Resources for Students
On average, students with a high school diploma earn less over a lifetime than college graduates. Those without a high school diploma make even less over their lifetime.
The good news is that with financial aid, grants, and scholarships, college can be affordable for everyone, with many students earning a degree with little to no debt. An associate degree significantly increases potential wage earnings and it only continues to increase with advanced degrees. Montana is seeing an increase need for degrees in health occupations (nursing, dental assistants, etc.) and manufacturing and technology occupations (welding, mechanics, etc.).
- Reach Higher Montana
- American Indian College Fund
- Financial Aid for Minority Students
- MoneyGeek Scholarships
- Tribal Higher Ed
- MUS Scholarship Toolkit
- 45+ College Scholarships for Minority Students
You can find even more scholarships and career resources on our LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/MT_Educational_Talent_Search