Many scholarship programs have separate processes, deadlines,
eligibility criteria, and application forms. The resource links provided here
will introduce you to a wide spectrum of scholarship programs.
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities scholarships
University scholarship awards disburse in accordance with the University's financial aid award policy. Consistent with University policy, the total annual aid amount awarded to a student (including external scholarships and grants) cannot exceed the cost of attendance at the University of Minnesota. Because of this, University awards (scholarships and grants) will be reduced for students whose total scholarship and award aid exceeds the cost of attendance.
If you are a current undergraduate, the scholarship search matches University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, scholarships with your student profile to give you an individualized list of scholarships for which you may be able to apply, brief scholarship descriptions, and links to where you can learn more.
Links to scholarships administered by the Athletics Department, Office of
Admissions, colleges, academic departments, the Learning Abroad Center, Office
of Student Finance, the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP),
and more. These pages may include some opportunities, like graduate scholarships and UROP, that don't appear in the Undergraduate Scholarship Search.
Office of Student Finance scholarships
Scholarships administered and awarded by the Office of Student Finance.
Scholarships often given to University of Minnesota students, but administered
and awarded by outside agencies or organizations.
You must sign over any check that is made payable to you and the University so that it can be paid into your student account.
A listing of highly-competitive scholarships for outstanding
undergraduates maintained by the National and International Scholarships Office, 20 Nicholson Hall
scholarship announcements are sent to the Office of Student Finance by their
sponsors for posting. Please contact scholarship sponsors for more
Use these free scholarship search sites to explore a wide
range of scholarships available from numerous organizations and individuals
who give students financial assistance. Links to FastWeb, College Board, library resources, and
others. The University does not endorse fee-based scholarship search services.
The Learning Abroad Center hosts a scholarship database specifically geared toward students who plan to study abroad. It includes scholarships from all sorts of national and campus-based organizations.
Scholarships for University employees
For University employees who have at least 75 percent appointments