paramedic, Dental, Healthcare, Surgical Tech, Medical Assisting). Miami County health science students will benefit from affordable, transferable, high quality education, training, equipment and hands-on experience close to home.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:
  • Miami County Resident
  • Attend a Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional Site located in Kokomo, Logansport or Peru
  • Must be seeking a degree in a Health Science program or accepted into a Nursing program
  • Full-time student
  • Minimum GPA 2.5
  • Write a short essay about why they want to be a health care professional
Preference will be given to students who do not receive other forms of financial assistance.


Reg 05 - Miami County Health Sciences & Nursing Impact Scholarship 2021-2022

The Miami County Health Sciences & Nursing Impact Scholarship is for Miami County high school students and returning adult students interested in achieving a degree in the school of health sciences or nursing (Nursing, Health Sciences, Paramedic, Dental, Healthcare, Surgical Tech, Medical Assisting). Miami County health science students will benefit from affordable, transferable, high quality education, training, equipment and hands-on experience close to home.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:
  • Miami County Resident
  • Attend a Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional Site located in Kokomo, Logansport or Peru
  • Must be seeking a degree in a Health Science program or accepted into a Nursing program
  • Full-time student
  • Minimum GPA 2.5
  • Write a short essay about why they want to be a health care professional
Preference will be given to students who do not receive other forms of financial assistance.


Reg 05 - Mid America Beverage

 Mid America Beverage, Inc. established this scholarship in 2015.  The scholarship is for Kokomo Region students in the ASAP program. 

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:
  • Must attend a Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional site
  • Must live in Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami, Tipton County
  • Must be enrolled in the Associate Accelerated Program (ASAP)
  • Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Must complete a general essay

This scholarship may be used for tuition, fees and books


Reg 05 - Mike Anderson Auto Group

This scholarship was established in 2017 by Mike Anderson Auto Group for Kokomo Region students from  Cass,  Fulton, Howard or Miami Counties.

To be eligible for this scholarship must meet the following criteria:
  • Attend a Kokomo Region Campus
  • Live in Carroll, Cass, Fulton, Miami or Howard County
  • Complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Submit a general essay
  • Completed 15 credit hours
  • Minimum GPA of 3.0

May be used for tuition, fees, and books


Reg 05 - Mike Bolinger Memorial Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was created in 2015 in memory of Mike Bolinger by his wife, Lynne.  Mike was a Kokomo area attorney who also was an Ivy Tech instructor.  Mike truly loved teaching and loved his students.  Mike's mother and siblings have ensured this scholarship will honor Mike into perpetuity.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:
  • Applicant must attend a Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional Site.
  • Applicant must live in Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami, or Tipton Counties
    • Preference given to a Howard County student
  • Applicant must be in the Associate Accelerated Program (ASAP)
  • Apllicant must have minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Applicant must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Applicant must complete an essay
  • Selection to be determined by Ivy Tech Community College scholarship committee
  • This scholarship may be used for tuition, fees, and books



Reg 05 - Mike Bolinger Memorial Scholarship

Mike Bolinger was an adjunct faculty member for the Kokomo Region. He died of cancer in 2013.  His widow, Lynne Bolinger has established a scholarship in Mike’s name for our ASAP students.
 
  • Applicant must attend a Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional Site.
  • Applicant must live in Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami, or Tipton Counties
    • Preference given to a Howard County student
  • Applicant must be in the Associate Accelerated Program (ASAP)
  • Apllicant must have minimun 2.0 GPA
  • Applicant must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Applicant must complete an essay
  • Selection to be determined by Ivy Tech Community College scholarship committee
  • This scholarship may be used for tuition, fees, and books



Reg 05 - Mike Culver Memorial Scholarship

Michael "Mike" Culver joined Ivy Tech in June 2010 and served our students as an outstanding employee until his untimely death in May 2020. His roles inculded adult basic education instructor, assistant director of Admissions at the Peru Campus, associate director of Student Support and Development and student advisor a tthe Wabash Campus and academic advisor at the Kokomo Campus.
Scholarship Criteria:
Attend an  Ivy Tech Kokomo Service Area Campus or Instructional Site
Full-time student
Completed 24 credit hours
Minimum 24 years old
Minimum GPA of 3.0
Seeking a Technical Certificate, Associate Degree or Associate of Applied Science Degree from the school of Advanced Manufacturing Engineering & Applied Technology which includes the following programs:

Advanced Automation & Robotic (AAS) (TC),  Agriculture (AS) (AAS) (TC), Landscape Technician (TC), Automotive Technology (AAS), Automotive Service (TC), Diesel Technology (AAS), Diesel Heavy Truck (TC), Construction Technology Management (TC), Carpentry Specialist (TC), Electrical Specialist (TC), Engineering Technology (AS), Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (AAS) (TC), Industrial Technology (AAS), Industrial Electrical (TC), Industrial Mechanical (TC), Welding (TC), Machine Tool Technology (AAS) (TC),
Manufacturing Production and Operations (AAS) (TC), Mechanical Engineering Technology (AS).

Preference given to a Construction Technology Students in Constrruction Tecnology Management (TC), Carpentry Specialist (TC), or Electrical Specialist (TC).
 
Scholarship may be used for tuition, fees and books.



Reg 05 - Neel Family Scholarship

The Neel Family Scholarship was established in 2015 by Jean Neel, an Ivy Tech Kokomo Regional Trustee. Jean was the first female appointed to the position of Vice President for Haynes International Inc. headquartered in Kokomo, IN.

Jean is very proud of the fact that she began her education at a community college. She began her education at Potomac State College of West Virginia prior to attending Marshall University where she attained both her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees.

Jean established this scholarship because she never forgot those who helped her, “When I first started college I needed all the money I could scrape up. There was a local family that started a scholarship that was awarded to a local student based on ‘character’. I received it several semesters and it helped me pay for my books and fees. I was always grateful to them and never forgot their generosity. This is my way of expressing gratitude for those who have helped me along the way and stepping up to do the same for others.”
 

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

 
  • Applicant must have a minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Applicant must attend a Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional Site.
  • Applicant must live in Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami, or Tipton Counties
  • Applicant must have earned at least 30 hours in their degree program
  • Applicant must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Applicant must complete an essay
  • This scholarship may be used for tuition, fees, and books
  • Selection to be determined by Ivy Tech Community College scholarship committee



Reg 05 - Patsy Daily Scholarship

The Patsy Daily Scholarship is a scholarship for students seeking a degree in Early Childhood or Elementary Education.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be a resident of Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami, or Tipton counties.
  • Must be enrolled in the Education Progam..
  • Must have a minimum GPA of 2.5.
  • Must be at least 25 years old.
  • Must have a current FAFSA on file.
  • Must submit a one-page essay.

    Scholarship may be used for tuition and fees only.



Reg 05 - Pauline Barker Scholars Scholarship (05 Zero Fund Committee)

This scholarship was established by a trust created by Pauline Barker, a life-long Wabash resident who died in 1999.  Ms. Barker established her educational trust to support higher education in Wabash County.


Eligibility criteria:
  • Must be a resident of Wabash County
  • Must attend the Northeast or Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional Site
  • Must submit a general essay
  • Must complete the Ivy Tech Scolarship Application
  • Preference given to students attending the Wabash Campus
  • Preference given to students who complete a general essay
Scholarship can be used for tuition, books and fees.  $500 Annual Award


Reg 05 - Pay it Forward Endowed Scholarship

The Pay it Forward Scholarship was established by Robert Mullen and Dianna Delgado in 2013.  They believe in the concept of "paying it forward" to others in the hopes that the recipient of their kindness will in turn assist others when able.  This scholarship is a $500 annual award for full-time, Kokomo campus students with a minum GPA of 2.5.  The student also must have completed 24 credit hours.  Preference given to Howard County students.


To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be a Full-time student, 12 or more credit hours
  • Must have a GPA of 2.5 or higher
  • Must have earned 24 or more credit hours
  • Must attend the Kokomo Campus
 
Preference give to Howard county residence and essay submission
 


Reg 05 - Peggy Hanes Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was created in memory of Peggy Hanes, a former Ivy Tech - Kokomo employee. The scholarship was created by family and friends of Peggy's.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be aresident of Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami, or Tipton Counties.
  • Must have a current FAFSA on file
  • Must complete an essay.
  • Minimum GPA of 2.0.
  • Must be working on first degree with Ivy Tech Community College.



Reg 05 - Peru Campus Book Grant

Award amount varies

This scholarship is designed to assist students in acquiring needed textbooks for their Ivy Tech Community College courses. This grant is used for textbook purchases only. The scholarship funds up to $500 for the cost of the textbooks. Students who are enrolled in 11 credit hours or less are eligible for up to $250. Students who are enrolled in 12 credit hours or more are eligible for up to $500

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  •  Must be a Miami County Resident
  • Must have a current FAFSA on file
  • Must submit an essay



Reg 05 - Peru Nursing Scholarship

The Peru Nursing Scholarship is a $500 annual award to eligible nursing students. The purpose of the scholarship is to allow students in need to continue and finish their education in a timely fashion. This scholarship may be used towards tuition, fees and book costs.
 
To be eligible for this scholarship must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be currently enrolled/accepted into the AS Nursing degree RN program at the Kokomo Campus.
  • Must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or greater.
  • Student must live in Miami County.
  • Preference is given to a student attending the Peru Instructional Site.



Reg 05 - Peru Rotary Club Scholarship

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

 
  • Attend an Ivy Tech Campus or Instructional site in Kokomo, Logansport, Peru or Rochester
  • Must be a resident of Miami County
  • GPA 2.5 or higher
  • Complete the general essay
  • Complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship application
  • Preference will be given to a student 25 years and older
  • Preference given to a student who has received the Peru Rotary Scholasrship and continues to meet the scholarship requirements.
  • Student must attend a Peru Rotary Club meeting to receiev scholarship recognition.
  • Student must agree to be recognized through all media outlets to promote scholarship opportunity.

Award may cover tuition, fees & books.
 



Reg 05 - Pulaski County Community Spirit Scholarship

$500 Annual Award

Scholarship will be awarded to a Pulaski County resident attending Ivy Tech Community College Kokomo Region. This scholarship may be used for tuition, fees and book costs.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Must be a resident of Pulaski County.
  • Continuing students maintaining a 2.0 GPA are eligible
  • Applicants will be reviewed for essay content, other aid and merit. Essays should include information about involvement in community service
  • Students actively engaged in community service in Pulaski County will be given first consideration.

