Workshop: Melding Formal and Informal Education for Social Change

Learn about the eligibility criteria for the federal student aid programs.

Article from "The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education"

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Annual Student Essay Contest Deadline for Submission: March 3, 2015

ATLANTA — Morehouse graduate Charles Black was one of just eight students to take a social philosophy course from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the college in 1961. (Photo by Claire Simms)
Morehouse College will host a public program on its Martin Luther King, Jr. Collection Wednesday as part of a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.

Ready to fill out the FAFSA® form now? Go for it!If you’d like more information first, we can help.

*All scholarship funds are limited. Students must be accepted to Central Penn as a first-time freshman and will need to have completed a scholarship application.

Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Lecture Series An Evening with Benjamin Todd Jealous

Morehouse Opens King Papers - GPB News

*If selected, information WILL be verified and scholarship recipients are REQUIRED to submit a note of appreciation to the Education Foundation.

Financial Aid Office Ferguson Center Marshall, MO, 65340

The Central Penn College Education Foundation strives to respond to the financial challenges of worthy students who wish to attend Central Penn College by awarding scholarships to those individuals who have demonstrated scholastic achievement and participation in community service or other extracurricular activities. The Foundation believes that investing in the lives of young people is an investment in life itself. Scholarship amounts vary from $250-$1,000.

King Legacy Scholars and Bayard Rustin Scholars

In addition to scholarships provided by Missouri Valley, students are encouraged to seek outside aid from other sources. We have listed a few outside scholarships that you can apply for through Missouri Valley. Additionally, we have provided links below to scholarships search websites where you can find and apply for additional aid. Please be advised: Read all the terms and conditions of each award carefully prior to applying for a scholarship.

Residential merit based housing scholarship

The McInroy-Sheffer People Trust scholarship has an April 1 deadline and is for students who are incoming freshman for the upcoming school year from Cumberland, Dauphin, Lycoming, Tioga, or York counties, attending Central Penn and studying Business Administration, Corporate Communications, Communications, and Entrepreneurship in Small Business.

There are three types of scholarships awarded at Missouri Valley:

The Bailey Foundation provides both high school senior and college level scholarships. The application process is usually open two times a year. $5000 is awarded to one student who attends Central Penn as a current student during each application process. The award can be used over 18 months and is for tuition only. Go to for additional information and application deadlines.

You sure can! If you’re not ready to file a FAFSA form, you can .

Return completed applications to the Financial Aid Office by May 16th. Again, late or incomplete applications will not be accepted. All applications must be signed.