Transform Your Education, Transform Montana

The 1893 Scholarship Program seeks to improve the futures of Montana resident seniors who could benefit from scholarship, academic, career development, and leadership supports. 

Bitteroot Mountains with cattle

In the spirit of MSU’s Land-Grant Mission, 1893 Scholars call communities throughout Montana their hometown.

      This program is intended to assist students who:

    • are Montana resident students with one or two semesters remaining
    • graduated from a Montana high school
    • maintain fulltime status (12+ credits) throughout their final semesters

    • have and maintain at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA throughout their final semesters

      Preference will be given to students who:

    • are Federal Pell Grant eligible
    • are first-generation college student (parent/guardian have less than four-year degree)

The 1893 Scholarship Program will provide up to two semesters of scholarship for students to engage in their required curriculum along with exceptional activities and experiences. 1893 scholars will receive $946.50 per semester, up to two semesters, for a total of $1893.00. In addition to the scholarship, 1893 Scholars will receive important mentoring, tutoring, and networking opportunities as well as career, financial, and leadership education.

Students walking and having fun

1893 Scholars form a community of students who gather to participate in a variety of networking, educational, and social events.


Are you ready to transform your education?

Call or email us today.
Monica Hall, Program Manager
[email protected]