IU McKinney partners with USI for legal scholarship

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Indiana University Robert H. McKinney and the University of Southern Indiana have created a scholar program that will allow two students from USI to attend IU McKinney, beginning in the fall 2015.

The partnership allows for USI to nominate two students or alumni for admission to IU McKinney. Those students will receive benefits such as a minimum of a half-tuition scholarship and designation as a program fellow in the student’s chosen area of study.

IU McKinney has similar agreements in place with Franklin College, Wabash College and Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois.

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