Community College Competitive Transfer Scholarships
New, first-time, domestic transfer students transferring from a community college in- or out-of-state may compete for one of the following awards. Students must have earned at least a 3.5 cumulative grade point average (as calculated by the Office of Admissions) and completed 24 college credit hours for consideration. Additional criteria are required for certain awards. Students who believe they meet the scholarship criteria should apply for admission and request official transcripts (from all institutions attended) be sent to WMU's Office of Admissions.
Financial Aid Endowed scholarships
These awards are made possible through endowments established by WMU's many generous donors over the years. Criteria and amounts vary by scholarship, so review each scholarship for specific details. Only one application is required to apply for more than 30 awards. Applications for endowed scholarships for the 2020-21 academic year are now closed. Please contact Student Financial Aid at (269) 387-6000 for questions related to endowed scholarships.
Veterans and Dependents scholarships
The Veterans and Dependents Scholarship is a need-based scholarship available to military members currently serving, those who have previously served and dependents. There are no restrictions or requirements regarding major, minor or military branch. The award amount is $500, and students may reapply annually for the award. Students must be admitted to WMU to receive award and will be required to show proof of military status on the scholarship application.
WMU has a variety of departmental awards administered directly by colleges, schools, and academic departments. Please consult the scholarship information for each academic college and department as the deadlines vary.