The purpose of the Millennial Scholar Academy is to expose Grace College students to an array of leadership principles and instill in them a passion to serve their campus and communities as current students and as alumni. The program was initially launched out of a Lilly Endowment grant aimed at attracting high achieving, out-of-state students to Indiana.
Grace College undergraduate students who reside outside Indiana
MSA students are selected during the admissions process by a committee chaired by the Dean of Enrollment Management. Applicants must have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale and must show academic and leadership potential, as evidenced by past performance and future goals. Previous leadership experience, scholastic success, financial need and a written essay are taken into consideration when making the selections.
On very select occasions, current Grace students may be invited to join the Millennial Scholar Academy based on availability within the program. The decision to offer invitations to current undergraduate students will be made by the MSA Director under the guidance of the Dean of Enrollment Management and the Director of Financial Aid.
All scholarship amounts are dependent upon the student completing the MSA requirements. Scholarships are renewable each semester. Scholarship amounts are as following:
Once selected to the Millennial Scholar Academy, students will be asked to fulfill a variety of responsibilities related to leadership seminar attendance, grade point average and volunteer service activities.
Application for Millennial Scholars Academy will be provided by invitation to students who qualify.
Email Bryce Goff or call 574-372-5100, ext. 6105.