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"MBS, having only been 8 days long, opened many doors and is still, today, one of the most memorable events in my life."

-- Daniel H. Crouse '81
Lake Ozark, MO

College Credit

College CreditSuccessful completion of American Legion Boys State of Missouri qualifies a citizen to apply for two (2) or three (3) hours of college credit from University of Central Missouri.

Qualified citizens will be contacted by the University of Central Missouri in the Fall following their participation in the program. Each qualified citizen should receive a letter, as well as multiple emails and texts explaining the application process and deadlines to sign-up for these credits. Deadlines will be strictly enforced.

Visit UCM's Missouri Boys State Website for qualification criteria, forms and deadlines. For additional assistance call (660) 543-4876 or dualcredit@ucmo.edu.

 

 

 

 

Did you know...
Every citizen who attends Missouri Boys State is eligible for over $2 million dollars in scholarships from Missouri colleges and universities. In addition, two (2) or three (3) hours of college credit are available from the University of Central Missouri.

 

The Harley Wyatt Memorial Scholarship Program

 

Participants who successfully complete The American Legion Missouri Boys State program in its entirety and finish in good standing will be eligible to apply for the following scholarship opportunities:

Citizen of the Week
1 at $10,000

During the 2017 session of Boys State, a "Citizen of the Week" will be selected to receive the 40/8 Kickapoo Voiture Locale 760 Wayne Gregory Memorial Scholarship of $2,500 per year for up to 4 years to cover costs and fees, payable to a College or University of the recipient’s choice. Must meet requirements as published by the MBS Memorial Trust, including a 3.0 GPA, and return as a staff member of Boys State annually.   One time scholarships will also be awarded to the first alternate ($2,500), second alternate ($1,500), and five ($500).

 

   

Governor's Scholarship
1 at $500

The citizen elected as the Missouri Boys State Governor is eligible to receive a $500 scholarship from The American Legion Scholarship Committee, payable to a College or University of the recipient’s choice.  Must meet requirements including returning the following year as a staff member and successfully performing his executive duties as Governor.

 

   

The American Legion
Samsung Scholarship

Potential to Earn $20,000 Scholarship

Each participant who successfully completes the 2017 session of Missouri Boys State and meets the scholarship criteria is eligible to apply for the Samsung/American Legion Scholarship.  Applicant must be a direct descendant (i.e., son, grandson, great-grandson, etc. or legally adopted) of a U.S. veteran who served on active duty during at least one of the periods of war indicated on the application.  Documentation showing the veteran served on active duty during eligibility period(s) is required. Accepted forms of documentation are listed here.

Deadline:  11:59 P.M., June 17, 2017.  One national finalist will be selected from the applications received from participants of Missouri Boys State. The Missouri national finalist will then compete against nearly 100 other national finalists selected from the Boys State and Girls State programs for one of approximately ten national scholarships with a value of $20,000 each.  The remaining national finalists will each receive a scholarship at an amount to be determined by the National Committee. 

Frequently Asked Questions about the Samsung American Legion Application

Military Service Verification Documents List

Samsung Application

ATTENTION!!

- Pay close attention to scholarship application deadline.  Applications CANNOT be submitted past the deadline.

- The application MUST BE ELECTRONICALLY COMPLETED AND SUBMITTED NO LATER THAN 11:59 P.M., JUNE 17, 2017 to be considered.

- To obtain a copy of a veteran's service record, you may visit the following link to access the forms needed to request military personnel records:  www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records/.  You may also contact your local American Legion Post.

For more information contact:

 

Bettie Rusher
Missouri Boys State Headquarters
P.O. Box 667
Warrensburg MO 64093
(877) 342-5627
bettie.rusher@moboysstate.org
http://www.moboysstate.org

   

American Legion Scholarships
Various opportunities

$1,000 Lillie Lois Ford Scholarship (2 awards)

$750 M.D. “Jack” Murphy Scholarship (1 award - renewable)

$500 Charles L. Bacon Memorial Scholarship (2 awards)

$500 Erman W. Taylor Memorial Scholarship (2 awards)

$500 Joseph J. Frank Scholarship (5 awards)

$500 Charles W. Mickey Scholarship (1 award)

$500 Shane Dean Voyles Memorial Scholarship (1 award)

Applications and additional criteria are available through high school counselors or on the American Legion Department of Missouri website at www.missourilegion.org/molegion_019.htm and may be duplicated as needed.  The annual application deadline for Legion Scholarships is April 20.  Questions should be directed to John Buckwalter.  Mail applications to:  The American Legion Department of Missouri, Attn:  Education and Scholarship Committee, P.O. Box 179, Jefferson City, MO 65102.  

