Fell Hall 214
Campus Box 2320
Normal, IL 61790-2320
Illinois State awards highly competitive, merit-based scholarships to new students with exceptional academic talent. Qualified students who submit all required admissions materials during the preferred application filing period will be invited to apply. Learn more...
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The Scholarship Resource Office can help you find scholarships available to Illinois State students. Our helpful, knowledgeable staff can answer any questions you have about the scholarship process. You can also use our new ScholarshipFinder to search for scholarships available at Illinois State.
The Friends of Donna Mauk Memorial Scholarship was established by Ed Warshaw and friends in May 2009. This scholarship is intended to help students who have lost a parent to cancer or are battling or survived cancer themselves. Donna Mauk lost her life to cancer in 2008. Although never a student at Illinois State University (ISU), she shared her life with an ISU grad (Steve Mauk, ‘79), and many of Donna’s friends were ISU alumni. For more details, please review the scholarship application. The application deadline is June 3, 2013.
The Class of 1985 and Class of 1986 Scholarships seek to acknowledge a student’s commitment to the Illinois State University campus and community through involvement inISU campus activities and demonstrated leadership.
Illinois State University Credit Union values the partnership with Illinois State University and its members. This scholarship was established as a way to give back to loyal credit union members or dependents of members who are pursuing an education at Illinois State University.
There are two categories of scholarships: need-based and merit-based. A total of five, $1,000 scholarships will be awarded each semester to students meeting the criteria specified below. Payment will be made on behalf of the recipient to the Illinois State University Scholarship Resource Office. The Illinois State University Credit Union Member Scholarship is renewable once. The scholarships are available to all students regardless of age, race, sex, or program of study.
The completed application must be submitted by June 1, 2013. Return it to: Scholarship Resource Office at Illinois State University, Campus Box 2320, Normal, IL 61790-2320. Applications may also be turned in to the Scholarship Resource Office, Room 214 Fell Hall.
Applications are now available.