Scholarship FAQ's

Who can Apply for MTNT Foundation Scholarships?

To be eligible for MTNT Foundation scholarships, applicants must:

  • Be enrolled to MTNT, Limited or be the child of an original enrollee
  • Be accepted to an accredited college, university, technical or vocational school
  • Be enrolled in a program that is at least six weeks or 120 hours long
  • Maintain a minimum grade point average of 2.0 for undergraduate students, 3.0 for graduate or master’s degree students, or 3.25 for specialists or doctorate students

If a new student applies with a GPA below these criteria, the student will be placed on probation for the first funding period.  If a returning student’s GPA falls below these criteria during any funding period, the student will be placed on probation.  If the student fails to increase his/her cumulative GPA to the minimum level during the probation period, sequential funding will be canceled and the student must successfully complete a semester on his/her own before reapplying for funding.

What kind of scholarships does MTNT Foundation offer and when do I apply?

MTNT Foundation offers basic vocational scholarships. Awards range from $500 per semester for part-time students to $1,000 per semester for full-time or vocational students.

Basic Scholarships

Basic scholarships are for students enrolled in a degree program, at an accredited school, either part time or full time.  There are three deadlines: applications must be postmarked by 5 p.m. on March 15 (for the summer semester), July 15 (for the fall semester) and December 15 (for the spring semester).

Vocational Scholarships

Vocational scholarships are for those students enrolled in a one-­year to three-­year certificate or associate's degree program. This scholarship has the same deadlines as the Basic Scholarship.

Short-­Term, Vocational Scholarships

Short-­Term, Vocational Scholarships are specifically for individuals who do not meet the criteria for part-­time student status, but who want to attend a short-­term, vocational course or program of study or certification. Students will receive funding equal to the cost of the course, not to exceed $800, and may receive funding once per year.

How Do I Apply?

To apply applicants must submit:

  • A completed Scholarship Application Form
  • A completed Release & Consent Form
  • A letter of acceptance from the school he/she will be attending
  • Official transcripts sent directly from the school

Applications may be faxed, but all originals still need to be mailed.

Continuing Students Must:

  • Submit an application, transcripts, or progress reports for Vocational Students and proof of enrollment for each funding period
  • Submit Certificates upon completion of Program

For more information, contact our office toll free at 1-877-238-6868 or locally at 907-524-3391 or email