HHSP partnerships with IUB SchoolS

Through partnership agreements with School of Education, HPER, School of Informatics & Computing, School of Journalism, and SPEA, HHSP scholars may be eligible for additional scholarship funds.

SCHOOL
SCHOLARSHIP AMOUNT
Kelley School of Business $1,000 year per year as an admitted KSB student meeting eligibility criteria
School of Education up to $4,000 total ($1,000 per year)
School of HPER $1,000 per year as long as student remains HPER major
School of Informatics & Computing $2,000 per year
$500 for enrolling in introductory course I-101 (4 credits)
School of Journalism up to $4,000 total ($1,000 per year)
$1,000 for enrolling in introductory course J-110 (3 credits)
School of Public & Environmental Affairs (SPEA) up to $4,000 total ($1,000 per year)

The terms of each scholarship are explained in more detail below. Note that for schools that incentivize enrolling in an introductory course, scholarships will not be doubled. To be eligible for these funds, students should complete and submit the Notice of Eligibility for Additional Scholarships form no later than end of the second week of the semester. For the Spring 2010 semester, the deadline to notify HHSP of scholarship eligibility is Friday, September 10, 2010.

NOTE: To be eligible for scholarship funds based on a major, students must have officially declared their major with the university.

Kelley School of Business
This scholarship, funded by the Kelley School of Business, may be offered to qualified, HHSP students who have been accepted into the Hudson & Holland Scholars Program and admitted to the Kelley School either as a direct admit or through the standard admit process.

To be eligible for this additional scholarship, Scholars must have matriculated in fall 2007 or later and be a funded participant in the IU Hudson & Holland Scholars Program. In addition, minimum GPA, Degree progress and Program participation standards must be met for receipt and renewal.

Scholars must sumbit the Hudson and Holland Match Scholarship Application to be considered for the scholarship. For fall consideration, the completed application must be received by the Kelley School by June 1. For spring consideration, the completed application must be received by the Kelley School by December 1.

Please note that qualified students should apply for scholarship consideration by the aforementioned deadlines even if they have not yet received confirmation of their acceptance to Kelley. Once a student has submitted the application they do NOT need to submit one every semester. Renewal of the scholarship will occur automatically as long as the student mainatains their eligibility.

School of Education
Incoming (freshman) Hudson Scholars who declare an Education major (Music Education, Math Education, etc.), will receive $1,000 per year ($500 per semester), up to $4,000 total from the School of Education. Current HHSP students changing their majors to Education are eligible to receive these additional funds. To be eligible, students must take and pass all three sections of the Praxis I exam prior to arriving to campus for the fall semester. Test results must be delivered to the HHSP office for verification.

There are no incentive funds or exploratory classes for this program. If students enter a probationary status in HHSP (50% funding), their Education funding will be reduced, as well. If students change to another major, their Education scholarship will be rescinded.

School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation (HPER)
Hudson & Holland will promote this agreement among prospective students at college fairs, school visits, and community presentations. Students who identify themselves as future HPER majors and are accepted to Indiana University, as well as HHSP, will have their names forwarded to HPER and be admitted to the program (freshman year). Students will receive $1,000 per year as long as they remain HPER majors.

Current Hudson Scholars who declare a HPER major will receive $1,000.00 per year while they are in the program ($4,000.00 maximum). Students who choose not to continue in the program can do so, however, they will not continue to receive the $1,000.00 incentive award.

School of Informatics & Computing
An incentive scholarship of $500 will be awarded to any HHSP freshman or sophomore who takes the introductory course INFO-I 101 (4 credits). If you started as a freshman Informatics major, you should already be receiving an additional $2,000 per year Informatics scholarship. HHSP scholars who choose to later declare an Informatics major will begin to receive the same additional $2,000 on top of your HHSP scholarship, per year.

Note: If a student receives the $500 award for trying the I-101 course and then declares the Informatics major in that same year, an additional $1,500 is added to the award to bring the total to $2,000. Each year after that, the Informatics scholarship amount for that student is $2,000.

School of Journalism
Hudson Scholars who declare Journalism as their major will receive $1,000 per year ($500 per semester, up to $4,000 total from the School of Journalism. Students who are undecided may declare Journalism after arriving on campus and will be awarded the funding. To incentivize and allow students to investigate the School, any freshman or sophomore HHSP scholar who takes JOUR-J 110 will receive a $1,000 incentive scholarship for enrolling in the course. HHSP scholars can not receive both the $1,000 incentive for taking JOUR-J 110 and the $1,000 for majoring in the Journalism within the same semester.

Students are allowed to take advantage of this offer after arriving to campus, anytime prior to their junior year. If students enter aprobationary status in HHSP (50% funding), their Journalism funding will be reduced, as well.

School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA)
Hudson Scholars who declare a SPEA major will receive $1,000 per year ($500 per semester), up to $4,000 total from the School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA). Students may declare a SPEA major anytime after arriving on campus and take advantage of the additional funding. There
are no incentive funds or exploratory classes for this program. If students enter a probationary status in HHSP (50% funding), their SPEA funding will be reduced, as well.


Submit the Notice of Eligibility for Additional Scholarships