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Graduate Scholarship and teaching assistantship at University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor in total awarded Graduate Assistantship for 4170 students.
Assistantship in Teaching was awarded to 2098 Graduate Assistant students.Assistantship in Research was awarded to 2037 Graduate Assistant students.
Loken Endowed Scholarship FundUM cheerleader Loken Cheerleader’s Scholarship FundU-M cheerleader Margolies Family Scholarship FundNon-resident students with high academic achievement and demonstrated financial need. Naughton-Briggs Memorial Scholarship FundMichigan resident with demonstrated financial need. Rogel Scholarship FundStudents with demonstrated financial need from the city of Detroit. Rose Endowed ScholarshipGraduates of the Jalen Rose Leadership Academy Ruhana Scholarship FundAwarded to students who demonstrate financial need. Schumacher ScholarshipMember of Eta Chapter of Chi Omega Schwartz Scholarship FundStudents with demonstrated financial need from the Chicago, IL area. Smith Scholarship Descendants of Henry Howard and Mary Ann Crapo who demonstrate financial need. Dreifuss Scholarship FundStudent whose parent serves served in the students.S. Air Force. Tennant Memorial Scholarship FundStudents with honorable discharge from the students.S. Marine Corps or children of veterans. A few scholarships do require a separate application, and can be based on merit, financial need, or other criteria. Alumnae Council Scholarships Students with high academic achievement and demonstrated financial need. Armstrong Scholarship Support of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities. General Motors Opportunity Scholarship Minority and female students of GM employees. Iden Scholarship Trust Students who are active in the work of an Ann Arbor church. Lee Scholarship Students with demonstrated need and personal knowledge of Korean culture. Safran Family Scholarship Students who demonstrate financial need and have considerable community service experience. Local civic and professional groups, the students-M alumni, state governments, and other organizations offer scholarship opportunities for college students. Private college scholarships are offered by corporate, professional, trade, government, civic, religious, social and fraternal organizations ranging from small honorariums to thousands of dollars. Today scholarship search engines are robust and offer applicant many ways to search for and discover scholarships appropriate to their individual situations.