    Other types of financial aid will be considered first; however, students who are not eligible for other types of aid may be considered also.



Reg 05 - RD Filip

This scholarship was created in 2015 by the RD Filip company for students that reside in Howard County. 

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:
  • Must attend a Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional Ssite
  • Must live in Howard County,
  • Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Must have earned at least 30 credit hours
  • Must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship application
  • Must submit a general essay
  • Must complete the FAFSA
  • Must demonstrate financial need
Tuition Fees and Books
 


Reg 05 - REALTORS Association of Central Indiana Scholarship

Award is up to $500 annually.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be attending a Kokomo Region campus or the Marion Ivy Tech campus or Instructional Site.
  • A resident of Carroll, Cass, Grant, Howard, Miami, or Tipton County.
  • May be part time or full time students.
  • Part time students must maintain a minimum of 6 credit hours.
  • Current students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0.
  • Must complete the current FAFSA.
  • If an applicant receives enough financial aid to cover tuition, fees and book costs, other applicants will be given preference.
  • Applicant selection is not need based.
  • Scholarship awards must be applied to tuition, fees and book costs.
  • Students may reapply to continue the scholarship.



Reg 05 - Rex Veach Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was created as a memorial to Rex Veach, owner of Moon Fabricating. The purpose of this scholarship is to assist welding students continue and finish their education in a timely fashion.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be an Ivy Tech Kokomo student.
  • Must be pursuing an AAS or TC in Welding.
  • Must have a minimum GPA of 2.0.
  • Must have a current FAFSA on file
 
  • The award is to be used toward tuition and fees.



Reg 05 - Richard J. Lynn Legacy (05 Zero Fund Committee)

Richard Lynn, during his lifetime, was a commercial artist, cartoonist, and newspaper editor.  Mr. Lynn also worked at Ivy Tech Community College in Wabash and thoroughly enjoyed helping students.  Mr. Lynn passed a way in January 2010.

Eligibility Criteria:
  • Student must live in Wabash County
  • Must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Preference given to students who attend the Wabash Campus
  • Preference given to students who commplete the general essay



Reg 05 - Robert J. Daily Memorial Scholarship

$500 per semester award.

The Robert J. Daily Memorial Scholarship was created in memory of Bob Daily by his family and friends. This scholarship is designed to assist students in obtaining their degree in the Kokomo Region of Ivy Tech Community College. This scholarship is for tuition, books and fees..

Eligibility criteria:

  • Student must have a completed FAFSA for the current school year. Other types of financial aid will come first.
  • Applicants will be reviewed for essay content, other aid, and merit.
  • Past recipients are not eligible.
  •  



Reg 05 - Rochester Telephone Company Scholarship

Rochester Telephone Company established this scholarship in 2016. Students can receive up to $1000.00 annually.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:
  • Attend any Kokomo Region Campus or instructional site
  • Live in Fulton County
  • Complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Submit a general essay
  • Demonstrate Financial Need
Scholarship can be used towards tution, fees and books


Reg 05 - Ross & Mary Jackson & Nell Smith Scholarship

The scholarship was created in 2016 by Rita Jackson in memory of her grandparents, Ross & Mary Jackson and her aunt, Nell Smith. Scholarship for ASAP students with need from our region with preference to a Miami County student. Scholarship maybe used for for Tuition, fees, and books.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:
  • must attend a Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional Site
  • Must reside in County = Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami, or Tipton 
  • Must be enrolled in the Associate Accelerated Program (ASAP)
  • Must complete a general essay
  • must demonstrate financial need-FAFSA
  • Must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship





REG 05 - Sarah and Gus Tweed Memorial Scholarship

The Sarah and Gus Tweed Memorial Scholarship was established in 2016 by friends of the Tweed family. The scholarshiip honors Sarah and her son Gus who passed away on June 11, 2015. Sarah was a graduate of Lewis Cass High School, Indiana University Kokomo and a patient care technician on the Obstetrics floor at St. Vincent Hospital in Kokomo

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:
  • Must attend Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional Site
  • Must reside in Howard or Cass county
  • Must have a current and completed FAFSA
  • Must complete General Essay
  • Must currently be enrolled/accepted into the AS or PN Nursing program
  • Must have completed at least 15 credit hours in degree program
  • Minimum 2.0 GPA



Reg 05 - Security Federal Savings Bank

Security Federal Savings Bank established this scholarship in 2015.  The scholarship is  for students in the School of Business from the Kokomo or Lafayette Regions that live in Carroll, Cass, Howard or Tippecanoe County.
Eligibility criteria:
  • Must attend a Kokomo or Lafayette Region campus
  • Must live in Carroll, Cass, Howard or Tippecanoe County
  • Must be pursuing an Associate Degree
  • Must be enrolled in a Business program with preference given to a student in Business Administration
  • Must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Must submit a general essay

Scholarship may be used for tuition, fees and books


Reg 05 - Security Federal Savings Bank Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2017 by Security Federal Savings Bank for Kokomo Region students from Carroll, Cass, Howard or Tippecanoe Counties.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:
  • Attend the Kokomo Region Campus
  • Live in Carroll, Cass, Howard or Tippecanoe Counties
  • Pursuing a degree in Business Administration
  • Complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Submit a general essay
  • Completed 15 credit hours
  • Minimum GPA of 2.5
  • Must demonstrate financial need
Preference given to a Cass County student

Scholarship may be used for tuition, fees and books


Reg 05 - Security Federal Savings Bank Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2017 by Security Federal Savings Bank for Kokomo Region students from Carroll, Cass, Howard or Tippecanoe Counties.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:
  • Attend the Kokomo Region Campus
  • Live in Carroll, Cass,  Howard or Tippecanoe Counties
  • Pursuing a degree in Business Administration
  • Complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Submit a general essay
  • Completed 15 credit hours
  • Minimum GPA of 2.5
  • Must demonstrate financial need
Preference given to a Cass County student

Scholarship may be used for tuition, fees and books


Reg 05 - St. Vincent Kokomo Nursing Scholarship

St. Vincent Kokomo created this scholarship in 2015 for students pursing an Associate in Nursing.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:
  • Must attend a Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional Site
  • Must live in the Kokomo Region (Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami, Tipton or Wabash County)
  • Must currently be enrolled/accepted into the AS Nursing Program
  • Must have a minimum 2.6 GPA
  • Must have earned at least 13 credit hours in degree program
  • Must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship application
  • Must submit a general essay

Scholarship may be used for tuition, fees and books
Selection determined by the Ivy Tech Community College Scholarship committee


Reg 05 - Suzanne B. and Richard E. Belcher Scholarship

Established in 2016, the Suzanne B. and Richard E. Belcher Scholarship benefits Fulton County students attending a Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional Site. The Belchers, long-time residents of Fulton County, value education at all levels. Suzanne worked in the Fulton County Schools as a speech pathologist for many years. Richard serves as a Regional Trustee for Ivy Tech Community College.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:
  • Must reside in Fulton County
  • Must Attend a Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional Site
  • Must Demonstrate financial need
  • Must Complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Must Submit a general essay
 
  • This scholarship may be used for tuition, fees, and books


 


Reg 05 - Sycamore Recreation Association Scholarship

This scholarship was created in 2003 by the Sycamore Recreation Association with proceeds from the sale of Delco Park in Kokomo. The scholarship is based on merit, financial need and community service.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must attend a Kokomo Region campus or Instructional Site
  • Must be in Good Standing
  • Must live in Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami, or Tipton County
  • Must have a minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Must complete the FAFSA
  • Must complete a general essay
  • Must be pursuing an Associate Degree or Technical Certificate
  • Must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
Preference given to students who demonstrate community service.
 

This scholarship can be used towards tuition, books and fees.


Reg 05 - Teresa F. Glazier Memorial Scholarship

In memory of Teresa F. Glazier and in cooperation with Ivy Tech Foundation, Ivy Tech Kokomo Region is offering this scholarship award.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must have completed Accuplacer testing and is currently placed into ENG 075 - ENGL 111 Cohort.
  • Applicant must be currently enrolled for the next semester in ENG 075 - ENGL 111 Cohort
  • Must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or greater.
  • Must complete the current year's FAFSA.

    This is a one time award. Scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees and/or book for ENG 075 only.



Reg 05 - The Andersons, Inc. Agriculture Scholarship

This scholarship was created by The Andersons, Inc. to benefit Agriculture students.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be Kokomo Region student.
  • Must be enrolled in the Agriculture Program.
  • Must have minimum of cumulative 2.0 GPA (current students).
  • Must complete the FAFSA for the applicable year.
  • May be a part time or full time student.
  • While not limited to, preference will be given to students who have completed 12 credit hours.
  • If the applicant receives enough financial aid to cover tuition, fees and book costs, other applicants will be considered first.
  • Applicant selection is not need based
  • Scholarship my be applied toward tuition, fees and book costs.
  • Students may reapply to continue the scholarship.



Reg 05 - Thermodyn HVAC Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2017 for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning students. 

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:
  • Attending an Ivy Tech Campus or Instructional site in Kokomo, Logansport or Peru
  • Live in Cass, Howard, Miami or Tipton County
  • Enrolled in the HVAC Program
  • Complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Submit a general essay
  • Scholarship may be used for tuition, fees and book
Selection to be determined by Ivy Tech Community College scholarship committee



Reg 05 - Tipton County Community Spirit Scholarship

$500 Annual Award

Scholarship will be awarded to a Tipton County resident attending an Ivy Tech Community College Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional Site. This scholarship may be used for tuition, fees and book costs.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Must be a resident of Tipton County.
  • Continuing students maintaining a 2.0 GPA are eligible
  • Applicants will be reviewed for essay content, other aid and merit. Essays should include information about involvement in community service
  • Students actively engaged in community service in Tipton County will be given first consideration.

    Other types of financial aid will be considered first; however, students who are not eligible for other types of aid may be considered also.



Reg 05 - Tyson Foods Scholarship

Created by Tyson Foods to assist Ivy Tech students living in Cass County student.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:
  • Attend a Kokomo Region Campus
  • Live in Cass County
  • Minimum GPA of 2.5
  • Demonstrate Financial need
  • Submit a general essay
  • Complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application

Scholarship may be used for tuition, fees, and books
 


Reg 05 - Vohne Liche Kennels Scholarship

This Scholarship was created in 2016 to assist students from Miami County.

