IUB-Scott MacDonald Scholars Program II

Preference will be given to a student who does not qualify for federal or state-based financial aid because of their citizenship status, such as an undocumented and/or specially documented student, a refugee, and/or a student who has been granted political asylum.

The MacDonald Scholars Program supports incoming IU Bloomington undergraduate students with a passion for civic engagement and a drive to create positive change in their communities and around the world. On campus, MacDonald Scholars connect with supportive staff members, community leaders, and one another through unique engagement opportunities. Scholars make a difference by completing a minimum of 280 hours of meaningful service every year, serving in the Bloomington community and in their home communities.

Up to $5000 resident and $9000 non-resident
Supplemental Questions
  1. IUB-Scott MacDonald Scholars Program
    • 1. I have read and understand the MacDonald Scholarship information available here.
    • 2. MacDonald Scholars complete 280 hours of annual service in the community. Tell us why you would like to represent the MacDonald Scholars Program by engaging in community service in Bloomington. In doing so, please share details of your involvement with any impactful community service work.
    • 3. Please describe any special circumstances of hardship or sacrifice that you feel should be taken into consideration related to your scholarship application.
    • 4. What have you learned from your experiences with employment and other activities outside of academics and community service?