Cost of Joining Honors
The Honors curriculum is designed to be completely immersed within a student's major/minor and Foundational Studies requirements, and therefore should not increase the cost of completing a degree at Indiana State University.
Prospective students can estimate their cost of attendance at ISU and eligibility for financial aid using the Net Price Calculator:
Please contact ISU's Office of Student Financial Aid with any questions: http://www.indstate.edu/finaid/
- Incoming freshmen may be competitive for a variety of Indiana State University scholarships (including President's and University Honors scholarships), which are awarded through ISU's Office of Scholarships: http://www.indstate.edu/scholarships/
- The Office of Scholarships has compiled a list of scholarship resources that may be helpful for both prospective and current ISU students who are searching for additional funding: http://www.indstate.edu/scholarships/outside.htm
- There are several awards offered by the Honors College to assist current Honors students during their sophomore, junior, or senior year: the Richard J. Brett Memorial Scholarship for Study Abroad, the Anne Bauer Jackson, M.D. Memorial Honors Book Scholarship, and the Rebecca A. Johnson Honors Program Award.
Pictured above: ISU President's Scholars at Arches National Park in Moab, Utah
Greg Bierly, Dean
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