MHS Available Scholarships

Lem Tucker Scholarship - CMU

The Lem Tucker Scholarship is a four-year full-ride scholarship.


A student can make their dream of having a career in the media/communication field a reality with a full-ride scholarship that could be worth more than $90,000!


Qualifications needed to apply for the Lem Tucker Scholarship:

  • 3.0 high school GPA, or 3.3 GPA for transfer students
  • 940 SAT (18 ACT)
  • Major in a media-related field such as journalism, broadcasting, or public relations

CMU houses one of the most comprehensive media programs in the country. Whether it's television, radio, print, or public relations, students have the opportunity to get involved on a national scale with award-winning hands-on experiences.


Deadline:  March 12, 2021




Home Builders of Saginaw Scholarship

This scholarship is offered to students that will be participating in a trades-related field of study. The scholarship is available to high school and adult part time students who are or will be working in the industry or full- time students.  Scholarships are awarded based on career goals, work experience and/or community service. There is NO grade point average minimum. 

Founded in 1955, The Home Builders Association of Saginaw is a professional organization providing progressive and responsive contributions to the building industry and our community. In addition to housing issues, the association seeks to protect the environment, to provide education and a better quality of life for all citizens.

Application:  HBA Scholarship 

If you don't have a way to print the application, please stop into the counseling center and pick one up. 


For more information:  989-793-1120

Deadline:  April 26, 2021




Memorial Presbyterian Church

Memorial Presbyterian Church

Memorial Presbyterian Church is proud and blessed to offer multiple scholarships for youth looking into higher education.  Each of their 3 scholarships listed below have different requirements and benefits.  All grants will be paid only to accredited colleges and universities for pursuit of an academic degree: 


            1)  Charlotte B. Currie Memorial Scholarship

This $1,500 award (per year for 4 years) is granted to six graduating high school seniors within Midland County high schools for the purpose of college education on the eventual completion of a Bachelor’s degree. This scholarship is intended to promote leadership and productive citizenship by making higher education facilities available to young men and women of the Midland County area who would find it difficult to secure an education without this assistance. 


            2)  The Dale Thomas Dean Memorial Scholarship

This $1,000 award is granted to a graduating high school senior within Midland County.  The purpose of the award is college education.  The candidate must have received acceptance into an accredited academic college or university for the succeeding year. 


            3)  The Beth Ann Hodges Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is a one-time $1,000.00 grant.  It will be awarded to a graduating high school senior from Midland High School or H.H. Dow High School.  The awarding of the scholarship for college education will be based upon the criteria of need, merit and service to the community, school, and church.  Special attention will be given to experience and talent in the field of vocal music. 


Applications for all three scholarships are online at:

If there are any problems with the application process please contact Stephanie Lewandowski at or Shelly Luckett at


Deadline:  April 9, 2021





J. William Miller and Lorraine M. Miller Family Foundation 2021 Scholarship

This scholarship will be awarded to academically worthy and financially needy students who are graduates of high schools in Midland County, Michigan, to aid in their obtaining a post-high school education.

            1.  Scholarship(s) in the amount $5,000 each will be granted to Midland County seniors to be used for their college or  university education. Any unused funds will be returned to the Miller Family Foundation.

            2.  The applicant must attend a college or university located in the State of Michigan.

            3.  The applicant must forward with the application a transcript of his/her high school grades and ACT and/or SAT score(s).

            4.  The applicant must have his or her application postmarked no later than April 23, 2021.

            5.  At the Selection Committee’s discretion, a candidate may be requested to appear for a personal interview.

            6.  All applications should be addressed to: 

                 Attorney Ramon F. Rolf, Jr.
                 5820 Eastman Avenue
                 Midland, MI  48640

Applications are available in the Counseling Center. 

Deadline:  April 23, 2021




Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) Scholarship

This scholarship offers full tuition to a college you choose, all mandatory fees imposed by the School, stipend for text books, and subsistence allowance each month.  If selected, the student would attend four years at the college they choose with an NROTC program.  After attaining their bachelor degree in the desired path they would become commissioned officers in the United States Navy. Depending on the major they could continue further education if pursuing careers in Medical or Law degrees.

