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Eligibility Requirements: You must be a major in Communication; History, Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics; Philosophy; or Political Science. You must intend to attend graduate school or law school, be an Indiana resident, be enrolled full time at Junior or Senior standing and ranked in upper 25% of class. For the application, please click here.
The Raymond J. Reece and Frances R. Kepner Scholarship was established
by Raymond Reece Kepner and his wife, Trischa J. O'Hanlon in honor of
Mr. Kepner's grandfather and mother - who cumulatively served on the
faculty of Indiana State University for over fifty years.
Eligibility Requirements: You must be a Junior or Senior major in Arts and Sciences and have a 3.75 or higher cumulative GPA. For the application, please click here.
This scholarship fund was given by Ms. Mills in sacred memory of her
parents, J. Edward and Lillie F. Mills and her brother E. Lenley Mills.
Ms. Thelma Mills received a B.S. degree in 1932 and a M.A. in 1955 from
ISU. She was a public school teacher for 37 years. In addition to her
commitment to teaching, Ms. Mills was dedicated to the idea of
establishing a fund which would assist worthy students engage in
meaningful work experience as they earn a degree at ISU.
Eligibility Requirements: You should be engaged in meaningful work experience related to your vocational/professional objectives, not to exceed 20 hours per week during the academic year (which may include unpaid internships). Your statement of application should describe how your vocational/professional objectives are advanced by your work experience. Please note in addition to two faculty references, you must submit a recommendation from your employer. For the application, please click here.
You must be enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student in an academic major within the College of Arts and Sciences. You must be admitted (or applying for) a residential international study program or experience approved by the Indiana State University Office of Academic Programs Abroad for academic credit at ISU. You must have achieved sophomore standing by the start of the international study experience. You must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. You must submit an application to the ISU Coordinator of Academic Programs Abroad. Application materials should include a complete application form, a statement about how the student expects to benefit from the residential international experience (500 word maximum), a letter of recommendation from an ISU faculty member, and a letter from the ISU Office of Academic Programs Abroad confirming that the program to which the student has been admitted (or is applying) is approved by ISU. For the application, please click here.