INvestED Financial Aid Night
Our Financial Aid Night is coming up on Tuesday, January 12th at 6 PM. Seniors and parent(s) are invited to attend. Experts from INvestEd will share information on college funding options, the financial aid process, and tips for completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) on time and accurately.
INvestEd is an Indiana not-for-profit and has offered FREE help to families for over 40 years. For more information on INvestEd check out their website: https://www.investedindiana.org
See the flyer here.
Next Indiana: A Guide to Life After High School
See this year's issue of Next Indiana magazine. Typically this is a printed magazine, but this year it is digital. http://issues.ibjcp.com/magazines/next/2020/
See postcard from Earlham College about a new scholarship here.
See a booklet from Indiana Tech here.
University of Northwestern Ohio Information
Find the University of Northwestern Ohio College of Applied Technologies flyer with links here.
Find the University of Northwestern Ohio Colleges of Bussiness, Health Professions, and Occupational Professions Overview 2020 video here.
If you are interested in UNOH and would like more information, fill out the student information card here.
Collins Living & Learning Center at IU Bloomington
Students who are creative, curious, and passionate will find a diverse and welcoming home in the Collins Living-Learning Center. At its half-century mark, Collins is rich in tradition, boasting trademark events like the Halloween Dance, the Dickens Dinner, the Viennese Ball, and CollinsFest.Collins also positions its students to prepare for their futures. Our cornerstones of Self-Government, Sustainability, and the Arts allow students to have a hand in curating their own undergraduate experiences and in creating a better world. Through our Board of Educational Programmers, students can take control of their educations, helping to develop IU courses that they and fellow undergraduates can take. On our SustainCollins floor, students become stewards of our one. In our unrivaled studio spaces run by Arts Council student leaders, undergraduates gain access. to a darkroom, a ceramics studio, a textiles studio, and more. As one student declares, "Collins is a place for motivated students to do amazing things for their community."
There are now many Living-Learning Centers at IU. Among these units, Collins is unique. It's not just longevity and variety that distinguishes Collins. It's also the fact that, unlike other LLCs, students can - and do - call Collins home for their entire undergraduate careers. Thanks to this continuity, first-year students can walk into a lively residential community at the outset; seniors can sustain their engagements and hone their leadership skills for further education and the workplace.
See a flyer for Collins Living and Learning Center here.
University of Saint Francis
See the flyer for the University of Saint Francis Creative Arts Music Technology Degree here.
See the flyer for the University of Saint Francis Marching Band here.
See the flyer for the University of Saint Francis Creative Arts Pre-Art Therapy Degree here.
See the flyer for the University of Saint Francis Ensembles here.
The Networks Scholarship from Indiana State University
The Networks Scholarship, created through a grant from the Lilly Endowment, Inc., is for students studying for a career in business and financial services - all majors in the Scott College of Business are eligible.
- 4-year, $9,000 Scholarship valued at $36,000
- $3,000 Professional Development Account to be used over four years
- Paid Internships and Career Preparation
- International Travel and Professional Conferences
- Professional and personal growth through hands-on learning, industry relationships, and coaching.
To be eligible to apply, students must be admitted as an incoming freshman to Indiana State. Qualified students should possess two of the following three criteria:
- A cumulative GPA of at least 3.50 on a 4.0 scale
- An 1140 SAT (Evidenced-Based Reading and Writing and Math) or 23 ACT
- Ranking in the top 15% of the senior class.
Students must have applied and been accepted to Indiana State by December 1st to access the application. Completed Networks applications, including all required materials, are due by December 15th
Molecular Life Sciences at IU Bloomington
Check out more information about IU Bloomington's Molecular Life Sciences B.S. Degree here.
University of Saint Francis Creative Arts Talent Scholarship Day
The University of Saint Francis welcomes students to showcase their talent with portfolios or auditions on Talent Scholarship Day and find a home to grow as artists. Read more from their flyer here.
A Message from Sinclair College
UPDATE: Here is a flyer for Sinclair's Virtual Open House on October 15th
INvested and Next Indiana Magazines
The Next Indiana Magazine is available online at www.learnmoreindiana.org/classroom-materials/#maga...
The INvested Magazine is available in the front office.
Indiana University Bloomington Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering
See flyer from IU Bloomington
The Futures Magazine, which is produced by Today's Military, is now available. The digital version is available at www.todaysmilitary.com/futures and physical copies can be picked up in the front office.
Ohio Independent Colleges
The Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Ohio (AICUO) has updated their information for the 2020-2021 school year. Learn about number of Independent Colleges in Ohio by visiting www.ohioprivatecolleges.com
9th Annual Indiana Latino Education Summit and College & Career Fair
For more information check out the flyer here.
Mount St. Joseph University
Some information from Franklin College:
Franklin College is still hosting some in-person visits. If you are interested visit: https://franklincollege.edu/admissions/visit-frank...
Franklin College sent two paper copies of their application, if you need one they will be available on a first-come basis.
Franklin College sent two cards to request more information, which you can fill out and mail to them, they will be available on a first-come basis.
Indiana Wesleyan Application Update
Indiana Wesleyan University has transitioned to the Common App beginning this year. Other updates include: no application fee, and no required essay for regular admission, no ACT/SAT required for regular admission or financial aid merit scholarships. If you would like help applying let us know.