Amateur Radio Association Scholarship
2016 Winner - TANNER THOMPSON, KC9JOC,
of Zionsville, IN
2015 Winner - KATRINA SOTAK, KD9BHW,
of Terre Haute, IN
2014 Winner - JAMES R. LITHGOW, KC9LXT
of Schaumburg, IL
2013 Winner - JORDAN
HOOVER, KC9PXM, Student at Notre Dame
Endowed through the generosity of Indianapolis Amateur Radio Association, this
fund is intended to provide funding for the educational expenses of a young
Amateur Radio operator who is pursuing higher education.
The Indianapolis Amateur Radio Association Scholarship Fund will be administered
by the ARRL Foundation. Applicants must hold an active FCC-issued Amateur
Preference will be given to applicants from the state of Indiana. If no
qualified applicant is identified, preference will be given to an applicant from
the ARRL Central Division (Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin).
Preference will be given to applicants pursuing studies in Electrical or
Electronics Engineering, Computer Science, or related fields.
There are no other requirements.
The ARRL Foundation Scholarship Committee will submit its nomination to the ARRL
Foundation Board of Directors to approve by majority vote.
The Indianapolis Amateur Radio Association Scholarship will be funded by an
initial contribution of $1000. Additional funds may be added to the fund. Annual
contributions to the fund should be made by December 31 each year.
Scholarships are for the exclusive use of the winner to be applied to tuition,
books, fees and other educational expenses.
The scholarship award will be $1000 annually with the first scholarship awarded
The ARRL Foundation Board of Directors will disperse the scholarship funds to
the winnerís college of choice.
The ARRL Foundation assesses each scholarship fund for annual administrative
expenses. The assessment averages less than 1% of the fundís balance as of
December 31 of the preceding year.