IUPUI's campus life experience thrives because of students like Jenna Nicodemus. As a student in the Honors College and Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health, a campus ambassador and member and leader in more than 15 student clubs and organizations, Nicodemus exemplifies what it means to be a Jaguar.
In fall 2022, she was named the inaugural recipeint of the Division of Student Affairs Student Leader Scholarship and receivied $1,500 to go toward her spring 2023 tuition and expenses.
"I am so grateful to have received this scholarship," Nicodemus said. "I know there are so many hardworking student leaders on campus, and it's great to see all my hard work is appreciated and people are investing in me and my future education."
Nicodemus is currently enrolled in an accelerated 4+1 program, where she will graduate in five years with a bachelor's degree and master's degree in public health and epidemiology. The scholarship is helping to pay for her master's courses and allowing her to graduate with less debt.
To support students like Nicodemus through this scholarship opportunity, consider making a donation to the scholarship fund online.