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MU law student Paul Wade awarded Pat Tillman Foundation scholarship for military service

MU law student Paul Wade awarded Pat Tillman Foundation scholarship for military service

By Sarah Peterson | Sept. 19, 2017

Wade served on active duty for 12 years and currently participates in the Missouri National Guard while volunteering in the community.

CAFNR announces estate gift donated to establish Brazeale Family Scholarship

CAFNR announces estate gift donated to establish Brazeale Family Scholarship

By Morgan Smith | Sept. 18, 2017

The fund will cover 25 percent of the annual tuition costs each year for eight Missouri residents; when fully endowed, it will amount to approximately 30 annual scholarships.

Chancellor Cartwright announces new financial aid packages for Pell-eligible students

Chancellor Cartwright announces new financial aid packages for Pell-eligible students

By Stephi Smith | Aug. 25, 2017

“The grants use a combination of federal, state, and institutional resources to meet the cost of tuition and fees at Mizzou,” according to a Q&A provided by the News Bureau.

Bright Flight scholarship faces potential reduction for spring semester

By Megan Smith | Nov. 7, 2016

Students could potentially lose $300 in scholarship funds.

Senior selected for Schwarzman Scholars Program

By Thomas Oide | Jan. 26, 2016

Senior Anurag Chandran will head to Beijing for a year to pursue a master’s degree.

Undocumented immigrants further discouraged from attending Missouri colleges

By Tessa Weinberg | Sept. 30, 2015

Some say recent legislation is a matter of discrimination, not lack of funding.

Wednesday’s veto session: All you need to know

By Bryanna Leach | Sept. 16, 2015

The veto session will cover topics from the A+ Scholarship to minimum wage and insurance laws. It begins Wednesday at noon and could go as late as Thursday.

Wolfe presents plan for new Missouri Promise scholarship program

By Taylor Blatchford | April 11, 2015

The scholarship aims to improve college enrollment rates of high-achieving Missouri students.

Missouri A+ funding might be reduced following budget restrictions

By Paige Lalain | Sept. 23, 2014

The program grants high school students two years of funding at a community college.

On Campus: New scholarship amounts released

Posted to On Campus by Crystal Duan on Sept. 6, 2013 at 3:29 p.m.

Chancellor Brady Deaton announced this morning that MU will increase scholarships for incoming students in Fall 2014, according to an MU News Bureau news release. The changes taking place include the values of various scholarships. The Curators Scholars Award for Missouri residents is now valued at $4,500; it was ...

In Print: Fellowship Office changes leadership

By Connor Casey | Sept. 2, 2011

The office is in place to help students apply for scholarships and fellowships.

In Print: MU discusses possible athletic scholarship increase

By Hunter Woodall | July 6, 2011

No final decisions have been made regarding an increase.

In Print: Student loan debt to exceed $1 trillion before 2012

By Kari Paul | April 26, 2011

Pell Grant funding will drop to its lowest level since 1998.

The Newsroom: Freshman chosen for annual Maneater scholarship

Posted to The Newsroom by Zach Toombs on April 19, 2011 at 4:12 p.m.

Assistant News Editor Allison Prang was named the fourth recipient of The Maneater’s annual scholarship for its staff members last week. An alumni steering committee selected Prang for the $500 scholarship based on her work as a political beat writer and for her passion for the newspaper. "As an ...

In Print: Tuition increase sends students in search of financial aid

By Caitlin Swieca | Feb. 4, 2011

The number of students applying for financial aid has increased yearly.

In Print: SPJ retires Helen Thomas award after controversy

By Allison Prang | Jan. 21, 2011

SPJ Adviser Charles Davis disagrees with the group's decision to retire the award.

Nixon aims to increase Missouri's number of college degree holders 25%

In Print: Nixon aims to increase Missouri's number of college degree holders 25%

By Allison Prang | Jan. 21, 2011

Nixon proposed his budget for Fiscal Year 2012 during the address.

City, State and Nation : Gov. Nixon announces increased Access Missouri scholarships

Posted to City, State and Nation by Steven Dickherber on Jan. 14, 2011 at 2:46 p.m.

Gov. Nixon announced today Access Missouri program scholarships would be increased through the Missouri Department of Higher Education for the 2010-2011 academic year. For students at MU under the Access Missouri program, the scholarship amount awarded will increase to $1,010 from $950. "I am pleased my administration will be ...

In Print: MU touts increased minority enrollment as retention rates lag

By Luke Udstuen | Nov. 12, 2010

Scholarships for minorities have not increased since 2001.

In Print: LGBTQ Resource Center to offer scholarships

By Jaime Henry-White | Sept. 24, 2010

The scholarships were approved in 2005 but forgotten until recently.

Editorial: Why the double standard, MU?

By now, it’s probably safe to assume everybody and their mother knows what’s going on with Derrick Washington: He has been charged with felony sexual assault, permanently suspended from the football team, his arraignment is in late September, and he is keeping his scholarship to finish his last ...

MU breaks records for overall, minority enrollment

In Print: MU breaks records for overall, minority enrollment

By Jared Grafman | Aug. 24, 2010

University officials expect enrollment to drop in coming years.

In Print: New grant to benefit wartime veterans' families

By Christine Cauthen | Aug. 24, 2010

The grant will be available to 25 people.

Politics Watch: MU enters Yellow Ribbon program for veterans in 2010-11

Posted to Politics Watch by Wes Duplantier on Aug. 4, 2010 at 12:09 p.m.

MU will be one of 1,100 schools in the country to offer veterans help in paying for college as part of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs "Yellow Ribbon" Program, the department announced this morning. The department made 152 agreements with Missouri colleges and universities and a full ...

Politics Watch: Access Missouri scholarships face cuts by up to 50 percent

Posted to Politics Watch by Wes Duplantier on July 27, 2010 at 4:54 p.m.

The Missouri Department of Higher Education announced Tuesday that individual Access Missouri scholarships will be cut by as much as 50 percent in the coming school year. In a letter to presidents and chancellors of the state's colleges and universities Tuesday, the department's Interim Commissioner for Higher Education ...

Cuts to scholarships, MU programs take effect

In Print: Cuts to scholarships, MU programs take effect

By Gregory Zajac | July 7, 2010

More than 4,600 MU students will be affected by the scholarship cuts.

State budget reductions affect scholarships

By Jimmy Hibsch | June 19, 2010

MOREnet lost all its state funding due to cuts.

In Print: Mo. House approves Access Missouri changes

By Will Guldin | April 23, 2010

The bill equalizes public and private school scholarships.