FOR NEW TRANSFER STUDENTS ENROLLING IN THE FALL 2017 THROUGH SUMMER 2019
Based on your academic record you may be eligible for one of the awards listed below.
All new transfer students** who apply to NMU are automatically considered for the Wildcat Transfer Achievement Scholarship (see levels below).
Non-Michigan resident students who apply to NMU are automatically considered for the Transfer National Academic Award.
The Transfer National Academic Award can be added to the Wildcat Transfer Achievement Scholarship.
|College GPA||Annual Amount|
|Transfer National Academic Award||College GPA||2017 - 2018 Annual Amount||2018 - 2019 Annual Amount|
|Non-Michigan Residents Only||3.00||5400/yr.||5600/yr.|
**Minimum requirements: 12 or more college-level credits after high school graduation and a 3.00 cumulative college GPA.
- Students may receive scholarships for up to 6 semesters, or until completion of first bachelor's degree, whichever comes first.
- For the Wildcat Achievement Scholarships, students must maintain a cumulative 3.0 NMU GPA and full-time enrollment. Reviewed annually after winter semester.
- For the Transfer National Academic Award, students must maintain a cumulative 3.0 NMU GPA and full-time enrollment. Reviewed annually after winter semester.
- Students must meet Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy requirements.
Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Award: $500/yr. for Phi Theta Kappa members transferring directly to NMU from a two-year college.
Michigan Resident Alumni Dependents: The NMU Alumni Heritage Award is a $250 first-year award for children of Michigan resident alumni who earned an Associate degree or higher from NMU. Awarded to all eligible students. The student should apply for admission to NMU and the alumnus parent should register at connect.nmu.edu/heritageaward.
Non-Michigan Resident: Alumni Dependent Tuition Program: In-state tuition rates for non-resident children and grandchildren of alumni who earned an Associate degree or higher from NMU. See important details at nmu.edu/AlumniAssociation/tuitionprogram.
NMU Donor-Funded Scholarships: The award amounts, criteria and availability for these donor-gifted scholarships vary. The application period is usually in February. Learn more here.
Non-Michigan Resident Active Duty Military and Honorably Discharged Military Veterans (and their spouses and children): Qualify for Michigan resident tuition rates with documentation of status.
ROTC Scholarships: For more information go to nmu.edu/ROTC.
Important Notes Regarding Transfer Scholarships
New transfer students who meet the criteria for a scholarship to NMU will receive a letter of notification regarding the scholarship. New transfer students who do not meet the criteria or do not receive the scholarship will not be notified. For the new transfer scholarships, students who may meet the criteria after admission but prior to enrollment at NMU (due to updated transcripts) should contact the Admissions Office. Upon review, if students meet the criteria, they will receive written notification regarding the scholarship they will be awarded.