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Aug. 1

Students who want to attend Mizzou next Fall can start submitting applications.

FAFSA available

Oct. 1

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) becomes available on Oct. 1. We recommend all students fill out the FAFSA. Mizzou’s FAFSA code is 002516, and our priority deadline is Jan. 1.

Recommended apply-by date for scholarships*

Nov. 15

You can apply to Mizzou at any time, but you should apply for admission by Nov. 15 to ensure you are able to apply for general and departmental scholarships by Dec. 1. Learn how to Apply.

Once you’ve applied to Mizzou, use ScholarshipUniverse to apply for general and departmental scholarships by Dec. 1.

*Transfer students should submit their applications by Dec. 15 to ensure you are able to apply for general and departmental scholarships by Jan. 1.

Apply for general and departmental scholarships*

Dec. 1

Apply for general and departmental scholarships by the Dec. 1* priority deadline using ScholarshipUniverse. You have to submit the application for admission first.

*For transfer students, the deadline to apply for general and departmental scholarships is Jan. 1.

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