MN Indian Scholarship and Tribal Grant
Minnesota residents with documented one-fourth or more Indian ancestry may be eligible for the Minnesota Indian Scholarship Program. Students of Indian ancestry may also be eligible for a Tribal Grant. Students should contact their individual Tribal Education Office for specific information and application forms.
Many private organizations in your home town offer scholarships to help with the costs of attending college. You may wish to contact your high school counselor or the public library for information on local scholarships. A reputable scholarship search tool should not charge a fee, so beware of scholarship scams that guarantee results for a fee. Anticipated private scholarship funds should be reported to the NTC Financial Aid Office.
Here are some free tools for searching for private scholarships:
Northwest Technical College Foundation manages scholarships for current and new NTC students enrolled part-time and full-time. Over $50,000 in scholarships are awarded each year. Scholarship awards range from $250 to $1,500 per semester and a few scholarships may be renewed for more than one semester.
Students complete an online application and the scholarship committee selects the recipients for a specific scholarship(s) based on how well you answer the three essay questions on the application. Successful applicants must meet the scholarship criteria such as GPA, program of study, and the other criteria noted on the scholarship list below.
Increase your chance to receive a scholarship! Type your answers to the essay questions in a Microsoft Word document first; have someone else proof your answers; then cut and paste your final document into the online form. The online form does not offer Spellcheck.
Please Note: Letters of recommendation are required for the Paul Bunyan Vintage Auto Club, Fred Breen, and the Young Professional scholarships. To be eligible for those scholarships, submit the letters of recommendation to the Admissions Office separately from the online application.
Find more information: Scholarship Opportunities
Thanks to the Minnesota State’s Workforce Development Scholarship program, Northwest Technical College is offering 25 $2,500 scholarships for students beginning in the Fall of 2020. Scholarships are available to students enrolling in the following high demand fields (Feb. 1, 2020 priority deadline). Priority application review will be given to applications received before or on Feb 1, but applications will still be accepted after that date.
Workforce Development Scholarships are still available for the 2020-2021 academic school year. Full-time, first-time NTC students pursuing careers in automotive service, early childhood education or childcare, dental assisting, emerging computer technology, engineering technology, medical coding or practical nursing are welcome to apply.
Emerging Computer Technology
Students must be Minnesota Residents and first-time college students who plan to enroll full-time. Please complete the form below. Priority application review will be given to applications received before or on Feb 1, but applications will still be accepted after that date. APPLY