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.
Scholarships are due by the end of the business day on December 12, 2014 by 4p.m.
Notification will be sent out to scholarship applicants by email TBA.
This scholarship is made possible through the generous donations of past Miller College President's Dr. Art Angood and Dr. Paul Ohm. The student selected for this scholarship will receive up to $1,000 for one semester and is not renewable. To be eligible the student must be a new applicant to Miller College and meet all of Miller College's admissions criteria, must be enrolled for at least 6 semester hours, must have a minimum 3.0 transfer GPA, and complete a FASFA form (scholarship dollars will be paid after Pell Grant monies are paid) or sign a FAFSA waiver affidavit. Please download the scholarship application below for a complete explanation of scholarship criteria.
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 $1000/semester will be awarded for Summer and students must enroll for a minimum of six semester hours. Minimum GPA requirement is 3.0. Award recipients are eligible to re-apply each semester. Please be aware, the essay question do 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.
Spring 2015 Scholarship Questions:
School of Arts & Science students, please answer the following: What does being college educated mean to you and how will a degree from Miller College help you attain your personal and professional goals?
School of Business students, please answer the following: What does being college educated mean to you and how will a degree from Miller College help you attain your personal and professional goals?
Binda School of Education students, please answer the following:What is the most significant change you would like to see in the k-12 public education system? Discuss why this is an important change. Give examples of how you would facilitate this change as a teacher and as a leader in the educational field.
School of Nursing students, please answer the following: Why is it important for individuals in the health care industry to have good critical thinking and/or problem solving skills?
Download the Conifer Scholarship Application for in PDF. (499 KB, PDF)
Miller College defines a first generation student as the first individual in his/her immediate family to attend College toward an Associate, Bachelor or higher degree. The applicant’s parents may have attended some college, but may not have graduated with a degree or certificate. To apply students must be a new applicant to Miller College and meet all Miller College admissions criteria. On Selected students may receive up to 50% of their Miller College tuition paid (after any applicable Pell Grant monies have been awarded) for up to 30 credit hours at Miller College. Please download the scholarship application for additional details and requirements.
The Veteran's Service Scholarship has a value of up to $500. 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.
Download the Vetran's Service Scholarship (53 KB, DOC)
For questions about scholarships or the application process, please contact Student Services at (269) 660-8021.
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