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College of Continuing and Professional Studies Scholarship Application

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Deadline: 5 p.m. the first day of classes

This scholarship is available to undergraduate and post-baccalaureate students in the College of Continuing and Professional Studies, (CCPS). Awards are subject to the availability of funds.

  • Students must be admitted into the university, be in good standing (not in default on student loans), and in a degree-seeking program.

  • Students must have a cumulative Drury GPA of 3.0 or higher to be considered.

  • Scholarships can only be applied to tuition costs and are not refunded to students under any circumstances.

  • Unmet tuition costs must be a minimum of $100 to receive an award.

  • If a student receives a Pell Grant or Access Missouri Grant, those funds will be applied to the student’s account first.

  • Students are not eligible to receive Phi Theta Kappa/Dr. Archie Russell Scholarship and the CCPS Scholarship.

  • Students enrolled in the Law Enforcement Academy and full time cohort students are not eligible for the CCPS Scholarship.

  • Award amounts are determined by the number of credit hours for which students are enrolled.

  • For undergraduate students, a maximum of 15 and a minimum of 6 hours credit will be considered for fall or spring scholarships. For summer scholarships, a maximum of 6 hours and minimum of 3 hours credit will be considered.

  • For post-baccalaureate students, a maximum of 6 hours of undergraduate level credit hours will be considered for scholarships in any semester.

  • Scholarships are awarding according to the chart below:

Hours

Maximum Award

3*

$117

4*

$156

5*

$195

6

$234

7

$273

8

$312

9

$351

10

$390

11

$429

12-14

$468

15+

$525

*Summer Only

(Complete one application for each semester)

Deadline: The drop/add date of the relevant term

By submitting an application for the Archie and Marion Russell Scholarship, I understand and agree to the following terms: (Please check each requirement to acknowledge)