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Missouri Public Service Survivor Grant Program

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Public Service Officer or Employee's Child Survivor Grant Program provides tuition grants to dependent children and spouses of public safety officers or Missouri Department of Transportation employees engaged in the construction or maintenance of the state's highways, roads, and bridges who were killed or permanently and totally disabled in the line of duty.

    Eligibility:
    -Enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a full-time undergraduate student at a participating Missouri postsecondary school
    -Less than 24 years of age (applies to dependent children only)
    -Maintaining satisfactory academic progress as defined by the school
    -A Missouri resident and a United States citizen or eligible non-citizen
    -Not be pursuing a degree or certificate in theology or divinity

    The maximum semester grant amount will be the lesser of the following:
    -Actual tuition charged for 12 credit hours at the school where you are enrolled full time
    or
    -Amount of tuition for 12 credit hours charged to an undergraduate Missouri resident enrolled full time in the same class level and in the same academic major at the University of Missouri-Columbia

    The MDHE will provide notice to you of your eligibility. The school you are attending determines final eligibility at the time the grant funds are requested each semester.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • PO Box 1469
  • Jefferson City, MO 65102-1469
  • tel: 800-473-6757
  • fax: 573-751-6635

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