University of Southern Indiana
Business and Engineering Center

Scholarships and Aid

Submit completed scholarship applications to Mary Spahn in the Dean's office.

Contact the  for more information about these scholarships.

A full list of Romain College of Business scholarships also is available.

Apply for scholarships using AwardSpring, accessible through myUSI. Instructions for using AwardSpring are available online.

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Name
# of Awards
Amount
Cash Award
Alexander L. Joest Memorial Scholarship
1
$1000
Selection Process:
  • Faculty to select
Criteria: To provide scholarships in perpetuity for the University of Southern Indiana students majoring in computer information systems or computer science who are residents of Vanderburgh, Warrick, Posey or Gibson County in Indiana or Henderson County in Kentucky.
Atlas World Group Technology Scholarship
1
$1000
Selection Process:
  • Faculty to select
Criteria: Award to full time sophomore or junior CIS/CS major with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and at least 3.2 GPA in CIS/CS coursework, involvement in University or community activities, have at least two semesters remaining before graduation and convey a perceived potential for success. May not be awarded to a graduating senior. Recipient must be enrolled during the coming academic year in order to receive this scholarship. Not renewable.
F. Leo Peyronnin Memorial Scholarship
1
$800
Selection Process:
  • Admission to select
Criteria: To recruit and retain an incoming freshman in business, engineering, geology or nursing in the top 15 percent of high school class. Must demonstrate financial need. Automatically renewable if GPA of 2.5 is maintained as freshman, 2.75 as sophomore and 3.0 as a junior and senior. May not be awarded to a graduating senior. Recipient must be enrolled during the upcoming academic year in order to receive this scholarship. Student Financial Assistance must validate need.
IT Alliance Scholarship
1
$500
Selection Process:
  • Faculty to select
Criteria: Award to full time sophomore or junior CIS/CS major with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and at least 3.2 GPA in CIS/CS coursework, involvement in University, community activities, have at least 2 semesters remaining before graduation and convey a perceived potential for success. May not be awarded to a graduating senior. Recipient must be enrolled during the upcoming academic year in order to receive this scholarship. Not renewable, but may be re-awarded.
Keller Schroeder Technology Scholarship
1
$1000
Selection Process:
  • Faculty to select
Criteria: Award to a full time sophomore or junior CIS/CS major with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and at least 3.2 GPA in CIS/CS coursework, involvement in University, community activities, have at least two semesters remaining before graduation and convey a perceived potential for success. May not be awarded to a graduating senior. Recipient must be enrolled during the upcoming academic year in order to receive this scholarship. Not renewable, but may be re-awarded.
Loren D. Herrli Scholarship
1
$1600
Selection Process:
  • Admission to select
Criteria: To recruit and retain business or engineering students. Automatically renewable with 3.0 GPA. Business major second preference. May not be awarded to a graduating senior. Recipient must be enrolled during the upcoming academic year in order to receive this scholarship.
ONB Foundation Technology Scholarship
2
$1000
Selection Process:
  • Faculty to select
Criteria: Full time junior or senior majoring in an information technology field with minimum 3.0 GPA and at least a 3.5 GPA in CIS/CS coursework. Recipient must have financial need meeting the criteria of moderate to low income and/or be a 21st Century Scholar. May not be awarded to a graduating senior.
Shoe Carnival Technology Scholarship
1
$500
Selection Process:
  • Faculty to select
Criteria: Award to a full time sophomore or junior CIS/CS major with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and at least 3.2 GPA in CIS/CS coursework, involvement in University, community activities, have at least two semesters remaining before graduation and convey a perceived potential for success. May not be awarded to a graduating senior. Must be enrolled for the current academic year to be eligible. Not renewable, but may be re-awarded.

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