Grants & Scholarships

College - Undergraduate Scholarships

Want to apply for scholarships? Check back in November 2018 to access our new general application! 

Deadline for the general application is February 1.

Below is a listing of scholarships that use the general scholarship application. The general application will match you with scholarships for which you may be eligible. If you are matched to scholarships after submitting the general application, you will receive an email notifying you that you may be eligible for those scholarships.

To complete the applications for the scholarships you have been matched to, you must log into the online application system and complete the requirements for that scholarship. The additional requirements for each scholarship may include essays, letters of reference from specific people in your life, or statements about your participation in certain types of activities.

The additional requirements for each scholarship are listed in the drop-down menus along with their eligibility criteria, scholarship amount, renewal information, and deadlines.  

Deadline for the additional requirements is February 11.

Association for Industrial Development Scholarship- Industrial Park Employees

The Association for Industrial Development (AID) was established in 1970 with the mission of stimulating economic development by creating infrastructure to attract manufacturing business to Independence. During its tenure, the Association acquired land and developed two industrial parks on Truman Road, adding businesses and jobs to the community. Proceeds of the Association’s work were used to establish a scholarship to support Eastern Jackson County students enrolled in higher education and training programs to assure that a technically trained workforce continues to be available.

Eligibility:

  • Must be a current resident of Eastern Jackson County, Missouri;
  • Must be a graduating high school senior from Independence, Blue Springs, Ft. Osage, Lee’s Summit, Grain Valley or Raytown schools or an employee of a business located in either of the Truman Road industrial parks in Independence;
  • Must be pursuing a two or four-year undergraduate degree at any Metropolitan Community College campus or accredited college or university;
  • Must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and demonstrated leadership capabilities;
  • Financial need may be considered.

Amount:

May be $500 – $1,000 per academic year.

Renewable: 

Yes, this scholarship can be renewed for three additional years of funding. A renewal application must be submitted with proof of continuing college enrollment and a minimum college cumulative GPA of 2.5.

Deadline:

General applications must be submitted by February 1.

Additional requirements for this scholarship must be submitted by February 11.

Requirements:

The Association for Industrial Development - Industrial Park Employees is part of our general scholarship application. Additional documents will be necessary if you initially meet the criteria for this scholarship. You will receive email notification requesting these additional documents.

  • Personal essay of 500 words maximum, describing your interests, accomplishments, future education plans, and why you feel you should be selected to receive this scholarship.
  • College Acceptance Documentation.

Renewal Applicants: Renew your Association for Industrial Development Scholarship.

Centerpoint Medical Center Medical Staff Scholarship

The medical staff of Centerpoint Medical Center established this scholarship to benefit its employees and their families who are pursuing degrees in the human healthcare fields.

Eligibility:

  • Must be an employee or dependent of an employee of Centerpoint Medical Center;
  • Must be pursuing a degree related to human healthcare (nursing, pharmacy, radiology, etc.);
  • Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 during the last four semesters of study;
  • Must have demonstrated participation in community service and/or employment activities;
  • Must have excellent communication skills (applicants may be asked to complete a phone or personal interview to demonstrate communication skills).

Amount:

Up to $1,000 per academic year.

Renewable:  

Yes, this scholarship may be renewed for three additional years of funding. An application must be submitted with proof of continuing college enrollment and a minimum college cumulative GPA of 2.5 to receive renewal funding.

Deadline:

General applications must be submitted by February 1.

Additional requirements for this scholarship must be submitted by February 11.

Requirements:

  • Proof of acceptance to a healthcare-specific program at your college or university.

Centerpoint Medical Center Auxiliary Scholarship

The Centerpoint Medical Center Auxiliary established this scholarship to support students in the Greater Kansas City metropolitan area pursuing careers in healthcare.

Eligibility:

  • Must be pursuing a two or four-year undergraduate degree at an accredited college or university in the Greater Kansas City metropolitan area;
  • Preference given to residents of Eastern Jackson County or students who are graduates of Eastern Jackson County high schools;
  • Must be accepted into a healthcare-specific degree program;
  • Must be a full-time student enrolled in at least 12 credit hours;
  • Must have earned a minimum of 36 credit hours at time of application;
  • Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0;
  • Must have demonstrated participation in extra-curricular, community service, or work-related activities;
  • Financial need may be considered.

Amount:

Minimum of $2,000 per academic year.

Renewable: 

Yes, this scholarship can be renewed up to two additional years of funding. A renewal application must be submitted with proof of continuing college enrollment and a minimum college cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Deadline:

General applications must be submitted by February 1.

