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Departmental Scholarships

Heilbrunn Scholarship for entering freshman

  • Heilbrunn Scholarships are awarded to incoming freshman based on their ACT/SAT scores.
  • Students with ACT scores of 25 to 29 receive a $400 scholarship and ACT scores of 30 + receive a $250 scholarship.


Alumni Scholarships for sophomores, juniors and seniors

  • When funds are available, $250 scholarships are awarded to the top returning students based on their GPA. 


Gale-Hufham Scholarship for outstanding upperclassmen

  • The Gale-Hufham Scholarship is named after Dr. Nord Gale (founding chair of the Department of Biological Sciences) and Dr. Jim Hufham (the first faculty member hired by
      Dr. Gale). 
  • This $1000 endowed scholarship recognizes one outstanding Junior or Senior (having completed greater than 60 hours at Missouri S&T) selected by the Biological Sciences
    Scholarship committee.


Margaret Summers Pre-Medicine Scholarship

  • The Margaret Summers Pre-Medicine Scholarship is an endowed scholarship was created in memory of Margaret Summers, mother of Missouri S&T professor Dr. David
    Summers. 
  • This scholarship recognizes a Junior or Senior (having completed greater than 60 hours at Missouri S&T) interested in a career  in the health professions.
  • This $1000 Scholarship is awarded based on an application submitted to the Pre-Medicine Advisory Committee
  • The scholarship application is available at the following webpage http://web.mst.edu/~scrubs/premedadvisors.html

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