Indiana Tech offers a wide variety of scholarships, many of which have
been established by our generous alumni. Most of them require no
additional application forms — just apply for admission and file your
Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
There are many outside scholarships available to students, but here are
several that you should know about.
Computer Science and Computer Engineering Degrees - Undergraduate Academic Award
A $1,000 academic award given to a student pursuing a degree in computer
science or computer engineering. Areas of study that will be considered
include computer science, computer engineering, computer information
systems, software engineering, database management, computer networking,
computer programming and information technology management.
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Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Degrees - Undergraduate Academic Award
A $500 academic award given to a student pursuing any associate or
bachelor degree program emphasizing criminal justice or law enforcement.
Areas of study that will be considered include criminal justice, law
enforcement, homeland security, sociology with law/criminal emphasis,
corrections, computer forensics, and forensic psychology, among others.
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Liberal Arts and General Studies Degrees - Undergraduate Academic Award
A $500 academic award given to a student pursuing an associate or
bachelor degree program emphasizing liberal arts, general studies, or humanities.
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Hispanic College Fund Scholarship Program
Applications are currently available for multiple scholarships under the
Hispanic College Fund Scholarship Program. Applicants for these
scholarships must: be Hispanic, maintain a 3.0 GPA (on a 4.0 scale), be
a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, currently reside in the United
States or Puerto Rico, be a current or rising undergraduate attending a
college or university in the fall in either the United States or Puerto
Rico, and demonstrate financial need.
Scholarship programs, as well as the applications, can be found on the
Hispanic College Fund web site.
Application receipt dates vary by scholarship.
Charter One Scholarship Search
Use Charter One's online search engine to find scholarships for students
like you. The scholarship search function is a nationwide database of
need- and merit-based scholarships. Search more than 1.68 million awards
totaling $7.69 billion annually.
Learn more »
Campus Explorer Exclusive Scholarship
The Campus Explorer Exclusive Scholarship is a monthly $1,000 giveaway,
designed to help students pay for their higher-education expenses. Every
month, Campus Explorer will announce a new scholarship - and a new way
to win. A winner will be randomly selected from the entrants.
The contest is open to legal residents of the United States and the
District of Columbia who are at least 16 years old at the time of entry.
For more information, visit the
The Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne Scholarship Opportunities
The Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne (CFGFW) has released
their 2013-2014 scholarship opportunities. There are over 50 scholarship
opportunities available this year from CFGFW. To learn more or apply for
a scholarship, please visit the
Fort Wayne Central High School Alumni Association Scholarship
The Fort Wayne Central High School (FWCHS) Alumni Association is
awarding two scholarships for descendents of a Fort Wayne Central High
School graduate. Both scholarships require that the applicants are
related to a member of the FWCHS Alumni Association.
The FWCHS Alumni Scholarship ($500/up to 5 awarded per year) is for
students entering their first or second year of higher education. The Dr.
Patty Martone Education scholarship ($1000/1 awarded per year) is for a
third year student pursuing a degree in Education. Both awards are
one-time scholarships and cannot be renewed on an annual basis.
Applications are due Monday, April 29, 2013. For more information on
these scholarships, please contact the Central High School Alumni
Association through the Anthis Career Center Office by calling 260-467-1005.
U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), Indiana Chapter, Northeast Branch Scholarship
The Northeast Branch of the USGBC Indiana Chapter has established a
scholarship to further the mission of the USGBC Indiana Chapter by
supporting a student who shows promise and leadership in the area of
sustainable building design, engineering, and construction. Applicants
shall be pursuing an undergraduate degree, majoring in a building design,
engineering, or construction related subject, and attending a college or
university in Northeast Indiana. The amount of the award shall be $1,000.
Applications are due no later than March, 15, 2013. Questions regarding
the requirements or application process may be directed to the USGBC
Indiana Chapter Northeast Branch at email@example.com.
Legacy for Health "Dr. Alma S. Adams Scholarship"
Legacy for Health is pleased to announce the Dr. Alma S. Adams
Scholarship for Outreach and Health Communications to Reduce Tobacco Use
Among Priority Populations". Two scholarships are available in the
amount of $5000 each. Please visit Legacy's scholarship
for more information or to apply for this scholarship.
