Avila University Kansas City, Missouri
Baptist Bible College and Graduate School Springfield, Missouri
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Bryan University Springfield Springfield, Missouri
Calvary Bible College and Theological Seminary Kansas City, Missouri
Central Bible College Springfield, Missouri
Central Christian College of the Bible Moberly, Missouri
Central Methodist University College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Fayette, Missouri
Chamberlain College of Nursing Missouri St. Louis, Missouri
College of the Ozarks Point Lookout, Missouri
Colorado Technical University Kansas City North Kansas City, Missouri
Columbia College Columbia, Missouri
Conception Seminary College Conception, Missouri
Cottey College Nevada, Missouri
Cox College Springfield, Missouri
Crowder College Neosho, Missouri
Culver Stockton College Canton, Missouri
DeVry University Missouri Kansas City, Missouri
Drury University Springfield, Missouri
East Central College Union, Missouri
Evangel University Springfield, Missouri
Fontbonne University Saint Louis, Missouri
Grantham University Kansas City, Missouri
Hannibal LaGrange University Hannibal, Missouri
Harris Stowe State University Saint Louis, Missouri
Hickey College Saint Louis, Missouri
Jefferson College Hillsboro, Missouri
Kansas City Art Institute Kansas City, Missouri
Kenrick Glennon Seminary Saint Louis, Missouri
L'Ecole Culinaire Saint Louis, Missouri
Lincoln University Jefferson City, Missouri
Lindenwood University Saint Charles, Missouri
Linn State Technical College Linn, Missouri
Maryville University of Saint Louis Saint Louis, Missouri
Messenger College Joplin, Missouri
Metro Business College Arnold Arnold, Missouri
Metro Business College Cape Girardeau Cape Girardeau, Missouri
Metro Business College Jefferson City Jefferson City, Missouri
Metro Business College Rolla Rolla, Missouri
Metropolitan Community College Blue River Independence, Missouri
Metropolitan Community College Business & Technology Kansas City, Missouri
Metropolitan Community College Longview Lees Summit, Missouri
Metropolitan Community College Maple Woods Kansas City, Missouri
Metropolitan Community College Penn Valley Kansas City, Missouri
Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Kansas City, Missouri
Mineral Area College Park Hills, Missouri
Missouri Baptist University Saint Louis, Missouri
Missouri Southern State University Joplin, Missouri
Missouri State University Springfield Springfield, Missouri
Missouri State University West Plains West Plains, Missouri
Missouri Tech Saint Charles, Missouri
Missouri University of Science and Technology Rolla, Missouri
Missouri Valley College Marshall, Missouri
Missouri Western State University Saint Joseph, Missouri
Moberly Area Community College Moberly, Missouri
National American University Independence Independence, Missouri
National American University Lee's Summit Lee Summit, Missouri
National American University Zona Rosa Kansas City, Missouri
North Central Missouri College Trenton, Missouri
Northwest Missouri State University Maryville, Missouri
Ozark Christian College Joplin, Missouri
Ozarks Technical Community College Springfield, Missouri
Park University Parkville, Missouri
Pinnacle Career Institute North Kansas City Kansas City, Missouri
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Ranken Technical College Saint Louis, Missouri
Research College of Nursing Kansas City, Missouri
Rockhurst University Kansas City, Missouri
Saint Louis Christian College Florissant, Missouri
Saint Louis Community College Saint Louis, Missouri
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Southeast Missouri Hospital College of Nursing and Health Sciences Cape Girardeau, Missouri
Southeast Missouri State University Cape Girardeau, Missouri
Southwest Baptist University Bolivar, Missouri
St Charles Community College Cottleville, Missouri
St Louis College of Health Careers Fenton Fenton, Missouri
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St Louis College of Pharmacy Saint Louis, Missouri
State Fair Community College Sedalia, Missouri
Stephens College Columbia, Missouri
Stevens Institute of Business & Arts Saint Louis, Missouri
Texas County Technical College Houston, Missouri
Three Rivers Community College Poplar Bluff, Missouri
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University of Central Missouri Warrensburg, Missouri
University of Missouri Columbia Columbia, Missouri
University of Missouri Kansas City Kansas City, Missouri
University of Missouri St Louis Saint Louis, Missouri
University of Phoenix Kansas City Campus Kansas City, Missouri
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Washington University in St Louis Saint Louis, Missouri
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The Purdy Emerging Leaders Scholarship - This scholarship is sponsored by the Missouri Scholarship & Loan Foundation with the express purpose of making higher education more affordable for Missouri families. The scholarship is a merit-based award given to leaders who are in financial need. To qualify you need to be attending a four-year public Missouri school as a sophomore, junior or senior. You need to have at least a 3.0 GPA, and a recommendation from an instructor, counselor, or someone else in a similar position.
