All the students applying to the MU or University Missouri and Honors College are welcome to one of the best every opportunity called MU’s Premier Scholars Program. Fellows who apply for admission at the University of Missouri and Honors College and have at least a 32 ACT, 3.5 core GPA are only eligible for this scholar’s program. The program is open to students of any nationality and who are enrolled in the accredited US or international high school. This is an outstanding program for outstanding students which ultimately reduces all the financial pressure on the students and opens the door of success.
The Stamps Scholars program separates the deserving and outstanding students who have the real potential of performing extraordinarily and developing the nation with their skills and achievements. This program opens students to one-on-one faculty-guided research, artistry planning, design, and performance, and the presentation of their scholarship to campus, community, and public audiences. It provides enough financial support and guidance to make most of these student’s talent and will power.
The University of Missouri is a proud partner in the Stamps Scholars Program, sponsored by the Stamps Family Charitable Foundation, Inc. MUHC joined the Stamps Scholars Program in 2016, and the ongoing relationship has had a lasting and positive impact on their campus and Honors communities. They are committed to acting ethically, welcoming differences, and exchanging ideas openly. They are accountable to themselves, each other, and the public they serve.
Get a glance of all the details about the scholarship in the table below:
|Organization||University of Missouri|
|Educational Level||High school seniors|
|Amount||$16,000 and more|
|Number of Awards||Undefined|
|Nationality||Domestic and International|
|Application Deadline||December 1, 2020|
|Requirement||Application, Letter of Recommendations, Transcripts|
Who May Be Eligible?
Check the requirements mentioned below to ensure about your eligibility:
- Candidates who apply for admission at the University of Missouri and Honors College and have at least a 32 ACT, 3.5 core GPA are only eligible for this scholar’s program.
- The program is open to students of any nationality and who are enrolled in the accredited US or international high school.
How to Apply
Prospective students who meet the requirements, and who intend to apply, should strive to submit all application materials for admission to both MU and the Honors College to allow time for processing and formal notification of admission to each. Candidates who are not applying for the Honors College are not considered for this program. No exceptions will be made. Candidates should make sure they provide adequate details during their admission to be considered for this program. Late or incomplete applications will not be entertained.
- Students must include their high school transcripts and recommendation letters.
- Admission applications before the deadline
Stamps Scholars at the University of Missouri received a four-year, full scholarship (covering up to the total estimated cost of attendance), plus an additional $16,000 academic and leadership development fund to be used over a Scholar’s four years to enhance their intellectual, critical-thinking, engagement, and leadership skills development. Stamps Scholars will also have unique opportunities, including a dedicated mentor, extensive and extended site visits, alumni networking, several options for travel-study experiences (both abroad and away), and attendance at the biennial Stamps Scholars National Convention in Atlanta, GA.
Please submit your applications before December 1, 2020.