Summer is around the corner. We know this because there is a bouncy castle by the stadium and the fountain is on. You may be thinking about taking classes this summer. Good for you, and there might be financial aid for it too! Here is how summer financial aid works… When you register for summer classes, our office will automatically look to see if you have any federal aid … [Read more...] about Summer Financial Aid
As the fall 2018 semester begins, we wanted to share a few important dates and reminders that may affect your financial aid funds. Please mark your calendar if these dates affect you: August 20-24: Change of Schedule Period (COSP) – During this time students are able to add and drop courses from their schedule as needed. Because schedules change so much during this week, … [Read more...] about Key Dates and Reminders: Fall 2018
The Office of Student Financial Aid will be closed until January 4th. We wish you a warm and happy New Year, and look forward to Spring 2018! Dates to remember January 15th: Last day to apply for admission and be considered for the Board of Governors, Provost, or Deans' scholarships. (View our scholarship offerings HERE) … [Read more...] about Closed for the Holidays
We get it. But maybe you could end up paying less next year? Admitted students have until March 1st to complete this General and Department Scholarship Application for 2017-2018 Foundation scholarships. It doesn't matter if you're an undergrad or graduate, in-state or out-of-state. It's free to apply, and you just need access to your My.MissouriState account first. On … [Read more...] about School Cost Got You Down?
Do you receive the Federal Pell Grant? Are you looking for additional funding to help pay for expenses? Do you want to work on campus? If you answered yes to these questions Work-Study could be the right fit for you! Stop by the Office of Student Employment in Shannon 113 to add your name to the Work-Study waiting list! As funds become available we'll award them to eligible … [Read more...] about Working Hard or Hardly Working?