Scholarships

Admission expectations

Students must have a minimum high school GPA of 3.75 (weighted).

Previous applicants have been required to achieve either 1310 on the SAT or 28 on the ACT.

The IUPUI Honors College accepts *superscores, and if an applicant considers retaking the test, we will require them to do so before the November 15 deadline.

*When a student takes multiple tests, we take the highest score in each subsection and will compile them to calculate the “superscore."

The IUPUI Honors College is highly selective. If you do not meet the listed minimum test scores but do meet or exceed the GPA requirement, you will be required to provide additional information from your school counselor or an academic professional who can attest to your academic ability. Additional information can be found in the IUPUI Honors College Scholarship Application checklist in the SAT/ACT results section. Students who do not meet the GPA minimum will not be considered for IUPUI Honors College admission or scholarship.

SAT

  • August 24, 2019
  • October 5, 2019
  • November 2, 2019

ACT

  • September 14, 2019
  • October 26, 2019

Indiana residents and international students* may apply.

The Bepko Scholars and Fellows Program is designed for students who demonstrate integrity, dedication, leadership, and a commitment to service.

Students selected for this scholarship program receive undergraduate tuition, fees, a $2,500 study abroad stipend, and books for four years of study. Bepko Scholars also receive two years of on-campus housing and are required to live in the Honors Residential Based Learning Community (RBLC) during their freshman year.

Bepko Scholars who attend IUPUI for graduate or professional study receive $5,000 per year for four years and are named Bepko Fellows.

*One international student will be selected for the Bepko Scholarship. For more information on undergraduate admission and scholarship opportunities for international students, please visit the IUPUI International Affairs website.

Indiana residents may apply.

The Adam W. Herbert Presidential Scholarship is designed for outstanding Indiana high school seniors with extensive leadership experience.

Students selected for this scholarship receive $12,000 per year for four years of study, a $2,500 study abroad stipend, a $1,500 housing stipend freshman year for on-campus housing, and a $1,200 one-time award for supplemental educational expenses (e.g. laptop, books, equipment, etc.).

Indiana residents and international* students may apply.

The Plater International Scholars Program is designed for exceptional incoming freshmen with an interest in international affairs and cross-cultural experiences.

Plater International Scholars will be actively involved in international programming, both off and on campus. In close cooperation with the Office of International Affairs, recipients of the Plater International Scholarship will be exposed to high profile international visitors, international seminars, and lectures.

Students selected for this scholarship receive $12,000 per year for four years of study, a $2,500 study abroad stipend, and a $2,500 housing stipend for their freshman year.

One international student will be selected for the Plater International Scholarship. This student is eligible to receive the amounts listed above, as well as the admission-based IUPUI Outstanding Scholarship.

*One international student will be selected for the Plater International Scholarship. For more information on undergraduate admission and scholarship opportunities for international students, please visit the IUPUI International Affairs website.

Indiana residents, non-residents, and international students may apply.

The IUPUI Chancellor's Scholars Program is designed for highly motivated, well-rounded incoming freshmen who have excelled in high school and are committed to academic excellence. This competitive scholarship program offers Indiana residents $8,000 annually for four years. Nonresident students will receive $19,000 annually for four years. Students selected for this scholarship program also will receive $2,500 for a study abroad experience.

IUPUI is now a member of the Midwest Student Exchange Program (MSEP). Beginning Fall 2016, IUPUI will grant an MSEP award to admitted students in specific majors who are legal residents of Illinois, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, and Wisconsin.

The MSEP award grants a tuition reduction equal to 150 percent of the in-state resident tuition rate to nonresidents from these states admitted to specific programs. MSEP awardees selected for a Chancellor’s Scholarship are eligible to receive $8,000 annually for four years.

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