Criminal Justice

Scholarships

 

You may pick up scholarship applications beginning December 1, 2014.
Applications due: February 2nd.
 
Frank Lee Criminal Justice Scholarship
 
Requirements:
  • Recipient must be a resident of Tennessee and a full-time student
  • Recipient must be at least a rising junior or senior majoring in Criminal Justice Administration
  • Recipient must have a minimum 2.75 cumulative GPA
  • Recipient must document financial need through MTSU financial aid office
  • This award is for one year, but renewal is not precluded
 
R. B. J. Campbelle, Jr. Scholarship
 
Requirements:
  • The applicant must be a resident of Tennessee and a full-time student
  • The applicant must be pursuing a degree in the field of Criminal Justice Administration
  • The applicant must be a rising junior or senior in the Criminal Justice Administration program
  • The award is for one year, but renewal is not precluded
 
Tennessee Juvenile Court Services Association (TJCSA)
Criminal Justice Endowed Scholarship
 
Requirements:
  • The applicant must be a resident of Tennessee and a full-time student
  • The applicant must be pursuing a degree in the field of Criminal Justice or Criminology
  • The applicant must have intent and the prfessional potential to pursue a career in the juvenile justice profession
  • The applicant must maintain a grade point average of 3.0 or higher
  • The applicant must be at least a rising junior or senior in the Criminal Justice Administration undergraduate program
  • This award is for one year, but renewal is not precluded

 

Law Enforcement Scholarship
 
Requirements:
  • Recipients must meet all requirements for admission and have been accepted and/or enrolled in Middle Tennessee State University at the time of the award
  • Recipient must be a resident of the State of Tennessee and a full-time student (or part-time student currently employed as a law enforcement officer)
  • Recipient must demonstrate intent and professional potential to pursue a career in law enforcement
  • Recipient must be at least a rising junior or senior majoring in Criminal Justice Administration
  • Recipient must have a minimum 2.75 cumulative grade point average