Missouri Bankers Foundation Scholarship - Sponsored by the Missouri Bankers Association (AGC), the foundation is designed to help students afford university-level study of something related to Banking. In order to qualify for this scholarship, you need to be a current high school senior with a record demonstrating academic excellence. You also need to have financial need. Your application must be signed by the officer of an MBA member bank.
EVERFI Financial Literacy Scholarship - Sponsored by the Missouri Bankers Association (AGC), this scholarship is intended to encourage financial responsibility and literacy. You must have financial need and be academically accomplished. To qualify you also need to plan on attending university or a junior college the fall after high school graduation. It is further required that you be either currently in the EverFi Financial Literacy Program or have already completed it. The bank officer sponsoring that program has to sign your application.
The Arthur G. Tesar Scholarship - The Arthur G. Tesar Scholarship is sponsored by the Community Foundation of the Ozarks. You're required to go to either Missouri State University or Ozarks Technical College for this one. You need to have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 and have scored at least a 22 on the ACT. You also need to have demonstrated financial need. Preference is given to people not already receiving lots of scholarship money elsewhere. The deadline is March 18.
Missouri Mayflower Society Scholarship - This scholarship is sponsored by the Society of Mayflower Descendants in the State of Missouri. However, you don't need to be a Mayflower descendant yourself. Instead, the scholarship is open to any Missouri resident who is a high school senior planning to begin post-secondary education in the fall after graduation. You will need to prove your citizenship and write an essay related to the topic chosen for that year.
Public Service Officer or Employee's Child Survivor Grant Program - This grant is sponsored by the Missouri Department of Higher Education. The program aims to give tuition assistance to public employees and their families in cases where the public employee was killed or disabled in the line of duty. This applies to all 'public safety' jobs, including police, firefighters, conservation officers, rangers, probation officers, etc. There is no deadline, but they encourage early submission.
Dr. Calvin L. Allen Minority Scholarship - This scholarship is sponsored by the Community Foundation of the Ozarks. The scholarship is given to Minority graduating seniors of Springfield Public High Schools. You must have a GPA of at least 3.0, a record for good attendance, and demonstrated financial need. Preference is given to students from Central High School and/or students who have been active with the Springfield Community Center. .
Dan L. Meisinger, Sr. Memorial Learn to Fly Scholarship - This scholarship is sponsored by the National Air Transportation Association. It's open to Missouri students currently enrolled in a program related to aviation who have at least a 3.0 GPA. Direct applications will be accepted, but it's recommended that you get an aviation professional to recommend you.
Friends of James Beard Scholarships - This scholarship is sponsored by the James Beard Foundation, a non-profit whose mission is to mission is to celebrate our diversity through through culinary education. There are some different scholarships offered by the James Beard Foundation, all of which require that you at least have an academic and professional interest in the culinary arts.
Kids' Chance of Missouri Scholarship - This scholarship is sponsored by Kids' Chance of Missouri. This scholarship is given to students with a parent seriously injured or killed in a work-related injury eligible for compensation according to the Missouri Workers' Compensation Law. The only other qualification is that you be going to an accredited post-secondary institution of any kind. It can be applied to any education-related expenses.
Missouri Higher Education Academic Scholarship - This award is sponsored by the Missouri Department of Higher Education. To qualify for the scholarship, you must be a Missouri resident and U.S. citizen. You also need to have scored within the top 3% of Missouri students on the ACT/SAT. You cannot be studying Theology or Divinity and must be starting college in the academic year following high school graduation.
Tortoise Young Entrepreneurs Scholarship- This award is sponsored by Tortoise Capital Advisors and is intended to encourage the next generation of entrepreneurs. Permanent Missouri residents qualify so long as they are enrolled full-time in an undergraduate program in either Missouri or Kansas. You also need to have a 3.3 GPA and a minimum ACT score of 24. In addition to the normal criteria for evaluation, your application will also be judged by your history of entrepreneurial success and activities.
Access Missouri Financial Assistance Program - This is another grant program sponsored by the Missouri Department of Higher Education. To qualify you'll need to be a U.S. citizen and Missouri resident, a full-time student at a participating undergraduate institution in Missouri, have financial need, and not be pursuing a degree in either Theology or Divinity.