 
To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must attend Kokomo region or instructional site
  • Must reside in Miami County
  • Must have a 2.5 or higher GPA
  • Must Complete FAFSA
  • Must complete Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Must complete general essay
  • Must demonstrate financial need

 

 

Scholarship may be used for tuition, fees or books




Reg 05 - Wabash Community Spirit Scholarship – Endowed (05 Zero Fund Committee)

Up to $1,000 award annually.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Must be a Wabash County resident.
  • Must be attending classes in Ivy Tech Northeast Region.
 
  • Other types of financial aid will be considered first; Students who are not eligible for financial aid may be considered for up to $1,000 per year.
  • This scholarship can be used for tuition, fees or books



Reg 05 - Wabash GED Scholarships (05 Zero Fund Committee)

The Wabash GED Scholarship is $500 annual award for students who have completed their GED and are registered with Ivy Tech Community College Northeast and Kokomo Region.

Eligibilty criteria:

  • Must have a score of 540 or higher on GED exam or TASC.
  • Must attach a copy of GED/TASC score to application.
  • Must have complete FAFSA on file. Must be enrolled at one of the Ivy Tech Northeast or Kokomo Region campuses.



Reg 05 - Wabash Nursing Scholarship (05 Zero Fund Committee)

The Wabsh Nursing scholarship is a $500 annual award for students who are currently enrolled in a nursing program in the Ivy Tech Community College Northeast or Kokomo Region or students pursuing a nursing degree .

Eligibility criteria:

  • Must have a GPA of 2.6 or greater.
  • Must be a full-time student.
  • Must reside in Wabash County.
  • Must complete the current years FAFSA.
  • Must write a brief one-page essay defining your vision for your nursing future

    This is a one-time award only;



Reg 05 - We Can Do It STEM Scholarship

In the 1940s, Rosie the Riveter became an American cultural icon, encouraging all able-bodied women and men to join the workforce in all types of careers. Working in munitions factories and shipyards, the power of both women and men in the economy was apparent. More than 80 years later, there is a worker shortage in STEM related fields. The We Can Do It STEM Scholarship was established by Pamela Wiggins in 2021 to encourage others to enter STEM fields.
Scholarship Criteria:
  • Attend a Kokomo Campus or Instructional Site.
  • Minimum GPA 2.5
  • Minimum of 12 credit hours
  • Demonstrate financial need
  • Pursuing a Technical Certificate or Associate Degree in STEM fields including:
    • Advanced Automation & Robotics Technology (AAS)
    • Advanced Automation & Robotics (TC)
    • Automotive Technology (AAS)
    • Automotive Service (TC)
    • Industrial Technology (AAS)
    • Industrial Electrical (TC)
    • Industrial Mechanical (TC)
    • Welding (TC)
    • Machine Tool Technology (AAS, TC)
    • Mechanical Engineering Technology (AS)
    • Biology (AS)
    • Computer Science (AS)
    • Cyber Security/Information Assurance (AS, AAS, TC)
    • Database Management and Administration (AS, AAS, TC)
    • Informatics (AS, AAS, TC)
    • Information Technology Support (AAS, TC)
    • Software Development (AS, AAS, TC)
Preference to be given to women
 




Reg 05 - Welding Institute Scholarship

Scholarship will be awarded to a student attending Ivy Tech Community College Kokomo Region's Welding Program in Logansport. This scholarship may be used for tuition, fees and book costs.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be enrolled in the Welding Program
  • Must be a resident of Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami, Pulaski, Tipton or Wabash County.
  • Must have 2.0 GPA

Other types of financial aid will be considered first; however, students who are not eligible for other types of aid may be considered also.




REG 05 - Wild Indiana Outdoors

In January 2015, the Ivy Tech Wild Indiana Committee hosted an outdoor expo at the Ivy Tech Event & Conference Center. The event was a success and the committee decided to create an annual scholarship.
 
  •  Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0
  •  Must attend a Kokomo Region Campus or Instructional site
  •  must live in Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami, or Tipton Counties
  •  Must be pursuing a degree in Agriculture or Homeland Security/Public Safety
  •  must have earned at least 15 hours in degree program
  •  Must complete Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  •  Must complete the general Essay



Reg 05 - Will Stonestreet Technology Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was created by the family and friends of William P. Stonestreet II. Will was a Northwestern High School Senior and an Ivy Tech student enrolled in the Integrated Technology Education Program in Advanced Manufacturing. Sadly, Will died in an automobile accident on November 11, 2017.

To be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:
  • Industrial Technology student
  • Must live in Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami or Tipton County
  • Must have completed 12 credit hours in program
  • GPA 2.0 or higher
  • Must Complete Scholarship Application
  • Preference given to a student living in Howard County
Award may cover tuition, fees & books.



Reg 05 - Will Stonestreet Technology Scholarship

This scholarship was created by the family and friends of William P. Stonestreet II.  Will was a Northwestern High School Senior and an Ivy Tech student enrolled in the Integrated Technology Education Program in Advanced Manufacturing. Sadly, Will died in an automobile accident on November 11, 2017.

Scholarship criteria:
  • Industrial Technology student
  • Must live in Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami or Tipton County
  • Must have completed 12 credit hours in program
  • GPA 2.0 or higher
  • Must Complete Scholarship Application
  • Preference given to a student living in Howard County
Award may cover tuition, fees & books.



Reg 05 - Workforce Development Strategies Inc. Scholarship

The Workforce Development Strategies Inc. Scholarship is a $750 annual award for students who are furthering his or her education due to loss of employment through business closing or job displacement and in need of additional skills to re-enter the labor force.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Must be a resident of Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami, Wabash or Tipton County.
  • Must be at least 25 years old.
  • Must be an individual enrolled at Ivy Tech Community College and who is furthering his or her education due to the loss of employment through a business closing or job displacement and in need of additional skills to re-enter the labor force.
  • May be part time or full time student.
  • Must have a minimum of cumulative 2.5 GPA (current students).
  • Must complete the current FAFSA
  • If the applicant receives enough financial aid to cover tuition, fees and books costs, other applicants will be considered first
  • Applicant selection is not need based.
  • Scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees and book costs.
  • Applicant may receive this scholarship one time.



Reg 06 Delta Dental Foundation Dental Hygiene Scholarship

Two Delta Dental Foundation Scholarships in the amount of $1250 each are available to students who are enrolled and are in good standing in the dental hygiene program. Recipients must be an IN resident.  Students must be in their 2nd semester of the program and have completed 15 program level hours.  Preference will be given to applicants who possess strong leadership qualities and ethical standards and are involved in community service.  A reference letter should be attached that addresses the student’s leadership qualities, ethical standards, critical skills and patient interaction.  One scholarship will be awarded for the fall semester and one for the spring semester.  Scholarship funds must be used for tuition, fees, textbooks, and instruments.  Not available to individuals receiving a full scholarship from another organization. Essay Required.
 


Reg 06 ECED Program Fund

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Anderson, Marion, Muncie, or Henry Co. campus
-Enrolled in the Early Childhood Education Program
-Enrolled in the CDA Process Certification or other ECED Certificate programs
-GPA 2.5 or higher
 
Priority consideration will be given to students with a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA


Reg 10 - ECED Program Fund

The ECED scholarship fund provides financial assistance to ECED students pursuing their educational goals through the Early Childhood Education program at Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana.  Scholarship funds may be apportioned to cover costs associated with ECED tuition and fees linked to courses included in CDA Process Certification, other ECED certficates and any other coursework included in the ECED degree programs at Ivy Tech.  Preference will be given to applicants who do not currently receive financial assistance and have maintained a 2.5 GPA or greater.  Funds will be made available to the individual regions as indicated by the donors.  Regional ECED program chairs will be responsible for distribution of the Scholarship funds in collaboration with the regional Financial Aid Director and local ECED advisory board.


Reg 12 - George Taliaferro Scholarship Fund

Applicants of the George Taliaferro scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Tell City, Princeton). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must be a degree seeking student; have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.


Reg 12 - Marjorie Fletcher Memorial Scholarship

Applicants of the Marjorie Fletcher Memorial scholarship must be enrolled at the Southwest Service Area (Evansville, Tell City, Princeton). Student must be earning a degree from the School of Business (Accounting, Business Administration, Computer Information Systems/Technology and/or Office Administration). Students must be female; have a minimum GPA of 2.5; and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.


Reg 12 - Old National Bank Foundation Scholarship

Applicants of the Old National Bank Foundation scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Tell City, Princeton). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must be a 21st Century scholar; have a minimum GPA of 2.5; and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs. Preference given to a racially diverse student or a student with a disability majoring in Business (Accounting, Business Administration, Computer Information Systems, Computer Information Technology, Information Security, Office Administration) or a related field. Recipients of scholarship required to participate in financial coaching.


Reg 12 - Sherry Crawford Memorial Scholarship

Applicants of the Sherry Crawford Memorial scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Tell City, Princeton). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.


Reg 12 - Women in Technology Scholarship

Applicants of the Women in Technology scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Tell City, Princeton). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Female students representing a traditionally underrepresented minority group; must be the first in their family to attend college; must be majoring in Computer Information Systems or Computer Information Technology; student must enroll in at least 6 credit hours per semester; have a minimum GPA of 2.5; and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. Scholarship awards may be used only for tuition, fees, books, and emergency expenses.




Regina McManus Resnik Scholarship

Started by George Resnik, Sr.in honor of his wife, Regina McManus Resnick. Mrs. Resnick was a nurse and a recipient for the Katherine Kasper Healthcare Award. For a full- or part-time, enrolled in the School of Health Sciences program. Must be in good standing.


Regions Bank Scholarship - Sellersburg

This scholarship, held by the Harrison County Community Foundation, is made available through a matching grant from the Paul Ogle Foundation and a donation by Regions Bank.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • First priority is for residents of Harrison County
  • Residents of Clark, Floyd, or Washington counties may be considered in the event Harrison County residents do not utilize the scholarship
  • Recommended 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale
  • Enrolled at Ivy Tech Sellersburg



Regions Bank Scholarship-Bloomington

The Regions Bank scholarship was established by Regions Bank to support a student who is seeking an AS or AAS degree at Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington. This scholarship is awarded in fall and spring to the same student as long as he/she remains in good standing at Ivy Tech Bloomington.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0;
  • Student must remain in good standing at the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus for the duration of the scholarship; and
  • Student must be seeking an AS or AAS degree at Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington.
 
