Encourage your high school senior or your post-secondary student to apply for the MSEA scholarship! Each year MSEA provides two $1,000 scholarships to dependents of eligible MSEA members who prevail in the scholarship essay contest. We look forward to reading this year’s submissions!
$1500 may be awarded annually for tuition and fees to one or more qualified recipients. A selection committee will be appointed and approved by the Education Committee established by the Board of Directors of the Valley Board of REALTORS®. Monies awarded may be used for books, tuition, transportation, or living expenses by the recipient. Scholarships are not renewable; however, a recipient may reapply.
To be eligible for consideration, the individual must meet the following requirements:
Applicant must be a full-time student, as defined by the educational institution, and enrolled in a post-secondary or trade/technical school for the Fall 2022 semester in an educational institution, or other institution approved by the selection committee.
Individuals may re-apply each year.
Provide proof of enrollment at the time of acceptance for the fall semester.
Applicant must be a resident of the Mat-Su Borough.
The Nanook Commitment scholarship is a renewable award for incoming first-year, transfer and readmitted University of Alaska Fairbanks students to help qualifying students bridge the gap between what they can afford and the cost of attendance. This scholarship is offered to students based on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as well as the admissions application. Students eligible for the Nanook Commitment will have guaranteed assistance towards their cost of attendance.
There are a variety of UAA, University of Alaska, and State of Alaska grants and scholarships available to our students. Some scholarships require an application, some are automatically awarded once eligibility conditions are met after submitting your first application for admission, and some you qualify for by completing specific requirements before graduating from an Alaska high school. Below are a list of scholarships you may see on your UAOnline>Financial Aid Overview screen. IMPORTANT REMINDER: Many of these programs require recipients to meet specific conditions if they are multi-year awards.
Many scholarships are available for aviation education and are awarded each year at the AACA Convention & Trade Show.
Going Merry is a free scholarship and financial aid platform. You sign up and are sent scholarships that match your need and post secondary interests.
UAF Nanook Pledge is a four-year merit scholarship for incoming first-year, transfer and readmitted University of Alaska Fairbanks students. Eligibility is based on GPA and test scores.
This link brings you to the Mat Su Borough School District scholarship page. Click "submit" to see all scholarships and their deadlines.
The College Board Opportunity Scholarships guide you through the college planning process and offer you a chance to earn money for college for each action you complete. Complete each action for a chance to earn scholarships.
Mat-Su Central School, (MCS) under the authority and guidance of the Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District, was founded and functions under the belief that choice is an important and viable option in American public education.
Mat-Su Central School programs are provided for those students and families who choose an alternative to the traditional neighborhood schools. These programs are organized around the needs of students and families.