The Community Foundation of the Ozarks (CFO) is awarding $1.7 million in scholarships. This accelerated procedure is made possible by the CFO’s one-of-a-kind universal application, which strives to increase efficiency for scholarship applicants. Students may begin the application process by going to
Customized Applications Using the CFO’s Universal Form
The CFO’s universal application is a comprehensive online form with personalized questions for each student. This user-friendly website links students with qualified funding possibilities by utilizing their comments. This method not only saves time, but it also reveals scholarships that students may not have been aware of previously.
Various Scholarship Opportunities
The CFO provides scholarships to graduating seniors. Also open to current college students pursuing post-graduate or technical studies. The value of scholarships ranges from $200 to $10,000.Many have the added benefit of being renewable for up to four years.
Abundant Scholarship Funding
During the 2024-2025 academic year, the CFO plans to award about 900 scholarships to students in central and southern Missouri, using the approximately 480 scholarship assets at its disposal. These assets, which have been laid out by numerous individuals, families, or groups, cover diverse purposes, including assisting understudies who are looking for specialized fields of study or persons who attend the contributor’s matriculation institute.
Obtaining and Applying Information
Detailed information regarding CFO’s scholarship opportunities and the application process may be found at cfozarks.org/grants. The platform’s goal is to be accessible to all students and easy to adapt to their needs.
Deadline for Applications and Contact Information
The majority of CFO scholarships will end applications on Sunday, March 24. For additional information, contact Beth Hersh, the CFO’s director of scholarships, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 417-864-6199.
About the Ozarks Community Foundation
The CFO supports donors, nonprofit partners, and 54 regional affiliate foundations as the region’s biggest public philanthropic foundation. The CFO is committed to improving the quality of life for people in central and southern Missouri via resource development, community grant making, cooperation, and public leadership, with assets totaling $427 million as of June 30, 2023.