Montana State University

Scholarships

Over two-thirds of MSU students have some sort of financial aid, and we recognize that funding is one of the most vital elements of a continuing education. We have found the following information to help you find scholarships that are catered to students with disabilities, and for general studies as well. While we try our best to keep deadline and award information as current as possible, please confirm and find more information about how to apply by visiting individual scholarship websites.

Disability-Specific Scholarships

Other Scholarship Search Engines (disability-related and general):

Disability, Re-Entry and Veteran Services is proud to offer MSU scholarships generously funded by community organizations. DRV invites students to apply on an individual basis who meet the criteria for the following scholarships. Eligible students are identified and contacted each spring.

Lawrence Hiller Scholarship - given by the family of Lawrence Hiller
Amount: $500-$1,000 | Number of awards: up to 3 students per year
Qualifications: student must be a Montana resident; personal and financial need will be considered

T. Bayard and Emma King Todd Scholarships - given by the Bozeman Chapter of Montana Association for the Blind
Amount: $500 | Number of awards: up to 3 students per year
Qualifications: graduate or undergraduate student considered blind or partially blind; need and GPA are considered

Emil A. Honka Scholarship - given by Montana Association for the Blind
Amount: $1,000 | Number of awards: up to 2 students per year
Qualifications: preference given to students who have completed 12+ college credits; minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA

Delta Gamma Scholarship - given by Delta Gamma Foundation
Amount: $1,000 | Number of awards: 1 student per year
Qualificaions: Montana high school graduate; one semester completed at MSU in good academic standing; minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA