A complete listing of endowed scholarships may be found in the financial aid section of Valpo’s catalog. The Office of Financial Aid selects recipients in cooperation with the Office of Institutional Advancement and other offices. Most endowed scholarships help fund Valpo awards and scholarships.

No separate application is required, except for the scholarships listed below and elsewhere in the scholarship section of this web site. Students should contact the department, the Office of Financial Aid, or consult the catalog for further information about the following scholarships.

Children of a Valparaiso University alumnus or alumna.

Annual amount $1,000.

Requires Satisfactory Academic Progress for scholarship renewal. Must complete undergraduate admission application. Notified with offer of admission.

Prospective or current Valpo student  who is the child or grandchild of a Valparaiso University Guild member. Applicants must demonstrate financial need, academic accomplishment, and extracurricular involvement.

One award made each year.

Requires a 2.75 GPA for scholarship renewal. Not renewable if the relative’s Guild membership lapses. Complete Guild Scholarship Application Form. Preference is given to applications received by Jan. 15. Notified at the time of admission.

Student in their junior year at Valpo who is the child or grandchild of a Valparaiso University Guild member. Applicants must demonstrate financial need, academic accomplishment, and extracurricular involvement.

$3,500 per year for two years.

Requires a 2.75 GPA for scholarship renewal. Not renewable if the relative’s Guild membership lapses. Complete Guild Scholarship Application Form. Preference is given to applications received by Jan. 15.

Entering freshmen only.

Must be the child or grandchild of a Valparaiso University Guild member. Applicants must demonstrate financial need, academic accomplishment, and extracurricular involvement.

$5,000 per year.

Requires a 2.75 GPA for scholarship renewal. Not renewable if the relative’s Guild membership lapses. Complete Guild Scholarship Application Form. Preference is given to applications received by Jan. 15. Notified with award letter.

NCAA Division I athletes at Valpo. (Football is a non-scholarship sport.)

Award amounts vary by sport.

Scholarship renewal abides by NCAA rules. Scholarships are awarded at each coach’s discretion. Notified by Athletic Department.

Indiana residents attending an Indiana high school.

Full tuition and fees for four years, plus $900 per year stipend for required books and equipment.

At Valpo, recipients of this scholarship will also receive enough additional aid to cover the costs of standard on-campus room and board. Requires Satisfactory Academic Progress for scholarship renewal.

Contact your local Lilly Community Foundation or high school guidance counselor to apply.

Award notification timelines vary. Contact your local Lilly Community Foundation with any questions.

If you are a National Merit finalist, who has not been offered any other National Merit Scholarship (corporate-sponsored, National, or another college-sponsored award), and you designate Valpo as your first-choice institution, you may be eligible for Valpo’s College-sponsored National Merit Scholarship.

If you are a National Achievement finalist, who did not receive the National Achievement scholarship from National Merit, you may be eligible for Valpo’s Achievement Scholarship.

Awards are $1,000 per year to students with no financial need, or $2,000 per year to students who demonstrate financial need.

Requires Satisfactory Academic Progress for scholarship renewal.

Note: The total value of this scholarship, plus other Valpo scholarships and awards, may not exceed the cost of full tuition.

National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) will begin mailing college-sponsored Merit Scholarships offers in May.  Please see their website for the full schedule and deadlines for all their scholarships.

Undergraduates who have declared a math major and must have a score above 100 on the AMC12 their junior year in high school.

$1,000, non-renewable.

For more information contact Ken Luther, chair of the department of mathematics and computer science, at (219) 464-5181.

Students studying abroad in Reutlingen, Germany.

$500 – $600.

Awarded by the Office of International Programs. For more information, click here.

Selected students in AFROTC program.

Up to $150,000 for tuition and fees, and a book stipend and monthly stipend.

At Valpo, recipients will also receive enough additional aid to cover the costs of standard on-campus room and board.

Scholarship renewal complies with ROTC rules. Must apply to ROTC by Dec. 1.

For more information contact the AFROTC.

Selected students in Army ROTC program.

Up to 100% of tuition and fees, and a book stipend and monthly stipend.

At Valpo, recipients will also receive enough additional aid to cover the costs of standard on-campus room and board.

Scholarship renewal complies with ROTC rules.

Must apply to ROTC by Dec. 1.Contact ArmyROTC for more information or call 1-800-UND-ARMY.

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