2016 Battle Creek Community Foundation Scholarships
The scholarship window opens November 1, 2016 and closes April 1, 2017. Senior students and Adults apply at www.bccfoundation.org/scholarships
Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)
Submit an application for the NROTC Scholarship. Successful applicants will receive full-tuition paid, a book allowance, and monthly stipend. All of this while earning a Bachelor's degree of any major. Visit the website for more information on eligibility requirements, a list of NROTC Schools, and military service requirements. https://www.nrotc.navy.mil or visit the counseling center for more information.
ELKS Most Valuable Student Scholarship Contest
Available to all seniors. Submit application by November 30, 2016 to Mrs. Roden or Ms. Bushouse. Applications can be found at ELKS.org/enf/scholars and are open to any senior graduating in 2016. If earned, this competitive scholarship is for a minimum renewable award of $1,000. State and National awards go up to $12,500 per year to a 4-year college or university.
Public Universities - Scholarships
Central Michigan University
Leader Advancement Scholarship: Your students will enhance and develop their leadership skills with this scholarship valued at $8,000 over four years ($2,000 per academic year). A cohort of 40 outstanding incoming freshmen will complete specified courses together while earning a leadership minor.
- Carry at least a 3.0 high school grade point average (gpa)
- Apply for admission at Central Michigan University
- Demonstrate qualities such as integrity, self-confidence and a desire to lead
- Complete the online scholarship application by November 15
Eastern Michigan University
Presidential Scholarship: Qualified students will be competing for a chance to receive our largest academic award - a four-year full-ride Presidential Scholarship, valued at approximately $69,500 over four years. Traditionally, 16-20 Presidential Scholarships are awarded each year.
High school students in the Class of 2017 will participate in the Presidential Scholarship Competition on November 5, 2016 or November 12 2016.
You are eligible to compete in the Presidential Scholarship Competition if you are a current high school senior in the Fall of 2016, officially admitted to the University for Fall 2017 and you meet or exceed the GPA/test score combination below:
GPA = 3.5 (cumulative)
ACT = 25 (composite)
SAT = 1200 (on 1600 scale)
You must be officially admitted to Eastern Michigan University in order to compete.
Register at http://www.emich.edu/admissions/visit/psc.php
Michigan Technological University
Leading Scholar Award: Honors students from all academic areas who demonstrate outstanding leadership and scholarly achievement in the classroom and beyond.
Applying is easy:
- Visit www.mtu,edu/admissions/scholar for scholarship details, application directions, the essay response assignment, and the link to apply
- Submit completed scholarship materials by October 15
- Apply for admission to Michigan Tech - It's Free! You must have an application on file by October 15 to be considered for this scholarship
This Scholarship covers full tuition, room and board, plus $1,000 for fees and other expenses; It's renewable for 4 years (eight semesters), based on academic performance.
Northern Michigan University
Presidential Scholars Competition: The Presidential Scholars Competition is designed for academically talented high school seniors to compete for ten "full-ride" and ten full-tuition scholarships. In addition to the 20 large scholarships, approximately 200 smaller scholarships will be awarded to participants (these can be added to scholarships awarded at the time of admission).
The scholarship competition dates for high school seniors graduating in 2017 (who will be new freshmen in fall 2017) are October 30-31, 2016, and November 13-14, 2016.
To apply for the scholarship competition, students must have an ACT composite score of 24 or higher (or an SAT combined score in math and critical reading of 1090 or higher) AND a cumulative (ninth, tenth, and eleventh grades) high school GPA of 3.50 or higher. Students who have not taken the ACT/SAT must do so no later than October in order to be eligible for the competition. Students must apply for admission and submit transcripts and test scores prior to the competition deadlines so we can determine eligibility.
Western Michigan University
Value: $15,000 annually ($60,000 total award)
- 3.7+ cumulative GPA on a 4-point scale at end of junior year
- 26+ ACT composite or SAT of 1170+ (math + critical reading)
- Eligible students participate in one of two Medallion competition days on Dec 2 or 3, 2016
- For first-time, full-time freshman students entering fall 2016
Complete admissions application must be received by Nov 1, 2016.