Miller College institutional scholarships are offered through the generous support of the Elizabeth H. Binda Foundation and many other generous and supportive individuals throughout our community.
These school specific scholarships are one-semester scholarships awarded to students currently enrolled, or new students planning to enroll, in the Miller College School of Arts and Sciences, Nursing, Business or Binda School of Education. Up to $1000/semester each Fall and Spring will be awarded and students must enroll for a minimum of six semester hours. Up to $500/semester will be awarded for each Summer I and Summer II and students must enroll for a minimum of three semester hours. Minimum GPA requirement is 3.0. Award recipients are eligible to re-apply. Please be aware, the essay question does change each semester and is different for each school (see questions below). Please download the scholarship application below for a complete explanation of scholarship criteria.
School of Arts & Science students, please answer the following: Why is it valuable to understand a globally oriented world? How can this help your marketability to a potential employer?
School of Business students, please answer the following: Provide an example of when you have used your critical thinking skills to solve a problem.
Binda School of Education students, please answer the following: How will you consider the varying perspectives of students within the classroom when developing your lesson plans and teaching practices?
School of Nursing students, please answer the following: How important is it to understand how diversity affects health care decisions when considering treatment options, please give an example.
APA FORMAT IS REQUIRED.
The Miller College Alumni Book Scholarship has a value of $300.00. This is a one time gift and is not renewable at this time. Priority will given to students who are paying the highest percentage of their educational costs out of pocket and have completed three or more semesters at Miller College.
One student will be selected per semester. A check will be written to the recipient for use at the Kellogg Community College bookstore or any online or other source for Miller College textbooks.
The Wounded Warrior Scholarship is awarded each Fall and Spring semester and has a value of up to $2,500/semester. Award recipients are eligible to re-apply. Applicants have served in any branch of the military or may be an immediate family member to a service man/woman as defined; dependent child and/or spouse. Please download the scholarship application below for a complete explanation of scholarship criteria.
For questions about scholarships or the application process, please contact Jenny Andrews at ude.egellocrellim@jswerdna
The Kalamazoo Community Foundation is happy to announce the availability of applicatins for the Women's Education Coalition Grant for training or higher education opportunties for low-income women, particularly those with children to support. The WEC program is a competitive application process with a deadline of May 15, 2013. The grant application is found at www.kalfound.org/scholarships or by calling (269) 381-4416 or by visiting Jenny Andrews in room 303 at Miller College.
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