Receive up to $40,000 over four years or $10,000 per year to MidAmerica Nazarene University.
Did you know that now (yes, now) is when you start earning scholarships for college? The MidAmerica Nazarene University RaiseMe micro-scholarship program assigns monetary values to your high school achievements. Create an online portfolio to log your GPA, classes and other college prep activities—and track your progress toward MNU scholarships.
MNU’s partnership with RaiseMe is a way for us to recognize your everyday achievements and allow you to start locking in scholarships for college beginning in 9th grade. You can achieve up to $10,000 per year, which will be part of your MNU scholarship and financial aid award. Once you are accepted, you’ll be awarded the MNU scholarships that you earned on RaiseMe. RaiseMe scholarships represents the guaranteed minimum total of scholarship or grant aid from MNU.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Take an Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate class
- Get an A
- Take an honors or college-level course
- Take the PSAT
- Get involved in extracurricular activities
- Participate in community service
- Come for a campus visit
- Complete the FAFSA
Yes! We partnered with RaiseMe to allow you to lock in scholarships to MidAmerica Nazarene University earlier in high school and help you see how much we would love to have you at MNU. When we award student scholarships on RaiseMe, we are guaranteeing these scholarships will be included in your merit or financial aid package after you are admitted.
Students who are in grades 9, 10, 11 or 12 and attend high school in the United States can use RaiseMe with MidAmerica Nazarene University right now.
MidAmerica Nazarene University’s RaiseMe micro-scholarships are available for incoming freshman who reside within the United States. MNU’s micro-scholarships are not available for international, online-only, part-time, transfer or returning students.
You begin by creating an account at raise.me/join/mnu. Once you have an account, make sure you are following MidAmerica Nazarene University and add achievements such as grades, extracurricular activities and leadership positions to your portfolio.
Yes. You can fill in your high school portfolio retroactively with achievements going back to the start of 9th grade, and will be eligible to earn scholarships as if you had been using RaiseMe since 9th grade. The more complete your portfolio is, the more opportunities you have to earn micro-scholarships. Remember, that MidAmerica Nazarene University micro-scholarships are locked in and cannot be changed after November 15th of your senior year.
You should add achievements as frequently as you can throughout high school. Adding achievements to your portfolio increases your eligibility for locking in scholarships from MidAmerica Nazarene University.
No. Micro-scholarships are not transferrable between different colleges. You can only use the scholarships that you earn from one school toward the cost of attending that same college—not to any other school.
You should add all of your courses from grades 9 through 12 in order for MidAmerica Nazarene University to award you the correct amount in scholarships.
The RaiseMe scholarship amount just represents the guaranteed minimum total of scholarship or grant aid from MNU. It could be you’re actually eligible for larger amounts of money in scholarships or grants based on your FAFSA and other information. Your financial aid package will always at least include the minimum amount you locked in on RaiseMe, but if you’re eligible for additional grants and scholarships, it could include much more.
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Pioneer Pledge: Providing peace of mind about the cost of an MNU education
At MidAmerica Nazarene University, we’re committed to working with you to ensure that the cost of your college education isn’t an obstacle to your future goals. That's where the Pioneer Pledge, our loan repayment assistance program, comes in. If your income after graduation from MNU is modest (under $40,000), Pioneer Pledge helps you repay your educational loans. Learn More.