Financial Aid and Scholarships
ScholarshipsAbout School of Public Health Scholarships
The School of Public Health (formerly the School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation) would like to thank its donors for their support of our students through the establishment of privately-funded scholarships.
What follows is background information on these donor-funded scholarships awarded to School of Public Health students. For information on how you can help support School of Public Health scholarships, please contact Natalie Kubat, Director of Donor and Alumni Relations in the Office of Development and Communications, at 812.855.7891 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about the 2014-2015 application process please see the Scholarship Application Information Page.
A number of scholarships are available to current students enrolled in the School of Public Health-Bloomington.
- Academic and Extracurricular Excellence Scholarship
- Aquatics Institute Scholarship
- Archie M. and Eleanor Williamson Koon Scholarship
- Bradford Woods Outdoor Education Center Research Scholarship
- Carter Littell Memorial Scholarship
- Cooper Scholarship
- Crane Fund for Widows and Children Scholarship
- Curtis R. Simic Scholarship
- Dale W. Evans Scholarship
- Davies, Jones and Mosely Scholarship
- Donald Ludwig Scholarship
- Dr. Anita Aldrich Research Fellowship Award
- Edna F. Munro Scholarship
- Frank Family Scholarship for Sports Medicine
- Gallahue-Morris Research Scholarship
- Garrett G. Eppley Scholarship
- Hal Morris Research Scholarship
- Harry Dippold Scholarship
- Hronek Family Scholarship in Recreation, Park, and Tourism Studies
- Hurst-Schlafer Scholarship
- Impact Scholarship
- IU Executive Development Program Scholarship
- James W. Crowe Award
- Jane Fox Dance Scholarship
- J.K. Rash Scholarship
- Joan Weinberg Wolf Scholarship for Dietetics
- John Andrew Jarboe Memorial Scholarship
- John R. Endwright Scholarship
- Joyce F. Arthur Scholarship in Applied Health Science
- Kate C. Remley Memorial Scholarship
- Kathryn Mack McDonald Public Health Scholarship
- Leroy "Bud" Getchell Scholarship
- Lohrmann Family Fellowship
- Lucile M. Swift - Mona M. Russell Scholarship
- Lyle and Evelyn Beaver General Recreational Trust
- Margaret Seberger Scholarship
- Marjorie P. Phillips Scholarship
- Martilu Puthoff Scholarship
- Mohammad R. Torabi Scholarship
- Namaste Health Behavior Doctoral Fellowship
- Nancy Friedman Memorial Scholarship
- Opal G. Conrad Nutrition Scholarship
- Pantaleoni Scholarship
- Pay It Forward Scholarship
- Ron Hall Scholarship
- Ruth Mary Griswold Scholarship
- Ruth V. Russell Humanitarian Scholarship
- Ryan White Legacy Scholarship
- School of Public Health-Bloomington Alumni Board Scholarship
- Spike Dixon Athletic Training Scholarship
- Summer Camp Leadership Award
- Updyke/President's Challenge Fellowship
- Vaught Family Undergraduate Scholarship
- W.W. Patty Scholarship
Campus Recreational Sports
Campus Recreational Sports offers several scholarships and awards to its employees and participants. Students cannot apply for these scholarships online. For more information on these awards, please visit the Campus Recreational Sports web site.
Matching the Promise Scholarships
The School of Public Health currently offers three Matching the Promise Scholarships. These scholarships are awarded to incoming freshmen who are directly admitted to the School of Public Health and are renewable up to four years, provided the student continues to meet the criteria established by each scholarship.
Margaret Gary Sutter Endowed Scholarship
This scholarship was created by Margaret G. Sutter who wishes to support students’ academic growth and success. It is awarded to undergraduate students studying Nutrition Science or Dietetics within the Department of Applied Health Science. Students must demonstrate academic excellence as demonstrated by a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4 point scale and preference is given to those in financial need.
Richard D. Spear Memorial Scholarship
Created by Beverly Spear, this scholarship to honors the memory of her husband, Richard D. Spear, and celebrates their time spent at Indiana University and his four degrees from the School of Public Health, when it was known as the School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation. The Scholarship is given to support an incoming freshman. The scholarship is used to support an incoming freshman enrolled who has a 3.0 GPA, record of extracurricular and community activities, and can maintain a 2.75 GPA for the length of their enrollment as an undergraduate in the School.
Walter Jamieson Memorial Fellowship
This scholarship was created in honor of Walter Jamieson by Lynn Jamieson and Stephen Wolter. Walter Jamieson served the city of Paterson, New Jersey as an active and honored commissioner of the Paterson Park Commission for 20 years. He demonstrated extraordinary commitment to city youth, youth at risk, and recreational sports as intervention and youth development. The scholarship is given to a first year master’s level student studying in the Department of Recreation, Park, and Tourism Studies who has demonstrated a commitment to youth with priority given to those who possess primary interest and experience in recreational sports, public recreation, parks management, and outdoor programs. The recipient shall maintain at least a 3.5 GPA on a 4.0 GPA.