College of Arts and Sciences

The following scholarships are offered through the Department of Mathematical Sciences.

- Students should complete the
**IPFW Common Scholarship Application**to be considered for all available scholarships: www.ipfw.edu/scholarship-app/ - The Common Scholarship Application form will be available through your my.ipfw.edu student account, starting at the end of each fall semester and closing by March 10th.
IPFW Mathematical Sciences Department, Kettler Hall 200, 2101 E. Coliseum Blvd., Fort Wayne, IN 46805-1499, phone: 260-481-6821.**Contact:**

**Criteria**

The Maynard Mansfield Mathematics Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship supported by the Department of Mathematical Sciences. The eligibility requirement is that a student be a math major in good standing with at least 3.00 GPA in Math disciplines. Preference will be given to rising sophomores and juniors.

To be considered, you must have completed the official IPFW scholarship application.

**Criteria**

The David Legg Mathematics Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship supported by the Department of Mathematical Sciences. The eligibility requirement is that a student be a math major in good standing with at least 3.00 GPA in Math disciplines. Preference will be given to rising sophomores and juniors.

To be considered, you must have completed the official IPFW scholarship application.

**Criteria**

Student must be majoring in mathematics, either through the School of Arts and Sciences or through the School of Education (Secondary Education program). Student must have sophomore standing or above. Student must have an IPFW cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher. Awards are based on merit, rather than financial need. This scholarship is renewable to students who have received the award in the past, as long as they continue to meet all criteria listed here. A student can receive this award for a maximum of six semesters (those semesters may be consecutive or non-consecutive). Apply by Jan. 31.

**Criteria**

Student must be majoring in mathematics either through the School of Arts and Sciences or the School of Education-Secondary Education Program. Student must have achieved a sophomore class standing or above and have a 3.0 or better cumulative GPA. Preference will be given to students based on merit rather than financial need. This award is contingent on funds being available. Apply by March 4.

**Criteria**

Student must intend to and actually enroll full time at IPFW as a freshman majoring in mathematics and be admitted to IPFW by early April. Candidates must submit a letter of application, including the student's name, address, social security number, telephone number, and the name of the high school the student attended. The student should also submit a high school transcript which reflects grades received through the end of the seventh semester (middle of the senior year). In addition, two letters of recommendation from teachers who have had the student in class, including at least one mathematics teacher must be filed with the IPFW mathematical sciences department. IPFW must also receive a copy of the student's SAT or ACT scores. The student must place into MA 165 (Calculus I) on the IPFW mathematics placement test or the mathematics placement test that Purdue University administers at the student's high school. Apply by February 28.

- IPFW Financial Aid
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- FAFSA: Federal Student Aid