Michigan Tech's National Scholars Program rewards academically talented first-year undergraduate students who are non-Michigan US residents*. Eligible students who have applied and been accepted for undergraduate admission to Michigan Tech are automatically considered for this award.
Incoming first-year students are considered for awards ranging from $10,000 up to $17,000 per year based on a combination of their cumulative high school GPA and official SAT or ACT score. These awards are renewable for four years (eight semesters) of study.
Students without official ACT or SAT scores will be considered for awards based on GPA only.
|Cumulative GPA||Award Value|
|4.00+||$17,000 per year|
|3.90 to 3.999||$14,000 per year|
|3.75 to 3.899||$13,000 per year|
|3.35 to 3.749||$10,000 per year|
Students can also determine their scholarship eligibility using our Net-Price Calculator.
Scholarship recipients must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.50 at the end of each spring semester. Continuous, regular full-time undergraduate enrollment of at least 12 credits and acceptable social behavior must also be maintained. Recipients are required to live in University housing for the first two academic years--four academic semesters (not including summers), to maintain this scholarship. Students are eligible for this award for a maximum of eight semesters of undergraduate study.
Students eligible for the Alumni Legacy Award or Military Family Education Award are not eligible for a National Scholars Award. They may, however, be eligible for need based aid and/or private scholarship funds. National Scholars Award recipients who are subsequently classified as Michigan Residents by Michigan Tech in accordance with institutional policy will receive in-state tuition rates and be considered for our in-state Presidential Scholars Award. As a part of this process, the National Scholars Award will be cancelled.
* Beginning with the 2023-2024 academic year, students who are residents of Canada will no longer be eligible to receive scholarships through the National Scholars Program.