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Transfer Scholarships

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Transfer Scholarships (Spring 2016-beyond) 
New students are encouraged to apply for admission no later than March 1 prior to their initial fall semester to ensure consideration for all scholarships. Many scholarships also require completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) prior to March 10 each year. Some scholarships require a separate application - they are noted below.

Out-of-State Transfer Top Scholar Award (New for Spring 2016)
University provides awards which pay the difference between non-resident and Indiana resident tuition. Non-resident students must have at minimum of 24 transferrable credit hours with a cumulative GPA of 3.25 to be considered eligible for this award (currently valued at 9,340, based on 30 credit hours of enrollment). For a complete set of scholarship rules and renewal criteria view scholarship guidelines

Out-of-State Transfer Scholarship (New for Spring 2016)
Provides a tuition discount for non-resident students equal to 120% of the in-state tuition rate who complete at least 24 transferrable credit hours with a cumulative GPA in the range of 2.75-3.24 (currently valued at $8,013, based on 30 credit hours of enrollment). For a complete set of scholarship rules and renewal criteria view scholarship guidelines

Provost Transfer Scholarship (New for Spring 2016)
Students who complete a minimum of 42 transferrable credit hours from a community college with at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA are eligible for this renewable award of $2,000 per year. For a complete set of scholarship rules and renewal criteria view scholarship guidelines

Transfer Academic Scholarship (New for Spring 2016)
Students who complete a minimum of 42 transferrable credit hours from a community college with a cumulate GPA between 3.0-3.49 are eligible for this renewable award of $1,000 per year. For a complete set of scholarship rules and renewal criteria view scholarship guidelines

Continuing the Tradition Award Program
Provides tuition waiver which will net out-of-state tuition down to in-state tuition rates.  Non-Indiana residents who are admissible to USI and have a parent (biological or adopted) or grandparent that has earned a Bachelor’s, Masters or Doctorate degree from USI are eligible for this waiver.

Limitation on Participation

Certain scholarships may be tuition specific. These scholarships will be coordinated with other tuition specific assistance to ensure that the assistance does not exceed total tuition charges. Students cannot apply awards to payment of fees for which the award was not intended nor receive a cash refund from tuition-specific assistance.

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