ScholarTrack is the one-stop shop for Indiana students’ financial aid needs. ScholarTrack guides students and families through the process of planning for, applying and maintaining their financial aid-beginning as early as middle school and continuing through college completion. For 21st Century Scholars, the 2017 ScholarTrack replaces students’ existing ScholarTrack account. For current college students, 2017 ScholarTrack replaces students’ eStudent accounts.
- Diploma Reporting (Formerly CHIPS)
The CHIPS reporting system was replaced by the new ScholarTrack system in February 2017.
- An updated form has been provided by the Commission to obtain information for students who are working toward a Core 40 with Academic Honors or Technical Honors diploma. In order for students to be eligible for any financial aid incentive, schools must report those diplomas via ScholarTrack. You only need to collect this information for students who are not already on your school roster in ScholarTrack.
- The Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship provides 200 high-achieving high school and college students interested in pursuing a career in education the opportunity to earn a renewable scholarship of up to $7,500 each year for four academic years. Students must apply through ScholarTrack, so they will need to create a full student account before they can access the application.
- New (2017) ScholarTrack
- Instructional module
- ScholarTrack Quick Guide
- ScholarTrack resources
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This post was created by Kelly Dunn on June 5, 2017.