finding assistance outside of Mount Marty University
There are numerous opportunities for outside scholarships. The following are scholarships that are great for South Dakota students considering Mount Marty University.
The Freedom Scholarship, South Dakota's first public/private partnership for a need-based scholarship, is entering its pilot year with $5.1 million to be distributed to the 13 eligible South Dakota institutions. Commitments from First PREMIER Bank / PREMIER Bankcard, Sanford Health, Avera Health and the State of South Dakota led by Gov. Kristi Noem '11 spurred the scholarship fund's creation in 2021.
To view the application, click here.
Eligibility: Freshman, South Dakota resident and South Dakota high school graduate, 3.0 GPA and demonstrated financial need. A completed FAFSA is required.
Application: Please contact your enrollment counselor for more information.
Eligibility: The scholarship is open to anyone planning on attending Mount Marty University in the next academic year. This includes new students, students already attending Mount Marty University, non-traditional students, and transfer students. The applicant's family must be registered members of a Catholic parish in the Diocese of Sioux Falls.
Contact: Financial Assistance Office (605-668-1589) or your enrollment counselor.
You must be a resident of South Dakota at the time of high school graduation, have an ACT composite score of 24 or higher and complete high school course requirements commonly known as the Regents Scholar curriculum with no final grade below a C and a cumulative high school GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. The scholarship is up to $6,500 for four years if you meet renewal criteria. For more information, please visit the South Dakota Opportunity Scholarship website.
The Dakota Corps Scholarship covers full-tuition and generally applicable fees through funding from the state of South Dakota, private businesses, nonprofit corporations and matching funds from Mount Marty College. You must compete through an application process and are selected by the Dakota Corps Scholarship Board. You must enroll in a critical need field and agree to work in an area of critical need in South Dakota equal to the sum of the number of years of scholarship received plus one year to fulfill the scholarship obligation. For more information, please visit the Dakota Corps Scholarship website.
The Army ROTC trains and educates students, preparing them for a commission as a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Army. Mount Marty has partnered with the Department of Military Science at the University of South Dakota to enable our students to participate in this program, especially those pursuing nursing.
Amount: Full tuition and fees, book allowance, and monthly stipend for the life of the scholarship.
Scholarship opportunity for a student who has an interest in improving the education system in the United States. Especially the education system in urban areas. The Walter Morales Scholarship, $5,000 scholarship. Deadline is February 15, 2022. Website address: https://waltermoralesscholarship.com/walter-morales-scholarship.
The deadline to apply is March 31, 2022.
The deadline for all applications is March 18, 2022
Future doctors of America can apply to the Dr. Eugene Kramer Scholarship for $1,000 which will be awarded to a single university or high school student who plans to embark on the journey to medical school to become a doctor. The deadline to apply for the scholarship is February 15, 2022.
Foot Locker Scholarship- Apply now!
SDAEP Scholarship applications due by January 15 of each year.
Deadline: February 14, 2022 at 11:59pm
Deadline: June 1, 2022
Deadline: June 12, 2022
Deadline: May 2, 2022
To view the application, click here.
Deadline: April 29, 2022
No minimum GPA or class rank. No financial need requirement. To view the application, click here.
For more information on outside scholarships, check out these resources.
An outside resource is any scholarship, grant or loan not awarded by the government or the school, such as a scholarship provided by a private sector company, philanthropist or foundation.
You are required to report any outside resource to the school's financial aid office. If you fail to report an outside resource, you may be required to repay the school or the government all or part of your need-based financial aid package.
Students should be sure to check with their employer and their parent's employer to see if they offer any scholarships.
Many companies offer scholarships that are exclusive to employees and their families, or that are given to employees and their families before they are given to outside individuals.
As is the case with any outside scholarship, employer-related scholarships must be reported to the financial aid office.