The Lee Honors College co-sponsors the Medallion Scholarship Competition, Western Michigan University’s most prestigious merit-based scholarship for undergraduates, with the Office of Admissions. An average of 20 scholarships currently valued at $50,000 ($12,500 per year) are given each spring. Awarded to incoming high school graduates through a competitive process that occurs in January and February, students who have completed an admissions application by Dec. 5, 2015 and meet the competition criteria are automatically invited to participate. To get a sense of what is expected of Medallion Scholars, please read The Medallion Ethic.
- Detailed information regarding eligibility
- A list of past recipients of the Medallion Scholarships
$50,000 Medallion Scholarship can be used toward graduate studies at WMU
Medallion Scholarships are awarded for four years of full-time study at WMU. If Medallion Scholars complete an undergraduate degree in less than four years, they may petition the dean of the Lee Honors College to use remaining funds toward graduate study at WMU. To use these funds for graduate study, the student must either have been accepted and enrolled in a WMU accelerated graduate degree program or been accepted and enrolled full‐time in a WMU graduate degree program beginning in the fall or spring semester immediately following completion of their undergraduate degree.