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Michigan City, Indiana 46360
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Marquette's Class of 2017 was offered over $6.9 million in aggregate scholarship dollars.
Did you know?
For seven consecutive years, every member of Marquette's graduating classes has been accepted to at least one college or university.
Unity Foundation of LaPorte County Community Scholarship
The common application was designed to allow students to apply for several different scholarships through one application. The common application evaluates the responses provided and matches applicants with the scholarships for which they may be eligible. The common application saves students time by requiring only one application to be completed for most Unity Foundation scholarships. When the student goes through the initial questions on the website and is then matched to various scholarships, they should choose to complete the Common Application first as it will auto-fill into the other applications. To start the process, they should use the GREEN Begin Search button on the page.
Click HERE to download the common application.
There are four award criteria: financial need, academic achievement, community service/leadership, and ability & commitment. Applicants must be legal residents of LaPorte County, Indiana, graduates of a high school district that includes LaPorte County in its boundaries, and accepted/enrolled in a two- or four-year undergraduate program at an accredited institution.
Postmark deadline: April 15th, 2018
2018 Jan Nona Environmental Stewardship Award
Residents of LaPorte or Porter County having demonstrated success in moving beyond ordinary citizenship to activist in the area of environmental protection. This is not for students only; it is also for adults. Students may even wish to nominate a teacher. The award is made to a non-profit in honor of the recipient. Nominators may be: Community Member, Family Member, Professor/Teacher, Self, Other.
Postmark deadline: March 31st, 2018
2018 Connie Yagelski-Marhanka Music Scholarship
These scholarships will be awarded to graduating high school seniors of LaPorte County who are including music in their studies towards a degree or career.
Postmark deadline: April 6th, 2018
In everything we do, we believe in challenging the traditional way of educating our students. We believe in thinking critically and inspiring them to do the same. We do this by encouraging them to be driven, to be global, to be passionate, to be connected, to find faith, to discover God and to work for the Common Good. We ask our students to embrace high expectations, to become exceptional and, ultimately, change the world. #moreatMQTT