Graduate & Professional Program Scholarships
Office of Graduate Studies
Graduate students can apply for graduate assistantships, fellowships and scholarships, including scholarships that fund dissertation research, travel and professional presentations.
For more information, consult the Office of Graduate Studies’ financial aid guide.
School of Law
The University of Missouri Law School Foundation has established need-based and merit-based scholarships for law students. Students entering the school in fall semester must have a complete law school application packet on file by Jan. 15 of that year to be considered by the scholarship committee.
Questions regarding scholarships should be addressed to the Law School Admissions Office (not MU Student Financial Aid) at 573-882-6042.
School of Medicine
Most scholarships received by medical students are institutionally funded through donations and gifts from alumni and friends of the school. Need-based and merit-based scholarships are available. Recipients are selected by the School of Medicine Scholarship and Financial Aid Committee according to scholarship guidelines. Each student receives a scholarship application following formal admission to the school.
Visit the School of Medicine’s website for more information about scholarships for medical students.
College of Veterinary Medicine
The MU College of Veterinary Medicine offers grants and scholarships from endowments managed by the college and other sources. Scholarship awards are based on academic achievement and/or need.
For more information, check the college’s financial aid guide, or contact the College of Veterinary Medicine’s Admissions Office.
Tuition Settlement Scholarships
Financial aid maximum limits
All scholarships, grants, and financial resources you receive are subject to being reduced if the combined total reaches your maximum Cost of Attendance. If you feel that you have additional educational costs that exceed your standard Cost of Attendance (COA) then you can contact the Student Financial Aid office to see if there is an opportunity to appeal to increase your COA. Keep in mind, that even if your COA is able to be increased it does not mean that all of your financial aid scholarships, grants, or other resources can be increased.