A Community of Scholars

The Hudson & Holland Scholars Program (HHSP) is a scholarship and support program for high-achieving students from communities historically excluded due to race and ethnicity. View your financial aid in One.IU to see details of your particular awards—and check back for updates throughout the spring. This community of talented scholars is among the best and brightest students at Indiana University, whose presence and contributions embody the program’s core values of leadership, engagement, academics, and diversity.

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Honoring Dr. Herman C. Hudson’s 100th Birthday

As one of the first African American leaders at Indiana University, few individuals have made a more powerful impact on the institution’s academic environment than Hudson.

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I plan to attend law school, all because HHSP organized a visit to the law school and I realized I loved it. HHSP has been the one organization that has always been there for me, in many ways, and I am forever grateful.

Arantxa Recarte, Class of 2020

$10.2 millionAwarded to Hudson & Holland Scholars in 2018

3.50average GPA for close to half of scholars

2,100enrolled students make Hudson & Holland Scholars Program the largest merit-based scholarship program at IU

Scholar Spotlight

Miryea IxChel Cisneros

Making STEM successful

Since my freshman year I have been part of an organization called STEM Outreach.

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Spandan Garg

Accounting for the Future

Involvement within the community is key to growing as a person and student.

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