Scholarships and Financial Aid

Scholarships and financial aid help you pay for college.

How do you get an engineering scholarship or financial aid?

It depends on how many credit hours you’ve completed.

  • First 60 credit hours (including dual credit): You’re eligible for Missouri State scholarships and financial aid.
  • After 60 credit hours (including dual credit): You’re eligible for Missouri S&T scholarships and financial aid.

Because we’re a cooperative program, you’re eligible for scholarships and financial aid from either school, but not both schools (MSU, S&T) at the same time.

You may also qualify for aid like grants or loans.

Missouri State’s Office of Student Financial Aid will process any scholarships and financial aid you receive.

Apply for Missouri State scholarships and financial aid (60 or fewer credit hours)

To apply, complete your:

Apply for Missouri S&T scholarships and financial aid (60 or more credit hours)

To apply, complete your:

MSU resources

For more information, refer to the Office of Student Financial Aid or the scholarships section of the Frequently Asked Questions page.

What are the requirements?

For many scholarships, your grades are the biggest factor.

Your financial need, major and campus or community service can help you earn scholarships, too.

You must meet and maintain the scholarship award and renewal criteria.

You’re considered for all funding in which you’re eligible.

Transfer students

Transfer students are only eligible for Missouri S&T transfer scholarships.

Transfer students are not eligible for Missouri S&T Partners in Excellence scholarships.

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MSU Foundation Scholarships

MSU Foundation Scholarships are made possible through private gifts to the University made by individuals, groups or companies. They are awarded to students each year based on a wide range of criteria: college, major/minor, high school attended, outstanding academic achievement, leadership, financial need, etc.

The Search Tool will allow you to view available scholarships. You may search using keywords or the category search filter option, however you cannot apply for scholarships using the Search Tool.

For more information, including how to apply for all Foundation Scholarship opportunities by the March 1 deadline, please visit the MSU Foundation Scholarships.