Scholarships & Grants

  1. Honors Scholarships
    These awards are available to entering freshmen with high SAT scores and honors high school grade point averages. Average award ranges up to $13,975 per year. Awards are automatically renewable with required grade point average. For details, students should contact:

    The Honors Program Office
    Jenkins Building - ROOM 108
    Morgan State University
    1700 E. Cold Spring Lane
    Baltimore, Maryland 21251
    Phone: 443-885-3429
    E-mail:
    honors@moac.morgan.edu
    or go to the Honors Program home page

  2. Institutional Scholarships
    These awards are available on a limited basis to new and continuing Morgan students, and they are based on need and academic average. Award amounts vary. For details, students should contact the Director of the University Honors Program.

    The Honors Program Office
    Jenkins Building - ROOM 108
    Morgan State University
    1700 E. Cold Spring Lane
    Baltimore, Maryland 21251
    Phone: 443-885-3429
    E-mail: honors@moac.morgan.edu
    or go to the Honors Program home page

  3. Diversity Grants
    The University Diversity Grant is awarded on an annual basis to students who help diversify Morgan ethnically, geographically, and academically based on their current major. The awards can range up to $2,000 per year. First-time students will automatically be considered for this award at the time of application. Returning students will automatically be re-awarded pending satisfactory academic requirements. Any additional questions should be directed to the Office of Undergraduate Admission and Recruitment:                                                                                                                                                                        
    Morgan State University
    1700 E. Cold Spring Lane
    Baltimore, Maryland 21251
    Phone: 443-885-3000
  4. Athletic Grants
    These grants are available to selected participants on intercollegiate athletic teams. Amounts vary and are determined by the University Athletic Department. For details, students should contact the Financial Assistance Office.
  5. ROTC Scholarships
    Four-year Army ROTC scholarships are offered by the U.S. Army to selected high school seniors who desire to pursue a military career. These scholarships pay for all tuition, books, and laboratory fees and provide a $100 monthly allowance. Applications are accepted from July 1st until December 1st of each year. Three, two and one-year scholarships are awarded to college freshmen, sophomores and juniors, respectively, on a competitive basis. For details, students should contact the chairperson if the Military Science Department.
    For more information, visit the Morgan State University ROTC
  6. Maryland State Scholarships
    Maryland student residents must apply directly to the Maryland State Scholarship Administration which is located in Annapolis, Maryland. Awards are made via the Senate, the House of Delegates, General State Scholarships, and other programs under the aegis of the Administration.
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    Office of Outreach and Grants Management

    The Commission administers a number of educational grant programs funded by State general funds, special funds, and federal funds. The Office of Outreach and Grants Management issues requests for applications (RFAs) for grant projects and develops programs to implement the plan for postsecondary education in Maryland. The programs are designed to address the State’s economic and workforce development needs, campus reform initiatives, student preparation for postsecondary education, faculty and student diversity goals, and teacher professional development objectives. View Office of Outreach and Grants Management staff contact information .

    For RFAs and additional information, see individual programs: 

    College Preparation Intervention Program (CPIP)
    Developmental Math Course Redesign Grant Program
    Health Personnel Shortage Incentive Grant   
    Improving Teacher Quality State Grant
    Maryland College Access Challenge Grant Program
    Nurse Support Program II

    One Step Away Complete College Maryland State Grant Program
    Maryland Offshore Wind Energy Research Challenge Grant Program
    Adapts Reverse Transfer Mini Grants



  7. Private Scholarships and Grants  A limited number of private scholarships and grants are available each year through the institution. These may be based on area of study or other requirements. They also may be limited by student classification. For details, students should contact the appropriate department or school/college.

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