 


Reid Nursing Endowment - Richmond

Originally established by Reid Hospital and Health Care Services and Fayette Regional Health System to help meet the need of the critical shortage of health care providers. Other donors have continued to add to this fund. The goal is to help Ivy Tech Community College students achieve their education goals and gain skills needed to succeed in the field of nursing. Full and part-time students may apply, and high school graduates from the Richmond campus/service area are preferred. Preference given to minority students or members of those populations underrepresented in the health care profession. In the situation of two equally qualified students, preference will be given to the student who is not receiving other grants, College or Foundation Scholarships and who have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher. Scholarship funds may be used for tuition, fees, books, supplies or equipment required for a students participation in a course.






Reverend Farris and Dr. Ramona Clifton

Awards scholarships for incoming or current students enrolled in any program at Ivy Tech. Community College Sellersburg.  The recipient must complete 2 hours of community/volunteer service each week during the semester they receive this award. Must be admitted to and pursuing an AS, AAS, TC, CT at Ivy Tech Sellersburg. For renewal, student must have a 2.5 grade point average and the recipient must complete 2 hours of community/volunteer service each week during the semester they receive this award.




Rhonda K. & and Brittney L. Scott Scholarship

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Muncie, or New Castle campus 
-Enrolled in a program within the School of Public and Social Services or the School of Education in one of the following majors:
-Criminal Justice
-Homeland Security
-Emergency Management
-Hospitality Administration
-Human Services
-Library Technical Assistant
-Mortuary Science
-Paralegal Studies
-Public Safety Technology
-Early Childhood Education
-Education

-Essay Required

Priority consideration will be given to students with a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA.




Richard J. Lynn Legacy

Richard Lynn, during his lifetime, was a commercial artist, cartoonist, and newspaper editor.  Mr. Lynn also worked at Ivy Tech Community College in Wabash and thoroughly enjoyed helping students.  Mr. Lynn passed a way in January 2010.

Eligibility Criteria:
  • Student must live in Wabash County
  • Must complete the Ivy Tech Scholarship Application
  • Maintain 2.0 GPA
  • Preference given to students who attend the Wabash Campus
  • Preference given to students who complete the general essay



Richard Jeffers Boys and Girls Club Endowed Scholarship-Richmond

Must be enrolled at the Richmond campus and a Wayne County resident, member of the Boys & Girls Club of Wayne County. Must maintain a 2.0 cum. GPA and be enrolled in at least six credit hours.-Preference given to Club member in the academic year following high school graduation.  If no applicants, award can be made to Club members no more than three years following high school graduation.  




Richard M. Hettenbach Memorial Scholarship

Applicants of the Richard M. Hettenbach Memorial scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Tell City, Princeton). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.




RIPEA (Retired Indiana Public Employees Assoc) Senior Scholarship

This scholarship will be awarded to members of the Retired Indiana Public Employees Association (RIPEA) who are taking accredited classes with Ivy Tech Community College.  This scholarship is to be used specifically for books and activity fees.
 
To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must complete the Ivy Tech Community College online scholarship application;
  • Students must be a member of RIPEA; and
  • Students must be taking accredited classes through Ivy Tech Community College.



Ripley County Community Scholarship

The Lilly Foundation, Inc. established this scholarship endowment in partnership with the Ripley County community to assist Ripley County residents in the Lawrenceburg and Batesville Service Areas. The primary purpose of this fund is to provide better educational and career opportunities for the residents of Ripley County, Indiana.
 
To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • May choose any degree program.
  • Must demonstrate financial need and/or academic success by earning a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater.
  • Be a resident of Ripley County, Indiana.
  • Be enrolled as a full- or part-time student.

AWARD: Varies USE: Tuition, books or fees SEMESTER: Fall and Spring.




Ritenour Family Scholarship

The Ritenour Family Scholarship was gifted by Aldine Ritenour to support the business program at the Lafayette campus Ivy Tech. To qualify, you must be a Business student and have a GPA of 2.0 or greater taking 6 or more credit hours. Funds may be used for tuition, books or fees.


Road to Graduation Scholarship

This scholarship is the result of Circle of Ivy members committed to helping non-traditional students graduate to then achieve their dream for a better future in the Northwest service area.  ​Students must be non-traditional, have a GPA of 3.0 or greater, and attend any Ivy Tech Northwest campus (Lake County, Michigan City or Valparaiso campuses).  Students must have 12 or fewer credits needed for an Associate degree and have applied to graduate. 
 


Rob and Alma Jeffs Endowment

To be eligible for this award students must meet the following criteria:
-Attend the Muncie, or New Castle campus
-Enrolled in a School of Health Sciences or
-Enrolled in School of Nursing program in one of the following majors:
-Associate of Science in Nursing
-Dental Assisting
-Dental Hygiene-Electroneurodiagnostics
-Health Care Support
-Health Information Technology
-Imaging Sciences
-Medical Assisting
-Medical Laboratory Technology
-Paramedic Science
-Physical Therapist Assistant
-Practical Nursing
-Radiation Therapy
-Respiratory Care
-Surgical Technology
-Therapeutic Massage
-Essay Required

Priority consideration will be given to students with a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA.




Rob Smoker Memorial Endowed Scholarship-Richmond

Employees and friends have come together to honor and memorialize an outstanding former employee that left far too early.  Robert Smoker passed away July 2012 after working at Ivy Tech Richmond for 28 years.  A scholarship endowment was created for students enrolled in either the Agriculture or Construction program.




Robbia Wright Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established to provide financial support to outstanding students with a priority for those who plan to pursue a career in the office administration field.  Preference will be given to minorities, females, and first generation college attendees.
 
To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must be enrolled in any Business Division program;
  • Students must have completed at least 12 core credits with a GPA of 3.0 or above; and
  • Students must submit letters of recommendation from the applicant’s Program Chair and one instructor.



Robbie Chapman III Fire Science Endowed Scholarship

The Robbie Chapman III Fire Science Endowed Scholarship was established by Barbara and Lee Chapman to honor the legacy of their son, Robbie Chapman III, who was a student in the Fire Science program at Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington. This fund is intended to provide assistance to students who demonstrate financial need, an interest in pursuing fire science as a career, and a passion to be good stewards and citizens of their community.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • The scholarship is available to students pursuing degrees, certificates or technical certificates related to Fire Science, including Fire Prevention and Investigation, Fire Service Administration, or supporting programs in Homeland Security and Emergency Management, Environmental Health and Safety, and Public Administration.
  • Preference will be given to applicants who are children of current or retired, local firefighters.
  • Eligible applicants must be in good standing and enrolled in at least 6 credit hours through the Bloomington campus of Ivy Tech Community College.
  • Preference will be given to students who are not Pell Grant or state funded grant eligible.
  • To maximize financial security for the student, the award will be made for a full academic year with funds released at the beginning of each semester and may be renewable each year, dependent upon satisfactory academic progress of the applicant and fund availability



Robert & Mary Schmit Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship is to be applied toward tuition, fees, and books. Any balance will be provided for living expenses.
 
To be eligible for this award:
  • Students must have a 3.0 GPA or higher;
  • Students must have completed 12 credit hours or more;
  • Students must have completed at least one course in economics at Ivy Tech Northeast; and
  • Students must submit a 500 word essay on economics.



Robert & Mary Schmit Scholarship

This scholarship is to be applied toward tuition, fees, and books. Any balance will be provided for living expenses.
 
To be eligible for this award:
  • Students must have a 3.0 GPA or higher;
  • Students must have completed 12 credit hours or more;
  • Students must have completed at least one course in economics at Ivy Tech Northeast; and



Robert and Linda Sorensen Scholarship

The Robert and Linda Sorensen Scholarship was established because Bob was a longtime Executive Director of the Lafayette finance department and believes in the mission of Ivy Tech. To qualify for this scholarship, a student must attend classes in the Lafayette area, maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA and be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours. Funds may be used for tuition, books or fees.
 




Robert Holt Memorial Scholarship

The Robert Holt Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a student attending the Henry County or Muncie Campus who is active in their community and has great financial need. Priority consideration will be given to students who complete the scholarship essay and also have a $0 Expected Family Contribution (EFC) determined by FAFSA.




Robert Kerr Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is for students enrolled in the Advanced Automation and Robotics Technology program, the Industrial Technology program, and/or higher-level math courses.
 
To be eligible for this award:
  • Students must be enrolled in the Advanced Automation and Robotics Technology program, the Industrial Technology program, and/or higher-level math courses.



Robert McAllister Scholarship Endowment

Mr. Fred Rendina established the Robert McAllister Scholarship Endowment, in memory of and to honor his dear friend, helping Ivy Tech Northwest students forever.  Students must be registered in the Business Program, have a GPA of 3.25 or higher, be degree seeking and have successfully completed 15 credit hours or more in a degree program.  Students must have completed a current FAFSA, attend classes at any Ivy Tech Northwest campus (Lake County, Michigan City or Valparaiso campuses) and reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties).
 




Roha Family Scholarship - Richmond

Ann Franzen Roha, long-time employee and her family, established this endowed account. Ann was the Director of Financial Aid at Ivy Tech Community College Richmond. She demonstrated a passion for helping students throughout her career. During the more than three decades that she led Financial Aid services, she helped countless students to achieve the dream of a college education. Moving to financial aid in 1978, when 30 students were being served, to 2013 with more than 2,500 students receiving federal, state and institutional financial aid at Ivy Tech Richmond, Ann consistently worked to help each student achieve their goals. She noted how Federal grant monies have not kept pace with student educational costs, especially in paying of text books. She assured there will be an enduring source of help with textbook costs.
 




Ron & Mary Bonar Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship is for part-time or full-time students who are adults returning to college. Preference is given to minority women candidates. The funding can only be used for tuition.
 
To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must have a 2.0 GPA or higher;
  • Students must have completed at least one semester;
  • Students must have attended high school or received a GED within Allen County; and
  • Students must demonstrate a financial need.



Ronald Jacobs Memorial

Up to $500/year, with a minimum award of not less than $100/semester for tuition, fees and books for students in the Computer Information Systems program. Provided by friends and family of Ron Jacobs, an Ivy Tech Community College graduate and employee. Selection criteria: Admitted as a degree-seeking student to the Computer Information Systems Program; successfully completed at least thirty (30) quality credit hours, of which fifteen (15) must be in the Computer Information Systems Program; overall GPA of at least 2.5, and a GPA of at least 3.0 for Computer Information Systems classes; full- or part-time student.


