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Presidential Scholarship

The Presidential Scholarship is offered to a graduating senior from each of our service area high schools and to one graduating senior from a home-schooled student within our service area.  The scholarship provides full tuition and mandatory fees for four consecutive semesters immediately following high school graduation.  Specific scholarship criteria and benefits are explained in the following documents.

Presidential Scholarship Information

High School Students

Selection Criteria

North Central Michigan College provides a “Presidential Scholarship” to a graduating senior from each of our service area high schools. To be considered for the scholarship a student shall:

  • Complete an online Application for Admission to North Central by April 1 of their graduation year,
  • Be a valedictorian, salutatorian, or have a 3.5 overall high school grade point average,
  • Submit ACT/SAT scores (ACT score of 18 or above for ENG and a Reading score of 21 or above; SAT score of 25 or above for ENG and a Reading score of 25 or above).
  • Be nominated by the high school principal

 

High School Nomination

Nomination documents must include a letter from a candidate’s high school principal, a high school transcript complete through the nominee’s seventh semester and ACT/SAT scores. The test scores as of the deadline date will be used to determine the candidate’s eligibility.

Submission deadline date sent to area High School Principals in late winter.

 

Scholarship Requirements/Benefits

Presidential Scholarships are offered for full tuition (up to 20 contact hours per semester), and mandatory fees for four consecutive semesters (fall and winter only). Field study fees are not included. The scholarship will be subject to the additional following conditions:

  1. Scholarship recipients must register for the Fall semester immediately following their spring high school graduation.
  2. Recipients must meet with a designated academic advisor each semester they are enrolled at North Central.
  3. Recipients must register for a minimum of 12 credit hours, which count toward graduation.  Courses must be taken for credit, not audit status.
  4. Scholarships may be renewed for three semesters beyond the first award provided a 3.0 minimum GPA is maintained each semester and 75% of credit hours successfully completed.
  5. Recipients must observe published College behavioral standards.
  6. Scholarships are for North Central Michigan College only and not transferable.
  7. In the event the recipient is also awarded additional tuition awards or waivers (Michigan Competitive Scholarship, Michigan Indian Tuition Waiver, TIP), the unused portion of the scholarship up to 20 contact hours may be applied to North Central Room and Board and/or necessary textbooks and supplies from the North Central College Store.
  8. Scholarship recipients must become involved in a leadership program as provided by North Central. 


Presidential Scholarship Information

Home-Schooled Students

Selection Criteria

North Central Michigan College provides a “Presidential Scholarship” to one graduating senior from a home school within our service area. To be considered, a student shall:

  • Complete an online Application for Admission to North Central by April 1 of their graduation year.
  • Have a minimum 3.5 overall high school grade point average (include a high school transcript complete through the nominee’s seventh semester).
  • Submit ACT/SAT scores (ACT score of 18 or above for ENG and a Reading score of 21 or above; SAT score of 25 or above for ENG and a Reading score of 25 or above).
  • Submit a recommendation letter that addresses their academic potential and leadership qualities.
  • Submit a statement that addresses academic and career goals and how North Central will help to meet those goals.

Submission deadline date is April 1, 2016.

Please send all nomination documents to the Vice President of Student Affairs

Scholarship Requirements/Benefits

Presidential Scholarships are offered for full tuition (up to 20 contact hours per semester), and mandatory fees for four consecutive semesters (fall and winter only). Field study fees are not included. The scholarship will be subject to the additional following conditions:

  1. Scholarship recipients must register for the Fall semester immediately following their spring high school graduation.
  2. Recipients must meet with a designated academic advisor each semester they are enrolled at North Central.
  3. Recipients must register for a minimum of 12 credits each semester, which count toward graduation.  Courses must be taken for credit, not audit status.
  4. Scholarships may be renewed for three semesters beyond the first award provided a 3.0 minimum GPA is maintained each semester and 75% of credit hours successfully completed.
  5. Recipients must observe published College behavioral standards.
  6. Scholarships are for North Central Michigan College only and not transferable.
  7. In the event the recipient is also awarded additional tuition awards or waivers (Michigan Competitive Scholarship, Michigan Indian Tuition Waiver, TIP), the unused portion of the scholarship up to 20 contact hours may be applied to North Central Room and Board and/or necessary textbooks and supplies from the North Central College Store.
  8. Scholarship recipients must become involved in a leadership program as provided by North Central.