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Undergraduate costs, aid and scholarships

If you’re a future freshman or transfer student, visit the Office of Admissions for links to cost of attendance, residency and reciprocity guidelines, scholarships, and more.

Current CEHD students are encouraged to apply for CEHD scholarships. CEHD awards scholarships ranging from $1,000-$10,000 for tuition, study abroad, and unpaid internships.

Scholarships

Incoming freshmen

University-wide academic scholarships are given to incoming freshmen students and do not require a separate scholarship application. For students applying to CEHD, you will also be considered for these CEHD scholarships.

Minnesota residents

If you are a Minnesota resident and incoming freshman or transfer student, you will be automatically considered for a U Promise scholarship at the time of application.

Current CEHD students

Scholarships for current CEHD students, including

To be considered for most major specific scholarships, complete the general scholarship application.

The School of Kinesiology (Kinesiology, Sport Management and Recreation Administration majors) has additional major specific scholarships.

One Stop Student Services has additional scholarship resources.

Financial aid

Find U of M financial aid advising and information at One Stop Student Services.

International students

Find information related to cost of attendance, scholarships, and visa information on the Office of Admissions website.

Genesis Mendoza
Being a first-generation college student means that my family depends on me being successful and having a good career. I definitely appreciate what I have and know what hard work can get me. Knowing that I have this financial help truly means a lot.

Genesis Mendoza
Business and Marketing Education
minor in Youth Studies
Marx Sloane Scholarship recipient

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