Chapter 9

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9.06-9.10

Scholarships and Student Financial Aid

Effective Date: 09/01/2010

9.6 Michigan Community College Scholarships

Value: variable ($1,000 minimum to amount equivalent to regular full-time tuition charges).

Two of these annually will be named David H. Morgan Memorial Community College Scholarships.

Applicants must be residents of Michigan, who are attending or have attended Michigan Community Colleges.

Awarded, based on academic achievement, for a maximum of six (6) semesters of undergraduate study.

Scholarship Committee considers requests for extensions of scholarships, but in no case would they be extended beyond eight (8) semesters. The eight (8) semesters would apply to those students required to attend a summer semester or who demonstrate extenuating circumstances.

Renewable for students who maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.50 as of the end of each spring semester, acceptable social behavior, and continuous full-time undergraduate enrollment.

Scholarship Committee considers requests for reinstatement of scholarships from students returning after a withdrawal, depending upon the circumstances of the withdrawal, provided the student had an acceptable grade point average on leaving.

History
  09/28/2006  
  07/15/2010 Was previously Policy 10.3.1.3. Renumbered and deleted effective date. Also see history at end of 9.24.

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Effective Date: 09/01/2010

9.7 Michigan Alumni Legacy Award (MALA)

Value: $1,000 ($250 per academic year for 4 years or $125 per semester for 8 semesters).

Eligibility: New undergraduate students who are Michigan resident children or grandchildren of Michigan Tech alumni.

Exclusion: Students enrolled prior to summer 2000 are ineligible for the Michigan Alumni Legacy Award.

History
  09/28/2006  
  07/15/2010 Was previously Policy 10.3.1.4. Renumbered and deleted effective date. Also see history at end of 9.24.

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Effective Date: 09/01/2010

9.8 Presidential Scholars Program

Value: Variable ($1,000 minimum to amount equivalent to regular full-time tuition).

Eligibility:

* Applicants must be residents of Michigan and first time entering non-transfer students.

Awarded, based on academic achievement, for a four-year period (eight semesters) for those students pursuing a bachelor's degree, and for a two-year period (four semesters), for those students pursuing an associate degree. Recipients may request extensions of scholarships, but in no case would four year awards be extended beyond ten semesters. The ten semesters would apply to those students required to attend a summer semester or who demonstrate extenuating circumstances.

Renewable for second, third, and fourth year students who maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.50 as of the end of spring semester, acceptable social behavior and continuous full-time undergraduate enrollment.

Requests for reinstatement of scholarships from students that have withdrawn may be granted depending upon the circumstances of the withdrawal and providing the student had an acceptable grade point average upon leaving.

History
  08/04/2005  
  07/15/2010 Was previously Policy 10.4. Renumbered only.

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Effective Date: 09/01/2010

9.9 United States Scholarships

Value: $6,000 per academic year ($3,000 per semester) for students who enrolled prior to summer term 2000. The difference between resident and nonresident rate for new recipients beginning summer term 2000.

Applicants must be U.S. citizens and residents of any territory or state except Michigan.

Awarded, based on academic achievement, for a four-year period (8 semesters) for those students working on a bachelor's degree, and for a two-year period (4 semesters), for those students working on an associate degree.

Scholarship Committee considers requests for extensions of scholarships, but in no case would they be extended beyond 10 semesters. The 10 semesters would apply to those students required to attend a summer semester or who demonstrate extenuating circumstances.

Renewable for second, third, and fourth year students who maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.50 as of the end of spring semester, acceptable social behavior, and continuous full-time undergraduate enrollment.

Scholarship Committee considers requests for reinstatement of scholarships from students returning after a withdrawal, depending upon the circumstances of the withdrawal, provided the student had an acceptable grade point average on leaving.

History
  07/16/2009  
  07/15/2010 Was previously Policy 10.3.2.1. Renumbered only. Also see history at end of 9.24.

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Effective Date: 09/01/2010

9.10 International Ambassador Scholarships

Value: Variable ($1,000 minimum to $6,000 maximum).

Applicants must be citizens and residents of any country except the United States.

Awarded, based on academic achievement, for a four-year period (8 semesters) to students in their first year of study working on a bachelor's degree, or to students with transfer credit for a variable period of time depending on Michigan Technological University requirements.

Scholarship Committee considers requests for extensions of scholarships, but in no case would they be extended beyond 10 semesters. The 10 semesters would apply to those students required to attend a summer semester or who demonstrate extenuating circumstances.

Renewable for second, third, and fourth year students who maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.50 as of the end of spring semester, acceptable social behavior, and continuous full-time undergraduate enrollment.

Scholarship Committee considers requests for reinstatement of scholarships from students returning after a withdrawal, depending upon the circumstances of the withdrawal, provided the student had an acceptable grade point average on leaving.

History
  07/16/2009  
  07/15/2010 Was previously 10.3.2.2. Renumbered only.

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