Missouri Scholarships

Scholarships for students Missouri. Some scholarships specifically open to Missouri students, and others give preference to students in Missouri.

Greater Kansas City Community Foundation Scholarships
Sponsor: Greater Kansas City Community Foundation
Amount: Varies
Closing Date: Varies
Description: 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.

LNESC Emergency Scholarship Fund
Sponsor: LULAC National Educational Service Centers, Inc. | Macy’s
Amount: Up to $500
Closing Date: Rolling
Description: 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. Applicant must be a resident of California, Florida, Missouri, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, or Texas and enrolled full-time in an accredited college or university with at least a 3.0 GPA.

Harley and Geneva Anderson Memorial Scholarship
Sponsor: Greater Kansas City Community Foundation
Amount: Varies
Closing Date: October 31, 2019
Description: 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.

Princeton Prize in Race Relations
Sponsor: Alumni Association of Princeton
Amount: $1,000
Closing Date: January 31, 2020
Description: Award is for students currently enrolled in ninth through twelfth grades in a participating region (Alabama, Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Connecticut, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Memphis, Miami, Nashville, New Jersey, NYC, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Rochester, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, St Louis, or Washington, DC) who have been actively involved in a volunteer activity that has had a significant, positive impact on race relations in their school or community.

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