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Human Development and Family Science Scholarships

To fill out a scholarship application, please see the Office of Financial Aid’s website at http://financialaid.missouri.edu. For inquiries regarding a particular scholarship listed on this page, please visit the College of Human Environmental Sciences (HES) Development Office located in 122 Gwynn Hall or call (573) 882-7514.

Undergraduate Scholarships

The fund was established in honor of Chanel L. Goodwin’s parents, Mr. William Goodwin and Ms. Stella Goodwin, Ms. Rachel Clark (grandmother), and Dr. Marilyn Coleman (mentor and friend). To provide one or more annual awards to undergraduate students enrolled in the Department of Human Development and Family Science. First preference shall be given to a minority student involved in community service who is pursuing a degree in Human Development and Family Science. Second preference shall be given to students who are involved in community service. Third preference shall be given to students with a demonstrated financial need.

This scholarship is awarded to a graduate or undergraduate minority student in Human Development and Family Science.

Provides for the Marilyn Coleman Outstanding Human Development and Family Science Graduate Student Scholarship. Also provides for the Virginia L. Fisher “Gumption” Award to the senior in Human Development and Family Science who best exemplifies “gumption” during his/her academic career.

Provides for the Virginia L. Fisher “Gumption” Award to the senior in Human Development and Family Studies who best exemplifies gumption during his/her academic career.

This award is for a minority graduate or undergraduate student majoring in Human Development and Family Science who has demonstrated concern for improving society.

This scholarship is awarded to a student in Human Development and Family Science.

This scholarship will provide awards to sophomores or juniors enrolled in the Department of Human Development and Family Science with high scholastic standing and demonstrated financial need.

One or more annual scholarship awards shall be given to students enrolled in the Family and Consumer Sciences Program in the College of Human Environmental Sciences. First preference shall be given to a junior or senior level student of good moral character with a grade point average of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale. Additional preference shall be given to a student with a demonstrated financial need.

Graduate Scholarships

See complete list of Graduate Fellowship and Scholarship Awards.