Missouri S&T offers hundreds of scholarships to help support students. To view the scholarships available to all admitted students, as well as the eligibility requirements and deadlines for scholarships requiring individual applications, go to

Thanks to the support of generous donors, the College of Arts, Sciences, and Education (CASE) offers additional scholarships to help students make the most of their university education. A few are highlighted below, with a full list of department-level scholarships available here.

The Mike and Linda Evans Endowed Scholarship

Beginning with the fall 2020 semester, a $3,000 annual scholarship renewable for four years will be awarded to high-achieving students with demonstrated financial need and majoring in CASE. Second preference is to students with dual majors in both CASE and the College of Engineering and Computing (CEC). 

The recipients, known as “Evans Dean’s Scholars,” will also have access to leadership development opportunities and to a career mentor from industry, government or academia.

NOTE: students don’t apply – they’re automatically considered

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CASE Study Abroad Scholarships

$500 scholarships are available to CASE-enrolled undergraduates participating in study abroad programs. To apply, send an email to that includes your name, year in school, major, current overall GPA, planned study abroad destination, and a statement of 250 words or less explaining how your chosen study abroad program will add value to your S&T education.
Awards will be announced within a month of the deadlines.

Application deadlines:
Spring semester programs: November 1
Fall semester programs: March 15

If you have questions, please contact Dr. Klaus Woelk, associate dean for academic affairs, at

Shi/Ma Award for Excellence in Biomedical Research

Beginning in 2024, the Shi/Ma Award for Excellence in Biomedical Research will be awarded to CASE students who actively participate in biomedical research. Preference will be given to student(s) participating in research in the Center for Biomedical Research.

The recipients, known as “Shi/Ma Scholars,” will receive a $1,000 award for their accomplishment in biomedical research.

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Mr. and Mrs. Francis Carl Prewett Senior Endowed Scholarship

Students with financial need who graduated from a Phelps County High School (Newburg, Rolla, St. James) and who are majoring in English and Technical Communication, History, Philosophy, or Psychology are automatically considered for the Prewett Endowed Scholarship. A minimum of two scholarships are awarded each year and are renewable for up to 8 semesters as long as the student maintains a 2.0 GPA. The amount of the scholarship varies depending upon the number of eligible students.

If you have questions, please contact Dr. Klaus Woelk, associate dean for academic affairs, at