IUPUI-Women's Rotary of Indianapolis Scholarship (Liberal Arts)

This scholarship assists adult returning undergraduate students at IUPUI, which includes but is not limited to students preparing for a new career, re-entering the job market, or advancing a current career.

  • You must demonstate financial need and/or provide a copy of your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
  • The following eligibility requirements must be met:
    *IUPUI students who have experienced an interruption of at least three (3) years in their schooling while working towards an undergraduate degree and who are preparing for a new career, re-entering the job market, or advancing their current career.
  • Preference will be given to female applicants, age 21 or older. Selection will be based primarily, though not solely, on financial need.
  • Complete the online application, the required essay, and upload the required documents
  • A copy of your unofficial IU transcript is needed for this scholarship.
  • You need one (1) letter of recommendation concerning your academic performance and/or interest in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.
  • Submit a 300-500 word essay which should describe career goals and the people and events that have most influenced future plans; explain how scholarship support at this point in education will help you achieve your goals; discuss the ways in which your education plans are related to other significant commitments in life (such as work, sports, family, spiritual, political, or volunteer, activities, etc.); and indicate how this award supports your plan to use your education to benefit society, particularly women and girls.

Award
up to $2,500
Deadline
02/01/2023
Supplemental Questions
  1. Women's Rotary 2
    • Essay (300-500 words) which should describe your career goals and the people and events that have most influenced your future plans; explain how scholarship support at this point in your education will help you achieve your goals; discuss the ways in which your education plans are related to other significant commitments in your life (such as work, sports, family, church, political or volunteer activities, etc.); and indicate how you plan to use your education to benefit society, particularly women and girls.
    • It is a requirement that applicant must have an interruption of at least 3 years in their schooling. List "stop out" dates.
    • Letter of recommendation - Must address your academic performance and/or interest in Women's Studies.