Additional requirements for this scholarship must be submitted by February 11.

Requirements:

The Centerpoint Medical Center Auxiliary Scholarship is part of our general scholarship application. Additional documents will be necessary if you initially meet the criteria for this scholarship. You will receive email notification requesting these additional documents.

  • Essay of 500 words stating what healthcare means to you and how you hope to use your profession to help others.
  • Letter of Acceptance to a healthcare-related degree program.
  • Letter of recommendation from someone who can attest to your professional abilities.

Renewal Applicants: Renew your Centerpoint Medical Center Auxiliary Scholarship.

Opal Barker Day and Phyllis Day Combest Scholarship

The Opal Barker Day and Phyllis Day Combest scholarship was established to support residents of Eastern Jackson County pursuing undergraduate degrees in elementary education at the University of Central Missouri.

Eligibility:

  • Must have been a resident of Eastern Jackson County for the past 12 months or a high school graduate of any public or private high school in the Blue Springs, Fort Osage, Grain Valley, Independence, Lee’s Summit, Lone Jack, Oak Grove, Raytown, Odessa or Lafayette County school districts;
  • Must be currently enrolled as a full time student in a minimum of 12 credit hours of classes at UCM;
  • Must have successfully completed a minimum of 24 credit hours at the time of application;
  • Must be a pursuing a bachelor's degree in elementary education or early childhood education at the University of Central Missouri.

Amount:

Up to $1,000 per academic year.

Renewable: 

Yes, this scholarship can be renewed for one additional year of funding. A renewal application must be submitted with proof of continuing college enrollment at UCM and a minimum college cumulative GPA of 3.2.

Deadline:

General applications must be submitted by February 1.

Additional requirements for this scholarship must be submitted by February 11.

Requirements:

The Opal Barker Day and Phyllis Day Combest Scholarship is part of our general scholarship application. Additional documents will be necessary if you initially meet the criteria for this scholarship. You will receive email notification requesting these additional documents.

  • Statement of education and career goals.

Renewal Applicants: Renew your Opal Barker Day and Phyllis Day Combest Scholarship.

Council of Clubs of Greater Kansas City Scholarship

The purpose of the Council of Clubs is to encourage and promote educational development through financial assistance to young people. In keeping with this mission, the Council of Clubs of Greater Kansas City is proud to sponsor this scholarship to assist students in the metropolitan Kansas City area in obtaining formal education. This scholarship funds all fields of study at all levels including undergraduate, graduate, technical, professional and trade education.

Eligibility:

  • Must be pursuing a certification or degree at an accredited trade school, junior college, college or university that is located within a 50-mile radius of Tenth and Main Streets in Kansas City, Missouri;
  • Must have maintained a B average (3.0 GPA) for the previous semester;
  • Must have demonstrated leadership potential as evidenced by leadership positions held in extra-curricular groups, committees, community service groups, etc.

Amount:

Up to $500 per academic year.

Renewable: 

Yes, this scholarship can be renewed for three additional years of funding. A renewal application must be submitted with proof of continuing college enrollment and a minimum college cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Deadline:

General applications must be submitted by February 1.

Additional requirements for this scholarship must be submitted by February 11.

Requirements:

The Council of Clubs of Greater Kansas City Undergraduate Scholarship is part of our general scholarship application. Additional documents will be necessary if you initially meet the criteria for this scholarship. You will receive email notification requesting these additional documents.

  • Personal essay describing educational and personal goals.

Kay and Morris Dunning Nursing Scholarship

The Dunning family of Independence, Missouri, established this scholarship to commemorate Kay Dunning for her many years of service in healthcare. The scholarship is intended to benefit students pursuing bachelor’s degrees in nursing at area colleges and universities.

Eligibility:

  • Must be pursuing a bachelor’s degree in nursing at University of Central Missouri, Graceland University, Park University, MCC-Penn Valley, Rockhurst University or Research College of Nursing;
  • Must have successfully completed at least 36 hours of courses;
  • Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0;
  • Must have demonstrated participation in extracurricular, community service, and/or work activities;
  • Must have excellent communication skills;
  • Must be a resident of metropolitan Kansas City;
  • Financial need may be considered.

Amount:

Up to $1,000 per academic year.

Renewable: 

Not a renewable scholarship. However, previous recipients are eligible and encouraged to apply if still meeting the above criteria.

Deadline:

General applications must be submitted by February 1.

Additional requirements for this scholarship must be submitted by February 11.

