General Scholarship Listing

 Scholarship  Deadline & Application Details School specific?
Scholarship Search Sites  Varies Fastweb: set up an account and get custom scholarship matches
IU's non-IU scholarship page: on IU's website, but contains scholarships not affiliated with IU
College Board Scholarship Search: an index of scholarships and other financial aid from over 1500 sources
Scholarships.com: 3.7 million scholarships & grants
Scholarship America: non-profit organization founded in 1958
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P.E.O. STAR Scholarship  Due 9/10/19 via email.  Instructions available here $2,500 scholarships for class of 2020 female students who demonstrate outstanding leadership, academic achievement, extra-curricular activities, and community service.  Last year there were three recipients from Fort Wayne.
Eligibility:
-Minimum 3.0 GPA
-US citizen or permanent resident  
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Indiana University Wells Scholars Program  Due 9/16/19 at 2:45 PM in Student Services.  Application available here Highly prestigious scholarship covers full tuition and academic fees for four years at IU, including one year abroad.  Selection committee will review academic record, activities, essays, and 2 letters of recommendation.  Yes - Indiana University Bloomington
Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Program  Due 8/30/19 at 2:45 PM in Student Services.
Application  available here, general information AND transcript release here
Full tuition and fees for four consecutive years. 
Eligibility:
-Resident of Allen County
-Class of 2020
-Core 40 diploma or higher
-Start at Indiana college in fall of 2020 
-3.0 GPA or higher
-Demonstrate financial need (2018 taxes required)
Student must have overcome obstacles that created barriers to academic achievement.  Write two biographical essays addressing the following questions:  What barriers have you or will you have to overcome to attain your educational goals?  Why are you pursuing your chosen career, and what are your long-term goals?
Yes - Indiana college accredited by NACAC
Indiana Education and Training Voucher Program (ETV) More information here For current/former foster care youth who are enrolled in a qualified college or vocational education program.  
-Up to $5,000 per year
-Must enroll initially before 21st birthday
-Money can be used for tuition, housing, textbooks, tutoring, childcare, or transportation
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Next Level Jobs Workforce Ready Grant More information here Free job training for Hoosiers in high-demand sectors from Ivy Tech or Vincennes
Sectors include: Advanced Manufacturing, Building & Construction, Health & Life Science, IT & Business Services, and Transportation & Logistics
Eligibility:
-Indiana Resident & US citizen
-High school diploma
-Enroll in a qualifying certificate program in a high-demand job sector
Yes - Ivy Tech or Vincennes