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Community Foundation of the Ozarks Scholarship Program

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Community Foundation of the Ozarks is proud to administer scholarships as a service to the greater community. Most of our scholarship programs are for graduating high school seniors. However, a substantial number are available to students currently enrolled in college/university or considering post-graduate study. Eligibility for Community Foundation of the Ozarks' scholarships is most often determined by residency in a particular town or county. Some scholarships programs are open to any eligible student in the Missouri Ozarks - defined as south of the Missouri River/outside of the Kansas City and St. Louis metropolitan areas; others have special criteria established by donors, organizations, institutions or businesses. For more specific scholarship information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.



  • Contact
  • Beth Hersh
  • P.O. Box 8960
  • Springfield, MO 65801
  • bhersh@cfozarks.org
  • 417-864-6199

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