Requirements:

The Kay and Morris Dunning Nursing Scholarship is part of our general scholarship application. Additional documents will be necessary if you initially meet the criteria for this scholarship. You will receive email notification requesting these additional documents.

  • Personal essay of 500 words maximum describing your interestes, accomplishments, future education plasn, and why you feel you should be selected to receive this scholarship.
  • 3 personal references.
  • Documentation of acceptance to a nursing program.

Renewal Applicants: Renew your Kay and Morris Dunning Nursing Scholarship.

Brandon Gieselman 4-H/FFA Scholarship

Brandon Cole Gieselman was born on July 18, 1983. He was the son of Mark and Nancy Gieselman and brother of Tara Gieselman of Lafayette County. Brandon had a zest for life and was an avid outdoorsman and horseman. He was an active member of the Young Riders 4‐H Club and the Lexington FFA Chapter.

On October 24, 1999, at the age of 16, Brandon tragically lost his life in an automobile accident. In his honor, those who loved Brandon have established this scholarship in his name to provide 4‐H and FFA participants assistance in furthering their education.

Eligibility:

  • Must be a graduating high school senior or college student with membership in a Lafayette County 4-H Club or FFA Chapter;
  • Must be pursuing an undergraduate degree at an accredited junior college, college, or university;
  • Must have demonstrated academic excellence;
  • Must have demonstrated financial need.

Amount:

May be $500 – $1,000. 

Renewable: 

Not a renewable scholarship.

Deadline:

General applications must be submitted by February 1.

Additional requirements for this scholarship must be submitted by February 11.

Requirements:

The Brandon Gieselman Memorial 4-H/FFA Scholarship is part of our general scholarship application. Additional documents will be necessary if you initially meet the criteria for this scholarship. You will receive email notification requesting these additional documents.

  • Statement of your education and career goals and why you have chosen your field of study.
  • Proof of acceptance to your college or university.
  • Lafayette County 4-H club form or FFA leadership and participation form.

Download the Gieselman Scholarship 4-H Information form or Gieselman Scholarship FFA information form to attach to your scholarship.

Greater Kansas City Association of Family and Consumer Science Scholarship

This scholarship fund is sponsored by the Greater Kansas City Association of Family and Consumer Sciences to provide scholarships for students pursuing undergraduate degrees in Family and Consumer Sciences and its knowledge-based areas:

  • Family and Consumer Sciences Education;
  • Dietetics, Nutrition, Health and Food Management;
  • Human Development and Family Relations;
  • Apparel Design, Textiles and Merchandising;
  • Housing and Development;
  • Child Development;
  • Consumer Economics and Resource Management;
  • Family and Consumer Sciences Education Extension; and
  • Issues related to the above subject areas.

Eligibility:

  • Must be a current resident of Kansas or Missouri;
  • Must be a junior or senior at an accredited college or university;
  • Must be pursuing an undergraduate degree in Family and Consumer Sciences or any of its knowledge-based areas listed above (specific university departments/majors may be named differently);
  • Must be enrolled in a minimum of nine credit hours;
  • Must have average or above-average scholastic standing.

Amount:

May be $1,000.

Renewable: 

Not a renewable scholarship.

Deadline:

General applications must be submitted by February 1.

Additional requirements for this scholarship must be submitted by February 11.

Requirements:

The Greater Kansas City Association of Family and Consumer Science Scholarship is part of our general scholarship application. Additional documents will be necessary if you initially meet the criteria for this scholarship. You will receive email notification requesting these additional documents.

  • Personal essay of 500 words explaining why you were influenced toward the field of Family and Consumer Sciences or a related field; your career goals and plans for the future; to what extent a scholarship is essential to your continued college/university education.
  • Personal reference from an instructor of Family and Consumer Sciences or related knowledge-based field.
  • Personal reference from another instructor.
  • Personal reference from an employer, minister, or other non-family person.
  • Statement listing other scholarships you are receiving, the amount of those scholarships, and whether they are renewable.

Forrest and Marjorie Martin Undergraduate Scholarship

The Forrest and Marjorie Martin Scholarships were established as a bequest from the Marjorie N. Martin Trust and Forrest Martin Marital Trust in 2007. The Undergraduate Scholarship provides assistance to Eastern Jackson County residents who are full-time students with at least 36 earned credit hours.

