The Freedom Scholarship is available through the University of Central Missouri Foundation for a full-time undergraduate or graduate student who demonstrates active involvement in community building activities at UCM or in their home community. Incoming freshmen are eligible to apply. This scholarship was initiated by the Association of African American Faculty and Staff at UCM in 1994. The purpose of the Freedom scholarship is to provide an opportunity for students from populations historically under-represented in higher education to obtain their undergraduate degree.
- Freshmen recipients of the Freedom Scholarship must participate in the UCM Mentorship Program administered by the MAPS Office.
- Supplemental Questions
- Are you a first generation college student? This means you are the first in your family to attend college.
- Attach an essay (approximately 500 words) on your vision for "Keeping the Dream Alive." Essay will be scored on references to Dr. King, grammar, punctuation and originality.
- Letter #1: Please provide the name and email address of a person (non-relative) who we may contact on your behalf to provide a letter of reference.
- Letter #2: Please provide the name and email address of a person (non-relative) who we may contact on your behalf to provide a letter of reference.