Online students who have been admitted to the program are eligible for awards and scholarships through the School of Public Health-Bloomington. Graduate students taking at least six credits each semester are eligible to apply for federal financial aid. Applying for financial aid and being considered for merit scholarships is easier than you might think. Just follow these steps.
- Apply for admission to the online program by the appropriate priority date. Students who apply by this date will receive maximum consideration for merit-based scholarships.
- Apply for additional aid opportunities. Start the process: File a FAFSA. Complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), and you’ll automatically be considered for most state and federal grants, federal loans, and federal work-study.
- Look for scholarship opportunities outside IU—such as national scholarships and those in your local community—and aid for international students.
- The University Graduate School Financial Support portal provides information on multiple ways to pay for your education.
- The Department of Education Federal Student Aid is also a good source to learn more about support for your graduate education.
- Lastly, you can learn more about
FinnacialAid for Graduate or Professional Students by downloading the Department of Education brochure.
School of Public Health-Bloomington Awards and Scholarships
A variety of awards and scholarships are available for admitted graduate students in the School of Public Health-Bloomington. Eligibility criteria for these awards vary. Some of these considerations include
Lesa Lorenzen Huber Fellowship/Scholarship
Available to either an undergraduate or graduate student enrolled at the School of Public Health–Bloomington who is enrolled in
Student Research and Travel Grant-In-Aid Student research and publication support