Colleges & Universities
Search for institutions, programs and degrees offered in Missouri.
Information on tuition and fees at Missouri’s educational institutions.
Planning for College
Furthering your education is a decision you make to develop your potential and pursue future career goals. It is also a major investment of your time, effort, and money. With so many important factors at stake, use the state’s premier go-to source to help identify the best tactics in planning and paying for college. Students can also sign up for email reminders and helpful hints about preparing for college.
High school counselors play an important role in helping students plan and prepare for college. These resources can help counselors reach students with fun, interactive tools and customizable presentations.
Are you new to financial aid? Is your office facing travel limitations or tight budgets in this time of economic uncertainty? These free resources are available to meet the various needs of Missouri’s financial aid officers.
Paying for College
These resources ensure students looking to succeed in college and beyond are prepared to make informed decisions regarding educational opportunities as early as their freshman year of high school.
Grants and Scholarships
Interested in obtaining financial aid that does not have to be repaid after you graduate from college? There are several grants and scholarships available to Missouri residents interested in attending one of Missouri’s reputable postsecondary institutions.
Information regarding debt minimization strategies, your rights and responsibilities, interest, avoiding default, and repayment options are just a sprinkling of topics addressed to ensure you understand the “ins” and “outs” of student loans.
Filling out the FAFSA
Each year, about 15 million students apply for grants, work-study, and loans for college using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid – the FAFSA. By completing it, students apply to the U.S. Department of Education, the largest source of student aid in America. In many cases, the FAFSA is the only application needed for students to obtain aid from their state or college, too.