Scholarship Applications are Now Available

Scholarship applications are now available for scholarships administered by The Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County. High school seniors and current college students should visit cfmdin.org/apply-for-scholarships to view available scholarships and access the online scholarship software. The deadline to apply for scholarships is March 1, 2020. Students will be notified about scholarship awards by the end of April.

The Community Foundation administers scholarships to support post-secondary education. Community-minded donors established the 51 scholarship funds and set the criteria for the awards. Scholarships are awarded to students participating in a variety of activities, with a wide range of grade-point averages, from schools across Delaware County. Awards vary by scholarship.

The Community Foundation utilizes an online scholarship application software. After completing an initial questionnaire, applicants will be directed to complete additional requirements to apply for the scholarships for which they are eligible. Additionally, applicants are encouraged to review the Foundation’s scholarship guide, available on the website, before completing their applications.

High school students applying for scholarships should contact their school counselor for more details. For help with the online scholarship software, email scholarships@cfmdin.org.


The Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County, Inc. encourages philanthropy by managing a permanent community endowment built by donations from individuals, businesses, and corporations. Using earnings on the endowment, The Foundation distributes grants to nonprofit organizations, including scholarships to support post-secondary education. Since 1985, the Foundation has awarded more than $53 million to enhance the quality of life of the residents of Muncie and Delaware County.

Apply for Scholarships

The Community Foundation offers scholarships for students pursuing post-secondary education. Scholarships are available for high school and college students.