Student Financial Assistance
Student Financial Assistance is dedicated to helping University of Southern Indiana students and their families navigate the financial aid process and educating them in making the best use of all resources available to help finance the cost of their education.
- The 2019-2020 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is now available! Complete it online today at fafsa.gov. The new state of Indiana FAFSA filing deadline is April 15.
- *Summer 2019* Need $$ For Summer Classes?
Eligible students may qualify for additional funds for summer classes from the following programs: Pell Grant, 21st Century, Frank O'Bannon Grant/Indiana Higher Education. Learn more
- State Financial Aid Application Dates and Deadlines - These awards are limited to Indiana Residents. Details regarding each scholarship are available online at https://www.in.gov/che/4498.htm. Students will apply through ScholarTrack.
Spring 2019 National Guard Supplemental Grant (Currently Open) - Deadline 4/30/19
Spring 2019 Adult Student Grant (Currently Open) - Deadline 5/31/19
Spring & Summer 2019 Tuition and Fee Exeptions/CDV/CVO (Currently Open) - Deadline 7/31/19
2019-2020 William A. Crawford Minority Teacher Scholarship (Currently Open) - Deadline 8/31/19
2019-2020 Mitch Daniels Early Graduation Scholarship (Currently Open) - Deadline 8/31/19
Summer 2019 Fast Track (Available 3/1/19)
2019-2020 Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship [for renewing students] (Available 4/1/19)
2019-2020 Adult Student Grant (Available 6/1/19)
2019-2020 National Guard Supplemental Grant (Available 6/15/19)
Fall 2019 Earline S. Rogers Student Teaching Stipend for Minorities (Available 7/1/19) - Deadline 9/30/19
Fall 2019 Student Teaching Stipend for High-Needs Fields (Available 7/1/19) - Deadline 9/30/19
- Check before you drop!
After the first week of the term, be sure to meet with a financial aid counselor before dropping coursework. Your aid could be impacted by dropping a course or courses.
- Know the renewal criteria for each of your awards!
Some grants and scholarships require not only that you are a full-time student, but that you earn a certain number of credit hours each year in order to maintain eligibility.