Indiana Sheriffs' Association Scholarship
The Indiana Sheriffs' Association Scholarship fund was established for
the purpose to provide college scholarships to qualified students who are
committed to pursuing an education and career in the law enforcement field.
General qualifications for applicants are: to be an active affiliate or
associate member of the Indiana Sheriffs' Association or a dependent
child or grandchild of an active affiliate or associate member of the
association, be an Indiana resident, attend an Indiana College or
University, major in a law enforcement field and enroll as a full-time
student (12 hours).
Applications are available through the Financial Aid office. All
applications must be typed or hand printed neatly, completed in full,
and returned BEFORE April 1, 2013 to: Indiana Sheriffs' Association; 147
East Maryland Street; Indianapolis, IN 46204-3608.
Friends of Colombia Society
The "Sociedad Amigos de Colombia" (SADCO/Friends of Colombia Society) is
pleased to announce their academic scholarship program for 2013-2014.
There are 18 NEED BASED scholarships available in the amount of $2000
each. For more information about these scholarships or to apply, please
Friends of Colombia Society
website. Applications are due no later than April 20, 2013.
ICI Indiana CPA Society Scholarship
Independent Colleges of Indiana (ICI) will award, on behalf of the
Indiana CPA Educational Foundation, INC., three (3) $1000 scholarships
to students who qualify. Applicants must meet the following criteria to apply:
Student must be a resident of Indiana, attending an ICI member
institution, pursuing accounting studies and classes that will lead to a
major in accounting or its equivalent, with a career interest in the
accounting and finance field.
Student must be in good standing at his/her college/university and be on
target to graduate no later than the final semester of the 2014-2015
Applications are due to ICI by 4:30pm, Friday, April 19, 2013. For more
information about this scholarship, or to apply, please visit the
ICI Indiana CPA Scholarship
ICI H. Kent Weldon Scholarship
Independent Colleges of Indiana (ICI) will award two (2) $500
scholarships on behalf of the H. Kent Weldon Scholarship Program. The
scholarship will support undergraduate students enrolled in either a
four-year private, independent or state-supported public Indiana college
Students who meet the program guidelines should apply. The guidelines are:
- student must be a resident of the State of Indiana
- be a either a junior or senior in the 2013-14 academic year
be eligible for either (or both) a Federal Pell Grant or need-based
grant from the State Student Assistance Commission of Indiana
- be in good academic standing at his or her college.
Interested students should print, complete and mail the
to the listed address no later than April 19, 2013.
ISHHRA Paul W. Guy Scholarship
The Indiana Society of Healthcare Human Resources Administration (ISHHRA)
is seeking applications for their $1000 Paul W. Guy memorial scholarship.
The scholarship provides financial assistance to further the education
and training of students in the field of human resources management.
Applicants should meet the following guidelines: be a full time or part
time junior, senior or graduate student registered in an accredited
Indiana college or university; be a resident of Indiana at the time of
entry into the college or university; and be majoring in human resource
management, industrial relations or business administration with a human
resources management concentration.
Recipient(s) are selected based upon scholastic achievement; school,
community and work activities; and student's statement of career goals
and reasons for choosing a career in human resources management. To
apply, interested students should request an application from the
financial aid office. Applications are due May 31, 2013.
Operating in Excellence Scholarship (NSBE)
This scholarship was established to support the financial need of a
National Society of Black Engineers member. It will ensure the academic
development of NSBE members by financially supporting their higher
education goals. The mission to increase the number of culturally
responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed
professionally and positively impact the community inspired the group to
establish this scholarship.
Students must be current NSBE members PCI, collegiate, or alumni.
Members must be in good standing nationally. Recipients must also be
active community members (not restricted to the Fort Wayne community).
Recipients must maintain a 2.5 GPA and express financial need. The award
is nonrenewable and is to be used toward tuition/housing costs.
should be submitted to the Financial Aid Office, on the
first floor of the Abbott Building.