The Oﬃce of Diversity and Inclusion Morrill Scholars Program
Morrill Scholars Program 2014 - College Confidential
Ms. Canarsky has been awarded the Morrill Scholars ProgramProminence Scholarship from Ohio State University's Office ofMinority Affairs, the National Buckeye Scholarship, and the ProvostScholarship, all courtesy from Ohio State University, where she willbe attending college next year. All of her tuition will be covered.
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To be considered for the Morrill Scholars Program, students must indicate their interest in MSP and complete the MSP essay on Ohio State’s supplement to the Common Application. The Common Application and Ohio State Supplement must be submitted by February 1, 2013. Students are encouraged to apply early; the sooner an applicant is admitted to the university, the more quickly he or she can be considered for MSP.
The Morrill Scholars Program (MSP) is named in honor of Senator Justin Morrill, author of the 1862 Morrill Act that facilitated access to higher education for students previously underrepresented at America’s colleges. The Office of Minority Affairs offers this program to promote diversity, multiculturalism, and scholarship and to enrich the educational experience of all Ohio State students so they will be prepared for optimum success in the world community. We expect all of our scholarship recipients to actively participate in cultural and multicultural events, activities, and organizations to help build a diverse community that utilizes our collective strengths, talents, leadership, and interests to foster an environment where all can reach their full potentials.Teaching students about the land grant mission of the university through a special program for land grant scholars is unique to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Its director hopes the UNL Morrill Scholars Program grows so hundreds of students can learn about the system founded to provide education to all people, as well as the service and leadership traits of the man who established the system.