 

John Buckwalter
(660) 627-4713 or (573) 893-2353

   

Baker University
Number and Amount of Scholarships Vary - $500 on top of academic scholarship

As a student demonstrating leadership and character, students who have participated in the Missouri Boys State Program meet these criteria for academic scholarship consideration.  Students must be admitted as full-time degree seeking students at the College of Arts and Sciences in Baldwin City, KS before scholarship consideration.  The academic scholarship amounts vary based on academic profile of the student. 

 

Jeanne Mott
Senior Director of Financial Aid
618 8th Street
P.O. Box 65
Baldwin City KS 66006
(785) 594-4595
jeanne.mott@bakerU.edu
http://www.bakerU.edu

   

Central Christian College of the Bible
First 100 at $30,000 (total value over eight semesters) - Renewable

Central Christian College of the Bible will award a Full Tuition Scholarship to the first 100 qualified incoming freshmen who have demonstrated leadership experience at Missouri Boys State and meet admission criteria.  The total amount of Missouri Boys State scholarships provided is equal to $3,000,000 in student scholarships.

The scholarship is renewable, up to four years, for recipients maintaining scholarship requirements including full-time status and a “C” average.  Scholarships also available for part-time students.

Any student who has attended Missouri Boys State may also use the following code to have their $50 application fee waived.  Simply go to www.cccb.edu/apply and then enter this code:  BoysState2016RCrzxq in the waiver box.

 

Rocky Christensen
Executive Director of Admissions
911 Urbandale Drive
Moberly MO 65270
(417) 540-0672 or (888) 263-3900 ext 123
RockyChristensen@cccb.edu
http://www.cccb.edu

   

Central Methodist University
Number Varies - $2,500 each - Renewable

Central Methodist University offers a Civic Engagement Award.  Service is a distinguishing feature of the Central Methodist University education.  The Civic Engagement program brings together mission and action, as students learn to lead through service.  Students who have a passion for engaging their communities, wish to have opportunities for leadership in serving, and want to belong to a group of excited and engaged individuals are welcome to apply for this opportunity.  As members of the Civic Engagement program, students will be eligible to receive a scholarship award of $2,500 each academic year and will be provided leadership opportunities through the Office of Civic Engagement via developing service projects on and off campus.  In order to be eligible for this award an individual in good academic standing with the University, must complete a CMU Civic Engagement Application, complete a personal interview with the Director of the Center for Faith and Service and meet specific expectations.  To apply go to:  www.centralmethodist.edu/finaid/scholarships.php.

 

Jennifer Shepard
Associate Director of Admission
411 Central Methodist Square
Fayette MO 65248
(660) 248-6216
jshepard@centralmethodist.edu
http://www.centralmethodist.edu

   

Columbia College
10 at $1,000 to $1,500 each - Renewable

Students indicating participation in Missouri Boys State are eligible for consideration for Leadership Awards.  Must submit a resume of leadership activities upon admittance to the college.  Award is renewable with participation in leadership development activities including involvement in a minimum of two Columbia College organizations.

 

Stephanie Johnson
Director, Admissions
1001 Rogers Street
Columbia MO 65216
(573) 875-7357
sgjohnson@ccis.edu
http://www.ccis.edu

   

Crowder College
Unlimited Scholarships - Renewable

Leadership Scholarships are awarded to high school graduates ranking in the top 15% of their class or scoring 25 or higher on the ACT.  The scholarship is renewable for up to 3 semesters if the student maintains a 3.0 GPA or higher each semester.  The students must be enrolled in and complete at least 12 credit hours each semester and be a citizen of 2015 Missouri Boys State.

 

Michele McQuality
Financial Aid/Scholarships Assistant
601 Laclede
Neosho MO 64850
(417) 455-5678
michelevelten@crowder.edu
http://www.crowder.edu

   

Culver-Stockton College
5 at $1,000 each - Renewable

Culver-Stockton College will award five $1,000 scholarships to eligible incoming freshmen who participated in the 2016 Missouri Boys State and have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement.  Applicants must be admitted to Culver-Stockton College in good standing.  The scholarship is renewable with a 3.0 GPA. Acceptance deadline is January 1, 2017.  

