The Missouri Scholarship and Loan Foundation (MSLF) and the Higher Education Loan Authority of the State of Missouri (MOHELA) are pleased to offer the Missouri Family Education Loan Program (MOFELP). MOFELP is a private student loan program designed to provide borrowing options for Missouri students who have financial need but may not meet the traditional credit requirements for private loans. MSLF is the MOFELP lender, and MOHELA is the servicer for MOFELP loans.
The funds for MOFELP are limited for each academic year and are available on a first come, first served basis. These funds, while available, will be used to make interest free MOFELP loans to students attending Participating Schools who meet the eligibility, underwriting and other requirements.
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Past due balances owed to higher education institutions can be a major barrier for students who have left school. The Finish Line Degree Completion Grant complements institutional resources to help students re-enroll and complete their degrees. MSLF is piloting the program with students at participating Missouri public institutions.
The Purdy Emerging Leaders Scholarship Program, named in honor of Allan Walker Purdy, is designed to provide scholarships to emerging leaders who are outstanding students and who have a need for additional resources for higher education. We are looking for leaders on college campuses! This scholarship supports candidates who demonstrate academic merit, strong leadership potential and exceptional character. Additionally, these students have a vision, are eager to make their contribution to the world and have the work ethic to bring their dreams to fruition.
The application deadline is June 30 of the current year. Applications must be submitted online through the Scholarship Central application process.
The Missouri Scholarship & Loan Foundation's Access Extra Scholarship is a private scholarship for students eligible for the Access Missouri Financial Assistance Program and who have a 27 or higher on the ACT. Students will be required to complete an online application on Scholarship Central, including uploading SAR, ACT score report and answer a few general questions. Awards will be prioritized by first-come, first-served and we will make awards until the funding is depleted. Applications must be submitted online through the Scholarship Central application process.
The Foundation funds grants to benefit students with a specific and urgent financial need which serves as a barrier to their educational success. Eligible students attending an eligible Missouri institution are identified by the Financial Aid Director at the school.