Honorary Luke and Billie Snell Graduate Scholarship Award - This scholarship is sponsored by the American Concrete Institute. To be eligible, you need to have be currently enrolled in an undergraduate program within the boundaries of the ACI Missouri Chapter. You must also be in a department related to concrete materials, design, or construction.
Missouri Torchbearers' Endowment - This scholarship was created by the Missouri State Counsel Past Presidents, also known as the Torchbearers, but is now sponsored by Epsilon Sigma Alpha. ESA runs numerous scholarships in Missouri. To qualify you must be a Missouri resident with at least a 3.0 GPA. You'll be judged primarily on your leadership ability.
Marguerite Ross Barnett Memorial Scholarship - This scholarship is another award given by the Missouri Department of Higher Education.
William R. Kimel, P.E., Engineering Scholarship - This scholarship is sponsored by the National Society of Professional Engineers. The award is available to permanent residents of Missouri currently enrolled as a junior in an ABET-accredited engineering undergraduate program. your college program be either in Missouri or Kansas. Additionally, you'll need two faculty recommendations.
Nolan Moore Foundation Scholarship - This scholarship is sponsored by the Mid-America Printing and Imaging Association. The foundation is designed to encourage students to pursue education and a career in printing technology and management. The award amount varies with what year of undergrad you're in, with seniors receiving the most. Missouri students enrolled in an accredited printing management or technology program.
Kansas City, Missouri Opportunities Scholarship Fund - This scholarship is sponsored by the Greater Kansas City Community Foundation. To be eligible for this scholarship you need to be a resident of Kansas City, Missouri, between the ages of 17 and 25. You also need to already have either your GED or high school diploma. For consideration, your household income must also be at or below 80% of the median Kansas City income. You will also need a letter of recommendation from teacher, counselor, employer, or clergyman.
Hubert Campbell Charitable Foundation Scholarship- This scholarship is given by the Hubert Campbell Charitable Foundation. It's open to Missouri students who are high school seniors with at least a 3.0 GPA. You must have at least a 26 ACT score. You also must have financial need and be enrolled in an accredited Engineering, Health-related, or STEM Education program.
SME Education Foundation Chapter 17 - St. Louis Scholarship - This scholarship is sponsored by SME. It's for undergraduate students from within the boundaries of the St. Louis chapter who are enrolled in Manufacturing Engineering, Industrial Technology or some other manufacturing-related department. You also must possess a GPA of at least 2.5.
Vietnam Veteran Survivor Grant - This grant is given by the Missouri Department of Higher Education. This grant serves spouses and children of men who served in the Vietnam War and died from exposure to chemicals. The serviceman needs to have been a Missouri resident when he left for Vietnam. You need to be enrolled or accepted at a participating Missouri post secondary institution and not be pursuing a degree in Theology or Divinity.
St. Louis Area Mensa's Health Minds Scholarship - This scholarship is sponsored by the Missouri Chapter of American Mensa. It's intended for high school seniors and undergraduate college students from St. Louis. To apply you must be a member, and the best applicants in the local competition are also automatically considered for the national competition as well. You must have at least a 3.0 GPA and be in an accredited Mental Health-related program.
A+ Scholarship - A+ is a Missouri Department of Higher Education program. This program provides college funding for students who've attended A+ participating high schools. You also have to be attending a post-secondary institution that participates in A+. You have to enter into a written agreement with your high school before graduating to qualify. You also need to have at least fifty hours of mentoring and over 95% attendance throughout high school.
Missouri Education and Training Voucher Program Grant - This program is a federally funded and state-administered program designed to give foster kids a better shot at college. To qualify, you need to be eligible for Chafee services. You need to have had your adoption finalized after you turned 16, have less than $10,000 in total assets and have been accepted into an accredited post-secondary program. The money is given on a first come, first, serve basis.
The Greater Kansas City Alumnae Panhellenic - The Alumnae Panhellenic Association of Greater Kansas City sponsors this scholarship. In order for you to qualify, you have to be a member of the NPC sorority and be from the greater Kansas City area. You must be an undergraduate senior or a graduate student with at least 90 hours.
Missouri Corn Scholarship - This scholarship is co-sponsored by both the Missouri Corn Growers Association and the Missouri Corn Merchandising Council. The scholarship is open to high school seniors and college juniors. To qualify you need to be from a rural area in Missouri and studying an Agronomy-related subject. If selected, you must help staff one of the Missouri Corn events.
