Skip to Main Navigation | Skip to Content




UCM Foundation

Smiser Alumni Center
Warrensburg, MO 64093
Phone: 660.543.8000
Toll Free: 866.752.7257
giving@ucmo.edu





military

Department of Military Science and Leadership

Students may apply for multiple scholarships. Most applications for the 2014-2015 academic year must be completed and submitted by March 1, 2014.  Be sure to check below for scholarships that have an application deadline other than March 1.

Name of Scholarship To apply, a student must:
UCM Navy V-12 Scholarship (for incoming freshmen students)
  • be an incoming freshman student and be accepted to UCM
  • have been or planning for a military career or have a parent or relative that has been associated with the military (see application for details)
  • demonstrate outstanding leadership abilities and high scholastic achievement
  • possess high standards of character as evidenced by statements from peers, employers and instructors
  • demonstrate financial need
UCM Navy V-12 Scholarship
  • be a full-time undergraduate or graduate student at UCM
  • have been or planning for a military career or have a parent or relative that has been associated with the military (see application for details)
  • demonstrate outstanding leadership abilities and high scholastic achievement
  • possess high standards of character as evidenced by statements from peers, employers and instructors
  • demonstrate financial need
Wake Island Defenders Memorial Scholarship
  • be a full-time undergraduate or graduate student in good academic standing at UCM
  • be a descendant of a Wake Island Defender (however, if no descendants of a Wake Island Defender apply or are deemed eligible, consideration shall be given to students actively involved in the ROTC program at UCM or pursuing a degree in social studies and/or history at UCM
  • have a minimum overall cumulative GPA of 2.0
  • be of high moral character
  • be a U.S. citizen
Major Jack R. Williams Army ROTC Scholarship(no application)
  • be a full-time undergraduate or graduate student in good academic standing
  • be a contracted cadet in the Army ROTC program
  • maintain an Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) standard of 270
  • be fully devoted and an active participant in the program, demonstrating leadership by example
  • all contracted cadets in the Army ROTC program will be considered

 


Scholarship Deadline



On-Campus Tuition / Credit Hour

Missouri Resident
Undergraduate: $213.15
Graduate: $276.25
Non-Resident
Undergraduate: $426.30
Graduate: $552.50

Please see our cost calculator for more information.