National Scholarships

Apply for national scholarships

The IUPUI Honors College promotes national, prestigious scholarships by helping students with the application process. We offer workshops and individual assistance, and we also encourage students to seek faculty assistance. 

These scholarship programs fund undergraduate and graduate study in the United States and abroad. The international study awards (Churchill, Fulbright, Gates-Cambridge, Luce, Marshall, Mitchell and Rhodes) are administered by the by the IU Office of Competitive Awards and Research (IUCARE) at IU Bloomington.

Domestic study

Many nationally competitive scholarships are available to students to fund undergraduate, graduate, and post-baccalaureate studies in the United States. Award winners range from sophomores and juniors studying the humanities to pre-health majors.

Designated for undergraduates in math and all sciences and engineering. Goldwater awards are made to sophomores for two years, to juniors for one year. Scholarship pays all tuition and fees up to $7,500 per year to students planning to pursue careers in mathematics and science (but not in medical practice). Foundation awards up to 300 scholarships.

For juniors who are U.S. citizens or nationals planning to attend graduate school in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. Each scholar receives $2,000 immediately prior to entering graduate school and an additional $30,000 while attending graduate school. Students must apply through IUPUI.

Designed for students with high GPA's who plan to pursue a career in public service. Student applies during the junior year; award begins during senior year ($2,000) and continues for initial years of graduate study ($24,000). Students who apply should be active in community service and campus leadership positions.

Awarded to undergraduates during sophomore or junior year for next academic year(s) to pursue studies in environmental sciences. Also available to Native American and Alaskan Natives. Award up to $5,000. Applicants should be familiar with work of Morris Udall.