The need for knowledge reaches well beyond the individual and family to the future of Indiana. A highly skilled, technologically literate workforce is essential to expanding new jobs in business and industry, generating increased personal income and the creating a better qualify of life.
These realities require an education system where the vast majority of students realize that a high school diploma is simply not enough and more education is essential to their futures.
Indiana offers a variety of financial aid programs such as grants, scholarships, and other awards for students who want to further their education beyond high school:
To qualify for federal and other sources of financial aid, you must file the FAFSA. To ensure priority consideration for Indiana state scholarships and grants, your FAFSA must be submitted online or postmarked by March 10.
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