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View this video for an overview of the Indiana Connected by 25 ETV Program

Important Reminders:

Spring 2015 application ends on
April 27, 2015.

Summer 2015 application opens
May 1, 2015.

Circle City Classic® Scholarship Graduating Indiana high school seniors, and Hoosier undergraduate students already enrolled at the post-secondary level, are invited to apply for the 2015 Circle City Classic® Scholarship presented by Indiana Black Expo, Inc.

This year the application deadline is April 14, 2015. Students may submit their applications on line at: http://bit.ly/CCCScholarship. Please prepare the following items for submission online:

  1. Fully completed application
  2. One page Personal Statement Essay, including Participation in Extra Curricular Activities/Community Service
  3. Official Transcript or GED Certificate with SAT/ACT Scores
  4. Two Personal Impartial Letters of Reference
  5. Completed FAFSA Form
  6. College Acceptance Letter (for HS Students)

How can I check my application status?

Three ways to check the status of your application:

  • Login --> Hover over Apply/Renew --> click Check My Status
  • Locate your weekly update email in your email box from your ETV Specialist
  • Call or email your ETV specialist and request an update


ETV Program

Student Ambassadors 2014-2015

- Central Region -

Natalie B
Ivy-Tech Community College

Elizabeth M
Indiana University Purdue University of Indianapolis -IUPUI-Nina Scholar

- Northeast Region -

Aliceson J
Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne

Moria L
Ball State University

- Northwest Region -

Shante' H
Ivy-Technical Community College

Michael H
Purdue University Calumet- PUC

- South Region -

Tashia R
Indiana University- IU GROUPS


About the ETV program

ETV is a federally-funded, state-administered program providing academic and financial support to current and former foster youth to use for costs incurred in attending postsecondary education or vocational/technical training. Eligible students can be awarded up to $5,000 per academic year and must initially apply and receive ETV funds before the 21st birthday. The funds may be accessed until the student's 23rd birthday as long as the qualification requirements are met.

How To Apply For ETV

Applicants must initially register by creating a user ID and password for the ETV website. This ID and password should be placed somewhere easily attainable as it will be required each time the online application is accessed. After logging in, click on 'Apply/Renew' to fill out or edit the application; when completed click on 'submit' at the bottom of the page.

Print the Cashier's Statement and Financial Aid Release Form from the 'Forms' section on the ETV website, fill out the top section 'Student Information,' then request the appropriate school office fill out the remaining portions and fax to the Indiana ETV office as instructed at the bottom of the each form. Print the Participation Agreement and read, sign, and date this document, then submit it to the ETV Program as instructed at the bottom of the form; this is only required one time while receiving this financial support.

Request an official transcript be sent to the ETV office from your school's Registrar's Office; an unofficial transcript is acceptable subsequent semesters/terms during the same academic year. Submit any other supporting documents based on the funding choice.

NOTE: Applications are processed on a first come, first serve basis and completion of the ETV application does not guarantee funding. All funding is contingent on the availability of funds.

Renewing ETV - Previously funded students

Each semester/term that ETV funds are requested, the entire application process must be completed. To continue funding, recipients must submit an updated online application, Cashier's Statement, and Financial Aid Release Statement for the upcoming semester/term; an official transcript must also be submitted (unofficial transcript is acceptable only if an official transcript is on file for the current academic year).

All completed documents must be received by the ETV office before funds can be determined and disbursed. Be sure to check your status online or call the office to confirm all information has been received.