Rose Barnes Memorial Scholarship

Established by the Business Division faculty in memory of Professor Rose Barnes, this endowed scholarship was supported by family and friends to encourage students to attain their educational goals. Amount: Up to $500; Registered in 12 credit hours; Enrolled in Office Administration; Pursuing AS, TC; Completed 12 program hours of study; Minimum GPA of 2.5; Home campus = Columbus; Award will be used first to cover fees, books and supplies (unless another source of financial aid is designated) and the balance will be made available to the recipient.


Rose, T. Academy Scholarship

As the Student Success Center Manager of the Student Success Center for Ivy Tech Community College Batesville and Lawrenceburg Campuses, Tyrone Rose believes that students of ethnic or racial minorities (including multi-racial and bi-racial students) may benefit from tangible encouragements to facilitate a sense of belonging, which also furthers the College’s mission of student retention and ultimately student success. This generous scholarship allows Mr. Rose to take another step towards his ultimate dream — to open the T. Rose Academy, a school for underprivileged young men.
 
To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Be an ethnic or racial minority, including multi-racial or bi-racial individuals.
  • Demonstrate academic success by earning a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or greater.
  • Demonstrate financial need.
  • Be enrolled in a Lawrenceburg or Batesville Campus.

Scholarship may be renewable to same recipient. Scholarship may apply to tuition, books, fees and/or supplies.




Roy and Janet Sillery Agricultural Alpha Scholarship

This scholarship is in honor of Roy and Janet Sillery to be awarded to a student pursuing an A.A.S. degree in Agriculture. Fees can be used for tuition, books and fees.


Ruby Betz Scholarship

The Ruby Betz Scholarship, started by her daughter, Janet McFarren, is available for Ivy Tech - Warsaw campus students who show financial need. The scholarship can be used to cover books/codes only, and may be used for multiple students each term. Preference given to non-Pell eligible students.




Ruth H. Braun Scholarship

The Ruth H. Braun Scholarship was created in memory of Ruth's passion for healthcare excellence and her compassion for others. The Ruth H. Braun scholarship seeks to support Ivy Tech Evansville nursing students who demonstrate academic excellence and demonstrate significant financial need. Students must remain in the nursing program to receive full benefits of the scholarship. If the recipient withdraws or fails a nursing course, he/she will forfeit the scholarship. Ruth H. Braun established Braun Nursing Home in 1957 which continues to be family owned and operated.




SABIC Process Operations Scholarship

SABIC scholarships will be awarded to students who are degree seeking in the School of Technology at the Evansville campus. Students must be enrolled in the Process Operations Technical Certificate program. Students must have completed a minimum of 12 core credits with a GPA of 2.75 GPA or above.




Santon Trust Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Santon Trust scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Campus (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.




Sapp, Rick L. Memorial Scholarship

Like many students at Ivy Tech, Rick provided his own way through school. He began working while he was in Junior High, and his career led him into sales. Because of his dedication and hard work, he climbed the sales ladder and eventually started two successful businesses. Rick worked during the day and attended school during the evening while also caring for his family.

Rick's perseverance and motivation have been an inspiration to his family. They wish to honor his memory by assisting a student with the same entrepreneurial spirit, passion and drive he had to improve not only his life, but also the lives of his family and those around him. 

To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Be enrolled at the Madison campus.
  • Be enrolled in a Business Program.
  • Demonstrate academic success by earning a High School or College 2.5 cumulative GPA or higher.
  • Demonstrate financial need.



Schmidt, Bonita Miller Scholarship

The Aurora Chapter of Tri Kappa sponsors this scholarship to celebrate the spirit of Bonita Miller Schmidt. Bonita was a member of Tri Kappa for 33 years and during her service held all offices. Many will remember her smile and strong work ethic. She believed with motivation and desire one could accomplish any goal. It is in this memory that the Aurora Chapter of Tri Kappa honors her with this scholarship. Bonita lost her battle with ovarian cancer in 2006, but her spirit and belief that one should never give up inspired this scholarship. Recipients of the scholarship should remember that, by virtue of attending college and accomplishing the first year of a rigorous nursing program, anything is attainable.
 
To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Be enrolled at the Ivy Tech Lawrenceburg Campus.
  • Be entering the second (2nd) year of the Nursing program.
  • Be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours.

AWARD: $300.00. USE: Tuition, books, or fees. SEMESTER: Fall.




School of Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering and Applied Science Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the School of Technology scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Full or part-time students pursuing a technology degree (Automotive Technology, Building Construction Management, Construction Technology, Design Technology, Electronics and Computer Technology, Energy, Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning, Industrial Technology); must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and 12 hours program completion; and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.




School of Business Veterans Scholarship

This scholarship was created to assist students in the School of Business who are veterans. Amount: $250; Must have successfully completed 30 program hours in accounting or business administration; First preference given to veterans in accounting or business administration; second preference given to any student in account or business administration; Minimum GPA of 2.0; Home campus = Columbus; Scholarship may be used for tuition, books, fees, transportation and childcare expenses.


School of Business, Logistics, and Supply Chain Scholarship

Applicants of the School of Business, Logistics, & Supply Chain Scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Tell City, Princeton). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Full or part-time students pursuing a business degree (Accounting, Business Administration, Buiness Operations, Applications, and Technology, Entrepreneurship, Supply Chain Management, or Visual Communications; must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and 12 hours program completion; and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.




School of Fine Arts and Design Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the School of Fine Arts and Design scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Tell City, Princeton). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Full or part-time students pursuing a fine arts and design degree (Environmental Design or Visual Communication); must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and 12 hours program completion; and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.


School of Information Technology Scholarship

This scholarship was established to assist students pursuing degrees in Information Technology at Ivy Tech  Bloomington. It is awarded in the fall, spring and summer semesters.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Student must demonstrate financial need;
  • FAFSA should be on file;
  • Student must be enrolled at least part-time (six hours) at Ivy Tech Bloomington; and
  • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0; 

 
 
 




School of Liberal Arts, Sciences, and Education Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Full or part-time students pursuing a liberal arts and sciences degree (Academic Skills Advancement, English and Communications, General Studies, Humanities, Life and Physical Sciences, Mathematics, Social and Behavioral Sciences); must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and 12 hours program completion; and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.


School of Public Affairs and Social Services Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the School of Public and Social Services scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Tell City, Princeton). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Full or part-time students pursuing a public and social services degree (Criminal Justice, Hospitality Administration, Human Services, Library Technical Assistant, Paralegal Studies, Public Safety); must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and 12 hours program completion; and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.


Scott Memorial Hospital Scholarship

Scott Memorial Hospital and a match by the Paul Ogle Foundation fund this scholarship is held by the Scott County Community Foundation. First priority is for residents of Scott County. Residents of Clark, Floyd, Harrison, or Washington counties may be considered in the event there are no applicants from Scott County. Applicant must already be enrolled in a program of study at Ivy Tech Sellersburg, leading to a one-year Technical Certificate or the two-year Associate in Science Nursing Degree program; or taking courses to prepare for enrollment in such a program of study. Recommended 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale. For students admitted to the nursing programs, the applicable exam (NET/TEAS) may be taken into consideration.


Scott, Perin & Betty Q. Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established in memory of Betty Q and Perin Scott by Kappa Kappa Kappa Sorority in Madison, Indiana. The Scott family members and Ivy Tech Community College now contribute funds to provide financial assistance to Ivy Tech students.

To be eligible for this scholarship, students must:

  • Reside in Jefferson County.
  • Be enrolled in a Medical Assistant degree or certificate at the Madison Campus.
  • Demonstrate academic success with a High School or College GPA of 3.0 or greater.
  • File a current year FAFSA.
Amount varies depending on available funds. Can be used for tuition, fees, and books for two semesters, fall and spring.


Seifert, Catherine D. Memorial Scholarship

Catherine Seifert received assistance from an Evansville philanthropist in 1930 that made it possible for her to attend college. Initially, she had not planned to attend college because of financial barriers. The support enabled her to fulfill her dream. Catherine Seifert wished to pass on to others the type of assistance she had received.

To be eligible for this scholarship, students must:

  • Demonstrate financial need by filing a current year FAFSA.
  • Have proven academic success with a High School or College GPA of 3.0 or greater.
  • Enroll in a degree program at the Madison Campus.


Scholarship covers tuition, fees, and books for one academic year, plus summer term for a Madison student in any degree program. 


Seifert, Ralph Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established in memory of Dr. Ralph Seifert by his wife, Margaret. Ralph was a Merit Scholar, member of Phi Beta Kappa and retired Hanover College professor and Department Chair of Mathematics and Computer Science. He devoted his life to education and charity. Prior to his passing in 2006, he also established two scholarships in memory of his mother, Catherine D. Seifert, and his aunt, Mari Dyer Short. This scholarship fund provides financial aid to students pursuing a career in Liberal Arts.
 
To qualify for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Demonstrate financial need by filing a current year FAFSA;
  • Demonstrate academic success by earning a High School or College cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater;
  • Be enrolled as a full-time student at the Madison Campus,
  • Be enrolled in the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

AWARD: Varies. USE: Full tuition, fees, and books. SEMESTER: One academic year.




Servant Leader Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Servant Leader scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Tell City, Princeton). Must complete  the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must be pursuing a degree in any program, must have completed one semester at Ivy Tech Community College - Southwest, submit a letter of recommendation from a faith leader, answer questions on Addendum A and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech.  Scholarship is renewable for one year if applicant(s) meet all original requirements for this scholarship. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.  Selection to be determined by Ivy Tech Community College scholarship committee.




Seymour Rotary Scholarship

This scholarship was established by Seymour Rotary Club to provide financial assistance to Seymour area students in order that they may attain the educational goal being pursued. *Amount: $200; Degree declared student; Completed at least 30 program hours in program of choice. First preference to students who attend the Jackson County Learning Center; second preference given to Seymour area residents; Must submit names and phone numbers of three references; Home campus = Columbus; Scholarship will apply first to tuition and fees. If other sources are available for tuition and fees, the award money may be used for books, materials, childcare and transportation.




