Southern Indiana High School Senior

The University of Louisville offers many scholarships to Indiana residents pursuing an undergraduate degree. Preference will be given to students residing in the reciprocal counties (Clark, Crawford, Floyd, Harrison, Perry, Scott, or Washington) unless otherwise stated.

Students who want to be considered for either the guaranteed or competitive scholarships must have all admission documents on file by January 15. Admissions documents include: application for admission, $50 non-refundable processing fee, high school transcript, official ACT or SAT scores.

Southern Indiana Scholarship
Amount ranges from $2,500 to full tuition.

          • 26 ACT or 1170 SAT (CR + M) and 3.35 GPA
          • U.S. citizen or permanent resident

          • 2013 high school graduate

          • IN reciprocity counties (Clark, Crawford, Floyd, Harrison, Washington, or Scott) residents

Brown Fellows
Full tuition, room and board, plus a stipend for books. The program also includes a leadership retreat and local service activity; international travel as a group; and funding for individual enrichment opportunities. - 31 ACT or 1360 SAT (CR+M) and 3.5 GPA. Kentucky residents and non-residents may apply.

        • 10 awards given each year
        • Two letters of recommendation
        • Résumé
        • One essay -  Brown Fellows Program individual enrichment experiences typically occur in the summers following the sophomore and junior years.  Fellows work with program and faculty mentors to develop an enhanced academic experience consisting of individual study, research, community service, or some combination of activities.  If you were selected as a Brown Fellow, what would you be interested in pursuing for these individual enrichment experiences?  Where would you want to go?  Why?
        • Deadline to apply: January 15
        • For more information, click here

Please note: Southern Indiana students are also eligible to apply for the Grawemeyer Scholarship, the Eagle/Gold Scout Scholarship, and the National Merit Scholarships.

Grawemeyer Scholarship

Grawemeyer Scholarship: full in-state tuition, plus stipend for room, board, and books ($6,500 in 2010). Recipients will also receive an opportunity for undergraduate research. - 31 ACT or 1360 SAT (CR + M) and 3.75 GPA. The deadline to apply is January 15.

  • Two essays - Short essay describing a potential undergraduate research project and a 700 word essay on a previous Grawmeyer Award winner. Click here to view previous Grawemeyer winners.
  • Letter of recommendation - teacher
  • Letter of recommendation - non-family adult
  • 10 awards given each year