August 23, 2019

Keystone Scholarship Awarded by Columbia College

The Keystone Scholarship is an award sponsored by Columbia College.

Information About the Scholarship:

Award Amount: Half Tuition
Application Deadline: March 15 (priority)
Scholarship Requirements: Candidate must have a minimum 3.4 grade point average, have completed 60-89.9 credit hours (with the most recent 30 credits earned at Columbia Coll and not including ENG 100 or 104 or MATH 105), and submit school’s financial aid form. Financial need is not considered for this scholarship.
Eligible for: College junior

Awarded by:

Columbia College
1001 Rogers Street
Columbia, MO 65216
Phone: 800 231 2391
Fax: 573 875 7209

Contact Details:

Sharon Abernathy
Financial Aid

Phone: 800 231 2391 x7361
Fax: 573 875 7262

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