Great Lakes National Scholarship Program

The Great Lakes National Scholarship Program, funded by the Great Lakes Educational Loan Services, Inc., is offering $2,500 scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students from across the country.

The Great Lakes National Scholarship Program is open to high school seniors or graduates or current postsecondary undergraduates or graduate level students who are United States citizens or permanent residents. They must plan to enroll in a full-time STEM (science, technology, engineering or math) field of study at an accredited non-profit public or private two-year or four-year college, university or vocational-technical school in the United States for the entire 2012-2013 academic year. A minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.75 on a 4.0 scale (or its equivalent) is required along with demonstrated financial need.

Scholarship Deadline: May 11, 2012 or when 20,000 applications are received

The application must be one of the first 20,000 submitted electronically by 11:59 p.m. Central Time, May 11, 2012. Once 20,000 applications are submitted, the application period will be over. Note this may happen before the May 11 close date so apply early!

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