SGA Denise Caraway Memorial Scholarship

The Ivy Tech-Bloomington SGA Denise Caraway Memorial Scholarship is designed to financially assist non-traditional students in their return to higher education late in adulthood. Denise Caraway attended Ivy Tech Bloomington from January 2000 to May 2003, graduating with honors in the first Ivy Tech Bloomington graduating class in Early Childhood Education. She worked at Head Start for 16 years, quickly advancing in rank. She touched the lives of many children and adults in her work at Head Start and as a student at Ivy Tech Bloomington. This scholarship is awarded in the fall, spring and summer semesters.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must be at least 40 years of age;
  • Student must be enrolled in at least six (6) credit hours;
  • Student must be a degree seeking student; and
  • Student must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5.



SGA Extracurricular Affairs Scholarship

The SGA Extracurricular Affairs Scholarship is designed to reward those students who are most actively involved with student clubs and organizations on the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus. Priority shall be given to those students who have made the most notable accomplishments in that regard. This scholarship is awarded in the fall, spring and summer semesters.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must be active in student clubs and organizations on the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus;
  • Student must have completed a minimum of twelve (12) credit hours;
  • Student must be enrolled in at least six (6) credit hours;
  • Student must be a degree seeking student; and
  • Student must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7.



SGA First Generation Student Scholarship

The SGA First Generation Student Scholarship was created by the Ivy Tech-Bloomington SGA and is designed to provide the means necessary and encourage those whose families do not have a history of higher education, to pursue a future through higher education at Ivy Tech Bloomington. This scholarship is awarded in the fall, spring and summer semesters.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Neither the mother nor the father may have completed college as according to the guidelines in the FAFSA;
  • Student must be enrolled in at least six (6) credit hours;
  • Student must be a degree seeking student; and
  • Student must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7.



SGA Fred Jones Memorial Book Scholarship

The SGA Fred Jones Memorial  scholarship was established by the Ivy Tech Bloomington SGA in memory of longtime educator Fred Jones. The purpose of this scholarship is to aid students by defraying the costs of textbooks. This scholarship is awarded in the fall, spring and summer semesters.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file.
  • Student must not have full Pell grant; and
  • Student must purchase book(s) for courses in which they are enrolled during the duration of the scholarship.



SGA Independent Student Scholarship

The SGA Independent Student scholarship was created by the Ivy Tech Bloomington SGA and is designed to provide resources to those who most need, but often do not have a wide array of scholarships designed for their benefit. This scholarship is awarded in the fall, spring and summer semesters.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Must classify as being or having been in the past one of the following as stipulated in the guidelines set in the FAFSA: Emancipated, Orphaned, Homeless, A Ward of the Court or Under Legal Guardianship;
  • Student must be enrolled in at least six (6) credit hours;
  • Student must be a degree seeking student; and
  • Student must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7.



SGA Involvement Scholarship

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SGA Opportunity Endowment Scholarship

The SGA Opportunity Endowment scholarship was created by the Ivy Tech Bloomington SGA. Awards are designed to help students seeking degrees with a demonstrated financial need in place, and are made based on funds available. Preference will be given to students meeting requirements as single parents, first-generation college students, emancipated adults and veterans. This scholarship is awarded in the fall semester.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must be a degree-seeking student; and
  • Student must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7.



SGA Returning Student Scholarship

The SGA Returning Student scholarship was created by the Ivy Tech Bloomington SGA and is designed to financially assist students who are returning to higher education after an absence of at least eight (8) years. This scholarship is awarded in the fall, spring and summer semesters.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must have been absent from any significant higher-education activity for at least eight (8) years;
  • Student must be enrolled in at least six (6) credit hours;
  • Student must be a degree seeking student; and
  • Student must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5.



SGA Single Parent Scholarship

The SGA Single Parent scholarship was created by the Ivy Tech Bloomington SGA and is designed to provide single parents on the Ivy Tech-Bloomington campus opportunities they otherwise might not have by providing the financial means for them to open themselves to greater possibilities. This is so that they have a chance to improve their own lives as well as their families'. This scholarship is awarded in the fall, spring and summer semesters.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must be Single, Divorced, Widowed or Separated as according to the guidelines set in the FAFSA;
  • Student must have children receiving more than half of their support from the student as according the guidelines set in the FAFSA;
  • Student must be enrolled in at least six (6) credit hours;
  • Student must be a degree seeking student; and
  • Student must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5.



SGA Student Involvement Scholarship (Fund 30)

Student Government Association (SGA) established the Student Involvement Scholarship in 2021-22 as their Legacy Project with the intent of awarding a student scholarship to a student who is engaged in a student organization.




SGA Veterans Scholarship

The SGA Veterans Scholarship was created by the Ivy Tech Bloomington SGA and is designed to give the men and women of the United States Armed Forces, National Guard, and Selective Reserve as well as their dependents more opportunities to succeed in the world of higher education. This scholarship is awarded in the fall, spring and summer semesters. Priority shall be given to the leadership of the Student Veterans Organization on the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus in order to promote a sustainable forum for service member interaction and advocacy. Priority shall also be given to those who are not eligible to receive tuition assistance through the GI Bill or other fee remission programs. Students receiving tuition assistance through the GI Bill or other fee remission programs (i.e. Child of Disabled Veterans, Federal Tuition Assistance or National Guard Supplemental Grant) are not eligible.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:
  • Financial need must be demonstrated;
  • FAFSA must be on file;
  • Student must be a military member, veteran, or dependent of a veteran;
  • Student must be enrolled in at least six (6) credit hours;
  • Student must be a degree seeking student;
  • Student must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5; and
  • Student must not be receiving tuition assistance.



Sgt. Brock Babb Fallen Heroes Memorial Scholarship Fund

Applicants of the Sgt. Brock Babb Fallen Heroes Memorial scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Student must be pursuing a degree at Ivy Tech Community College - Southwest, be a veteran with an honorable discharge, in good academic standing at Ivy Tech Community College - Southwest, and have a federal aid application on file with Ivy Tech. There will be no GPA requirements. The scholarship may be applied only toward tuition, fees, and book costs. Selection to be determined by Ivy Tech Community College scholarship committee.




Short, Mari Dyer Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established in the memory of Mari Dyer Short by her family. Mari Dyer Short enjoyed a career as a legal secretary.

To be eligible for this scholarship, new students must meet the following requirements:

  • Demonstrate financial need by filing a current year FAFSA.
  • Display proven academic success by earning a High School or College GPA of 3.0 or greater.
  • Pursue a degree in Paralegal or Office Administration.
Scholarship covers tuition, fees, and books for one academic year, plus summer term for new student attending the Madison Campus.


Sikoski Family Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was created by Aco Sikoski, Chancellor of the Valparaiso-Michigan City Campus, and his family to help students reach their goals and achieve academic success. Students must be enrolled full- or part-time in any degree-seeking program at the Valparaiso-Michigan City Campus.


Sloane B. Zirkle Scholarship

Applicants of Sloane B. Zirkle scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must be pursuing a degree in Automotive Technology, have a minimum GPA of 2.5, and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs. Selection to be determined by Ivy Tech Community College scholarship committee.




Society of Plastics Engineers Scholarship

The Society of Plastics Engineers Scholarship was created to support students degree seeking in any program under the school of technology. Students must demonstrate fiancial need and be enrolled in 12 credit hours per semester. The Society of Plastics Engineers Scholarship aids to support technology students books, tuition and fees.




Sonya Rine Memorial Scholarship (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Sonya Rine Memorial scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Full or part-time student pursuing degree in Environmental/Interior Design with preference to student 25 years-old or more; have completed 6 hours in program; have a minimum GPA of 2.5; and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs and materials and supplies for program courses. Renewable based on 3.0 GPA.




South Bend Clinic School of Health Sciences

Provided by the South Bend Clinic. Managed and distributed through the Community Foundation of St. Joseph County. The South Bend Clinic is a comprehensive, multi-specialty physician group serving the Michiana region for over 90 years. With over 100 medical and surgical providers in over 22 different specialty and primary care disciplines, the Clinic is the largest medical group in northern Indiana and southwestern Michigan. Full or part-time degree seeking student. St. Joseph county resident. Attending South Bend campus, enrolled in a program in the School of Health Sciences. Preference given to EMT certified Paramedic Science students, 2nd year Respiratory Care Students, Medical Assisting Students, and 2nd year Medical Laboratory Technology students.


South Bend Rotary

Provided by the South Bend Rotary Club, who's mission is "Service Above Self". This scholarship is for A graduate of the South Bend Community School Corporation. A Full time (12 Hours) student enrolled at the South Bend Campus in a Health or Technology Associate Degree Program.




Southeast Scholarship

The Southeast Service Area Scholarship is offered depending on available funds, and amounts vary to be used for tuition, fees, and books for two semesters (fall and spring).

To be eligible for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Be enrolled at Madison Campus.
  • Demonstrate academic success by earning a High School or College GPA of 3.0 or greater.
  • Attend full- or part-time.



Speaking of Women's Health

A student must have been accepted into the Associate Degree in Nursing program to be considered for this scholarship. The Madison Speaking of Womens Health organization established this scholarship to fulfill its mission of an education that promotes informed decisions about health, well-being and safety.

To be eligible for this scholarship, students must:

  • Earn a minimum 3.0 Grade Point Average (GPA).
  • Be a nursing student in the second year of the Nursing AS degree.
USE: Tuition and fees SEMESTER: One academic year


Speaking of Women's Health -Endowed

A student must have been accepted into the Associate Degree in Nursing program to be considered for this scholarship. The Madison Speaking of Womens Health organization established this scholarship to fulfill its mission of an education that promotes informed decisions about health, well-being and safety.

To be eligible for this scholarship, students must:

  • Earn a minimum 3.0 Grade Point Average (GPA).
  • Be a nursing student in the second year of the Nursing AS degree.
USE: Tuition and fees SEMESTER: One academic year


Stapleton Endowment

This scholarship is open to all students regardless of major.
 
To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must have a high GPA; and
  • Students must demonstrate a financial need.



Stars and Stripes Scholarship

The Stars and Stripes Scholarship is designed to support the men and women of the United States Armed Forces, National Guard, Selected Reserve and Coast Guard while they are attending Ivy Tech Community College in Bloomington, Indiana. Priority shall be given to members of the Student Veteran Organization at Ivy Tech Community College in Bloomington. This scholarship is awarded in the spring semester.
 
To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Student must be a military member or veteran (discharge status must be something other than dishonorable). Therefore, must have a form DD-214 on file with the office of Veterans Services on the Ivy Tech Bloomington campus.
  • Student must have completed at least six credit hours;
  • Student must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5; and
  • Student must compose a 250 word essay answering the question: “How does your previous military service influence your academic goals here at Ivy Tech Bloomington?"



