The MarooNation Ball events in St. Louis, Kansas City and Springfield are black-tie optional galas that have become signature events for Missouri State University. Proceeds from the MarooNation Ball galas go toward student scholarships. By supporting the galas, Missouri State and its students, you’re not just part of an event, you’re part of the future of the next generation of Bears. Meet the students whose paths have changed because of these events and the scholarship support gained from it. Your support of the MarooNation Ball has become part of their Missouri State journey. Thank you!
MarooNation St. Louis Student Scholarship
Brianna Moore and Grace Murray
The MarooNation St. Louis Student Scholarship is awarded to students from the St. Louis metropolitan area who embody what it means to be a Bear and exemplify the University’s mission in Public Affairs. Brianna Moore and Grace Murray are this academic year’s scholarship recipients. These young women are outstanding Missouri State students on their way to do great things. Proceeds from the MarooNation Ball St. Louis go toward the scholarship.
Buy your tickets for the MarooNation Ball St. Louis on January 13
MarooNation Kansas City Student Scholarship
Proceeds from the MarooNation Ball Kansas City support the MarooNation Kansas City Student Scholarship. Darian Bengston is the 2017-18 scholarship recipient. Darian is not only making his Missouri Statement, he’s making a difference and making the most of his Missouri State experience. This scholarship is awarded to students from the Kansas City metropolitan area who have done well academically, have college potential, shown leadership qualities and a commitment to the Public Affairs mission of Missouri State University.
Buy your tickets for the MarooNation Ball Kansas City on February 10
MarooNation Springfield Student Scholarship
Emma Saake is the recipient of the MarooNation Springfield Student Scholarship for this academic year. This scholarship was established with the intention of helping a student attending the Springfield campus, who is facing an unplanned life altering situation or unexpected hardship at no fault of their own, pursue their college education with a lessened financial hardship. Proceeds from the MarooNation Ball Springfield go toward the scholarship.
Buy your tickets for the MarooNation Ball Springfield on June 8