Minnesota Academic Excellence Scholarship

Minnesota Academic Excellence Scholarship helps students who have demonstrated outstanding ability, achievement, and potential in one of several subjects: English or creative writing, fine arts, foreign language, math, science, or social science.


Who Is Eligible?
High school graduates must be admitted to enroll full-time in a nonsectarian, baccalaureate degree-granting program at:

* The University of Minnesota.
* A Minnesota state university.
* A Minnesota private, baccalaureate degree-granting college or university.

Students MUST enroll during the year of their high school graduation.

What Is the Application Process?
Contact the institutions you are considering to check if the college participates in the program.

For complete program details, please visit:
http://www.getreadyforcollege.org/gPg.cfm?pageID=150&1534-D83A_1933715A=7a6728f656c7d01f

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