High School Seniors with an ACT composite score of 28* or higher and rank in the top 5%* of high school class OR GPA of 3.9+ are eligible for an Honors Apprentice Scholarship (HA). A separate application is mailed to eligible high school seniors. This award is $20,000 ($5,000 annually for four years based on academic performance). Opportunities to apprentice in an area of academic interest under the supervision of a faculty member are available. If awarded, the HA Scholarship replaces the President's Honors Scholarship.
The Honors Apprentice scholarship application is mailed to students who have been admitted and are awarded the automatic President's Honors scholarship.
Deadline has passed for 2016-2017 awarding. Deadline for 2017-2018 will be February 1, 2017.
Award is $20,000 ($5,000 annually for four years based on academic performance) to students who attain the National Merit Finalists level. A Merit Finalist certificate must be submitted June 30 of each year.
Named in recognition of the people who founded our University. They created an educational opportunity that has enriched lives since 1888. Long ago our students were affectionately known as "scramblers," because they came from modest means, worked hard, and left with a brighter future. Thanks to the founders, our heritage is comprised of success, service, and citizenship.
The Founders Scholarship is a competitive $2,500 need-based scholarship awarded once to students who embody these exemplary characteristics. The scholarship is named in recognition of MSUM Founders and funded by specific gifts and proceeds of the annual Founders Gala.
Students eligible to apply:
Deadline for 2016-2017 was May 1, 2016.
Application is available through the Office of Diversity and Inclusion: www.mnstate.edu/diversity/scholarships/.
Scholarships are made possible through donations made to the MSU Moorhead Foundation by alumni and friends of the University. These are a one year competitive scholarship and awards are made based solely on the application materials received with the application. Applicants must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. The scholarship application allows you to be considered for one of the
following scholarships (dollar amount awarded will be contingent on donor specifications).
Incoming Freshman scholarships:
*Financial need, as determined by the federal needs analysis calculation and defined by the University, is considered in the selection process. Results of the 2016-2017 FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) must be received by the MSUM Office of Scholarship and Financial Aid by the application deadline of March 15, 2016.
Deadline for 2016-2017 applications has passed.
Awarded to students who demonstrate exceptional talent in the areas of art, music, cinema arts and digital technologies or theatre arts. Department faculty select talent awards. Contact the departments directly for more information and application procedures.
School of Media Arts & Design
School of Performing Arts
School of Visual Arts
Awarded to students who demonstrate exceptional athletic talent.
For more information on athletic scholarships, call the Athletic Department at 218.477.2622.