 

Tina Wiseman
Director of Financial Aid
One College Hill
Canton MO 63435
(573) 288-6308
twiseman@culver.edu
http://www.culver.edu

   

Fontbonne University
5 up to $2,000 each - Renewable

Fontbonne University will offer up to 5 Boys State Alumni Scholarships in an amount of up to $2,000 per academic year.  Scholarship is renewable for 4 years with a 2.5 cumulative GPA.  Must be a citizen of Missouri Boys State.  Based on past academic performance and completion of Boys State program.

 

Michelle Palumbo
Associate Vice President for Admissions
6800 Wydown Blvd.
East Building 118G
Clayton MO 63105
(800) 205-5862 or (314) 889-1492
MPalumbo@fontbonne.edu
http://www.fontbonne.edu

   

Hannibal-LaGrange University
Unlimited at $500 per year - Renewable

Hannibal-LaGrange University is pleased to offer a Missouri Boys State scholarship to students who are Missouri Boys State participants.  Students who participated in Missouri Boys State are eligible to receive a $500 per year renewable scholarship.  Students must be admitted to Hannibal-LaGrange University as a full-time degree seeking student before scholarship consideration will be given.

 

Brice Baumgardner
Director of Financial Aid
2800 Palmyra Road
Hannibal MO 63401
(800) HLG-1119
bbaumgardner@hlg.edu
http://www.hlg.edu

   

Lindenwood University
10 at $5,000 each - Renewable

($5,000 Lindenwood University Character Grant)
Recipients must be a Boys State citizen, must meet admission standards, and enroll as a full-time residential, undergraduate student at Lindenwood University.

 

Kristen Revis
Director, Day Admissions
209 S. Kingshighway
St. Charles MO 63301
(636) 949-4338
KRevis1@lindenwood.edu
http://www.lindenwood.edu

   

Missouri Baptist University
5 at $1,500 each - Renewable

Missouri Baptist University, in recognition of outstanding achievements of students completing the Missouri Boys State program, will award five scholarships valued at $1,500 each per academic year.  Applicants must be admitted to the University before applying for the scholarship.  Each scholarship is renewable each year, but the student must maintain a 2.8 GPA or better to be eligible for renewal.

 

Cynthia Sutton
Director of Admissions
Office of Admissions
One College Park Drive
St. Louis MO 63141
(314) 392-2291
SuttonC@mobap.edu
http://www.mobap.edu

   

Missouri Southern State University
10 at $800 each - Renewable

High School graduates, who are Missouri Boys State Citizens and score 26 or above composite score on the ACT Placement Test may receive the MSSU Boys State Scholarship valued at $800 per year.  It is renewable up to 8 semesters if the student completes at least 24 credit hours for the Fall and Spring semesters combined with a 3.0 Overall/Cumulative GPA at the end of each Spring semester.  Students must be enrolled full-time and use this scholarship within one year after graduation.  The MSSU Boys State Scholarship will apply toward tuition and CAN be combined with other academic scholarships.

 

Bethany Newsom
Scholarship Counselor
3950 E. Newman Road
Joplin MO 64801
(417) 625-3161
Newsom-b@mssu.edu
http://www.mssu.edu

   

Missouri State University
5 at $1,000 each

Missouri State University will offer up to 5 awards of $1,000 each year to entering freshmen who participated in Boys State.  To be chosen for this competitive award, students must have both a solid academic record and a strong record of leadership.  This award is non-renewable.  It can be combined with other Missouri State awards and scholarships with the exception of the Presidential, University, Governors, and Inclusive Excellence scholarships.  Students must apply for admission, submit the General and Departmental Scholarship Application, and provide verification of Boys State attendance to the Office of Student Financial Aid by March 1 of their senior year.  Standard policies with respect to scholarship eligibility, available online at www.missouristate.edu/financialaid, apply to this award.

 

Heather King
Director of Scholarships - Enrollment Management
Carrington Hall 304
901 S. National
Springfield MO 65897
(417) 836-5262
financialaid@missouristate.edu
http://www.missouristate.edu

   

Missouri University of Science and Technology
1 at $500

One student who participated in Missouri Boys State is eligible to receive a $500 scholarship.  Students can apply through Missouri S&T's AcademicWorks scholarship database at: scholarships.mst.edu.  Students will need to prepare a letter to upload, expressing an interest in being considered for the Missouri S&T sponsored scholarship, which should include leadership qualities.  Financial need may be taken into consideration in selecting the recipient, so students are encouraged to complete a FAFSA at www.fafsa.gov.  The recipient for this scholarship will be informed in writing by April 15.

