Scholarships 2015-2016

for Entering Transfer Students

 

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TRANSFER MIDWEST CONSORTIUM SCHOLARSHIP

  1. Special reduced fee (tuition) rate provided below
  2. Renewable
  3. A limited number of Midwest Consortium Scholarships are awarded each year.
  4. Most majors eligible; however, not open to nursing majors
  5. Not open to online-only or returning ISU students
  6. All incoming transfer students who are admitted to the University by the deadline listed below will be automatically considered for this scholarship. No additional application is required.

For consideration, candidates must be residents of Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, or Wisconsin—and have a minimum 40 earned credits (or three semesters of full-time enrollment) with a minimum 3.0 cumulative grade point average. Students receiving this scholarship must be entering ISU with a fall semester. This scholarship is not available to students starting at ISU with a spring semester.

To view the rules and regulations governing this scholarship, see rules and regulations.

Deadlines: To receive first consideration, candidates should be admitted to ISU by April 1 for the fall semester. Scholarship awarding begins April 1. This scholarship is not guaranteed and is limited in quantity. Meeting all scholarship requirements does not guarantee receiving this scholarship. Candidates admitted after June 1 will not be considered.

To apply for admission to Indiana State University, see applications and instructions.

Note: Students who qualify for the Transfer Midwest Consortium Scholarship may qualify for other awards. See combining.


Fees for Midwest Consortium Scholarship Recipients
Fall 2015—Spring 2016

Recipients of the Midwest Consortium Scholarship are charged a reduced tuition rate. Tuition rates for 2015-2016 are not expected to be set until summer 2015. However, using 2014-2015 tuition rates, a student with this scholarship saved $3,938 per semester from the full out-of-state tuition cost. This scholarship is renewable for a total of two years of study.


The University Board of Trustees reserves the right to change fees at any time in the future. The right to correct errors is also reserved.

Last updated: 29 September 2014