There are many options available to help fund your undergraduate experience. In addition to scholarship opportunities offered by Indiana University and the College of Arts and Sciences, you might find employment in a work-study position or paid internship.
The College of Arts and Sciences, of which Sociology is a part, offers more than 350 scholarships and awards to students. Incoming students who are directly admitted to the College of Arts and Sciences with Sociology as their intended major may be eligible for a number of merit-based scholarships within the College.
High achieving students may be recognized for Academic Excellence in the College of Arts and Sciences, or be eligible for admission to the Hutton Honors College. The Center for Research on Race and Ethnicity in Society (CRRES) also provides competitive grants up to $1500 for undergraduate research in the areas of race, migration, ethnicity, and diversity.
Indiana University also offers many resources to help you fund your education. Visit the Office of Scholarships website for information on these and other opportunities.