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Additional Scholarship & Financial Information

Scholarship Search Engines

Scholarship Search Engines: 


FastWeb Scholarship Search

A free scholarship search resource. Begin by entering data about yourself and course of study to create a scholarship mailbox. Information in your mailbox will be automatically updated for you, giving you the names, addresses, and details of the scholarships that you'd be eligible to apply for. Suggested form letters to each scholarship organization are also included.


College Board Scholarship Search

Available through the College Board On Line, this site is a free scholarship search.


Go College - The Collegiate Websource

One of the largest free scholarship databases in the country. Also includes information about the PLUS Loan, which is a very attractive government guaranteed program.




Free college profile: Scholarship Matches, SAT/ACT Test Prep, and more.








Additional Resources: 

Missouri Education and Training Voucher Program

The Missouri Education and Training Voucher Program offers funds to foster youth and former foster youth to enable them to attend colleges, universities and vocational training institutions. Students may receive up to $5000 a year for four years as they pursue higher education. The funds may be used for tuition, books or qualified living expenses. These funds are available on a first-come, first-served basis to students out of the Missouri foster care system.



Veterans' Benefits: Veterans enrolled at the College who want to apply for the appropriate G.I. Benefits must fill out the Application for Education Benefits and submit a certified copy of their DD214. In addition to this application, a veteran is responsible for completing an enrollment notice each semester. These forms may be obtained in the Financial Aid Office. Veterans must also maintain satisfactory academic progress as defined by Moberly Area Community College 's academic policy. More information is available at the Financial Aid Veteran's Benefits page.

Vocational Rehabilitation: 1-573-882-9110

Students who have a disability which may preclude their having normal full-time employment may be eligible to receive benefits from the State of Missouri Rehabilitation Office. Students should contact the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation in Jefferson City, Missouri, or contact the Office of Student Services for more information.

WIA (Workforce Investment Act): 1-800-704-1179

Prospective students who will be pursuing a degree or a one-year vocational training program and have economic barriers to education may qualify for assistance through the Workforce Investment Act (WIA). Information may be obtained by calling 1-800-704-1179.

The Simple Dollar, a website dedicated to conducting data driven and unbiased research that for the last few years has served as a trusted resource for families, organizations and major publications such as Forbes, Business Insider, and The Wall Street Journal. The Simple Dollar, offers guides designed for students and parents that give practical advice on developing and building upon healthy financial habits throughout one's life as well as a comprehensive handbook on credit.  You can see the guides here:


OTHER Funding/Financial information:

American Indian College Fund

United Negro College Fund

Hispanic College Fund

Hispanic Scholarship Fund

The Asian and Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund

International Scholarship Search 

Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation


Missouri Travel Council Tourism Scholarship

The Horatio Agler Association's State Scholarship program in Missouri provides scholarships to high school seniors who pursue higher education. Horatio Alger Scholars are students who have risen above adversity in their lives to maintain their grades, remain active in their communities and participate in extracurricular activities. The Horatio Alger Missouri Scholarship Program provides financial assistance to student who have exhibited integrity and perseverance in overcoming personal adversity and who aspire to pursue higher education.

The SmartStudent Guide to Financial Aid

This web page is a good starting point and general resource for financial aid information, including loans, grants, scholarships and work. Look here for lists of answers to frequently asked questions about financial aid, tips on how to avoid scholarship scams, and general information on financial aid policies and procedures. Many other financial aid web sites can be accessed from here.


National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators

This site has financial aid calculators, scholarship searches, scam alerts, EFC estimators and much more.


On this site you will find information to help you plan your career and pay for your education.

hotlink: http://www.nslds.ed.gov/nslds_SA/

National Student Loan Data System


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