Financial Resources for Students
Here, you can find information about scholarships and financial aid aimed towards passport students and general students as well.
IUPUI School Code: 001813
Ivy Tech School Code: 009917
Passport to IUPUI Scholarship (awarded upon admission)
$1,500 for two years (up to Four semesters) Deadline for IUPUI admission and scholarship application: May 1st for Fall admission, November 1st for Spring admission
This $1,500 annually /renewable scholarship for up to four semesters is available to all students who transfer to IUPUI within one year of completing an Associate's degree (A.A., A.S. or A.A.S.) from either Ivy Tech or Vincennes University. The scholarship would be automatically offered at the point of admission to IUPUI. Recipients must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3. The scholarship is renewable if the student maintains a GPA of at least 3.0 and continuous fulltime enrollment in a campus-based program.
Further Transfer Information
- Transfer Student Scholarships
- IUPUI Scholarship Office
- Bowen Scholarship
- ODAA High Ability Transfer Scholarship
- Indiana TRIO
- Nina Mason Pulliam Legacy Scholars
- Passport Financial Assistance Agreement
- Net Price Calculator
- IUPUI Tuition & Fee Estimator
Online resource for scholarship applications and information for transfer students.
Online resource for scholarship applications and information on IUPUI scholarships, including departmental, school-based scholarships, as well as the general campus-wide scholarships.
The Bowen Scholarship is awarded to selected applicants for a maximum of four years, up to 70 credit hours, or the completion of an Associate's Degree, a technical certificate or a certificate of training, whichever comes first.
The purpose of the High Ability Transfer Scholarship is to provide IUPUI with the unique opportunity to attract top caliber transfer students to its campus. The scholarship also seeks to further enhance the academic and social vitality of the campus by supporting the enrollment and subsequent graduation of future scholars who are committed to thriving in IUPUI’s inclusive learning environment.
The purpose is to bring together into a work and study community with resources who have an active interest in or who are professionally involved in broadening accessibility to and assuring success in formal postsecondary education.
Scholarship program, created by the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust, is in tribute to the life & values of Nina Mason Pulliam (1906-1997), who was a journalist, business leader, humanitarian, and lover of all creatures.
Passport is a coordinated program between Ivy Tech Community College-Central Indiana and Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) that allows students to be enrolled simultaneously at each institution. By completing this agreement form, you can only receive financial aid at Ivy Tech-Central Indiana campuses.
Free resource to calculate what your out-of-pocket expense will be, and will also tell you your financial aid eligibility.
Resource to calculate an estimate of tuition cost based on yearly fee rates.