If you do not live in Indiana, you may still qualify for in-state tuition rates. In order to receive a residency exception, eligible students must notify their campus veteran services office and provide documentation to confirm eligibility.Find out if you’re eligible for in-state tuition
As a Pat Tillman Foundation partner university, IU is able to host one Tillman Scholar each year. Benefits of the Tillman Scholar Program include:
- Academic scholarships
- Professional development and leadership opportunities
- Access to the Tillman Scholar Community, a network of Tillman Scholars at universities across the country
The application cycle opens in February each year.Learn about the Tillman Scholar program
If you are a direct descendant of an American veteran of World War I, you may be eligible for IU’s LaVerne Noyes Award.Learn about the LaVerne Noyes award
Indiana University is proud to present the USS Indiana Scholarship program in recognition of the new United States submarine (SSN-789) named for the great state of Indiana, and the men and women who serve on the ship. The scholarship also recognizes the 100th anniversary of IU’s first educational partnership with the US Navy which began on October 1, 1918. IU is connected to the USS Indiana by serving as home of the memorial to the previous USS Indiana (BB-58) outside IU Bloomington’s Memorial Stadium.
The USS Indiana Scholarship is a one-time award of $5,000 toward education-related expenses at any IU campus. It is awarded to one current or newly admitted, full-time graduate or undergraduate student each year. It is available for use in the academic year of the student’s choice. To be eligible, a student must be currently serving or have served in the past on the USS Indiana.
Applications should be submitted by May 1 of each year. The recipient will be notified by June 1. For more information, contact Kimberly Bloodgood, the Director of the IU Center for Military and Veteran Services, at 812-856-1985 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
IU’s Veteran Family Support Grant provides up to $2,000 in unrestricted funding each year to veteran and military-connected students who are enrolled full time at IU Bloomington and are supporting a child or children under 18. The grant is awarded on a first-come, first-served basis until funds run out.Learn more about the Veteran Family Support grant