The W offers a variety of scholarships for all sorts of scholars. There are awards for academic performance, academic interest, W legacy, financial need, and others. And we make it easy for you to apply. Our online application includes applications for all our scholarships. Simply apply to The W, submit high school transcript and ACT or SAT scores, and we'll take care of the rest.
In addition to the academic and need-based scholarships that are awarded to you during the admissions process, many of the academic programs and departments at The W have separate scholarships that are exclusively for their majors. These scholarships have their own application, deadline, and selection process.
Senior Citizen Scholarship
Senior citizens (age 65+) are eligible for a scholarship that covers tuition.
EMCC Tuition Guarantee
Residents of Lowndes County, Mississippi, who have graduated from East Mississippi Community College are eligible to attend The W tuition-free.
The Office of Admissions is eager to assist you with the scholarship process. Contact us toll free at 877-462-8439.
**All scholarships listed are for undergraduate students only.
Additional Financial Aid Options
For additional information about loans, grants and state aid, contact the Financial Aid Center at 877-462-8439 ext. 7114,
Most scholarships and awards are for a period of one academic year (nine months). However, some at MUW can be renewed for additional academic years, or until graduation, whichever occurs first. All scholarship recipients must maintain continuous fulltime enrollment and earn at least 24 hours per academic year at MUW and maintain a 2.5 or higher MUW cumulative grade point average. Students may receive more than one type of scholarship to attend MUW. However, total MUW award package, including state, federal, institutional, and private funds may not exceed total cost of attendance. Scholarship awards will be adjusted should the total amount exceed this cost.
The total amount of institutional scholarships awarded by the university may not exceed the total cost of tuition, room, board and a book stipend.