Transfer Scholarships

All awards are renewable provided certain criteria are met. Unless noted, none of these scholarships may be combined. For more specific information, visit the Office of Financial Aid’s website.

Students who transfer with 120 or more credit hours are not eligible for automatic transfer scholarships. Automatic transfer scholarships are only available for students who are working on their first bachelor’s degree. Eligibility is evaluated once you’ve been accepted to Mizzou.

Automatic Awards: Simply apply for admission to qualify

Missouri Residents

Amount Per Year (Academic Year 2021-22) Minimum Criteria
$4,500 3.75 GPA and 24 or more transferrable credit hours
$3,500 3.50 GPA and 24 or more transferrable credit hours
$2,500 3.00 GPA and 24 or more transferrable credit hours
$2,500 3.00 GPA and 25–36 ACT or 1200–1600 SAT and fewer than 24 transferrable credit hours
$1,000* Be a member of Phi Theta Kappa
$500* Have earned an associate of arts degree from a Missouri community college (AA, AS, ADN, AFA, AAT, ASN, AE, AAA)
100% of unmet need for tuition and fees Missouri Land Grant: For Pell-eligible students.
Must submit FAFSA to MU by Jan. 1.

Missouri resident scholarships are available to U.S. citizens and permanent residents only.

Nonresidents

Amount Per Year (Academic Year 2021-22) Minimum Criteria
Full reduction of nonresident fees (approximately $17,204) 3.90 GPA and 24 or more transferrable credit hours
Half reduction of nonresident fees (approximately $8,602) 3.00 GPA and 24 or more transferrable credit hours
Half reduction of nonresident fees (approximately $8,602) 3.00 GPA and 27–36 ACT or 1200–1600 SAT and fewer than 24 transferrable
credit hours
$1,000* Be a member of Phi Theta Kappa
$500* Have earned an associate of arts degree from a Missouri community college (AA, AS, ADN, AFA, AAT, ASN, AE, AAA)

*Phi Theta Kappa and Missouri community college associate of arts degree awards may be combined with other awards. All scholarships are subject to change without notice. They are not to be regarded as offers to contract.

Nonresident scholarships can only be applied to the nonresident portion of tuition.

Please note: International applicants to Coordinated Undergraduate Degree Programs (CUDPs) in the Missouri School of Journalism are not considered for transfer scholarships.

Students previously enrolled at Mizzou as a degree seeking student are not eligible for transfer scholarships.