21st Century Scholarship Information
Earning the 21st Century Scholarship provides students up to four years of undergraduate tuition at any participating public college or university in Indiana. If you attend a private college, the state will award an amount comparable to that of a four-year public college. If you attend a participating proprietary (for-profit) school, the state will award a tuition scholarship equal to that of Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana.
The Scholar Success Program includes activities that will help you stay on track for college and career success. Each grade level has three activities to complete. Scholars can complete the specific steps for their grade level and track their progress using ScholarTrack.
Additional information can be found at scholars.in.gov
Indiana College Cost Estimator
Compare the estimated net price of attendance of Indiana Colleges...it is a GREAT resource for YOU!
Affordable Colleges Foundation
Here you will find the following tools to help with your college search: Unique list of accredited not-for-profit institutions offering online programs, sorted by affordability with direct links to the specific online departments, or e-campus, of each institution.
The FAFSA is a Free Application for Federal Student Aid. This should be filled out every year your child is planning on attending college. Filling out the FAFSA helps determine how much student aid your child is eligible to receive in order to help pay for college expenses. Please visit the FAFSA Website
The Federal Student Aid Website can help explain how the FAFSA process works, the type of aid that's available, who gets the aid and muchmore.
When filling a FAFSA both the parent and child need a FAFSA ID, which can be created here; FAFSA ID
Use this RESUME EXAMPLE to compile all of your accomplishments, honors, awards, and activities you have done throughout high school! Remember, scholarships are the time for you to BRAG ABOUT YOURSELF!!!
Financial Aid Calculators
Financial Aid Links
For Minority, Low-Income, First Generation Students