Scholarship makes an impact
David Alegre (BSIS) was the inaugural recipient of the CNH Industrial Information Sciences Scholarship, which supports continuing BS in information sciences students who have financial need.
At the iSchool, we are committed to supporting the financial needs of our students through scholarships and resources that address your unique situation and challenges.
Tuition and fees are direct costs charged by the university. The cost of attendance also includes indirect cost allowances for food, housing, books, supplies and other expenses. You will not be billed by the university for these costs unless you live in university housing. Use the Illinois Cost Calculator for an estimated cost of attendance.
The information from your application is used to determine your level of financial aid as well as scholarship support. To be considered for any need-based scholarships, a FAFSA must be completed.
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Scholarships: Outlines the types of available scholarships
Illinois iSchool undergraduate students have access to various scholarships and types of aid.
These scholarships were created with funds donated by iSchool alumni and friends, as outlined on our Give a Gift page. Typically, two or three are available each semester.
The CNH Industrial Scholarship (one available each year) is awarded in the fall. CNH Industrial is a global leader in the capital goods sector. Through its various businesses, CNH Industrial designs, produces, and sells agricultural and construction equipment, trucks, commercial vehicles, buses, and specialty vehicles and owns a broad portfolio of powertrain applications. Present in all major markets worldwide, CNH Industrial is focused on expanding its presence in high-growth markets, including through joint ventures.
iSchool Scholarship applications are typically due early in the semester. Prior to this time, students will receive an email outlining how to apply for iSchool scholarships. You must be an iSchool undergraduate student in good academic standing to be considered; for dual-degree students, preference is given to those with the iSchool as their primary college.
The scholarship selection process is typically based on the following criteria: