• Intercultural & Diversity Affairs
    A Division of Student Affairs

Scholarships

The following scholarships are offered by Intercultural & Diversity Affairs.  If you are interested in applying, please complete the scholarship application and submit it to our office located in Student Union 330.  For questions about the award amounts or applying for these scholarships, please contact Vincent Windrow at 615-898-5812.

Elisabeth and Granville Ridley Scholarship

Applicants for this scholarship must be African-American and be enrolled as a full-time, undergraduate student at MTSU in his/her Sophomore, Junior or Senior year. Must have a cumulative 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale. Must be a Rutherford County resident. (If no suitable candidate is available from Rutherford County, then the scholarship can be given to a Tennessee resident.)

Ken Tony-Kool Club Scholarship

A minority scholarship which is sponsored by the Kool Club of MTSU. Recipients will become honorary Kool Club members.

Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship

For a minority student, preferably African-American but not required. Undergraduate or graduate student who is in good academic standing. Recommendations from counselors, advisors and others. Special talents, abilities, and experiences of the applicant considered, along with financial need.

Molly Jones Scholarship

Established from the will of Mrs. Molly Jones.

Willie Brown Scholarship

A minority scholarship which is sponsored by the Black Executive Council of MTSU in honor of Willie Brown, an outstanding black athlete at MTSU. A scholarship of $300 for each semester of the freshman year will be awarded on a need basis to a deserving student.