Finish Line Degree Completion Grant
NEW APPLICATION LINK: https://stlouisgraduates.academicworks.com/opportunities/4269
The program is administered by the Financial Aid Office in accordance with program rules and applicable laws. Grants are the decision of the MSLF and the participating school.
Questions? Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Missouri Scholarship & Loan Foundation
- up to $3,000
- Supplemental Questions
- Do you have a degree completion plan from the school you plan to attend?
- Where is your back balance held?
- Do you want to re-enroll at the institution where your back balance is held?
- If you answered no to the previous question, where do you want to enroll?
- How much is the past due balance that is preventing you from completing your education?
- Approximately how old is the back balance? (Enter month and year.) The back balance must be older than 4 months to be eligible for this program.
- Upload a current bill/statement that shows the outstanding back balance owed to the college/university.
- How many hours do you need to complete your degree/certificate?
- Upload the degree completion plan that has been approved by the school you plan to attend.
- What was your EFC the last time you completed the FAFSA?
- By entering my full name below, I authorize Missouri Scholarship & Loan Foundation (MSLF) and its agents to examine, verify and discuss my academic and/or financial records and other information which applies to the consideration of this application. Additionally, I authorize the school I currently attend and the school I plan to attend (if different) to share information with MSLF regarding enrollment status, GPA, billing and payment records, and financial aid records. I certify that all answers are accurate and truthful to the best of my knowledge. I understand that decisions relative to my participation in this program are made by the Missouri Scholarship & Loan Foundation in reliance upon the truth and accuracy of my statements. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), as amended, affords you certain rights regarding your education records. FERPA generally prohibits schools from releasing education records or certain information contained in such records, such as your grades, billing and payment records, financial aid awards, and other student record information, to third parties. This consent to release records to MSLF applies to such records that may otherwise be protected under FERPA. Institutions may, pursuant to Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2018 [Public Law 115-141] and with explicit written consent from the student, share Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) information with a scholarship-granting organization. I understand and agree that this authorization will remain in effect until I notify my school and MSLF in writing to revoke it. I understand that if this grant is used for educational expenses that are not required for my academic program, such as housing, meals or transportation, the grant may be considered taxable income. I understand that I should consult a tax advisor if I have questions about my specific situation.
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