The primary objective of MESG is to provide educational opportunities for high-achieving high school students who wish to pursue postsecondary education in the state. A recipient may receive MESG up to 8 semesters (12 trimesters) or degree completion, whichever comes first. MESG awards up to $2,500 per academic year, but awards may not exceed tuition and required fees. No student may receive undergraduate grant aid through more than one state-supported undergraduate grant program in the same term of enrollment. Some application notes: New applicants and some renewal applicants with a break in enrollment will be required to submit two forms of residency documentation (example: FAFSA, MS driver's license, state tax return, etc.). National ACT score requirement for entering freshman is a minimum of 29 (1350 for SAT). Application Dates: October 1 September 15. Supporting Documents Deadline: October 15 (following September 15 application deadline).
1st Financial Bank USA wants to celebrate those who recognize the importance of pursuing educational and financial goals with the 1st Financial Bank USA Financial Goals Scholarship.