 

Missouri S&T Student Financial Assistance
G-1 Parker Hall
300 West 13th Street
Rolla MO 65409
(800) 522-0938
sfa@mst.edu
http://www.mst.edu

   

Missouri Valley College
Unlimited at $10,000 each - Renewable

($1,860 also available in grant work)
Each recipient would also be eligible for $1,860 work grant.  Requirements:  Be a citizen of 2016 Boys State.  Awards are renewable on condition of remaining in good standing with the college academically and socially.

 

Tennille Langdon
Director of Admissions
500 E. College
Marshall MO 65340
(660) 831-4157
langdont@moval.edu
http://www.moval.edu

   

Missouri Western State University
5 at $1,000 each

Five non-renewable scholarships in the amount of $1,000 will be offered to first-time freshmen who are enrolled as full-time students and were citizens of the previous academic year at Missouri Boys State.  Deadline - Priority March 1.  Complete the General Scholarship Application.

 

Marilyn Baker
Director of Financial Aid
4525 Downs Drive
Eder Hall, Room 103
St. Joseph MO 64507
(816) 271-4361
finaid@missouriwestern.edu
http://www.missouriwestern.edu

   

North Central Missouri College
Up to 2 at $500 each

Scholarships will be awarded to incoming freshmen who have attended Missouri Boys State and selection will be based on academic merit.  Applicants must apply for admission to NCMC and complete the NCMC Scholarship Application.  Scholarship recipients will receive notification by May 15th.

 

Kimberly Meeker
Financial Aid Director
1301 Main
Trenton MO 64683
(660) 359-3948
KMeeker@mail.ncmissouri.edu
http://www.ncmissouri.edu

   

Northwest Missouri State University
5 at $1,000 each

Northwest Missouri State University will award five $1,000 scholarships to incoming first-time freshmen who have attended Boys State.  Selection will be based on leadership and academic merit.  Applicant must indicate participation in Missouri Boys State on the admissions application and be admitted to Northwest Missouri State University by February 1, 2017.  In addition, the applicant must submit a list of activities and leadership positions held during Boys State directly to the Office of Financial Assistance.  The applicant must also complete the Standard Scholarship Application.  This award is not renewable.

 

Melissa Mincy
Financial Assistance Coordinator
800 University Drive
Northwest Missouri State University
Maryville MO 64468
(660) 562-1139 or (660) 562-1363
Finaid@nwmissouri.edu
http://www.nwmissouri.edu

   

Ripon College
Boys State Award

Up to $2,000 per year

The Boys State Award was established to recognize participation in this prestigious program along with a student’s demonstrated leadership.  This award can be combined with other institutional merit awards up to a maximum of $24,000 per year.

 

Emily Sheeks
Admission Counselor
300 W. Seward Street
Ripon WI 54971
800-947-4766
sheekse@ripon.edu
http://www.ripon.edu

   

Rockhurst University
5 at $500 each - Renewable

Students must have participated in 2016 Missouri Boys State and meet Rockhurst University admission requirements.  Students must be first-time freshmen and enrolled full-time.  Five scholarships will be funded each year for $500 each and are renewable.  Must send letter of intent and verification of attendance at 2016 Missouri Boys State.  

 

Maureen McKinnon
Director of Financial Aid
1100 Rockhurst Road
Massman 109B
Kansas City MO 64110
(800) 842-6776
maureen.mckinnon@rockhurst.edu
http://www.rockhurst.edu

   

Saint Louis University
3 at $1,000 each

Three incoming freshmen students who complete the Missouri Boys State program are eligible to receive a $1,000 non-renewable scholarship in recognition of outstanding achievement and leadership.  Students must be admitted to Saint Louis University and be a full-time student before scholarship consideration will be given. 

 

Julie Martin
Coordinator of Scholarships
DuBourg Hall, Room 2
One N. Grand Blvd.
St. Louis MO 63103
(314) 977-4211
jmarti72@slu.edu
http://www.slu.edu

   

Southeast Missouri State University
Unlimited at $300 each

Southeast Missouri State University provides an unlimited number of Residence Life Leadership awards to full-time incoming freshmen with at least a 3.0 GPA who were Missouri Boy State participants.  It will not be awarded in combination with any other merit scholarship except for the President's or University Scholarships.  Application deadline is December. 1.  Please complete and submit the Student Involvement Scholarship Award application.

