This scholarship is for a student enrolled at Southeast Missouri State University majoring in Education. First preference for Education student from Iron County. Second preference is for any Education major.
This scholarship is for graduate students enrolled at Southeast Missouri State University in History. This scholarship will be given to a graduate student or graduate students completing an internship or advanced project in applied his
This scholarship is for students who will be attending Southeast Missouri State University majoring in Elementary Education. Financial Aid will be considered but not required. First preference is given to those Elementary Education majors with an emphasis in
This scholarship is open to students who have been accepted into the University’s Teacher Education program. Preference will be given to students who show financial need on the FAFSA. Scholarship may be renewed provided the recipient maintains a 3.
This scholarship is for students majoring in the Department of Political Science, Philosophy and Religion at Southeast Missouri State University. First preference is a freshman student majoring in the Department.
This scholarship is for students majoring in Art with financial need. Applicants must submit 10 photographic images of their artwork for review, and a 500-word statement of their goals in art, interests, and plans for the future.
The scholarship recipient must be an Agriculture major attending Southeast Missouri State University – Sikeston, Malden, or Kennett campus.
First preference will be given to a minority student who meets the above stated criteria.
For students attending WVU at Morgantown, Keyser, or Beckley. Values are different depending on the campus you will be attending. This is a recurring scholarship per year for up to four undergraduate years or completion of a bachelor’s degree – whichever comes first.
This scholarship will benefit SBU Mountain View Campus students majoring in Education. Traditional students must be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours and nontraditional students must be enrolled in 6 or more credit hours.
This scholarship is awarded to a 4-H member who resides in Adair, Adams, Decatur, Montgomery, Page, Ringgold, Taylor, or Union county who will be an undergraduate at ISU next academic year. Recipients shall have demonstrated leadership during their 4-H career.
This scholarship is for students at one of the nineteen 1890 Historically Black Land-Grant Universities and studying agriculture, food, natural resource sciences, or other related academic disciplines.