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The Regional Analysis Scholars Program provides scholarship awards to students who have demonstrated scholastic excellence. Awards range from $1,000 to $6,000 and are based on your ACT composite score and grade point average. Specific information on criteria, levels of support, and renewal criteria are published in MSU's Scholarships and Awards. Contact Dr. Stephen Lange, Associate Dean of the School of Public Affairs, for more information, or call (606) 783-5420.

For more information about financial aid available at MSU, contact the Office of Financial Aid, Morehead State University, 305 Howell-McDowell, Morehead, KY 40351-1689. The phone number is (606) 783-2011, or call toll-free at 1-800-585-6781, or you can also visit them online.


We have scholarships, fellowships, and assistantships available for qualified full and part-time students.


Full-time Scholarships 
Tuition scholarships may be received based upon academic merit. 
Applications must be completed and are reviewed by April 30. 

Graduate Assistantships 
Graduate assistantships or research assistantships range from $10,000 up to $18,000 and provide the opportunity to work with faculty on research projects for up to 20 hrs/wk. Graduate assistantships do not include tuition remission at Morehead State University. 

Research Assistantships 
These are competitive based upon academic merit. Applications must be completed and are reviewed by April 30. These applications are submitted to the Graduate Program Director by email or via the School of Public Affairs office, Combs 110F. 

Part-time Scholarships 
Qualified part-time students may receive scholarships of up to $500. 

Research Positions 
Students may be hired to assist faculty with ongoing research projects. Contact MPA Director Michael Hail at (606) 783-5419 to discuss current opportunities. 

You can also contact the Department for information or an interview:

Dr. Stephen J. Lange
Associate Dean
School of Public Affairs 
Phone: 606-783-5419 

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