Scholarships for New Students

George and Geraldine Warmbrod Scholarship

Application Deadline:  March 31 Annually

Through a generous donation by George and Geraldine Warmbrod, renewable scholarships of up to $4500 per year are available to Bloomington Kennedy High School graduates attending Normandale Community College.Eligible students apply by completing and submitting the general scholarship application to their counselor at Bloomington Kennedy High School.  Application packets are available for pick-up at the Bloomington Kennedy High School Counseling Office.

To be eligible for consideration for this Scholarship you must:

  • Be a resident of Bloomington, MN at the time of application.
  • Be a senior attending Bloomington Kennedy High School.
  • Be accepted for admission to Normandale Community College.
  • Have satisfactory academic standing. 
  • Have a postive recommendation from a High School teacher.
  • Submit personal statement (essay) and student resume.
  • Enroll full-time at Normandale Community College.
  • Have completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) & submit your Student Aid Report (SAR) with application. 

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Academy of Math and Science Scholars

What is the Academy of Math and Science?

The Academy of Math and Science at Normandale Community College is a program that provides selected students with keys to success:

  • A Scholarship of up to $3000 (less other federal/state grants received) for each cohort member to minimize the need for student loans or working
  • A Mentor for personal guidance and tutoring
  • A Cohort, or group, of students for peer support

Who is the Academy looking for?

The Normandale Community College Academy of Math and Science is looking for students who have an interest in math, science, or any of the STEM courses, but may lack the finances or the confidence to pursue a college education.  We especially want to support students in the following categories:

  • Students of color
  • Students of economic disadvantage
  • Students of immigrant parents who are themselves immigrants to the United States
  • Students whose parents did not attend college
  • Other interested students should also apply 

Selected students must major in science, technology, engineering or math or be studying in the teacher education program with a declared math or science middle school specialty.

Selected students must make a 2-year commitment to the program.

Student continuation in the program is evaluated each semester and is based on academic performance, participation in cohort activities and mentoring meetings.

For complete information and the online scholarship application, visit the Academy of Math and Science website.

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