About the Scholarship

Governor Guinn Millennium Scholarship was initiated in the year 1999 and enacted by the Nevada Legislature. Governor Guinn’s Scholarship program helps students to pursue their higher education without having to face any financial obstacles.
In 2011, the Nevada Legislature duly approved the Law Senate Bill number 220, and thus the KCG Memorial Millennium Scholarship came into being. This scholarship has been provided to two students who are eligible according to the criteria of the Governor Millennium Scholarship.

Amount and Awards for Governor Guinn Millennium Scholarship

  • As per the official website, the Millennium Scholarship is known to pay a maximum of $80 per 15 non-remedial credits every semester.

  • An award of $60 is awarded per credit is provided at the state colleges in Nevada, and for the upper-level community college courses.

  • An additional of $40 for each credit is available at NSHE community colleges.

Basic Requirements for Governor Guinn Millennium Scholarship

  • The applicant must be a Millennium Scholar.

  • The applicant must be entering into the final year of the academic course in the particular institution.

  • The applicants must be majoring in Elementary or Secondary Education and must be determined to pursue teaching as a profession.

  • The applicant must be pursuing education without any break.

  • The applicant must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.5 on a scale of 4.

  • The applicant must have a remarkable record in academics as well as community service.

  • The applicant must be committed to continuing as a teacher in Nevada upon graduation.

Deadlines for Governor Guinn Millennium Scholarship

The application process commences every year at the beginning of February through April 1st. The deadline to apply for the Governor Guinn Millennium Scholarship is by the midnight of last day.


Eligibility Criteria

  • The student must be an eligible Millenium Scholar.

  • The student should maintain a minimum GPA of 3.5.

  • The applicant should state commitment to teaching in Nevada after graduation.