MSUM Federal School Code: 002367
The Access, Opportunity and Success Scholars Program offers a $2,000 award to student recipients each semester, which may be renewed upon successful completion of scholar requirements (contingent upon funding). The application deadline to be considered for fall semester 2017 is May 15, 2017. Apply now: 2017 AOS Scholars Program Application
To apply for the following scholarships, please complete the Fall 2017 Diversity and Inclusion Scholarship Application. The deadline to be considered for fall semester 2017 is May 15, 2017.
Diversity ScholarshipEligibility: Undergraduate or graduate student who is from a population that is underrepresented at MSUM, who identifies as: African American/Black, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian/Pacific Islander, and/or Hispanic/Latinx. Preference will be given to students pursuing their first college degree. One semester award. Must re-apply to be considered for future semesters.
Rainbow ScholarshipEligibility: Identify as a member of the LGBTQ+ community and/or demonstrate leadership or service for LGBTQ+ community. One semester award. Must re-apply to be considered for future semesters.
Helen Roberti ScholarshipEligibility:
George Soule ScholarshipEligibility:
Katheryn Colliton Memorial ScholarshipEligibility: Native American student, with preference given to students in the Honors program. Created as a gift to support students and the work of the university. One semester award. Must re-apply to be considered for future semesters.
Elvina Loftness EndowmentEligibility: Native American student of Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. Created in memory of Palma Nelson Loftness. One semester award. Must re-apply to be considered for future semesters.
Joseph Thorman Hispanic ScholarshipEligibility: Hispanic student from the Pharr/San Juan/Alamo School District in South Texas. Upperclass applicants must have a 3.5 GPA at the time of application. Incoming applicants must be graduating in the top 25% of their high school class. Must maintain 12 credits per semester. Designed to empower and inspire Hispanic students. One semester award. Must re-apply to be considered for future semesters.
Minnesota Indian Scholarship Program
The Minnesota Indian Scholarship Program provides post-secondary financial assistance to eligible students. For more information, click here to visit their website: Minnesota Indian Scholarship
Tribal Scholarships: Minnesota | North Dakota | South Dakota
Related Scholarship Links: Native American
Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships
Questions? Contact Us in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion for more information.