Scholarships

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MI-CAPP Scholarship 2018/19

Students that have been in TRIO Student Support Services for at least one year qualify for the scholarships below.

MI-CAPP offers four scholarship opportunities for Study Abroad, Endowment Awards for Academic Achievement Awards & Endowment Award Academic Progress Award, and Veterans Scholarship. Please contact and meet with a TRiO SSS Professional Staff member if you are interested in the following scholarship opportunities.

2018/2019 MI-CAPP Study Abroad Scholarship

The MI-CAPP Scholarship Committee (SC) presents the “Study Abroad Award” scholarship application for college-level TRIO/EOP students. The committee may award two $1500 awards to nominated students at the Student Leadership Summit Scholarship Banquet. Winners selected for this award must be present for the Scholarship Banquet (Saturday February 16, 2019). The application is due Thursday December 6, 2018.

2018/2019 MI-CAPP Endowment Award Scholarships

The MI-CAPP Scholarship Committee (SC) presents the “Endowment Award” application packet for both pre-college and college-level TRIO/ EOP students. The committee may award fourteen $1000 awards to nominated students at the Student Leadership Summit Scholarship Banquet. Winners selected for this award must be present for the Scholarship Banquet (Saturday February 16, 2019). The application is due Thursday December 6, 2018.

Two categories of awards will be presented:

1) Academic Achievement Awards designated for students who have weighted cumulative grade point averages of 3.2 and above.

2) Academic Progress Award designated for students whose weighted cumulative grade point averages are from 2.00-3.199.

2018/2019 MI-CAPP Veterans Scholarship

The MI-CAPP Scholarship Committee (SC) presents the “Veterans Award” application packet for college level TRIO/EOP students. The committee may award two $1000 awards to nominated students for your projects at the Student Leadership Summit Scholarship Banquet. Winners selected for this award must be present for the Scholarship Banquet (Saturday February 16, 2019). The application is due Thursday December 6, 2018.

All scholarship applications can be found online at www.micapp.org/Scholarships.htm

 


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A Grand Day at a Time Scholarship

This scholarship was intended to provide financial assistance to students who otherwise would not receive help with the cost of their education at Grand Valley State University.

  • Must have been accepted or enrolled at Grand Valley State University (GVSU)
  • Must be enrolled full time in any declared major
  • Financial need may be considered as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

Donor: Anita and Edward Bikowitz

Award: $1,500

Deadline: 03/01/2019


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Berkowitz Scholarship for Students with Disabilities

The purpose of this Scholarship is to provide financial assistance to a GVSU student who is handicapped with a preference for a student whose handicap substantially affects his or her mobility.

  • Applicants must be currently enrolled as a degree seeking undergraduate student of Grand Valley State University and must have a documented physical or learning disability
  • Must be a current sophomore, junior or senior with an established GVSU grade point average
  • Must be at least half-time student
  • Financial need as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Financial need will not be the sole factor in determining eligibility.

Renewal Criteria: Scholarship is renewable as long as student makes Satisfactory Academic Progress and reapplies

Donor

Hy and Greta Berkowitz

Award

$500 - $1,000

Deadline

03/01/2019

Supplemental Questions

  1. Please describe your disability (if not a participant in the DSS program, documentation of disability must be provided with application).
  2. Please upload documentation of disability here.
  3. Please explain any unusual obligations/circumstances affecting your need for financial assistance:
  4. Attach a Personal Statement (500 words minimum, typed and double spaced) which should include but is not limited to: career goal, honors, awards, extra curricular activities, personal history, program of study and philosophy.

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Frederik Meijer Opportunity Scholarship

This scholarship was created to assist First Generation students who are the first in their family to pursue and earn a four-year degree.

  • Applicants must be an undergraduate enrolled for 12 credit hours or more
  • Must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0
  • Must be the first person in his or her immediate family to pursue a college degree

Financial need may be considered, and shall be demonstrated by the completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Renewal Criteria: Scholarship may be renewed without reapplication provided the recipient continues to meet the qualifications. This scholarship may be awarded to an individual for a minimum of one year (two semesters) and a maximum of four years (8 semesters).

 

Donor

Meijer Family

Award

Varies

Deadline

03/01/2019

Supplemental Questions

  1. Are you a first generation student (neither parent/guardian(s) has a four-year degree)?

Please apply by February 1st, 2019

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