The Jesse H. and Beulah Cox Civic Scholars Program honors incoming IU freshmen with a four-year scholarship, awarding strong academic achievement and a commitment to giving back. The program supports students' efforts in community engagement and trainings in leadership development and social justice.
To learn more about the Cox Scholars Program and how to apply, visit the IU Office of Scholarships.
The Scott MacDonald Scholars Program supports undergraduate students with a passion for community service and a drive to create positive change in their communities and around the world.
The focus of the MacDonald Scholars Program reflects the values of its founder, IU alumnus Scott MacDonald, who worked his way through college and graduated with student debt. Understanding the stress associated with the cost of higher education, Mr. MacDonald established the MacDonald Scholars Program to lessen the economic burden of attending IU, while encouraging students to give back through community service.
Qualified high school seniors who have committed to attend IU the following fall are invited to apply. The scholarship is available to both out-of-state and Indiana residents. Strong applicants demonstrate economic need, strong academic performance, and a passion for community engagement.
For more information about the MacDonald Scholars Program, please contact the IU Office of Scholarships at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Office of Scholarships.