The Nana Korsah Memorial Award:
In memory of Dr. Nana Korsah, the MSA Program and the College of Graduate Students are soliciting contributions to support a student award.
A scholar and educator, Dr. Korsah served as director of the Master of Science in Administration Program from June 2009 to June 2012. A native of Ghana, he was fiercely proud of his country and actively recruited Ghanian graduates student to come to CMU.
Dr. Korsah was equally as proud of the MSA Program and plans that he initiated for new concentrations and international initiatives continue. A warm, generous and caring man who called everyone "friend", he is missed by his colleagues and students.
Central Michigan University faculty and staff can contribute to the award fund via donations to the Annual University Campaign. The Campaign takes place October 15, 2012 through December 14, 2012. The University will match gifts and pledges with $1 for every $2 donated.
In order to donate through the Annual University Campaign, please click on the following link: GIVE TO AUC (requires login ID and password)
Non-CMU donors can send checks (payable to Central Michigan University) directly to:
Central Michigan University
Attn: Nana Korsah Memorial Award
Carlin Alumni House
Mount Pleasant, MI 48859
Recipients of the award will be selected on a competitive basis with preference going to a first year international MSA student. Preference will be given to MSA students from Ghana or other African countries.
The MSA Graduate Merit Award
(We will accept applications for summer 2015 between May 1 and May 15, 2015)
The MSA Graduate Merit Award fillable form.docx
New! Resident tuition awards for non-Michigan residents King/Chavez/Parks FellowshipAlumni Legacy ProgramChildren of Central Michigan University alumni who live outside Michigan are eligible to attend CMU for in-state tuition rates through the university's alumni legacy program. To be considered for the special tuition rate, prospective students should fill out the section of the admissions application that asks for their parents' names, Social Security numbers and dates of attendance at CMU.