Michigan State University is offering scholarships for students to attend college, according to the college boards website.
To be eligible, you must be a current MSU student, be enrolled in an MSU degree program, and be interested in pursuing a degree.
The first scholarship recipients to apply must be admitted by November 15.
“It is important that all students have the opportunity to be able to pursue their education,” the school said in a press release.
“MSU encourages all students to consider the opportunities available to them, regardless of their race, gender, age, ethnicity, religious affiliation, marital status, or disability.”
To be considered, you need to have completed a minimum of 18 credits in a major program in a school of your choice.
“The MSU Board of Trustees, through our Scholarship & Awards program, offers scholarships to students who have earned an undergraduate degree at MSU, who have a record of achievement in the major, and who have demonstrated leadership qualities that demonstrate a commitment to diversity and inclusion,” the college said.
“The goal of the Scholarship & Applications Program is to encourage applicants to apply and receive scholarships.
All applications are reviewed by an Advisory Committee of faculty, administrators, and students.”
The scholarships are awarded annually, with a cap of $5,000.
Michigan State University’s website says:The university also has a scholarship program for students in need.
This is a free, public service to offer a variety of scholarships for deserving students.
In 2019, the university awarded $1.8 million in scholarships to four MSU students.