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The Music department of Missouri Southern State University present, Carmina Burama

Midwest Student Exchange Program

Midwest Student Exchange for freshmen and transfer students

Academic Scholarships

Evans Fellowship & Honors Program Scholarships 
Presidential Scholarship *
Excellence Scholarship *
A+ Leadership Scholarship for qualified first time freshmen
Transfer Scholarships - PTK, Board of Governor's, University Academic, Transfer
Foundation Scholarships

* Use the Admission Selection Index Calculator below to determine if you are eligible for one of the scholarships marked with an asterisk.

Admission Selection Index Calculator

Presidential and Excellence Eligibility Calculator

First time freshman may use this calculator to determine if they are eligible for a Presidential or Excellence academic scholarship. Please fill in the following information and click 'Calculate'.  This information may be obtained from your high school transcript.

* This calculator is provided for your convenience and does not guarantee a scholarship 
* Home Schooled students and GED's will be evaluated individually using ACT scores and GED certificates.
Highest Composite ACT Score(01 to 36):
Class rank(1 to Class size):
Class size(1 to 9999):
GPA(0.00 to 4.00):

Miscellaneous Scholarships

Department/Performing Awards
Athletic Scholarships
Outside (non MSSU) Scholarship Information

Scholarship Suspension Appeal Information

In order to apply for Financial Aid Suspension Appeal and/or Scholarship Appeal, please complete this online application. Your information will be sent to MSSU's Financial Aid Office. If you are appealing both financial aid and a scholarship, you will need to complete an appeal for each. Please allow 10 business days for processing of the appeal. If your fees are due during that time, please make the necessary payment arrangements or pay by an alternate method to avoid being dropped.

Scholarship Suspension Appeal Form


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