Adult & Online
Indiana Tech offers a wide variety of scholarships, many of which have been established by our generous alumni. Most of them require no additional application forms — just apply for admission and file your Free Application for Federal Student Aid. There are also many outside scholarships available to students. Here are several that you should know about.
- Merit Scholarship for Transfer Students: Students at one of the community colleges with whom we partner may be eligible for the Merit Scholarship for Transfer Students. The scholarship is open to associate degree graduates of those institutions with a GPA of 2.5 or higher. For information on our community college transfer agreements can be found on our College of Professional Studies website.
- Military Scholarship: All active, guard, and reserve military members are granted the Indiana Tech Military Scholarship. This scholarship is also granted to spouses of active, guard, and reserve military. To learn more about the Indiana Tech Military Scholarship, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Private scholarship resources
The following private scholarship resources are currently available to our adult students.
The Community Foundation of Great Fort Wayne
To learn more or apply for a scholarship, please visit the CFGFW website.
Hispanic College Fund Scholarship Program
Applications are currently available for multiple scholarships under the Hispanic College Fund Scholarship Program. Applicants for these scholarships must: be Hispanic, maintain a 3.0 GPA (on a 4.0 scale), be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, currently reside in the United States or Puerto Rico, be a current or rising undergraduate attending a college or university in the fall in either the United States or Puerto Rico, and demonstrate financial need.
Scholarship programs, as well as the applications, can be found on the Hispanic College Fund website. Application receipt dates vary by scholarship.
Hispanic Leadership Coalition of Northeast Indiana Scholarship
The Hispanic Leadership Coalition of Northeast Indiana will be awarding $1,000 scholarships to high achieving Hispanic students from Northeast Indiana.
Indiana Women in Public Finance Scholarship
In support of its mission, the Indiana Women in Public Finance awards up to two $1,000 scholarships to a female college student with a Junior or Senior status by the fall of 2014 majoring in any of the following areas: finance, public finance, law, government accounting, public policy and public management, or any other closely related field.
The applicant must be a permanent resident of Indiana and provide a college transcript, a letter of recommendation by the student’s academic advisor, department chair, or faculty member with which the student completed coursework, the completed application form and essays.
The application for the scholarship is available on the Indiana Women in Public Finance website.
Indiana Women’s Education Foundation
The Indiana Women’s Education Foundation/IWEF hosts multiple scholarships for individuals with need.
Questa Contemporary Scholars/Women in Business Programs
Questa Education Foundation assists individuals attain further education beyond high school graduating with less debt, and become contributing members of Northeast Indiana’s workforce. This loan program features generous forgiveness of up to 75% for meeting certain requirements.
Wells County Foundation Scholarships
The Wells County Foundation offers scholarships for residents of Wells County and a few for Adams County.