Academic Support

21st Century Scholars Program Fund

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Gifts to the 21st Century Scholars Program Fund will be used to support the needs of the 21st Century Scholars Program on the IU Bloomington campus. Your gift will help further the academic, professional, and personal development of 21st Century Scholars, supporting their pursuit of excellence at IU.

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Groups Program Scholarship

This account supports the mission and general needs of the Groups Scholars Program, including student awards, and other reasonable and customary expenses that best serve the program.

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Hudson & Holland Scholarship

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Gifts to this account support undergraduate scholarships for students in the Hudson & Holland Scholars Program. Because, as part of its mission, Indiana University is committed to diversity, special consideration will be given to underrepresented populations including, but not limited to, financially challenged students and/or students with diverse cultural experiences. For this scholarship, there is a preference for African American male students.

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Wilma A. and Charles E. Harry, IV Family Scholarship

Charles and Wilma Harry both received their undergraduate and graduate degrees from Indiana University. Charles received his Bachelor of Arts degree in History in 1956 and his Master of Science degree in Education in 1957, while Wilma received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Science in 1956 and her Master of Arts in Social Science degree in 1960.

A scholarship account has been established in honor of Wilma A. and Charles E. Harry by their daughters, Jill Harry Rahman and Janet Harry. The Wilma A. and Charles E. Harry Family Scholarship will support a minimum two annual scholarships for students in the Hudson & Holland Scholars Program, with a preference for African American students pursuing degrees in the School of Education of the School of Social Work.

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