Because of COVID they have had an all time low in application submissions. It is a really great program and very transparent. Just like any other scholarship it is totally optional to use if anyone gets it. Please see the links below for details and please feel free to email/text/call with any questions: 

Chief Navy Counselor, Andrew J. Seals

Mobile: 269-330-0402





Deadline: January 31st, 2021





Lake Superior State University Student Scholarships

Click here to see Fast Facts about LSSU 

Click here to see Scholarships and Awards for LSSU 


  • Tours for students will open up as soon as Governor's Orders allow more accessibility. 


If you have any questions please contact, Nikki Radke Admissions Representative and she will be happy to help!



Admissions Office

650 W. Easterday Ave. | Sault Sainte Marie  MI 49783 |
Email: | Text or Call: (906) 934-8012





Midland Believes Scholarship

This $2,000 scholarship is available to “first generation” college-going students as well as economically disadvantaged students.  A “first generation” college-going student is one who lives in a household where none of the parents/guardians have earned a college degree. 

Requirements include:

  • There will be one student selected per school.
  • It is a strong preference, though not a requirement, that the student be a first-generation going college student or have significant economic barriers to attending college.
  • Students can plan to pursue any form of post-secondary education, including license and certificate programs. 
  • The award is $2000 per year, renewable for a maximum of two years’ total for maximum award of $4000.

Applications are available in the Counseling Center.

Deadline:  March 1, 2021




Purdue Alumni Club of Mid-Michigan Scholarship

The Purdue Alumni Club of Mid-Michigan is offering a $1500 scholarship to a student who will be attending Purdue University starting Fall 2021.  If you know any future Boilermakers, please encourage them to:

  1. Log on to
  2. Search for "Purdue Alumni Club of Mid-Michigan"
  3. Complete the scholarship application by March 1.




Dr. Lynne Boyle - John Schimpf Scholarships/grants

Let NATAS-Michigan help you pay for some of your tuition & books for college. They offer $2,500 scholarship to students planning to major in journalism, broadcasting or video production at an accredited post-secondary educational institution. A grant is offered to high schools and it broadcast/film class.


Scholarships are open to high schools and college/university sophomores, juniors and seniors or graduate students living or attending school in the Michigan area.


 (5) – UNDERGRAD/GRADUATE Scholarships $2,500 

=> Award goes to the Student pursuing an accredited degree program in

broadcasting, video production, post-production and media at an accredited college or university or community college


Scholarship/Grant Honor Code

Undergraduate Application


DEADLINE: March 15, 2021




Scholarship for Seniors pursuing STEM degrees at SVSU

The Dow Corning Foundation – SVSU – Community STEM Partnership Scholarship is available to incoming full-time SVSU freshmen whose K-12 school district participated in the Dow Corning Foundation/SVSU Community STEM Partnership Program and are pursuing a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) major. Essay responses will be given significant consideration in the selection process, so applicants are strongly encouraged to do their best work. Awards may be renewed for an additional year assuming the student continues full-time enrollment and remains in good academic standing at SVSU.


Award = $1,000

Application Instructions for Students:

  1. Visit and click the Apply Now button. 
  2. Log in with your SVSU username and password and complete a General Application.
  3. Check your list of Recommended Opportunities for the Dow Corning Foundation-SVSU-STEM Community Partnership Scholarship.
  4. Click the red Apply button to answer the additional questions.



Deadline: 3/1/2021




Rosa Parks Scholarship Foundation

The Rosa Parks Scholarship Foundation is offering a $2,000 non-renewable scholarship to Michigan high school graduating seniors.  Winners are selected on the basis of scholarship, leadership, financial need, and dedication to the civil rights principles of Rosa Parks, whose historic stand against racial prejudice in 1955 brought her national recognition.  The Foundation was established in 1980 to provide equal opportunity scholarships to Michigan high school seniors.

Applicants must:

          1) Graduate by August 2021

          2) Have a GPA of 2.5 or above

          3) Describe financial need

          4) Complete application form and essay

          5) And, meet additional requirements as noted in the application package

Applications are available online at:

If you have questions or problems concerning the application, please email us at:

Deadline:  March 2, 2021





Student Scholarships

This is an on-going scholarship website which is continuously being updated.  You will be connected to the largest collection of scholarships on the web:

Main website:

   . . . more scholarships: The "Small List" 

         . . . and scholarships available to Michigan students only




Davenport University Technology Scholarships

As a Center for Academic Excellence (CAE),
Davenport University is home to multiple
technology scholarship opportunities ranging
from up to $7,000 to full-tuition (plus stipends!).
Attend an upcoming virtual session to learn more
about the awards, eligibility, and application


Click here to view the 2021 COT Scholarship Information. 



