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.
Eligibility: Freshman, South Dakota residents, 3.0 GPA, financial need.
Application: Special application due by March 22, 2019.
Eligibility: High school senior, Sioux Falls Diocese member, financial need
Application: Special application by - March 15, 2019.
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.
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.
With all the scholarship search engines available to you online, it can be difficult to know which ones will give you the best information. To make it easier for you, MMU has put together a small list of scholarship search sources we recommend:
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 scholarhsips must be reported to the financial aid office.