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When you add up all the scholarships, grants, loans, and other forms of financial aid you can get, IU’s relatively inexpensive education becomes even more affordable.

Just by applying to IU, you’ll be considered for several scholarships, including the IU Achievement Scholarships. If you’re admitted to IU and meet the initial criteria, you’ll receive a Selective Scholarship Application, which you can fill out for a chance to earn even more scholarships. And then there are scholarships offered by the School of Informatics and Computing, the IU Alumni Association, and other sources—and don’t forget grants, loans, and work-study.

Check out the financial aid info from the Office of Admissions, the Office of Scholarships, and Student Central on Union. International students can find out more about financial aid through the Office of International Services.

Informatics and Computing Scholarships

Sure, IU offers a lot of scholarships, but we wanted to offer more just for informatics and computer science students. Below are examples of scholarship opportunities available to our students. Students who are invited to complete the selective scholarship application will also be considered for the following scholarships. If you need to submit any supporting materials, send them to Nancy Lemons (nlemons [at] indiana [dot] edu).

All of the scholarships below are available to both informatics and computer science students, unless otherwise noted.

Cecil (Corky) Richmond Scholarship

Worth up to $5,000 per year, this scholarship is awarded to an incoming freshman and is renewable up to four years if the recipient remains in good standing. Preference is given to Indiana residents.
Learn more about Corky Richmond »

School of Informatics and Computing Direct Admit Scholarship

This $1,000 award is made to an incoming freshman who exhibits high promise for achieving academic success based on standardized test scores and an application essay. The scholarship is renewable if the recipient remains in good standing.

School of Informatics and Computing Hudson and Holland Matching Scholarship

This $2,000 award is made to an informatics or computer science student who is also supported by IU’s Hudson and Holland Scholars Program for high-achieving underrepresented students. This scholarship is renewable if the recipient remains in good standing in the Hudson and Holland Scholars Program.