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Indiana Nursing Scholarship Fund Program

Type of Aid: Scholarship.

Source of Funds: State of Indiana. Administered by the Division of Student Financial Aid (SFA), formerly known as the State Student Assistance Commission of Indiana (SSACI).

Eligibility Criteria: Indiana resident. Full-time enrollment, financial need, satisfactory academic progress, minimum GPA requirements, and other SFA criteria. This grant is fee dedicated and is available to students seeking their first Bachelor’s degree.

Application Procedures: Complete the application online at http://www.in.gov/sfa/2343.htm. Your submitted application will be made available to the first college choice listed on your FAFSA after May 13, 2012.

Application Deadline: June 1.

Amount of Award: $1000-$5,000/yr for fees only.

Period of Eligibility: Eight semesters.

Questions and Further Information Contact SFA:

W462 Indiana Government Center South
402 West Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204

or visit their website at: http://www.in.gov/sfa/2343.htm.

 



Grant and Scholarship Comparison Chart

Need Based?
Minimum Enrollment

Graduate Student
Eligibility?*

Lifetime Limit?
On-Time FAFSA Filers Only
Yes
1 credit hour
No
12 semesters
No
Yes
6 credit hours
No
No, but must be Pell Grant eligible
No
No
1 credit hour
No
12 semesters
Yes
Yes
12 credit hours 
Professional Medicine Only 
4 years
Yes
No
12 credit hours
Professional Medicine Only
4 years
Yes
No
1 credit hour
Yes
124 credit hours
No
No
12 credit hours
No
8 semesters
No
Varies
Varies
Typically, no
Varies
Varies

* Unless otherwise noted, eligibility is only for students seeking their 1st Bachelor's Degree