Summit Scholars Program


As a Chapman Scholar, you will...

  • Receive full tuition, fees, room, board, and textbooks for
    four years.
  • Take part in monthly programs that enrich the
    collegiate experience.
  • Network with local community, business, and
    government leaders.
  • Attend special dinners and events.
  • Engage in campus leadership and community
    volunteer experiences.
  • Complete a senior level community-based project for credit.
  • Receive assistance in finding and connecting with post-baccalaureate awards, study abroad programs, the Honors Program, as well as  research and internship opportunities.
  • Interact with other high-achieving students.
  • Live in the new apartment-style campus housing.
  • Earn a degree from Indiana University or Purdue University.


Chapman Scholars with Governor Daniels

Howard and Betsy Chapman (center and right) with their son, Stephen Chapman (left), in the new Honors Program Center in September 2014. The Honors Program Center was made possible through a generous gift from Howard, Betsy, and Stephen Chapman. The Honors Program Center is available to all Chapman Scholars.

Chapman Scholars Volunteering

(Left to right) Chapman Scholars Caleb McQuillin, Kelsey Gabbard, Amy Schwarz, and Lauren Fulk sorting thousands of potatoes for donation at Community Harvest Food Bank in 2012.


(Left to right) Chapman Scholars Kassie Yenser and Lauren Fulk with Benefactors Howard and Betsy Chapman at the 2013 IPFW Commencement.


Chicago, 2013

Chapman Scholars Freshman Class in Chicago, Illinois on the annual Freshman - Sophomore Class Trip in October 2013.