Scholarships

The following scholarships were established to encourage continued progress for students who are near graduation but require additional support. The scholarships allow students to concentrate on their studies and achieve their educational goals by alleviating financial obstacles.

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    The Mandell and Madeleine Berman Foundation made a commitment to Eastern Michigan University (EMU) and the students of Detroit by establishing the Road to Completion (R2C) Scholarship. "No one starts taking courses at a university with the intention of not getting their degree," Bill Berman said. "But sometimes there are so many obstacles to overcome, it can be difficult to continue. We set up this scholarship to encourage students to finish what they started, to get their degree and pursue their dreams."

    The R2C Scholarship awards eligible students up to $5,000 for one academic year.

    Eligibility

    • Be a graduate of a high school located in the city of Detroit or a resident of the city of Detroit
    • Be of senior status, graduating within two semesters
    • Have a minimum of 95 undergraduate credits earned
    • Demonstrate financial need through the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
    • Be in good academic standing
    • Have no outstanding student account balance

    Priority is given to students who demonstrate the following:

    • Students returning to complete a degree
    • Students registered full time (at least 12 credit hours)
    • Students who participate in ASP Scholarship 101 Writing Workshop
    • Students with a cumulative GPA of 2.0–3.0 GPA (who typically do not qualify for merit-based aid)
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    The Stancroff Springer Scholarship was established to support students participating in Academic Success Partnerships programs. The scholarship was designed to reduce financial barriers for students near graduation and increase the number of students who graduate from Eastern Michigan University.

    Eligibility

    • Have a minimum of 95 undergraduate credits earned
    • Demonstrate financial need through the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

    Priority is given to students who demonstrate the following:

    • MAGIC program participant
    • Students returning to complete a degree

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University Scholarship

The Office of Financial Aid highly encourages you to also apply for additional scholarships through the University Scholarship Application. Requirements may vary. Please refer to Financial Aid for more information on the application and any deadlines.

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