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To apply for engineering scholarships, you must first apply for admission and receive your myZou account information. Once your account information is available, log into your myZou account and set your permanent password so that you can complete the annual scholarship applications.
For students admitted without GPA and ACT/SAT scores, awards will be decided on a case-by-case basis. Students who do not meet the Direct Departmental Admission Requirements listed above are admitted to Mizzou Engineering as Pre-Engineering students.
Admitted freshmen are eligible to apply for an Engineering Scholarship based on their ACT Composite, math ACT score and high school performance, with additional consideration given for freshmen who have exhibited involvement in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) extra-curricular activities. Scholarship selection will be a based on holistic view of each individual within the total freshman applicant pool and funds available.
Students are automatically considered for departmental scholarships when they do all of the following:
- Complete the MU Annual Scholarship Application through ScholarshipUniverse
- Are a sophomore, junior or senior
- Maintain a minimum 3.5 GPA
- Take at least one math and one science or engineering course a semester. The science/engineering course must be at least three credit hours. If math requirements have been met, students must take two science or engineering courses per semester.
Please note that scholarships are not typically available for summer sessions.
A scholarship committee (composed of representatives from each department) will choose recipients based on the criteria of individual scholarships (some specific scholarships emphasize academics; others are more need-based).
An award is annual, with half the funds available for the fall semester and half available for the spring semester. Scholarships are not available for summer sessions.
Students must submit a scholarship application each year in order to be considered, even if the scholarship is renewable. Failure to re-apply will result in the loss of a scholarship.
Contact your departmental adviser for more information.
Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Scholarship
The University of Missouri is proud to partner with Project Lead the Way (PLTW) to offer scholarships to current high school students graduating from a certified PLTW high school. Students who qualify will receive a $1,000 renewable scholarship.
Criteria for receiving award:
- Applicants must be graduating from a certified Project Lead the Way (PLTW) high school and complete a minimum of two Project Lead the Way courses. Final course grades must be a B or higher.
- Applicants must be accepted for admission to the University of Missouri and register an account on ScholarshipUniverse under the College of Engineering as their academic unit and submit materials by December 1.
- Applicants must have outstanding academic credentials with a minimum Composite and Math ACT scores of 26.
- Applicants must have a PLTW Teacher and High School Counselor complete the PLTW Teacher/ Counselor Form. A current transcript must accompany the form.
- Students taking their second PLTW course in their senior year must submit the PLTW application and their current transcript no later than December 1. To complete the application, a final transcript must be received no later than June 30. For these students, notification concerning the award will be made via email after the revised June 30 deadline. All other students must meet the December 1 deadline.
- Renewal will be automatic each year by maintaining at least a 3.0 GPA, calculated at the end of each academic year, and meeting College of Engineering scholarship requirements. Students with a GPA lower than a 3.0 will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
All scholarship materials must be received by December 1.
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All students enrolled at the University of Missouri are required to pay tuition based on the number of credits of instruction they are receiving. Courses taken as a hearer (auditor) are charged at their normal credit value when computing the amount of fees to be paid.
“Fellowship” is a generic term that encompasses nationally competitive grants, scholarships and similar funding opportunities. Typically, fellowships fund study, research or teaching in the U.S. or abroad. Fellowships are an investment in your future, not a reward for previous work.
The University of Missouri is proud to partner with FIRST to offer scholarships to students who have participated on a FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) team or FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) team for at least one full season. Yearly, $1,000 renewable, merit-based scholarships are offered to students and may be combined with additional College of Engineering (COE) scholarships.
For more information and application form, click here.