Awarded for the institution’s academic year based on remaining need and unique family circumstances. The average award may range up to $500 per semester for the award year. The amount is determined by the appropriate administrator on each campus. It may be awarded for one, two, or three semesters depending on starting semester and budget limitations. Students must remain in good academic standing
Grants up to $1, 500 per semester for Monroe Associate Degree graduates who now live out of state and are pursuing their Monroe Baccalaureate Degree entirely online. Students must be matriculated and enrolled full time. It will continue until graduation as long as students remain in good academic standing and have continuous enrollment and will be pro-rated for part-time study with a minimum of six credits.
May be awarded to working, independent students (based on federal guidelines) who are at least 21 years of age and worked in 2010. The award may range from $250 to $1500 per semester. The amount of the award is determined by the remaining balance after all grants and subsidized loans have been subtracted from the cost of tuition and fees. The grant will last until the completion of the Associates Degree or 60 credits if the student enters directly into the BBA program.
A grant of $500 (if student is full time) awarded to children of Monroe graduates. Students must maintain a GPA of 2.0. It may be pro-rated for part-time study and continues until graduation. Students who fall below the 2.0 GPA requirements may be put on probation for the following semester.
This is a one-time, one-semester award of up to $300 to offset the cost of books for students who have maximized their sources of tuition funding, but still do not have funds for their books. Students must complete and submit an application by the 2nd week of the semester and must have a minimum GPA of 2.0. Applications may be obtained from the Student Financial Services Office. Applications for students who have already received a Milavec Award in a previous semester will be considered if funds are available after qualifying first-time applicants have been awarded.
Employee grants cover the cost of tuition and fees for employees, their spouses and children who are under 24 and living with their parents.Course approval forms must be reviewed and signed by the President of the College. The appropriate Financial Aid Administrator is notified accordingly. Students receiving an EGR are not eligible for Monroe scholarships or any other Monroe grants. Employees enrolled in the BBA or MBA program may be limited to two courses per semester.Only employees are eligible for an EGR for MBA courses.Employees and/or their children or spouses are not required to file for financial aid.
Specific CGR grants may be awarded to students by the appropriate college administrator based on unanticipated changes to the student’s financial aid package or other financial circumstances. These may be awarded to continuing students and freshmen on a case by case basis.