2023-2024 Scholarship Form

All applicants must meet specific scholarship guidelines. Please review the scholarship descriptions and qualifications on our Scholarship information page before completing this form.

It is strongly recommended that students submit their 2023-2024 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to document financial need.

Scholarship Application Deadline: March 17, 2023

 


 

Select the Scholarship(s) for which you are applying:

Institutional Scholarships

Academic Department Scholarships:

One scholarship will be awarded from each Academic Department (currently seven): Communication, Education, Fine Arts, History, Math, Psychology/Sociology, and Science) to students who are actively pursuing an Associate of Arts, Associate of Arts in Teaching, or Associate of Science degree at Moberly Area Community College. You may apply for more than one.

Health Science Department Scholarships:

One scholarship will be awarded from each Health Science Department (currently seven): Associate Degree Nursing, Accelerated Associate Degree Nursing, Practical Nursing, Medical Laboratory Technician, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Surgical Technology, and Behavior Health Support.

Workforce Development and Technical Education Department Scholarships:

Five scholarships (one per division) will be awarded from Workforce Development and Technical Education departments, to students seeking an Associate of Applied Science degree or certificate in the following areas: Business Administration/ Business Office Administration; Early Childhood Education, Advanced Manufacturing/Mechatronics; Information Technology (Networking/Programming); and, Agriculture Technology/Veterinary Technology).

Additional Institutional Scholarships:

For students who completed the GED or HiSET exam in place of the high school diploma.
You must provide portfolio of work to lead art instructor for consideration.
Applicants must be seeking a degree or certificate at MACC and be a member of a special population. Special populations include: single parents, displaced homemakers, dislocated workers, individuals with disabilities, economically disadvantaged, students seeking employment in an occupation traditionally dominated by the opposite gender (non-traditional), have a disability, or, students who have limited English proficiency. The New Traditions program also manages several scholarships from external donors. Please see list below under Non-Institutional & Endowment Scholarships.
Selected by lead drama faculty.
You must audition with MACC's Music Director; recipients must enroll in MACC Singers.

 


 

Other Non-Institutional & Endowment Scholarships

All applicants must meet specific scholarship guidelines. Any additional comments or recommendations are welcome. Please attach a copy of the high school transcript (include ACT scores if available) to the application. It is strongly recommended that students file their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to document financial need. Award values are subject to change.

Non-Institutional New Traditions Scholarships:

Applicants must be seeking a degree or certificate at MACC and be a member of a special population. Special populations include: single parents, displaced homemakers, dislocated workers, individuals with disabilities, economically disadvantaged, students seeking employment in an occupation traditionally dominated by the opposite gender (non-traditional), have a disability, or, students who have limited English proficiency.  These scholarships are funded by community donors.

Must be a female student pursing a degree in education.
Must reside in Randolph county and demonstrate high financial need .
Preference given to students seeking an AAS degree in Business Administration or an AA degree with an emphasis in Business.
Must be a resident of Randolph County and have a strong GPA; preference given to education majors.
Preference given to accounting majors.
Must be a female student attending the Moberly campus.
Must be pursing a degree or certificate in a Workforce Development & Technical Education field, must demonstrate financial need, have a minimum 2.50 GPA, and be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours.
Must be a female student who demonstrates low-income.
Must be a female student.
Must be a resident of Randolph County. Preference given to veterans, or students related to a veteran.

 


 

The following scholarships are for fall 2022 and spring 2023 MACC graduates only:

Must be a Randolph County resident
Must be transferring to University of Missouri-Columbia or Truman State University. Reference letters required.
Must be transferring to University of Missouri-Columbia or Truman State University. Reference letters required.
Reference letters required.
Reference letters required.
Must be a Randolph County resident and Moberly High School graduate. Must be transferring to Truman State University.
Reference letters required.

 


 

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