Scholarships


Need-Based Grants and Scholarships


NEED-BASED GRANTS ESTIMATED AWARD COMMENTS / OTHER CRITERIA
Federal Pell Grant $555 - $5,550 A Federal grant for undergraduate students based on the student's financial need. Pell grants are awarded by the school's financial aid office, and provide up to $4,000 per year. A student's need is determined as a result of their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Pennsylvania State Grant Varies Awarded to Pennsylvania Residents that meet Requirements Indicated by Federal Student Aid Report (SAR).
Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant (SEOG) $120-$1,110 Awarded to those students determined to have financial need Indicated by Students Federal Student Aid Report (SAR).
Missouri Access Student Financial Assistance Program (MO Grant Program) $1,500 Awarded to Missouri Residents that meet Requirements Indicated by Federal Student Aid Report (SAR).
Vermont State Grant Varies Awarded to Vermont Residents that meet Requirements Indicated by Federal Student Aid Report (SAR).
Vocational Rehabilitation Varies Assists individuals with disabilities who are pursuing meaningful careers. Job Re-Training


NEED BASED SCHOLARSHIPSESTIMATED AWARDCOMMENTS / OTHER CRITERIA
Dr. William Pivonka Science Scholarship amount varies For a junior or senior declared science major with financial need, demonstrating academic excellence, must write essay.
A.G. Edwards Scholarship $1,150 Prefer Dependents of AGE Employees. Major In Accounting, business, economics and related disciplines. Must have strong academic performance and contribution to the university and community.
William and Anna Finch Graduate Education Scholarship $350 Recipient must have two years classroom teaching experience. Continuously enrolled full-time in Park's Master of Education program. Preference given to those educators re-entering the teaching profession.
David Mack Knight Business Administration Scholarship $430 Students must be majoring in Business Administration having completed at least two semesters with a 3.00 GPA or higher and demonstrate participation in Park extracurricular activities with evidence of leadership talent. Students with financial need will be given additional consideration.
Anna Louise Latimer Education Scholarship $360 Students must be an Education major (sophomore or higher) and maintain a 3.00 GPA. Preference will be given to those returning to college to enter the teacher profession. Student must also submit a letter of application describing financial need, professional goals and involvement in the community along with letters of recommendation form two professors.
Malan/Templeton Scholarship $620 Students must have a grade point average of 3.00, and be preparing for a vocation of teaching, medicine or religion. Be a Junior or Senior and demonstrate Financial Need.
Nickie and Don Martin Graduate Education Scholarship $250 Must have least two years of experience as a classroom teacher. Continuously enrolled full-time in Park's Master of Education Program or Master of Special Needs Education. Preference given to those involved with Special Needs Education. Employed in a school that serves students who are educationally at-risk. Maintain a 3.75 GPA while enrolled with no grade below B.
Elmer and Kathryn Martin and Angelo Patri Early Childhood Education Scholarship Varies Must be an Early Childhood educator working on a master's degree. Must have a 3.0 GPA and have Financial Need.
Sarah B. Osborne Science Scholarship Varies Park College graduate, Sarah B. Osborne, '28, established this scholarship. It is to provide scholarships for needy students in their junior or senior years of study, who preferably shall be interested in medical or scientific study.
Lora Margaret and Thomas Amherst Perry Endowed Tuition Scholarship Varies Student must be full-time, in good academic standing and demonstrate financial need. Student must demonstrate self-reliance, self-discipline and good working habits in the work study program. Student must be at least partially self-supporting.