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Athletic Scholarship Estimator

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Are you ranked in the top 10% of your high school graduating class?
You may enter up to two decimal places (3.2 or 3.25). If your school reports a weighted and unweighted GPA, please enter the higher of the two.
*2016 or later test. If you have not taken the SAT but plan to, please enter your best guess of what you expect to score. If you will not be taking the SAT, please skip. If you take the test more than once, the sum may be comprised of the best component results from multiple tests.
If you have not taken the ACT but plan to, please enter your best guess of what you expect to score. If you will not be taking the ACT, please skip
This is the sum of your english, math, reading and science sub scores. If you take the test more than once, the best sub score from each test can be used.
Do you have a parent or grandparent who is a Northern Michigan University alumnus?
NMU's Residency Policy allows non-Michigan resident dependent children and grandchildren of NMU Alumni who earned an associate or higher degree to be considered a Michigan resident for tuition rate purposes and pay in-state rates. Find details and link to form at nmu.edu/residency. (Qualifying for this benefit changes eligibility for any non-resident scholarships.) More Information
Are you, or your spouse or parent, a military veteran or active duty service member?
Veterans or those currently serving in the United States Armed Forces, and their covered individuals, receive resident-equivalent tuition rates. For more information see nmu.edu/residency.