Scholarships and Grants


IBCS StudentsFinancial Aid is available in three basic categories:

  • Federal Grant
  • Institutional Scholarships
  • Federal Student Loans

Federal Grants and Institutional Scholarships offer aid that generally does not have to be paid back. Exceptions may result if a student revises credit hour enrollment or withdraws from all classes. Federal grants are awarded on the basis of need as verified by the FAFSA and Department of Education guidelines.

QUICK LINKS

Scholarships


All IBCS institutional scholarships are subject to fund availability and to administrative approval. All students interested in institutional financial aid must complete their FAFSA and any required IBCS Scholarship Applications. IBCS scholarship applications should be submitted to the Financial Aid Office by the July 1st deadline date. Generally, students receive the greatest scholarship available to them, and most scholarship awards do not accumulate. For additional details contact the IBCS Financial Aid Office.

For a list of available scholarships, please click the link below.

Scholarship List

Grants


Students are encouraged to submit their yearly FAFSA early. The new FAFSA is available each year on October 1st.

PELL Grants
  • Must submit FAFSA and complete required verification
  • Award amount based on financial need, credit hours
  • Must be undergraduate degree-seeking student
  • Maintain satisfactory academic progress (SAP)
Various; amount to be determined by Federal guidelines
For more information, contact the IBCS Financial Aid Office.
Click here for more information.
FSEOG Grants
  • Pell eligible
  • Must submit FAFSA and required verification paperwork before drop/add
Amount Variable
Click here for more information.
Veterans Benefits
  • Veteran or other eligible person to receive benefits under the provision Title 38, United States Code
  • GI Bill TM , Post 9/11 GI Bill TM , Tuition Assistance
 Click here for more information.
CARES Act
  • Funded through Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) CARES Act
  • Must have completed 19-20 FAFSA and required verification
  • Must have been enrolled in on-campus classes for the purposes of receiving credit
 Click here for more information about the student portion.

Click here for more information about the institutional portion.