Eligibility:
  • Must have been a resident of Eastern Jackson County for the past 12 months or a high school graduate of any public or private high school in the Blue Springs, Fort Osage, Grain Valley, Grandview, Independence, Lee’s Summit, Lone Jack, Oak Grove or Raytown school districts;
  • Must be currently enrolled as a full-time student with a minimum 12 credit hours at an accredited four-year college or university;
  • Must have successfully completed a minimum of 36 credit hours at the time of application;
  • Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5.

Amount:

Up to $4,000 per academic year ($2,000 per semester).

Renewable: 

Yes, this scholarship can be renewed for one additional year (two semesters) of funding. A renewal application must be submitted with proof of continuing college enrollment and a minimum college cumulative GPA of 2.5.

Deadline:

General applications must be submitted by February 1.

Additional requirements for this scholarship must be submitted by February 11.

Requirements:

The Forrest and Marjorie Martin Undergraduate Scholarship is part of our general scholarship application. Additional documents will be necessary if you initially meet the criteria for this scholarship. You will receive email notification requesting these additional documents.

  • Essay of 500 words briefly explaining your career goals.
  • Personal reference.

Renewal applicants: Renew your Forrest and Marjorie Martin Undergraduate Scholarship.

Forrest and Marjorie Martin Technical Scholarship

The Forrest and Marjorie Martin Scholarships were established as a bequest from the Marjorie N. Martin Trust and Forrest Martin Marital Trust in 2007. The Technical Scholarship provides assistance to Eastern Jackson County residents pursuing technical trade certifications or associate’s degrees.

Eligibility:

  • Must have been a resident of Eastern Jackson County for the past 12 months or a high school graduate of any public or private high school in the Blue Springs, Fort Osage, Grain Valley, Grandview, Independence, Lee’s Summit, Lone Jack, Oak Grove or Raytown school districts;
  • Must be admitted to a one year trade certificate program or have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 going into the second year of an Associate of Applied Science degree at an accredited junior college, college or university.

Amount:

Up to $2,000 per academic year.

Renewable: 

Not a renewable scholarship.

Deadline:

General applications must be submitted by February 1.

Additional requirements for this scholarship must be submitted by February 11.

Requirements:

The Forrest and Marjorie Martin Technical Scholarship is part of our general scholarship application. Additional documents will be necessary if you initially meet the criteria for this scholarship. You will receive email notification requesting these additional documents.

  • Essay of 500 words briefly explaining your career goals.
  • Personal reference.

Medical Alliance of the Metropolitan Medical Society of Greater Kansas City Scholarship

The Medical Alliance of the Metropolitan Medical Society of Greater Kansas City established this scholarship to benefit students pursuing undergraduate degrees in nursing or other allied health careers such as occupational therapy, physical therapy, medical assisting, anesthesiology, etc.

Eligibility:

  • Must be at least a sophomore pursuing an undergraduate degree in nursing or an allied healthcare field at an accredited college or university;
  • Must have completed all prerequisite courses and have been admitted into a specific nursing or allied healthcare-related degree program;
  • Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0;
  • Must have demonstrated participation in extracurricular activities, community service, and/or work;
  • Must have excellent communication skills;
  • Must be a resident of metropolitan Kansas City;
  • Financial need may be considered.

Amount:

Up $1,000 per academic year.

Renewable: 

Yes, this scholarship can be renewed for three additional years of funding. A renewal application must be submitted with proof of continuing college enrollment and a minimum college cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Deadline:

General applications must be submitted by February 1.

Additional requirements for this scholarship must be submitted by February 11.

Requirements:

The Medical Alliance of the Metropolitan Medical Society of Greater Kansas City Scholarship is part of our general scholarship application. Additional documents will be necessary if you initially meet the criteria for this scholarship. You will receive email notification requesting these additional documents.

  • Personal essay of 500 words stating what medicine means to you and how you hope to use your profession to help others.
  • Presonal recommendation from someone who can attest to your professional abilities.
  • Acceptance letter from nursing or allied healthcare-related degree program.

Renewal Applicants: Renew your Medical Alliance of the Metropolitan Medical Society of Greater Kansas City Scholarship.

Stella and William Moran Memorial Scholarship

The family of Stella and William Moran established this scholarship as a permanent legacy to their parents. Education was always important to Stella, and she greatly admired those who dedicated their lives to teaching. This scholarship supports undergraduate education majors at Baker University or Central Methodist University.

Eligibility:

  • Must be pursing an undergraduate degree in primary or secondary education at Baker University or Central Methodist University;
  • Must have a minimum of 60 credit hours at time of application.

Amount:

May be $500 – $1,000 per academic year.

