Actuarial Science Scholarship Application
The Morgan State University (MSU) School of Actuarial Science will present a scholarship in the amount of $5,000 to incoming freshmen accepted into the Actuarial Science program. This opportunity aims to support underserved students with financial need, help promote educational opportunities for youth facing systemic barriers to higher education, to reward students for exemplary performance in math/analytics, and to reward those who demonstrate a passion for pursuing a career in Actuarial Science.

The $5,000 scholarship award is renewable annually for 4 years.
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