Gift Aid1 By Source and Award Category
Southeast - 2015-16
Federal Amount 1-yr % Change 5-yr % Change Undupl Recipients 1-yr % Change 5-yr % Change Recipients as % of All Students
Total Federal Gift Aid $9,503,860 -7% -10% 2,489 -9% -18% 32%
Pell Grants $8,717,077 -8% -16% 2,374 -9% -19% 31%
SEOG Grants $114,580 16% < .5% 284 40% 23% 4%
ACG/SMART Grants $0 n/a 0 n/a
Veterans Benefits6 $619,185 -1% 1078% 135 -13% 137% 2%
Undergraduate Scholarships $0 0
Grad/Prof Fellowships $5,600 -10% -81% ** -13% -70% < .5%
Other Gift Aid4 $47,418 31% 194% 22 38% 100% < .5%
State of Indiana
Total State Gift Aid $4,781,902 2% 4% 1,219 -8% -18% 16%
21st Century Scholar Awards $2,463,186 18% 168% 418 12% 28% 5%
O'Bannon Higher Education Awards $1,381,527 -14% -49% 492 -18% -58% 6%
Vocational Rehabilitation $102,269 -24% -29% 41 -23% -34% 1%
Other Undergraduate Scholarships2 $26,000 -17% 189% ** < .5% 14% < .5%
Grad/Prof Fellowships $0 0
Other Gift Aid3 $808,920 -4% < .5% 273 -11% 39% 4%
IU 
Total IU Gift Aid $1,904,040 4% -5% 1,775 63% 23% 23%
Faculty/Staff Tuition Benefit $158,850 -1% 16% 91 -6% 10% 1%
Undergraduate Athletic Scholarships $157,250 18% 51% 87 4% -1% 1%
Other Undergraduate Scholarships $1,494,017 4% 25% 1,608 77% 134% 21%
Undergraduate Need-based Grants5 $29,642 -29% -93% 38 124% -94% < .5%
Grad/Prof Fellowships $57,973 -2% 185% 41 -15% 193% 1%
Other Gift Aid4 $6,308 17% -95% ** -18% -93% < .5%
Private $1,505,887 5% -17% 691 1% -12% 9%
1 These figures include IU students who were enrolled at fall, spring or summer census; enrolled for the fall, spring or summer as of a final-year snapshot; or received an IU degree between September 1 and August 31 of the aid year.  All figures include both degree-seeking and non-degree students with gift aid.
2 "Other" state undergraduate scholarships include Mitch Daniels Scholarships, Nursing Scholarships, scholarships for minority and special education teachers, and scholarships for occupational and physical therapy students.
3 "Other" state gift aid includes CVO awards for children of veterans and public safety officers, and funding for active Indiana National Guard members.
4 "Other" federal and IU gift aid includes primarily fee remissions.  However, fee remits that are associated with a particular scholarship program are included under scholarships above.
5  Undergraduate need-based grants generally meet a portion of a student's unmet financial need and may be reduced if a student receives other aid.  These are generally funded from IU general funds or other funding sources like royalties.  An example is the IU Southeast 21st Century Scholars Supplemental Grant and University Grant.  In contrast, undergraduate scholarships generally have a fixed award amount and may be funded from endowed funds, as well as other IU sources.
6 Due to the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), most federal veterans education benefits are no longer entered on students' records, effective fall 2009.  As a result, figures for 2009-10 and subsequent years are not comparable with data reported for previous years.
7 The federal guidelines providing increased annual "year-round " Pell Grant funds to students ended at the end of 2010-11.
**Cell contains 10 or fewer students