Some major national scholarships require the endorsement of a Ball State committee (these have on-campus deadlines). Other programs allow students to apply on their own, but we recommend assistance. Either way, our staff can help the process go smoothly if you get started early.
If you want to compete for a scholarship, you must contact Barb Stedman, director of national and international scholarships, in the Honors College (765-285-5086), at least six weeks before the national deadline or campus deadline, if applicable. Some scholarships require up to three months’ preparation.
Based on the deadlines and requirements of each major scholarship program, we encourage you to start working on your applications by the dates below.
Fill out a Scholarship Interest and Preparation Form [current site: scholarshipinterestform.pdf] as soon as possible and submit it to the Honors College. Our Top 10 Scholarship Tips also will help you apply for awards.