This scholarship is designed to encourage and support under represented minority students (African American, Hispanic American, Pacific Islander, and Native American) who are pursuing a bachelor's degree. These scholarships are offered to eligible students, once admitted. Scholarships are for freshmen and transfer students and vary from $2,000-$10,000. For more information contact us at 573-341-4282, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://sfa.mst.edu/financial-aid/scholarships/undergraduate/diversityscholarship/.
For information on athletic programs at Missouri S&T, contact:
Missouri S&T Athletic Department
Gale Bullman Multi-Purpose Building
Rolla, MO 65409-0740
For more information on music and theater awards available at Missouri S&T, write:
127 Castleman Hall
Rolla, MO 65409-0670
Cooperative Training Programs
For information on the co-op/internship program at Missouri S&T, contact:
Career Opportunities and Employer Relations
303 Norwood Hall
Rolla, MO 65409-0240
Transfer Scholarship Program
Missouri S&T offers a significant number of scholarships to new transfer students who will be enrolling at Missouri S&T. For more information on this scholarship program, contact:
Office of Admission, Transfer Admissions
106 Parker Hall
Rolla, MO 65409-0250
Departmental scholarships are awarded at the discretion of the academic department after admission to S&T and are separate from student financial assistance awards. To apply for a departmental scholarship, access the S&T Scholarship Database at https://scholarships.mst.edu/.
ROTC (Army or Air Force)
For more information on the ROTC programs at Missouri S&T, contact:
301 Harris Hall
Rolla, MO 65409-0310
Air Force ROTC
206 Harris Hall
Rolla, MO 65409-1450
Graduate Student Aid
Federal Work Study, University Loans, and Ford Direct Loans are available for graduate students through the Missouri S&T student financial assistance office. Graduate students should contact the department in which they are majoring for information or scholarships, grants, fellowships or assistantships.
Scholarship Reinstatement Policy
Students who lose a renewable scholarship due to not earning the required renewal cumulative grade point average, and are able to raise their cumulative grade point average after the completion of the next academic year (i.e. spring semester) to the renewal cumulative grade point average, could have their scholarship reinstated for the following academic year.
It is the scholarship recipient’s responsibility to inform the student financial assistance office that he or she meets the renewal cumulative grade point average to receive their scholarship for the next academic year. This notification must be received in writing by the student financial assistance office prior to the end of the fourth week of classes in the fall semester.
Once the fourth week of classes in the fall semester has passed, a student cannot receive scholarship funds retroactive for the current or previous semesters based upon meeting the renewal cumulative grade point requirement.
This policy only applies to general operating university-funded scholarships. Departmental, alumni, donor (non-general operating), and state scholarships will not be reinstated under this policy.