Alex Black Memorial Scholarship Instructions:
The Alex Black Memorial Scholarship was established by Alex’s family to honor Alex’s memory and helps to support students in the Animal Behavior program while they complete summer internships.
Two $2500 scholarships are awarded per year, and all students pursuing a B.S. degree in Animal Behavior are eligible to apply. Although recipients may not have graduated, they do not necessarily need to enroll for summer credits at IU to receive the scholarship.
The criteria for selecting awardees will include their academic record, background and interest in the study of animal behavior, and the value of the proposed experience in the student’s study of animal behavior. Awardees will be expected to use funds from the scholarship to help defray costs of travel, fees, and /or room and board for summer internships and must provide documentation of those costs and of acceptance/enrollment in the internship to receive the award. Awards will be disbursed via the student’s bursar account.
To apply, you will need to submit a completed application and request a letter of recommendation from a faculty member. Applicants must be declared Animal Behavior majors with a GPA greater than 2.0 to be eligible.
Important Advice for Students who have existing scholarships, grants, or aid packages
Some scholarship, fellowship, and grant agencies stipulate that you cannot accept aid from other sources while their funding is in effect. Investigate this carefully before applying for this award. Otherwise, you might risk losing your original funding or having your award amount reduced.
Contact Student Central or Union for financial aid advice if you think this might be an issue (Phone: 812-855-6500; email: firstname.lastname@example.org; http://studentcentral.indiana.edu/financial-aid/index.shtml)
To apply, click on the link below to access the IU Scholarships application. Once there, search for IUB-Alex Black Memorial Scholarship to get started.