 

Alix Gasser
Assistant Director of Communications
Admissions Office
One University Plaza
Cape Girardeau MO 63701
(573) 651-2587
agasser@semo.edu
http://www.semo.edu

   

State Fair Community College
1 at $300

State Fair Community College will award one $300 non-renewable scholarship to an incoming freshman with a 3.0 GPA who attended the previous academic year at Missouri Boys State and demonstrated leadership.  The recipient must be enrolled as a full-time degree seeking student at SFCC.  Must submit verification of attendance at Boys State along with a resume of leadership experience and proof of GPA.

 

State Fair Community College
Office of Admissions & Outreach
3201 W. 16th Street
Sedalia MO 65301
(660) 530-5833
admissions@sfccmo.edu
http://www.sfccmo.edu

   

State Technical College of Missouri
1 at $1,300 - Renewable

Applicant must be a Missouri Boys State Citizen (the summer prior to enrollment) and rank in the top 30% of his high school class to qualify for this tuition waiver.  The recipient will receive a work grant valued at $1,300 per year, renewable if a 3.0 GPA is maintained and a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester are completed at State Technical College of Missouri.  Missouri Boys State Participation Certificate must be presented to the Office of Financial Aid. Priority deadline is May 1 for fall enrollment.  Application must be completed and returned to the Office of Financial Aid.

 

Kathy Scheulen
Assistant Dean of Enrollment Management
One Technology Drive
Linn MO 65051
(573) 897-5196
kathy.scheulen@statetechmo.edu
http://www.statetechmo.edu

   

Truman State University
$1,000 each - Competitive - Renewable

Accepted applicants who participated in Missouri Boys State are eligible to be considered on a competitive basis for a limited number of $1,000 Boys State Scholarships.  The awards are renewable according to the scholarship renewal requirements provided at the time the offer is extended to the student.

 

Office of Admissions
Ruth W. Towne Museum & Visitors Center
Truman State University
100 East Normal Avenue
Kirksville MO 63501
(800) 892-7792
admissions@truman.edu
http://www.truman.edu

   

University of Central Missouri
10 at $1,500 each

The University of Central Missouri Boys State Scholarship has been developed to recognize outstanding leadership as demonstrated by those students who successfully complete the 2016 session of Missouri Boys State.   The scholarship award value for the 2017-18 academic year is $1,500, to be divided evenly between the 2017 Fall and 2018 Spring semesters.   To apply, students are encouraged to complete and submit the application at www.ucmo.edu/scholarapp by April 1, 2017.   Additional UCM scholarship information is available at www.ucmo.edu/scholarships

 

Student Financial Services
Attn: Scholarships
1100 Ward Edwards Building
Warrensburg MO 64093
(660) 543-4541
scholarships@ucmo.edu
http://www.ucmo.edu

   

University of Central Missouri
Department of Government, International Studies and Languages

1 at $500 - Competitive (non-renewable)

Recipients are incoming freshmen at the University of Central Missouri who have with full participation satisfactorily completed the Missouri Boys State or Missouri Girls State program.  Students must enroll as a major in Political Science or International Studies.  Applicants are to submit a letter of intent and their composite ACT score by March 1, 2017 to Dr. Robynn Kuhlmann at kuhlmann@ucmo.edu. 

 

Dr. Robynn Kuhlmann
Assistant Professor and State Government Internship Coordinator
Department of Government, International Studies and Languages
Wood 203-I
Warrensburg MO 64093
(660) 543-8307
kuhlmann@ucmo.edu
http://www.ucmo.edu

   

University of Missouri-Columbia
5 at $1,000 each

The University of Missouri-Columbia will award five $1,000 scholarships to incoming freshmen who have attended Boys State and have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement.  This award is not renewable.  Submit the General Scholarship Application for Incoming Freshmen by December 1, 2016.

 

Nicholas Prewett
Director II Student Support Services
Student Financial Aid
11 Jesse Hall
Columbia MO 65211
(573) 882-6292
prewettn@missouri.edu
http://admissions.missouri.edu

   

University of Missouri-Kansas City
UMKC Leadership Awards - Renewable

Consideration for UMKC Achievement Scholarships is given to Boys State citizens who demonstrate outstanding academic ability.  The Achievement awards are renewable for up to 5 years of undergraduate study with a 2.75 cumulative grade point average.  Not available to medicine, conservatory or pharmacy students.  Consideration is automatically given to students who are admitted to an eligible undergraduate degree program by February 1, 2017. 

