MSUM offers a variety of Accounting, Business Administration, Business Analytics, & Finance scholarships for current and incoming students. Scholarships are listed below. Students can apply for university scholarships through the online scholarship application.
Applicants are eligible to receive scholarship awards through this Paseka School of Business program no more than two times while enrolled at MSUM. Paseka School of Business awards will not be given to students with more than one prior award.
Undergraduate Finance and Accounting double majors will be evaluated for scholarship eligibility in both majors once the review process has begun. However, there is no need to apply in both areas. Please submit your applications under the Finance link and, in the area of the application form where it asks for your major, make sure to clearly identify both undergraduate Finance and Accounting.
The scholarship application deadline for academic year 2019-2020 (awards to be used Fall 2019, Spring 2020 and/or Summer 2020) has passed. Application for the 2020-2021 academic year (awards to be used Fall 2020, Spring 2021 and/or Summer 2021) will open October 1, 2019. Applicants will be notified during the Spring 2020 semester.
Only students who meet the above criteria and have a complete application will be considered for a scholarship.
Only students who meet the above criteria and have completed an application will be considered for a scholarship. Applicants will be evaluated with consideration given to overall GPA, GPA in Paseka School of Business courses, and number of credits taken in the Paseka School of Business.
The purpose of the Marcil Scholarship is to recruit and retain students to MSU Moorhead who are interested in a career in the journalism/media industry. Up to 20 students will receive a $1,000 scholarship each year. The scholarship will be awarded in equal amounts in the fall and spring semesters by the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid.
The Mathematics Department awards several thousand dollars with of merit-based scholarships to students based on nominations and/or recommendations from faculty advisors. These scholarships include: