Bachelor's Funding

Monique Julia Gayles '11

“Ever since ninth grade,” Monique said, “I’ve wanted to be a teacher. I knew that’s what I wanted to do and ever since then I’ve been working to get there." Now, after earning a degree and learning in our innovative teacher education program, Monique is where she wants to be. To help fund her dream, she received support from a  Michigan Tradition Scholarship, a Michigan Grant, and an M-Pact Scholarship.

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When you enroll in a School of Education program, we try to match you with a variety of scholarships and funding opportunities—your application for these funds is automatic, no action is required of you. If you're selected for any of these, based on merit and financial need, we'll let you know in August. For 2011-2012 we offered $130,000 in scholarship support to students with grade point averages of 3.2 or higher (based on their freshman and sophomore years of study at the university).

If you have questions about what financial resources are available to you to help pay for your education, contact Student Affairs Program Manager Eileen F. Brussolo.

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