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    MBA Scholarships

    DeVos Graduate School scholarships are available for Traditional, Working Professional and Accelerated MBA students. To be eligible for, students must enter and remain in good academic standing. Students may qualify for up to three of the following scholarships:

    Early Decision Scholarship

    To qualify for this $1,050 scholarship, applications must be received as follows:

    • June 30 (Fall Start)
    • November 15 (Spring Start)

    DeVos GPA Scholarship

    To qualify, this $1,050 scholarship requires a cumulative GPA of 3.25. This requirement is based on a student's aggregated cumulative GPA of ALL undergraduate academic transcripts.

    DeVos Leadership Scholarship

    This $1,050 scholarship requires three to five years of documented leadership experience.

    DeVos Graduate School Scholarship Facts

    • In order to be eligible for Leadership Merit Scholarship components, a student must NOT receive any tuition reimbursement.
    • If a student receives less than 75% tuition reimbursement, the student would be eligible for the Early Decision Scholarship, unless the amount exceeds the total program cost.
    • If a student receives 75% or more tuition reimbursement they may qualify for the NU Leadership or Merit Scholarship.
    • The total scholarship award will be allocated equally over each semester of the student's prescribed program of study (Accelerated MBA students: 3 equal installments; Traditional and Working Professional MBA students: 6 equal installments).

    Private Donor Scholarships

    Many Northwood friends and affiliates have generously provided funding for private scholarships for students.

    Private Donor Scholarship Application

    Contact Information

    Financial Aid Office
    4000 Whiting Drive
    Lower Level Miner Hall
    Midland, Michigan 48640
    Phone: 989.837.4230
    Fax: 989.837.4130
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    Additional Resources

    Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy

    Consumer Information

    Student Loan Code of Conduct

    Treatment of Federal (Title IV) Aid When a Student Withdraws

    Verification of FAFSA Data