As we get closer to reaching our goal, new rewards will be unlocked.
An appeal to raise $300,000 from alumni and friends to help fund scholarships for Millikin students on April 29-May 1. During the challenge, each gift will be matched, dollar-for-dollar, by an anonymous donor — up to $150,000. Even after the challenge ends, gifts in support of the Millikin Fund for Student Scholarships will always be accepted, since the need for scholarship support is a critical and annual need.
Did you receive a merit scholarship when you were a student? Were you a James Millikin Scholar? Or perhaps a Leighty Science, Long-Vanderburg, Service Learning or Presidential Scholar? If your answer is yes to any of these, scholarship donors helped make your education more affordable. Help current and future generations of students afford a Millikin education by giving to help fund their annual scholarship support. Some call it giving back and others call it paying it forward, but the end result is the same. You’re helping Millikin students achieve their dreams of completing their college education.
Each dollar makes a difference, especially now when it is matched by the anonymous challenge. Gifts of any amount are appreciated.
You can double or triple the impact of your gift to MU if you or your spouse work for or are retired from a matching gift company. Check with your company’s personnel office to be sure.
Yes, and we will acknowledge your gift with a written letter you can use for tax purposes.
Nearly $35.7 million, more than half of Millikin’s annual operating budget is awarded in scholarships each year. Student scholarships at Millikin are awarded based on academic merit, talent and financial need.
98 percent of Millikin students receive some type of financial aid to attend the university.
There are several types of scholarships, ranging from merit to alumni legacy and more. These scholarships are financial aid awards that do not have to be paid back and are often based on academic achievement, talent or financial need. Learn more about scholarships.
Within six months of graduation, 99 percent of 2013 Millikin graduates secured jobs or entered graduate/professional school.
Tuition, room and board for a traditional, full-time freshman student totaled $38,940 for the 2014-15 academic year. We at Millikin are committed to working with families to find ways to manage the cost of this valuable education, with student financial aid packages that include academic scholarships, loans, government assistance and student employment. Student financial aid at Millikin is awarded based on academic merit, talent and financial need.
More than 2,100 full- and part-time students attend the Big Blue. Learn more Millikin facts.