Financial Aid

Deciding to study and earn a degree is a major decision both from a time and financial investment. On this page you will find many resources and options to consider as you create a plan to fund your program of study.

Financial Aid

You can explore your financial aid options with the IPFW Financial Aid office.

Scholarships for Students

Step 1:

If you want to be considered for a scholarship you must fill out the IPFW Common Scholarship application form. It takes about 10 minutes to complete this form. Plan to complete and submit this form in January.

Step 2:

Financial need scholarships require a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Please complete and submit this paperwork.

Step 3:

Many scholarships require an essay. Write and submit the essay following the specific scholarship directions. Consider using the IPFW writing center to polish your essay before submitting.

The IPFW financial aid office has a webpage devoted to scholarships.

The Center for Women and Returning Adults lists several scholarships. You are highly encouraged to explore their extensive list of scholarships.

The IPFW Alumni Association offers some scholarships.

Photo of school counseling graduate students at commencement.School counseling graduate students at commencement.