Renewable: 

Yes, this scholarship can be renewed for up to two additional year of funding. A renewal application must be submitted with proof of continuing college enrollment and a minimum college cumulative GPA of 2.5.

Deadline:

General applications must be submitted by February 1.

Additional requirements for this scholarship must be submitted by February 11.

Renewal applications much be submitted by March 1.  

Requirements:

The Apply for the Stella & William Moran Memorial Scholarship is part of our general scholarship application. Additional documents will be necessary if you initially meet the criteria for this scholarship. You will receive email notification requesting these additional documents.

  • A short essay on how your involvement in the extracurricular, community service, and work activities you choose to participate has influenced your decision to become an educator.
  • A short essay on how you believe becoming an educator will enable you to give back to your community.
  • Personal recommendation from a teacher or other influential person in your life.

Renewal Applicants: Renew your Stella & William Moran Memorial Scholarship.

Seger Family Nursing Scholarship

The Seger Family of Lee’s Summit, Missouri, established this scholarship to benefit students pursuing baccalaureate degrees in nursing at Graceland University.

Eligibility:

  • Must be a resident of the metropolitan Kansas City area;
  • Must be pursuing a baccalaureate degree in nursing at Graceland University;
  • Must have completed the sophomore level courses;
  • Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0;
  • Must have demonstrated participation in extracurricular, community service, and/or work activities;
  • Must have excellent communication skills;
  • Financial need may be considered.

Amount:

Up to $1,000 per academic year.

Renewable: 

Yes, this scholarship can be renewed for three additional years of funding. A renewal application must be submitted with proof of continuing college enrollment and a minimum college cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Deadline:

General applications must be submitted by February 1.

Additional requirements for this scholarship must be submitted by February 11.

Requirements:

The Seger Family Nursing Scholarship is part of our general scholarship application. Additional documents will be necessary if you initially meet the criteria for this scholarship. You will receive email notification requesting these additional documents.

  • Personal essay of 500 words describing your interests, accomplishments, future plans, and why you feel you should be selected to receive this scholarship.
  • 3 Personal recommendations.

Renewal applicants: Renew your Seger Family Nursing Scholarship.

Sixth Bomb Group Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established by the Sixth Bomb Group as a permanent memorial to the exploits, dedication, commitment and memories of the members of the Sixth Bomb Group while stationed on the island of Tinian in the Marianas Island during World War II (1944-1945). This scholarship is only available for relatives of members of the Sixth Bomb Group.

Eligibility:

  • Must be relative of a member of the Sixth Bomb Group;
  • Must be pursuing an undergraduate degree at an accredited college or university (vocational and trade schools subject to review);
  • Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5;
  • Must have demonstrated participation in extracurricular activities, community service and work;
  • Financial need may be considered.

Amount:

Up to $500. 

Renewable: 

Yes, this scholarship can be renewed for three additional years of funding. A renewal application must be submitted with proof of continuing college enrollment and a minimum college cumulative GPA of 2.5.

Deadline:

General applications must be submitted by February 1.

Additional requirements for this scholarship must be submitted by February 11.

Requirements:

The Sixth Bomb Group Scholarship is part of our general scholarship application. Additional documents will be necessary if you initially meet the criteria for this scholarship. You will receive email notification requesting these additional documents.

  • Sixth Bomb Connection - provide information showing how you are related to a memeber of the Sixth Bomb Group. Include name of the Sixth Bomb group member, your relationship to him, etc.
  • Personal essay of 500 words describing your interests, accomplishments, future education plans, and why you feel you should be selected.
  • 3 Personal references.

Renewal applicants: Renew your Sixth Bomb Group Scholarship.

Timothy Lutheran Church William P. Gerike Scholarship

Timothy Lutheran Church established this scholarship to serve as a living memorial to William P. Gerike, whom the Lord called as Pastor to serve Timothy Lutheran Church from its beginning in 1962 until his death in 1981. This scholarship is intended to support students preparing for full-time Lutheran Church Missouri Synod (LCMS) church work.

Eligibility:

  • Must be preparing for full-time LCMS church work on a college level as a pastor, teacher, director of Christian education, or school administrator;
  • Must have a 2.5 GPA or equivalent;
  • Applicant is not required to be a member of Timothy Lutheran Church; however, priority will be given to Timothy Lutheran Church members, then to members of Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church in Oak Grove, then to members of sister LCMS congregations, and then to members of other Lutheran congregations;
  • Priority will be given to those pursuing degrees at Lutheran colleges or universities; however, others may be considered.

 Amount: 

Up to $1,000.

