The following awards are available to ABEH students. We encourage our students to pursue these and other funding opportunities to help support their academic pursuits.
ABEH summer study scholarship
The Program in Animal Behavior awards two summer study scholarships up to $750 each year to outstanding Animal Behavior majors at IU Bloomington to help defray costs of travel and fees for summer field courses, internships, or research experiences in fields relevant to the study of animal behavior.Learn more about ABEH scholarships
Alex Black Memorial Scholarship
Established by Alex’s family to honor her memory, the Alex Black Memorial Scholarship helps to support students in the Animal Behavior program while they complete summer internships.
ABEH Undergraduate Travel Awards
ABEH may award up to $750 to a student to present their research at a national or international meeting at any time of the year, or to partcipate in short courses, internships, or research experiences over Winter or Spring Breaks.
Charles H. Turner Program for Undergraduates
This program offers travel funding to participate in a workshop and mentorship program at the annual meeting of the Animal Behavior Society.
More scholarship support in the College of Arts + Sciences
The College of Arts and Sciences, of which Animal Behavior is a part, offers more than 350 scholarships and awards to students. Incoming students who are directly admitted to the College of Arts and Sciences with Animal Behavior as their intended major may be eligible for a number of merit-based scholarships within the College.
High achieving students may also be recognized for Academic Excellence in the College of Arts and Sciences, or be eligible for admission to the Hutton Honors College.
Indiana University also offers many resources to help you fund your education. Visit the Office of Scholarships website for information on these and other opportunities.