Partnership scholar programs provide scholarships and mentoring
Along with the traditional financial aid described on our scholarships page, we also have established partnership scholar programs with a number of undergraduate institutions and the United States Army. Admitted applicants are eligible for these programs if they are current students or alumni from Albion College, Bard College, Bryn Mawr College, Coe College, Cottey College, Dartmouth College, DePauw University, Grinnell College, Hope College, Indiana University-Bloomington (SPEA and Music majors as well as Hudson Holland, 21st Century, and Groups Scholars), Kenyon College, Knox College, Marian University, Mills College, Mount Holyoke College, Princeton University, Smith College, University of Rochester, Vassar College, Wabash College, or Wellesley College, as well as from engineering programs at Georgia Institute of Technology, Iowa State University, Purdue University, and Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. There is no separate application, and admitted students will be nominated in collaboration with the admissions office and the appropriate undergraduate institution. These awards consist of a scholarship amounting to 50% of tuition for each of the three years of enrollment, along with participation in a mentorship program. Scholarship recipients from engineering schools will also receive research fellowships in the school's Center for Intellectual Property Research.
In addition to our merit and partnership scholar programs, admitted students who do not currently meet the state's requirements for in-state tuition, but have, at some point, lived in Indiana for at least ten years, will be considered for a Back Home Again scholarship award. The Office of Admissions will send a form to these applicants to complete and return, in order to confirm their residency history in Indiana.