State Bank of Lizton Agricultural Scholarship

The State Bank of Lizton gifted this scholarship to support students in the Ivy Tech Lafayette campus Agriculture program. To qualify for this scholarship, you must be enrolled in the Agriculture program and have a minimum 2.5 GPA. This scholarship can pay for tuition, books and fees.


Steel Dynamics STEM

This scholarship is established to provide "gap funding' for post-secondary education in Science, Engineering, and Advanced Manufacturing and related fields for eligible participants.


Stettbacher Scholarship

Established by Dr. Lynne Stettbacher. Full or Part-Time Ivy Tech Student at the South Bend Campus. School of Health Sciences - in the EMS, Paramedic program. 2.0 Minimum GPA.


Steve Guard Memorial Northeastern HS Scholarship-Richmond

This scholarship was created in honor of a Northeastern High School graduate, Steve Guard. The Scholarship is for graduates of Northeastern High School. The scholarship recipient will be selected by the Northeastern High School Scholarship committee and will be awarded at the Annual Honors and Awards Ceremony at the High School.
 
Criteria for the scholarship:
  • Must have a grade point average of 2.0
  • Must be a graduate of Northeastern High School
  • The scholarship will be awarded annually to a student enrolled in an Ivy Tech Community College Richmond program of study
  • The student may be part-time or full-time
  • The recipient should qualify for the student loan program only and not receive Pell dollars.





Stidham Family Scholarship - Richmond

The student must be a Wayne County resident who is able to demonstrate financial need.  Preference will be given to minority students or members of those populations underrepresented in higher education.  Students are to enroll the fall semester after graduation from high school.  




Straszheim Endowment

The Straszheim Scholarship was established by the family of Clara Belle Straszheim, who was a generous supporter of the mission and ideals of Ivy Tech Lafayette. This scholarship is awarded to new nursing students who demonstrate need. To qualify you must be enrolled at the Lafayette campus with at least 6 credit hours, and have a minimum 2.0 GPA. Funds may be used for tuition, books or fees.
 




Student Government Association (Evansville Service Area)

Applicants of the Student Government Association scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Campus (Evansville, Princeton, Tell City). Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Full or part time students with preference given to students with a history of school leadership activity; have a minimum GPA of 2.5; and have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech; letter of recommendation from advisor to Student Government Association attesting to applicant's school leadership activity or statement from applicant attesting to school leadership activity. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs.




Suggett, Bob and Missy Suggett Scholarship Endowment, The

The Bob and Missy Suggett Scholarship Endowment provides financial assistance to a student enrolled at the Madison campus within an academic program in Nursing or the School of Health Sciences.
 
To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Demonstrate financial need by filing a current year FAFSA.
  • Demonstrate academic success by earning a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater.
  • Be enrolled at the Madison Campus.
  • Be enrolled in a Nursing or School of Health Sciences program.
     



Swain/Allred Endowed Scholarship

Est. by Franklin & Ella Swain; a tribute to their daughter, Susan Swain Allred, provides fin. asst. to deserving students. Compl.12 prog. hrs.; min.GPA of 2.5; Home campus=Columbus; Award towards 1st to fees, then to bks, mat, trans. and childcare.


Switzerland County Scholarship

Lilly Foundation, Inc. established this scholarship endowment in partnership with the Switzerland County Council, Town of Vevay, Switzerland County Community Foundation of Vevay and Switzerland County, and the United Way of Switzerland County. The intent is to encourage Switzerland County residents to take advantage of their abilities and educational opportunities by attending Ivy Tech Community College Madison Campus.
 
To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Be enrolled at the Madison Campus;
  • Choose any degree program;
  • Demonstrate financial need and/or academic success with a High School or College cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater;
  • Reside in Switzerland County, Indiana; and,
  • Be a full- or part-time student.

AWARD: Varies. USE: Tuition, books or fees. SEMESTER: Fall and/or Spring.
 




Taylor Bros Construction Scholarship

This scholarship is established to recruit and retain students attending Ivy Tech Community College with preference given to students pursuing a Design Technology degree, a Business Technology degree or Information Technology degree. One scholarship to be given to a diverse/minority student.  Must be applied to tuition/fees first.  If student's tuition and fees are covered by another source, the award may be applied toward books, class supplies, other expenses related to the program, childcare and/or transportation costs.   




TCU Scholars - Elkhart

Teachers Credit Union has established a legacy of changing lives for Ivy Tech students in TCU communities.. TCU has grown to become Indiana's largest Credit Union with more than $2 billion in assets with branches throughout the state of Indiana and Michigan. Criteria: Full time, degree seeking, good academic standing, one letter of recommendation, and agree to allow Ivy Tech Community College to share recipient contact information with TCU. Elkhart Campus




TCU Scholars - South Bend

Provided by Teachers Credit Union Foundation. TCU has established a legacy of changing l ives for Ivy Tech students at eight Ivy Tech campuses with nearby TCU branches. TCU has grown to become Indiana's largest Credit Union with more than $2 billion in assets with branches throughout the state of Indiana and Michigan. Selection criteria: Full time enrollment, degree seeking, good academic standing, one letter of recommendation, and agree to allow Ivy Tech Community College to share recipient contact information with TCU




TCU Scholars - Warsaw

Teachers Credit Union has established a legacy of changing lives for Ivy Tech students at eight Ivy Tech campuses with nearby TCU branches. TCU has grown to become Indiana's largest Credit Union with more than $2 billion in assets with branches throughout the state of Indiana and Michigan.

Requirements for the scholarship include full-time enrollment; degree seeking; good academic standing; submission of one letter of recommendation; agreement to allow Ivy Tech Community College to share recipient contact information with TCU.




TCU Scholars - Gary-Ivy Tech Northwest

Sponsored by the Teachers Credit Union Foundation (TCU), TCU has established a legacy of changing lives for Ivy Tech students at eight Ivy Tech campuses with nearby TCU branches. TCU has grown to become Indiana’s largest Credit Union with more than $2 billion in assets with branches throughout Indiana and Michigan.  Students must attend full-time, have declared a major and be degree seeking.  Students must have completed a current FAFSA and have good academic standing.  Student must attend classes at the Lake County campus-Gary site and reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties.  Students must submit a letter of recommendation and must agree to allow Ivy Tech Community College to share recipient contact information with TCU.
 




TCU Scholars - Sellersburg

TCU Scholars is sponsored by the Teacher’s Credit Union Foundation. Teachers Credit Union has established a legacy of changing lives for Ivy Tech students at eight Ivy Tech campuses with nearby TCU branches. TCU has grown to become Indiana's largest Credit Union with more than $2 billion in assets with branches throughout the state of Indiana and Michigan.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Student must be full-time enrollment seeking a degree
  • Good academic standing
  • Submission of one letter of recommendation
  • Agreement to allow Ivy Tech Community College to share recipient contact information with TCU.



TCU Scholars - Valparaiso-Ivy Tech Northwest

Sponsored by the Teachers Credit Union Foundation (TCU), TCU has established a legacy of changing lives for Ivy Tech students at eight Ivy Tech campuses with nearby TCU branches. TCU has grown to become Indiana’s largest Credit Union with more than $2 billion in assets with branches throughout the state of Indiana and Michigan.  Students must attend full-time, have declared a major and be degree seeking.  Students must have completed a current FAFSA and have good academic standing.  Students must attend classes at the Valparaiso campus and reside within the seven counties serviced by Ivy Tech Northwest (in Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Newton, Starke, Pulaski Counties).  Students must submit a letter of recommendation and must agree to allow Ivy Tech Community College to share recipient contact information with TCU.
 




Technology and Applied Sciences Scholarship Fund

This scholarship will be awarded to students enrolled at Ivy Tech Community College-Lafayette pursuing an Associates Degree in the School of Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering and Applied Sciences. students must have a GPA of 2.0 or higher. Students who successfully complete the first year of the program will be given preference to receive the scholarship the following year should it be available. Funds can be used for tuition, fees, and supplies.


Technology Division Scholarship - Richmond

Applicants must be enrolled in a program in the School of Technology and have a minimum 2.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. Full and part-time students may apply; high school graduates from the Richmond campus service area are preferred. In the situation of two equally qualified students, preference will be given to the student who is not receiving other grants, College or Foundation Scholarships.
  • Student must be admitted to Richmond campus/service area
  • Student must be enrolled in a program in the School of Technology
  • Student must have a GPA of 2.500
  • Preference will be given to the student who is not receiving other grants, College or Foundation Scholarships





Tell City Campus Student Retention Scholarship

Applicants of the Tell City Campus Student Retention Scholarship must be degree seeking at the Evansville Service Area (Evansville, Tell City, Princeton) and taking at least six credit hours in the Fall Semester at the Ivy Tech Tell City Campus and enrolled in at least six credit hours for the Spring Semester. Must complete the Ivy Tech Community College scholarship application. Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5, have a FAFSA on file with Ivy Tech, and not already have scholarships and/or grants that cover the full cost of the student’s tuition fees, and books. The scholarship may be applied toward tuition, fees, and book costs in the Spring Semester only.




Terre Haute (Greencastle) - Ballard Sturgeon Nursing Scholarship

This scholarship is made available through the generosity of John and Marilyn Sturgeon of Greencastle, Indiana. The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage students to pursue a degree in nursing at Ivy Tech Community College Greencastle.

To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must be pursuing a degree in Nursing (LPN, RN, etc.)
  • Students must be enrolled at Ivy Tech Community College Greencastle
  • Students must be in good academic standing

Preferred:

  • Students who reside in Putnam County and/or graduated from one of the four (4) Putnam County Schools (N.Putnam, S.Putnam, Cloverdale, Greencastle).
  • Students in second year of program



Terre Haute (Greencastle) - David & Susan Murray Greencastle ASAP Scholarship Fund

This scholarship is being provided by a generous donation from Dave & Sue Murray, members of the Putnam County community. It is available to new or returning students who are enrolled at the Ivy Tech Community College Greencastle Campus and participating in the Associate Accelerated Program (ASAP).  All students are eligible, but preference is based on financial need. 

To be Eligible   
  • The recipient(s) will attend a Financial Aid workshop during the orientation process hosted by Dave & Sue Murray of the National Center for College Cost. 
  • Student must be enrolled at the Greencastle Campus, and participating in the Associate Accelerated Program (ASAP)
  • Students must  complete an Ivy Tech general scholarship application
Preference given to those:
  • Display financial need based on FAFSA data



Terre Haute (Greencastle) - Eitel Family Scholarship for Civic Leadership

This scholarship is made available through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Eitel of Greencastle. The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage future generations who exhibit hard work, a tie to the Putnam County community, and interest in civic leadership.

