MURP Aid & Scholarships
The Humphrey School is pleased to offer a variety of scholarships and fellowships which are made possible through generous friends and alumni of the School. The following awards do not require an additional application from incoming students unless otherwise noted.
Robert and Paula Barrie Fellowship in International Trade and Public Policy
This fellowship is for students who intend to study issues of international trade, international development, and public policy.
Francis Humphrey Howard
This award is intended to provide first year support for an incoming student planning to pursue a career in public service.
Gerald W. Heaney
Applicants must be from Duluth or Northeastern Minnesota.
Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowships and Scholarships
These scholarships are given to full time students for their two years of study, and may vary in amount
Peace Corps/Coverdell Fellowship
These awards are intended to support Returning Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCV), and vary in amount, structure, and length. The Humphrey School/Coverdell Fellowship requires recipients to give back to the community, in the spirit of continuing their Peace Corps service in a domestic setting
Joseph Robbie Fellowship/Scholarship in Metropolitan Government and Planning
This award is designed for students planning to pursue a career in metropolitan or regional government or planning.
Charles R. Krusell Fellowship in Community Development
Economically disadvantaged and underrepresented students interested in the fields of housing and community development are encouraged to apply for this fellowship, which includes financial aid and professional development.
Martin Olav Sabo Fellowship
This award is for students from historically underrepresented applicant populations with demonstrated financial need who have overcome economic or educational disadvantages to achieve success in scholarship and leadership that will increase the diversity of views and experiences represented in the Humphrey School student body.
Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) Fellowship Program
The PPIA is for students from groups who are underrepresented in leadership positions in government, nonprofits, international organizations and other institutional settings. The awards vary in amount and structure.
This scholarship varies in amount, structure and length.