Specific deadlines will be announced soon and posted to the links. In general, students can expect:

· Scholarship applications open: early January 2021

· Scholarship application deadline: late February 2021

· Scholarship award announcements: by May 2021


Special Admissions Notes

· Students must be accepted to DU when they submit their scholarship application(s). They do not have to enroll until their funding starts in Fall 2021.

· Academic status is determined by academic credits earned towards their DU degree. For example, an incoming Fall 2021 "freshman" with a lot of HS/CTE articulation credits may be ready to apply this year or next! 




Delta College Scholarships

The application timeframe for Delta College scholarships is here! Applications for the 2021-2022 academic year will be accepted from December 16, 2020 through February 3, 2021


  • Go to (This page explains the various opportunities available.)
  • Click Apply for a Scholarship (Found in the gray box at the upper left side of the page. This landing page answers many questions commonly asked by students.)
  • Scroll down the page to the questions under HOW IT WORKS. Click the + by How do I apply? and click the link to the AcademicWorks online scholarship application.
  • Students must be accepted to Delta College before they may apply. They will use the same login and password to log into the scholarship application as they would use to log into their Delta College Portal and email.


Essays should be an important focus for students on the scholarship application. Essays are scored anonymously by scholarship raters based on word count, spelling and grammar, and demonstration of knowledge and emotional connection. The minimum word count for each essay is 150 words and should not exceed 250 words.


The following are the two essay questions for the general application this year:


  1. What is your career goal and why did you choose that career?
  2. The current pandemic has made 2020 a challenging year for all of us. What is one challenge you have faced in your life, and what did you do to overcome that challenge?


High school transcripts must be uploaded to the scholarship application as a PDF file. Please note that high school students who will be dual enrolled during the 2021 - 2022 academic year are not eligible to receive Delta College Scholarships.

Please don’t hesitate to email the Delta College Foundation at if you have any questions.  




Covenant HealthCare Scholarships

Covenant HealthCare Foundation Scholarship 

Covenant HealthCare Foundation announces its 2021 High School Senior Scholarship Program.  Awards, this year, include six $2,000 scholarships available to seniors pursuing an undergraduate degree in the human medical sciences or a field directly related to the health care industry.  Graduating seniors who are currently attending a Saginaw, Bay, Midland, Arenac, Huron, Sanilac, Tuscola, or Gratiot County High School are eligible to apply.


Required Criteria:


  • Plan to pursue an undergraduate academic degree in human medical sciences


  • OR another field in the health care industry


  • Acceptance to an accredited college or university for Fall 2021


  • Minimum GPA of 3.75 on a 4.0 (non-weighted) scale


Important:  Please dispose of any 2020 applications that you may have. 


Additionally, the Covenant HealthCare Foundation will award four $2,000 scholarships to Legal Dependents of Covenant employees.  Applicants must have a 3.50 GPA or above (4.0 non-weighted scale) and intend, by Fall of 2020, to pursue an undergraduate academic degree in any curriculum at an accredited college or university.  Students should contact Covenant at the number below for more information.

If you have any questions, they can be directed to me at Covenant HealthCare Foundation at 989-583-7603 or


Application Links:

2021 High School Senior Scholarship Program

Legal Dependents of Covenant employees Scholarship 


Application deadline:  February 26, 2021


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Lem Tucker Scholarship - CMU
Home Builders of Saginaw Scholarship
Memorial Presbyterian Church
Lake Superior State University Student Scholarships
Midland Believes Scholarship
Purdue Alumni Club of Mid-Michigan Scholarship
Dr. Lynne Boyle - John Schimpf Scholarships/grants
Scholarship for Seniors pursuing STEM degrees at SVSU
Rosa Parks Scholarship Foundation
Student Scholarships
Davenport University Technology Scholarships
Delta College Scholarships
Covenant HealthCare Scholarships