We believe MS should not stand in the way of an education. The National MS Society Scholarship Program helps students affected by MS move their lives forward.
2013 MS Scholarship enrollment
Enrollment for the 2013 MS Scholarship Program is open through Jan. 15, 2013. Scholars selected to receive funding will be notified May 2013. The National MS Society Scholarship Program is for first-time college freshmen (of any age) only. For more information and to apply, click here.
Jumpstart MS Scholarship program
The Jumpstart MS Scholarship program, sponsored by Best Buy, is a $1,500 scholarship designed to encourage young teens affected by MS to stay on track toward post-education and remain active in school and their community. The 2013 application process open through April 30. For more information and to apply, click here.
Chapter awards scholarships to 72 students in 2012
- Meet the class of 2012
- Meet the class of 2011
- Meet the class of 2010
- Meet the class of 2009
- Meet the class of 2008
- Meet the class of 2007
If you'd like to make a donation to the MS Scholarship Program, contact Bethany at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-335-7954.
The MS Scholarship Program was created in 2003 to address the needs of students affected by MS. Each year, eligible students can apply for the program. The Society contracts with ACT, a national scholarship management organization, to receive and screen all applications. Qualified applicants from the chapter service area are forwarded to the chapter and a dedicated volunteer scholarship review team examines all qualified applicants to determine awards and funding levels. To receive more information about eligibility criteria, awards and more, visit the National MS Society’s Scholarship Program page.
For more information about the scholarship program, contact Bethany at email@example.com or 612-335-7954.
In addition to financial support, the chapter offers a volunteer mentor program for scholars. Mentors keep in contact with scholars to provide a vital, ongoing link between students and the National MS Society. To learn more about the scholarship mentor program, contact Connie at 612-335-7964 or firstname.lastname@example.org.