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Updated April 2, 2020
Given the current COVID 19 situation in our state and nation and the uncertainty about improvements, all programs and events are canceled, postponed, or changed to virtual participation until July 31, 2020. This does include all IU-sponsored on-campus, third-party on-campus, and IU-sponsored off-campus conferences, workshops, camps, events, and symposia scheduled to be in-person. We will continue to monitor the rapidly changing situation with the novel coronavirus COVID-19 and post updates regarding future events, programs, and services, and any necessary schedule changes on our website.
Keep up-to-date with COVID-19 announcements from IU here.
The Groups Scholars Program was created as a way to increase college attendance among first-generation, underrepresented students at Indiana University. The program provides academic, financial, and social support to help students attain a bachelor's degree at Indiana University.
60%Of Groups Scholars also are 21st Century Scholars
97%Completion rate of Groups Scholars in 2014 summer program
Students who wish to attend Indiana University and become a Groups Scholar must fulfill the requirements and also be recommended by one of many recommenders throughout the state at various high schools or community agencies.