Scholarships are awarded based on merit. All first-year students’ admission applications are reviewed for merit scholarship eligibility. No additional application is needed to be considered for a merit-based scholarship, and you will be notified through your acceptance letter for admission if you qualify. If you receive a merit-based scholarship and do not wish to apply for federal, non-federal loans, or work-study, an additional financial aid application is not required.
Throughout the year, newly available “Named Scholarships” for continuing students will be announced in the Financial Aid section of the Mitchell Hamline Student News. Carefully read the application criteria. Each Mitchell Hamline sponsored scholarship application requires a two page personal statement, a resume, and the Scholarship Application Form. Submit completed applications to the Financial Aid Office. Scholarship recipients are announced in the Mitchell Hamline Student News.