Insuring Rural Communities Scholarship

The Insuring Rural Communities Scholarship will be provided to students from rural areas in Missouri and Illinois who are pursuing certificates or undergraduate degrees in information technology, health care, or risk management. As many as 15 students will be selected and awarded annually. This scholarship is renewable through graduation or up to ten semesters, and is available in amounts up to $5,000 per academic year.

To be eligible to be considered for this scholarship, applicants must:

  • Be a permanent resident for at least two years of a region outside a metropolitan area. Eligible counties are those not included in the official metropolitan statistical area as defined by the United States Census Bureau. Please proceed to the application to review the complete list of approximately 90 counties in Missouri and 60 in Illinois.
  • Be enrolled or planning to enroll in an accredited, nonprofit post-secondary program that will result in a degree or certificate.
  • Be pursuing undergraduate degrees or certificates in health care, information technology, or risk management.
  • Demonstrate significant financial need, as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or similar need calculations. Students with an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) over $15,000 must have significant and extenuating circumstances to be considered.
  • Have achieved a minimum cumulative 2.0 grade point average

The Insuring Rural Communities Scholarship is administered by The Scholarship Foundation of St. Louis. To be considered, completed applications and all required supporting documents must be submitted by May 15. Awards will be announced in July.

The Scholarship Foundation of St. Louis
6825 Clayton Ave, Suite 100, St. Louis, MO 63139
(314) 725-7990
info@sfstl.org

Donor
Insuring Rural Communities
Award
up to $5,000 renewable
Deadline
05/15/2020
Supplemental Questions
  1. Have you been a resident for at least two years of a rural county in Missouri or llinois? (Please click here to review the complete list of counties from which students are eligible to apply.)
  2. Are you pursuing an undergraduate degree or certificate in health care, information technology, or risk management?
  3. Applicant's Current Employer
  4. Applicant's Current Job Title or Occupation
  5. Hours Worked per Week
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