We know college is expensive. That’s why IU offers bountiful awards and scholarships so that you can focus more on your education, and less on your finances. The Office of Scholarships can help you explore your options and navigate the process of applying for financial aid.
Financial Aid & Scholarships
IU awards more than $200 million in scholarships, fellowships, and other gift aid each year.
Scholarships and fellowships for incoming students
IU awards scholarships for undergraduates and fellowships for graduate students based on academic achievement and other factors.
For maximum scholarship consideration, incoming freshmen must apply for admission by November 1.
Scholarships and fellowships for current students
The Department of Studio Art and College of Arts and Sciences offer a range of scholarships and fellowships to current students. Visit the student portal to find out what awards you are eligible for and how to apply.
Another way to pay for school is through grants, work-study jobs, and student loans.
Many graduate students in the Department of Studio Art receive funding through graduate assistant, assistant instructor, and teaching assistant positions. Graduate students are considered for these positions upon application to the M.F.A. program.
Start by filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which will determine how much aid you qualify to receive.
You can also earn money and get work experience through a part-time job on campus or in Bloomington.