Detroit’s Kid Rock is teaming up with Wayne State University to establish a scholarship for music students at the school.

The $25,000 scholarship is being funded through sales of a limited edition t-shirt, jointly created and marketed by Wayne State and Kid Rock’s Made In Detroit Clothing Company.

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 The scholarship is open to full or part time undergrad or grad students majoring in music. A minimum grade point average is not required, but recipients must demonstrate financial need and be Michigan residents.

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Students can apply for Kid Rock’s Made In Detroit Scholarship at this link:  http://www.cfpca.wayne.edu/madeindetroit.pdf.

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