Renewable:

Yes, this scholarship can be renewed for additional years of funding if the applicant continues to meet the above eligibility criteria. An application must be submitted annually.

Deadline:

General applications must be submitted by February 1.

Additional requirements for this scholarship must be submitted by February 11.

Requirements:

The Timothy Lutheran Church William P. Gerike Scholarship is part of our general scholarship application. Additional documents will be necessary if you initially meet the criteria for this scholarship. You will receive email notification requesting these additional documents.

  • Reference letter from your pastor.
  • An approximately 500-word personal statement about yourself and why you desire to go into full-time church work.

Renewal:

The scholarships listed below do not use the general scholarship application. To apply for these scholarships, you must apply for them individually. Information about how to apply for these scholarships is included in the drop-down menus. 

John F. Bowser Radiology Scholarship

Eligible applicants must be pursuing an education in the field of radiologic technology through Carondelet Radiography Program of Avila University and Centerpoint Medical Center.

For more information, please contact Linda Dunaway at 816-698-7132 or linda.dunaway@hcamidwest.com.

Independence Young Matrons Scholarship

The Young Matrons of Independence, Missouri, have established this scholarship to assist Eastern Jackson County residents attending any campus of the Metropolitan Community College.

Eligibility:

  • Must be a resident of Eastern Jackson County, Missouri (East of I-435);
  • Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 or a minimum GED certificate score of 2700;
  • Must be enrolled in at least 12 hours per semester at any Metropolitan Community College.

Amount:

Up to $750.

Renewable: 

Not a renewable scholarship.

Deadline:

Applications must be submitted by March 1.

Apply:

Independence Young Matrons Scholarship application.

Complete an application already in progress.

Georgia B. Northway Memorial Scholarship

Sponsored by Midwest Hemophilia Association

The Midwest Hemophilia Association offer this scholarship for graduating high school seniors and college students who have been diagnosed or have a family member diagnosed with a bleeding disorder. To be eligible, the applicant or a family member over the age of 21 must be a member in good standing of the Midwest Hemophilia Association.

For more information and to apply, please visit: http://midwesthemophilia.org/applications-and-registrations/.

Wendall J. and Myrna J. Olson Student Assistance Scholarship

This scholarship was made possible by way of a gift from Wendell and Myrna Olson of Concordia, Missouri.

Eligibility:

  • Must be an active member in good standing at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Concordia, Missouri;
  • Must be a graduating high school senior; a part-time or full-time student in good academic standing at State Fair Community College in Sedalia, Missouri, University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, Missouri, any Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod affiliated post-secondary institution located in Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Illinois, Arkansas, Minnesota, Nebraska or Indiana; or any vocational training institution in Missouri;
  • Must demonstrate good character, leadership and service.

Amount:

Up to $1,000 per academic year.

Renewable: 

Yes, this scholarship can be renewed for three additional years of funding. A renewal application must be submitted with proof of continuing college enrollment and a minimum college cumulative GPA of 2.5.

Deadline:

Applications must be submitted by March 15.

Apply:

For application information, please contact St. Paul's Lutheran Church.

Sugar Creek Business and Civic Club Scholarship

Truman Heartland Community Foundation manages the Sugar Creek Business and Civic Club Scholarship. Eligible applicants must have been residents of Sugar Creek for at least two years.

For more information, contact Susan Davis or John McEvoy.

 

Tile Contractors’ Association of America, Inc. Architectural Scholarship

Truman Heartland Community Foundation manages the Tile Contractors’ Association of America’s scholarships. Eligible applicants for the TCAA Architectural Scholarship must be pursuing a professional degree in architecture.

For more information, please visit the TCAA’s scholarship web page at www.tcaainc.org/scholarships.php.

 

Tile Contractors' Association of America, Inc. Family Scholarship

Truman Heartland Community Foundation manages the Tile Contractors’ Association of America’s scholarships. Eligible applicants for the TCAA Family Scholarship must be qualified employees or family members of qualified employees of TCAA contractor companies.

For more information, please visit the TCAA’s scholarship web page at www.tcaainc.org/scholarships.php.

Toni Thornton AAUW Re-Entry Scholarship

Sponsored by American Association of University Women Greater Kansas City Interbranch Council

Eligible applicants must be women returning to complete their undergraduate degrees after having been out of school for at least five years. Applicants must have been full-time or part-time students within the last six months and must have completed a minimum of 30 credit hours, 15 of which must have been completed since re-entry.

For more information, please visit http://kansascity-mo.aauw.net/.

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