WMU Foundation Scholarships

WMU Foundation offers the following scholarship funds:


Scholarships for Children of Missionaries/Margaret Funds - These funds are endowment funds established to grant scholarships to sons and daughters of home and international missionaries. Applications shall be submitted to the office of application origin. Representatives of the WMU Executive Office in cooperation with WMUF staff will evaluate applications to present to the WMU Endowment Committee for recommendation to the WMU Executive Board.

Higher Education Scholarships - Applications must be submitted by October 1st. An advisory committee consisting of a representative from WMU Executive Office and WMU Foundation shall recommend to the WMU Endowment Committee the prime candidates for the committee's endorsement and approval of the WMU Executive Board unless otherwise specified.

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