A highly competitive scholarship of $12,000 per year
Since its inception in 1989, the Chancellor’s Scholarship has been awarded to more than 405 students representing virtually every major field of study.
This highly competitive scholarship of $12,000 per year will be awarded to 20 students. This would be a revised scholarship offer and will supersede any other offer that was provided by admissions. Bright Flight would still stack with this scholarship if eligible.
This is a four-year package renewable with a cumulative grade point average of 3.00.
Eligibility for the Chancellor’s Scholarship is met by fulfilling the following criteria:
To apply for the Chancellor’s Scholarship, all eligibility requirements must be met, and all instructions must be completed for an application to be considered.
We require that you apply for admission no later than November 14th to allow time to process your admissions application. Visit apply.mst.edu, and complete the online admissions application. You will also submit your high school transcript and official test score.
All communications regarding the scholarship application will be sent to both your personal and S&T student email accounts. Learn more about setting up your S&T email.
Complete the Chancellor's Scholarship application and submit your essay before the December 1, 2021 deadline. You can submit the application and essay at the Chancellor's Scholarship Application website.
Because of the outstanding credentials of all applicants, the scholarship essay is a critical part of the early evaluation process.
For over fifty years people have attempted to mitigate the impact humanity has on the environment by recycling and reusing as much material as possible. Write an essay describing in which industries this effort has significantly benefited the environment, and where it has fallen short. Describe opportunities you will have at Missouri S&T to learn how to craft a more sustainable future. Document the sources you used in developing your position.
The scholarship committee will judge essays based on the following:
You will be notified within the first two weeks of January if you are or are not moving forward in the process. Each finalist will receive an invitation to participate in an interview on campus towards the end of January.