Scholarships and Financial Aid
Helping you pay for school and other learning opportunities
The College of Human Sciences and its programs offer approximately $800,000 in scholarships each year. When you complete the online CHS application, the college works to match you to the correct scholarship based on the criteria of each of the 100+ scholarship funds.
Submitting a complete CHS scholarship application and any additional materials it recommends automatically ensures you will be considered for department- or school-level scholarships. You may also consider applying for university-level scholarships and external scholarships.
The College of Human Sciences uses one online application to gather your information and consider you for appropriate scholarships from our pool of more than 100 scholarship funds.
The online scholarship application for CHS undergraduates (incoming freshmen, transfer, and current students) is now available.
Graduate students can visit the graduate student scholarship page for electronic application documents for CHS scholarships.
Other scholarships are available for students in special circumstances. These must be applied for separately:
Undergraduate students presenting at national/international professional conferences
College/departmental scholarships only
The CHS application covers college-level and department-level scholarships only. Completing this application will not submit you for university-level financial aid. Please apply separately for ISU (university-level) scholarships below.
You are considered for department- or school-level scholarships when you complete the CHS application form.
Some departments have lists of their own department scholarships available on their websites:
Scholarship resources available outside of ISU:
State of Iowa resources for financial aid:
Federal resources for financial aid:
College of Human Sciences Dean's Office | E262 Lagomarcino Hall, Ames, Iowa 50011-3191 | Phone: (515) 294-7800, Fax: (515) 294-7802 email@example.com
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