Saginaw Promise Zone Scholarship

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October 11, 2012


The Saginaw Promise is a scholarship for the first two years of post-secondary education that combines private and public dollars to fund a maximum of up to up to $2,727 per year for a two-year degree and up to $8,000 per year of a four-year degree program at public or private college or university, accredited trade or vocational school in Michigan. The Saginaw Promise is intended to be a “last dollar” scholarship, used to cover tuition and other mandatory fees not covered by federal, state, private, or other grants or scholarships. The mission of the Saginaw Promise is to transform and infuse the community as an economic stimulus initiative while cultivating higher education for children through a scholarship program.  




● Student, their parents and/or legal guardians, must reside within the boundaries of the Saginaw School District which includes the City of Saginaw, the City of Zilwaukee, Buena Vista Township and Kochville Township 
● Graduating seniors from an accredited high school within the Promise Zone (Arthur Hill, SASA, Saginaw High and Michigan Lutheran Seminary)
● Must have attended schools within the Promise Zone and resided within the Promise Zone for at least three continuous years, with the final year being 12th grade
● Must be admitted and enrolled at an accredited, public or private post-secondary college or university within the State of Michigan
● Must be enrolled in a program leading to a degree or certification


Evaluation Criteria

Not applicable



Special Attachment Required

 Please refer to the online scholarship application for more information.


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