Students and high schools can learn more about earning cash for college below.
As in previous years, the Cash for College campaign will feature fun contests for students and a challenge grant opportunity for K-12 schools. All entries will be due March 10, 2015.
K-12 Student Contest
Pay for college by winning money for college - win, win! Students in grades K-5 will complete an activity. All winners will receive $529 for college in an Indiana CollegeChoice 529 Savings Plan!
- 2015 Cash for College Contest Entry Form Grades K-5
- 2015 Cash for College Contest Entry Form Grades 6-12
College Success Grant
High schools across the state are invited to tell Learn More Indiana how they are increasing students’ financial aid literacy and helping them understand college costs (especially by filing the FAFSA). Three winning schools will receive $1,000 towards programming about paying for college in the 2015-16 school year.
The official grant application must be received by March 10, 2015.
- 2015 Cash for College Challenge Grant Application Grades K-8
- 2015 Cash for College Challenge Grant Application High Schools
Download our grant application, and email the completed and signed form to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 10, 2015. Please see the grant application for more details.
Congratulate our 2013-14 Student Contest Winners
Congratulations to our 2014 Cash for College winners! They will each receive $529 in a CollegeChoice 529 Savings Plan for college expenses. Check out their winning entry forms below:
- Kindergartner Morgan from Wallace School of Integrated Arts
- First grader Kian from White Lick Elementary School
- Second grader Lilyan from West Noble Elementary School
- Third grader Nick from Springs Valley Elementary School
- Fourth grader Lukas from Dixie Bee Elementary School
- Fifth grader Gretta from Bradie Shrum Upper Elementary School
- Sixth grader Isaiah from Merrillville Intermediate School
- Seventh grader Benjamin from Goshen Middle School
- Eighth grader Gretchen from Washington Jr. High School
- Ninth grader Eric from Hanover Central High School
- Tenth grader Mallary from Greencastle High School
- Eleventh grader Rebecca from Greencastle High School
- Twelfth grader Amy from Eastern Greene High School