To be eligible for this award:
  • Students must be current Putnam County residents
  • Students must be graduates of a Putnam County High School or GED recipients
  • Students must maintain a 2.5 cumulative GPA
  • Students must have exhibited a desire to serve and lead in the community by participating in an extracurricular activity and community service that includes, but is not limited to: Volunteering at school, in the community or for a non-profit organization



Terre Haute (Greencastle) - First National Bank Scholarship

This scholarship is made available through the generosity of First National Bank. The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage students to further their education at Ivy Tech Community College Greencastle.

To be eligible for this award:

• Students must be enrolled at Ivy Tech Community College Greencastle
• Students must be in good academic standing with a minimum GPA of 2.5
• Students must reside in Putnam County, Owen, or Hendricks counties



Preference to students that

  • reside in Putnam County
  • Students who are enrolled in a health or business program at the Greencastle Campus
  • Students must be enrolled in a minimum of six (6) credit hours



Terre Haute (Greencastle) - Graffis Medical Career Scholarship

This scholarship is made possible through the geneorsity of Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Graffis of Greencastle, IN. The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage students to further their education at Ivy Tech College Greencastle.

To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must be enrolled in Ivy Tech Community College Greencastle
  • Students must be enrolled in a health-related program
  • Students must be in good academic standing with a minimum GPA of 2.5



Terre Haute (Greencastle) - Jo Ann Fox Briggs Memorial Scholarship

The Jo Ann Fox Biggs Memorial Scholarship is generously provided to support Ivy Tech Greencastle students pursuing a credential in the School of Arts, Sciences and Education. 


Terre Haute (Greencastle) - North Salem State Bank Scholarship

This scholarship is made available through the generosity of North Salem State Bank in Greencastle, Indiana. The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage students to pursue a degree in Business at Ivy Tech Community College Greencastle.

To be eligible for this award:

  • Students must be enrolled in Ivy Tech Community College Greencastle
  • Students must be pursuing a degree in Business (includes ASAP students)
  • Students must be in good academic standing
  • Students must reside in Putnam, Boone, or Hendricks County

 


Terre Haute (Greencastle) - Putnam County Hospital Scholarship

The Putnam County Hospital Scholarship is established by Putnam County Hospital. The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage health career students with financial need to pursue their education goals at Ivy Tech Community College Greencastle Campus.

To be eligible for this award:

  • • Students must be pursuing a degree in health related programming
    • Students must be enrolled Ivy Tech Community College Greencastle
    • Students must be in good academic standing



Terre Haute AART Scholarship

The AART Scholarship fund provides financial assistance to Advanced Automation & Robotics (AART) students pursing their educational goals at Ivy Tech Community College.

To be eligible for this award, students must:
  •       Be enrolled in the AART program through the Terre Haute campus,
  •       Be enrolled in a minimun of six credit hours, and
  •       Meet or exceed Standard of Academic progress.



Terre Haute Altrusa of Terre Haute Scholarship

The Terre Haute Altrusa of Terre Haute Scholarship is generously provided by the Altrusa of Terre Haute through Ivy Tech's annual Say No to Snow 5k fundraiser for student scholarships.

To be eligible for this scholarship, student must be
  • degree-seeking through the Terre Haute campus,
  • enrolled in a minimum six (6) credit hours, and
  • have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or higher.



Terre Haute Amcor Endowed Scholarship

Through a generous donation from Amcor, the Terre Haute Amcor Company Scholarship provides annual scholarships that provide ½ of the cost of tuition and books up to $1000 per semester.
To be eligible for this scholarship, the student must:

  • have a minimum 2.0 grade point average, and
  • be degree-seeking in one of the following programs through the Terre Haute campus
    • Graphic Design
    • Media Design,
    • Visual Communication
    • Industrial Electronics,
    • Advanced Manufacturing, or
    • Any industrial-related program.



Terre Haute American Gas Association Scholarship

The Terre Haute American Gas Association scholarship provides scholarship opportunities to students pursuing an associate's degree or certificate in Welding, Pipefitting, HVAC, Gas Utility, Mechanical Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Chemical Engineering or Engineering Technologies. The scholarship was established to assist students defray the costs of tuition, fees, books, tools, required instructional supplies and other eligible expenses.

This $3000 scholarship will be awarded to two recipients as follows: the spring semester of the recipients' first year and the fall and spring semesters of the recipients' second year in the amount of $1000 per semester.

To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following critera:

  • Be enrolled as full-time or part-time student in the two-year or certificate program in Welding, Pipefitting, HVAC, Gas Utility, Mechanical Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Chemical Engineering or Engineering Technologies through the Terre Haute campus;
  • Have successfully completed one semester of study;
  • Have a cumulative GPA of 2.8 or higher in the semester prior to distribution;
  • Be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours; and
  • Have not been a recipient of this scholarship in prior semester(s).



Terre Haute ASN Scholarship

The Terre Haute ASN Scholarship was established to provide scholarship opportunities to students seeking an associate's degree in Nursing. The value of this scholarship is $500 ($250 each semester).

To be eligible for this scholarship, the student must:

  • be enrolled in the nursing's associate's degree program,
  • be enrolled in 4 or more credit hours, and
  • be degree-seeking through the Terre Haute campus.



Terre Haute B & S Plumbing Scholarship

The Terre Haute B & S Plumbing Scholarship was established as a result of Ivy Tech Foundation - Terre Haute's golf tournament. The value of the scholarship is $500 ($250 each semester).

To be eligible for this scholarship, the student must

  • have a minimum 3.0 grade point average,
  • be enrolled in a degree program through the Terre Haute campus, and
  • be enrolled for a minimum of six credit hours per semester.



Terre Haute Bill Kauffman Legacy of Community Leadership Endowment

The Bill Kauffman Legacy of Community Leadership Award recognizes an outstanding student leader who, by his or her actions, inspires others.  In the spirit of Bill, this individual embodies the skills and passion necessary to positively impact the community.  The Kauffman family wishes this individual continued success in always striving to reach the finish line within his or her educational, professional, community, and personal goals. The recipient of this scholarship must be degree-seeking through the Terre Haute Campus and be enrolled in Leadership Academy.


Terre Haute Brett Family Scholarship

The Terre Haute Brett Family Scholarship was established by Judith and William Brett to provide assistance to Ivy Tech - Terre Haute students who are enrolled in programs related to health career opportunities. During the selection process, preference will be given to veterans and minorities. Eligibility criteria includes financial need with preference given to Vigo County residents. This scholarship is to be used to cover the cost of tuition, required books and other class-related materials.  This scholarship is not refundable to the student.

To be eligible, students must:

  • complete the FAFSA,
  • enroll in a health-related program,
  • maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or greater,
  • meet and maintain standards of progress,
  • and demonstrate financial need.



Terre Haute C. Huston Isaacs Scholarship

The C. Huston Isaacs Scholarship is presented each year because of the generousity and support of C. Huston Isaacs and his family. Mr. Isaacs was Terre Haute's first dean and director. A $750 scholarships will be awarded to one (1) recipient.

To be eligible for this scholarship, students must:

  • have a minimum 3.0 grade point average (GPA),
  • be enrolled in a degree program through the Terre Haute campus, and
  • be enrolled for a minimum of six credit hours.



Terre Haute Carmichael Farm Scholarship

The Carmichael Farm Scholarship is for $500 ($250 each semester) to assist with tuition, books and/or fees. Preference is given to Sullivan County residents who are incoming freshman enrolled in the Agriculture program. Student must be degree-seeking through the Terre Haute campus. 




Terre Haute Carpenters Local #859 Scholarship

The Carpenters Local #859 scholarship is established by the Carpenters Local #859. The purpose of the scholarship is to provide immediate family members of the Carpenters Local #859 with financial support to pursue their educational goals at Ivy Tech Community College - Terre Haute. The applicant will self report this information during application process and Ivy Tech Community College staff will verify candidate’s eligibility with Carpenter’s Local #859 primary business contact before award is distributed.

To be eligible, the recipient must:

  • possess a minimum "B" (3.0) average in high school or a post-secondary institution;
  • be enrolled in a minimum of six credit hours;
  • be degree-seeking through the Ivy Tech - Terre Haute campus;
  • maintain standards of progress; and
  • demonstrate financial need.
     



Terre Haute Chancellor's Award Scholarship

This award will provide support to students enrolled at Ivy Tech Community College - Terre Haute who demonstrate financial need and who are pursuing credentials at Ivy Tech and intend to transfer to Indiana State University or Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College. Preference shall be given to Vigo County students participating in Ivy Tech's Achieve Your Degree program with the Vigo County School Corporation. It is to be used for the cost of in-state tuition, as a stipend toward the cost of books and to pay the technology fee for four semesters (to be disbursed fall and spring semesters).

To be eligible for this scholarship, the student must:

  • maintain a minimum 3.0 grade point average,
  • enrolled in a minimum of 12 contact hours per semester of award, and
  • meet academic standards of progress.
     



Terre Haute Clabber Girl Scholarship

The Terre Haute Clabber Girl Scholarship is directed toward students interested in pursuing a career in agriculture, veterinary science, hospitality management or culinary arts related fields. This $500 scholarship is awarded to a student in good standing who demonstrates financial need.

Recipient requirements include:

  • possess a minimum "B"/3.0 grade point average in high school or post-secondary education,
  • enrolled in at least six (6) credit hours and
  • enrolled in the agriculture, veterinary assistant, hospitality management or culinary program.


Preference is given to Terre Haute Campus students followed by students of the Indianapolis Campus.




Terre Haute Clara Fairbanks Scholarship

The Terre Haute Clara Fairbanks Scholarship was established through the generous support of the Clara Fairbanks Foundation, Inc. in 2005. The value of the scholarship is $500 ($250 each semester).

 

To be eligible for this scholarship, the student must:

  • be a resident of Vigo county
  • maintain a 2.0 minimum grade point average
  • enrolled for a minimum of six credit hours per semester, and
  • enrolled in one of the following programs through the Terre Haute campus
    • Environmental Design,
    • Visual Communications,
    • any business program,
    • any health sciences program,
    • Early Childhood Education,or
    • Human Services.

 Preference given to female students who can demonstrate financial need.