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Michigan will always be a part of you—no matter where life takes you. When Victor Arribas (class of 2015) interned at Morgan Stanley in Manhattan, he noticed something right away. “For the other dozen or so interns, no one had the connection to their school, the passion, I feel for U of M.” During your years on campus, you will not only contribute to an amazing community of learners, but you will also develop lifelong friendships. Because this is where you will Hail from.
To ensure that our community of Leaders and Best remains vibrant and intellectually stimulating, the Alumni Association created the LEAD Scholarships to reward leadership, excellence, achievement and diversity.
LEAD grants four-year financial scholarships to admitted students with community support from fellow scholars, staff, university resources, past scholars, alumni and friends dedicated to building the next generation of Wolverines
- Be an incoming freshman
- Authorize consideration for scholarships on their U-M application
- Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident
- Enroll full time
- Have undergraduate status
- Earn a high school GPA of 3.5 or higher
- Have an SAT total score of 1820 or higher or an ACT score of 27 or higher
- By enrolling, enhance diversity in terms of race, gender, or ethnicity
Please note: Students who do not meet the GPA and/or test score thresholds may still be considered for the scholarship.
To continue receiving the Alumni Association LEAD Scholarship in their second through fourth years of study, students must maintain good academic standing defined as a U-M GPA of 2.0 or higher. In addition, scholars are expected to participate in the LEAD community by attending 2-4 LEAD events per year.