Scholarships of county 'Floyd' within Indiana

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American Legion Scholarship

Each year two scholarships will be awarded to students (with a GPA of 2.0 to 2.8) from Floyd Central, Graceland, New Albany, or Providence. Applicants must: - Be residents of Floyd County; their parents or guardians also must reside in Floyd County - Have a written recommendation from two faculty members. - Have a letter of acceptance from a college, university or school of training. Selection Criteria includes extra-curricular and community activities and quality of completed application.

Reisert Scholarship Program

Honoring a founding board member, public servant, and community philanthropist was accomplished with the establishment of the Dr. John E. Reisert Scholarship at Indiana University Southeast. Awarded annually, the four year, full-tuition scholarship benefits a non-traditional student. The $20,000 scholarship is awarded annually to a full time non-traditional student, who is active in the community and maintains a minimum GPA of 2.5.For a scholarship application, contact the IU Southeast Office of Financial Aid.