Please note that some of these scholarships are automatically awarded based on set criteria, while others require an application and have a deadline. Follow the links that are provided for more information.
$1,000/year. For dependents, siblings or grandchildren of Alma College alumni. Please indicate alumni connections on the application for admission.
$2,000/year. For members of underrepresented groups. Students are automatically considered for the award upon acceptance.
$2,000/year. For non-Michigan residents. Students are automatically considered for the award upon acceptance.
$1,000/year. Students of any religious denomination with leadership experience may apply by a new deadline of February 15.
National Presbyterian Scholarship
Up to $1,400/year. Award based on membership in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), academic record and financial need. Applications are available at www.pcusa.org and must be submitted by March 1.
Up to $2,000/year. Students planning careers in law may apply by February 1. This application requires you to read The Buffalo Creek Disaster by Gerald M. Stern and answer an essay question. We will send you a free copy of the book upon request.
Upward Bound Scholarship
$2,000/year. For students with at least three years of participation in Upward Bound or Upward Bound Math-Science programs. Applicants must provide a letter from program director confirming involvement by March 1.
Alpha Xi Delta Scholarship
$750 non-renewable scholarship for an incoming Alma College Student who has been impacted by Autism.
Phi Theta Kappa Transfer Scholarship
$2,000/year. For transfer students who have been selected as Phi Theta Kappa scholars at their community college.
Herbert H Lueth Business Scholarship
Interview based scholarships for students with an interest in business. It is a one year award. Scholarships range from $1,000-$5,000 awarded to approximately 6-7 incoming students. Accepted students can register for the interview based event here.
Spring Term Grant
The Alma College spring term grant program was established to assist students who have financial need with spring term expenses. The college offers $500 travel grants for students going overseas (across water) for a spring term class. Up to fifty grants will be awarded from this program for attendance in a 2015 spring term. Click here for the application.