 

Chelsie Friedman
Senior Assistant Director Student Support Services
Student Financial Aid
5100 Rockhill Road, 101 AC
Kansas City MO 64110
(816) 235-1154
finaid@umkc.edu
http://www.sfa.umkc.edu

   

Wabash College
Unlimited at $7,500 each - Renewable

Wabash College will award $7,500 each year to Boys State delegates.  The award is renewable for four years, totaling $30,000.  For more information about Boys State scholarships and additional Wabash College Scholarships, visit http://www.wabash.edu/admissions.   

 

Jordan Carlson
Admissions Counselor
Wabash College Admissions Office
P.O. Box 352
Crawfordsville IN 47933
(800) 345-5385
carlsonj@wabash.edu
http://www.wabash.edu

   

Washington University in St. Louis
Unlimited at $2,500 each - Renewable

Students who participate in Missouri Boys State are eligible to receive a $2,500 renewable scholarship in recognition of outstanding achievement and leadership.  Students must be admitted to Washington University in St. Louis before scholarship consideration will be given.

 

Andrea Stewart-Douglas
Assistant Director, Student Financial Services
One Brookings Drive
Campus Box 1041
St. Louis MO 63130
(888) 547-6670
astewart-douglas@wustl.edu
http://www.washu.edu

   

Webster University
Unlimited at $1,000 each - Renewable

Scholarships awarded to participants of 2016 Missouri Boys State who are incoming freshmen with a minimum 3.0 GPA, rank in the top 33% of their high school class, and have an ACT of 22 or SAT of 1530 or higher.  Application deadline is February 1, 2017.

 

Shannon Frank
University Scholarship Coordinator
Undergraduate Admissions Office
470 E. Lockwood, Webster Hall 140
St. Louis MO 63119
(314) 246-8723
franksr@webster.edu
http://www.webster.edu

   

Wentworth Military Academy and College
2 at $2,000 each - Renewable

Wentworth Military Academy and College will award 2 Superintendent's Award for Excellence Scholarships in the amount of $2,000 each for graduates of 2016 Missouri Boys State with a cumulative grade point average of 3.25 or higher and ACT score of 21 or SAT of 950.  Application deadline is April 1, 2017.

 

Col. Tim Casey
Academic Dean
Wentworth Military Academy and College
1880 Washington Avenue
Lexington MO 64067
(660) 259-2012
tcasey@wma.edu
http://www.wma.edu

   

Westminster College
Number and Amount of Scholarships Vary

As an excellent representative of leadership and character, which is required of all Westminster scholarship recipients, students who have participated in the Missouri Boys State Program meet this component of eligibility for scholarship consideration.  Students must be admitted to the College before scholarship consideration will be given. 

 

Aimee Bristow
Director of Financial Aid
501 Westminster Avenue
Fulton MO 65251
(800) 475-3361
aimee.bristow@westminster-mo.edu
http://www.westminster-mo.edu

   

William Jewell College
Unlimited at $500 each - Renewable

Requirements:  Be a citizen of the 2016 Missouri Boys State; ACT or SAT score in the 90th percentile or be admitted to the College with a 3.5 cumulative GPA.  Awarded for full-time enrollment and a maximum of four years of study.  Some restrictions apply.  Application deadline is March 1, 2017.

 

Daniel Holt
Director, Office of Financial Aid & Scholarship Services
500 College Hill, Campus Box 2005
Liberty MO 64068
(816) 415-5977
holtd@william.jewell.edu
http://www.jewell.edu

   

William Woods University
Varies

Missouri Boys/Girls State Leadership Award (1 or 2 awards per year)

$2,000 (Residential)

$1,000 (Commuter)

Applicants must have served as the Governor of Missouri Boys/Girls State (official documentation of participation must be provided).  Must be accepted to the University with a minimum ACT score of 23 or SAT of 1050 (critical reading and math only). This award is available for one year to incoming freshmen and is not renewable.  Full-time enrollment is required.   

 

Missouri Boys/Girls State Participant Award (5 awards per year)

$1,000 (Residential)

$500 (Commuter)

Applicants must have served as a participant in Missouri Boys/Girls State (official documentation of participation must be provided).  Must be accepted to the University with a minimum ACT score of 23 or SAT of 1050 (critical reading and math only).  This award is available for one year to incoming freshmen and is not renewable.  Full-time enrollment is required.

 

Office of Admissions
Scholarship Coordinator
One University Avenue
Fulton MO 65251
(800) 995-3159 ext. 4221
admissions@williamwoods.edu
http://www.williamwoods.edu

   

The availability and amount of scholarships are controlled by and may be modified by the institution.  Please confirm the above information by contacting the specific institution.

 
     
 
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