Missouri State Fair Youth in Agriculture Scholarship - This scholarship is given by a competition at the Missouri State Fair. Missouri high school seniors who are active in FFA are eligible if they plan on pursuing Agriculture at an accredited Missouri college. An award is usually given to dozens of students. The competition is typically held in Sedalia, Missouri, every August. Contact the Missouri State Fair for precise details about when the competition will be hosted next and how to participate.
Jeanne Parker Honorarium Endowment - This grant was created by the Missouri State Council and sponsored by the Epsilon Sigma Alpha Foundation. The award is designed for students who have between a 3.0 and a 3.5 GPA. The factors determining who receives this scholarship are: financial need, scholastic ability and demonstrated leadership qualities.
Henry J. & Lucille J. Straus Scholarship - This scholarship is possible through a grant donation to Gainesville, Missouri, Public Schools. Students must be graduating from Gainesville High School, have at least a 3.2 GPA and have a minimum ACT score of 24. Additionally, you must be planning to attend a private school that you would otherwise not have been able to afford.
J. Kenneth Awbery & Iva M. Awbery Scholarship- This scholarship is provided by the Community Foundation of the Ozarks. To be eligible, you must be a graduating high school senior from a public school in Taney County. You have to have financial need and have graduated in the top half of your class. You also need to be enrolled in either a two or four-year college and must exhibit the quality of good citizenship.
Jack J. Isgur Foundation- The Isgur Foundation seeks to provide financial support for students studying Education at four-year colleges. To qualify you need to be entering your junior year of college and want to teach a subject in the humanities to kids in elementary or middle school. The preference is for students who want to teach eventually in rural, as opposed to metropolitan, Missouri districts.
Samuel Smith Stewart Masonic Scholarship- This scholarship is sponsored by the Grand Lodge of Missouri. You don't need to be a member, though. The scholarship is open to any Missouri high school graduates, irrespective of the program of enrollment, who have a GPA of at least 3.0 and an ACT score of at least 18. Whether you graduated from a public school, a private school or were home-schooled doesn't matter.
Carrie D. Francke Memorial Scholarship - This scholarship is provided by the Women's Network. It is given to women who are at least 21 years of age. To be eligible, you'll need to be a Boone County, Missouri, resident with at least a 3.0 GPA. You can be either part-time or full-time, but you must be a sophomore attending currently attending either Stephens College, University of Missouri, Columbia College, William Woods University, Central Methodist University or Moberly Area Community College.
MCB Scholarship - This Missouri Council of the Blind sponsors this scholarship. The scholarship is awarded to Missouri residents who are legally blind and are enrolled in a post-secondary program. To qualify as legally blind, you must have a documented eyesight of 20/200 or worse in both eyes. Members of the Missouri Council of the Blind will receive 100% of the award whereas nonmembers will only receive 50%.
Greater Kansas City Community Foundation Scholarships - Scholarships are open to students in the Greater Kansas City area. Multiple scholarships available, including scholarships for students in K-12 and current college students. See website for details.
National Rice Month Scholarship - Amount: Up to $4,000 - Scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors in rice-growing states (Arkansas, California, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, and Texas). Applicant must create a video about U.S. rice, National Rice Month, and the importance of rice to their state.
Hagan Scholarships - Amount: Up to $5,000 each semester - Scholarships are open to graduating high school seniors with at least a 3.5 GPA and from a rural area (a county with less than 50,000 people). Applicant must live in an eligible state (see website for details – Middle America) and demonstrate financial need.
Dan L. Meisinger, Sr. Memorial Learn to Fly Scholarship - Amount: $2,500 - Scholarship is open to college students currently enrolled in an aviation program who are high academic achievers with a “B” average or better. Residents of Kansas, Missouri, and Illinois will be given preference.
Harley and Geneva Anderson Memorial Scholarship - Scholarship is open to students who are either a resident of or is enrolled at an educational institution in the Greater Kansas City metropolitan region accepted to study at a high school or college in a Scandinavian Country (Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland or Iceland), or be a full-time student that resides in a Scandinavian country accepted to study at a high school or college in the Greater Kansas City metropolitan region.
Kelly Lynn Lutz Memorial Scholarship - Amount: $2,000 - Scholarship is open to current college students in Kansas and Missouri who have lost at least one parent (biological or non) to cancer before the age of 22. Applicant must have an interest in education, arts, environment, math, or science.
LNESC Emergency Scholarship Fund - Amount: Up to $500 - Scholarship is open to students facing economic hardship, such as change in family income/support, loss of job, death of an immediate family member, natural disaster, pending eviction or home foreclosure, burglary or fire.