Don Quijote Scholarship
Be a student enrolled and in good standing in a high school or undergraduate degree program at the time of application;
- Be a resident of Porter County, Indiana;
- Be accepted or approved to participate in a language/cultural enrichment travel program in a Spanish speaking country;
- Have a C+ grade point average (equivalent to a 2.3 on a 4.0 GPA scale);
- Be willing to share their experiences with members of the Board of the Don Quijote Spanish Education Fund upon returning to the Board Meeting with a two minute video featuring trip highlights
Fill out the application at this link.
**Application deadline is February, 24, 2020
Polish Heritage Scholarship
The Polish Heritage Association of Michigan City was established in November 2011 to increase awareness of Polish and Polish-American heritage. The Association organizes the annual Polish Heritage Festival at the Friendship Botanic Gardens (formerly the International Friendship Gardens) in Michigan City, tends the Polish Garden at the Gardens, offers an annual scholarship competition, and contributes an annual gift to a charity such as a local homeless shelter.
It is also currently engaged in restoring the Ignacy Jan Paderewski bust scheduled for unveiling in Spring 2018 at the Polish Garden in the Friendship Botanic Gardens (formerly the International Friendship Gardens).
Purpose: The goal of The Polish Heritage Association of Michigan City scholarship program is to support students pursuing their education at the high school or college level and to raise awareness about Poland, Poles and Polish Americans.
Award: Applicants are eligible for 1st Place ($1,000), 2nd Place ($500), or 3rd Place ($100) awards.
Eligibility: Open to any high school or college student legally residing in Northwest Indiana (Lake, Porter, LaPorte, Starke, St. Joseph Counties). Applicants do not need to be of Polish ancestry.
Applicants should submit an essay of no more than three pages if single-spaced and six pages if double-spaced on the topic of:
Applicants must supply a complete application form.
Applications should be submitted electronically to Prof. Janusz Duzinkiewicz at firstname.lastname@example.org to be announced.
**Essay entry form will be available in the Department of Modern Languages.
Rotary seeks out students who are prepared for the challenge of serving as ambassadors of outstanding goodwill. Scholarship is for Summer Study Abroad Programs.
**Applications are available in the Department of Modern Languages.
**Application deadline is December 24, 2020.
The RewardExpert Study Abroad Scholarship is established to help students to pursue their higher education in new countries
The scholarship is designed to assist with the cost of tuition, travel expenses, room, or board for students pursuing study abroad opportunities.
Two $1,000 scholarships will be awarded annually to deserving students who are attending an accredited 2- or 4-year college within the United States of America.
Click here to apply: Reward Expert
IUN Foreign Studies Scholarship
Provides scholarships to students at IUN who have completed at least 45 credit hours and have exhibited excellence in a modern foreign language. Candidates for the Scholarship shall have been accepted by a foreign studies program sponsored by Indiana University, and have the written support of at least one faculty member at IUN. Application may be made at any time
in the semester before a student’s foreign study. Application will comprise a letter requesting such scholarship assistance, accompanied by supporting documentation and submitted to the office of the Chairman of the Department of Modern Foreign Languages at IUN. The IUN Scholarship and Financial Aid Committee will review applications and make recommendations to the Chancellor, who will notify recipients of the award. Scholarships may be awarded for summer study as well as for regular semester or academic year study. Recipients will receive the Scholarship monies one month before their departure for foreign study. The amount of the Scholarship will be determined by the IUN Scholarship and Financial Aid Committee, but in no case shall it exceed the amount of funds available for distribution.
William J. & Pamela A. Lowe Study Abroad Scholarship
Supports undergraduate scholarships for students enrolled in an IU-approved, credit-bearing study abroad program sponsored by IU Northwest or any other Indiana University campus. Preference will be given to students with a GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. The Scholarship is not renewable.
Pam Meyer Yttri Scholarship
Support undergraduate scholarships for students enrolled in an IU-approved, credit-bearing study abroad program sponsored by IU Northwest or any other Indiana University campus. Preference will be given to students with a minimum GPA of a 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. The Scholarship is not renewable. The number, amount, and recipients of the Scholarship will be determined by the Scholarship Committee of IU Northwest.
**Please also apply to the IUN Campus Wide Application which is open NOW
and closes March 10th of the following year. Click here for IUN Campus Wide Application.