The Indiana Freemasons are dedicated to supporting post-secondary education for their members and families. Our scholarship fund was created to help those who have a need based request first and foremost. Please help us to support this very important program by considering and donating to this very important initiative.
Who is Eligible?
Indiana Master Masons and the sons, daughters, adopted sons or daughters, stepsons or stepdaughters, and orphans of Indiana Master Masons in good standing.
Master Masons under the age of 25 may apply under their own membership if their father is not a Master Mason.
Students must maintain a full-time status (a minimum of 12 credit hours).
Regrettably, all qualified applicants cannot receive a scholarship. Selection will be based on several criteria such as financial need, leadership, moral character, community service and evidence of academic achievement.
It is our desire to aid as many students as possible, therefore, we will give priority to those who are first or second-time appliers. Except in extraordinary circumstances, an individual student will not receive more than two years of scholarship support.
How do you Apply?
Express your interest to your father who is a Master Mason in good standing. (If your father is deceased, please inform us.) Your father will be your sponsor. If you are a Master Mason please complete the application. Your sponsor may obtain a scholarship application form from his Masonic Lodge. Applications will be available in mid-January.
Study the list of colleges and universities on the back of this brochure to determine if your choice of institution of higher learning is a recognized school for a scholarship.
Note that the scholarship must be applied toward your baccalaureate education at an Indiana College or University.
The Following Colleges and Universities Will Honor your Scholarship
Ball State University
Indiana Institute of Technology
Indiana State University
Indiana University Regional Campuses IUPUI
IUPU Regional Campuses
Indiana Wesleyan University
Ivy Tech Community College
Lutheran College of Health Professions Manchester College
Mennonite Biblical Seminary
Notre Dame University
Oakland City University
Purdue University Regional Campuses Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
St. Francis College
St. Joseph’s College
St. Mary-of-the-Woods College
St. Mary’s College
University of Evansville
University of Indianapolis
University of Southern Indiana Valparaiso University
Vincennes University Regional Campuses Wabash College
Scholarship Board Office
Grand Lodge Scholarship Board, Inc.
525 North Illinois Street
P.O. Box 44215
Indianapolis, IN 46244-0125
The best way to contact us is through e-mail, as we do not maintain a full time office staff: