Students admitted to HHSP may receive funding from three sources. Each funding source has its own set of eligibility criteria. First, every HHSP student receives the HHSP scholarship. Second, some HHSP students are eligible for the HHSP promise award. Third, students may also receive funding from academic units that partner with HHSP.
Every HHSP student pursuing a bachelor’s degree at IU receives the HHSP Scholarship, which is allocated on a yearly basis for up to four years (or eight consecutive semesters). The scholarship is $6,000 per year, but the renewal amount is conditional on performance. A student must maintain a cumulative 3.00 GPA and complete the program’s L.E.A.D. requirements at the end of each semester to renew the award at the full amount. The renewal amounts are described in the table below.
Students are eligible for eight consecutive semesters of the HHSP award. This implies that students who pause their studies at IU may lose eligibility for the HHSP scholarship. Students who withdraw or transfer from IU for no more than two semesters may request reinstatement into HHSP. Other circumstances may be considered on a case-by-case basis.
HHSP Promise Award
The Hudson & Holland Promise award is a need-based grant for Indiana residents that pays the balance of your tuition and mandatory fees that are not covered by the Hudson & Holland Scholarship or other types of gift aid.
To be eligible for the Hudson & Holland Promise Award, you must:
- Be classified as an Indiana resident who is an undergraduate
- Be an incoming freshman or the recipient of a Hudson & Holland Promise Award the year prior
- Enroll full time (12 credit hours or more)
- Demonstrate enough unmet need to accommodate the Hudson & Holland Promise Award
- Complete the FAFSA by April 15th
For more information, go to Student Central
Hudson & Holland scholars with certain majors may be eligible for additional funding from their degree-granting schools. Below is a list of partnering IU schools and scholarship amounts. Please note, only scholars who are in “good standing” with Hudson & Holland by maintaining the requisite cumulative 3.0 GPA and have met certification requirements or are a direct admit into their program are eligible for these partnership scholarships. Other applications, deadlines, and award renewal requirements may apply.