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Scholarships are a great way to get extra money to help pay for college expenses.  Keep these things in mind to help you in the process.


*Many scholarships go unclaimed due to lack of applicants

*Take advantage of this by applying for scholarships

*The schools you are applying to may have automatic scholarships based on your GPA, class rank, and/or GPA

*Go to college websites to see if you qualify

*Use independent search sites (link on right side of page) for additional scholarships 

*Remember this process will require a bit of work

*Get busy and start applying!


Did you know.....

*You can check with your church to see if they offer scholarships?

*You can check with your parent's place of business to see if they offer scholarships?

*You can check with your job to see if they offer scholarships?

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Colleges Scholarship Links
University of Missouri Columbia  Scholarships
Missouri State University  Scholarships
Southeast Missouri State University  Scholarships
Northwest Missouri State University  Scholarships
Truman State University  Scholarships
University of Missouri Kansas City  Scholarships
Missouri Western State University  Scholarships
William Jewell College  Scholarships

Don't see a college you are interested in on the list?  Try going to the college website of your choice and search for scholarships or financial aid information.

Scholarships & Financial Aid

Scholarship Highlight!

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Scholarship

  • Eligible Applicants must be: African-American students with a GPA of 2.8 or above and demonstrate significant community service beyond what might be required by their school club/organization.
  • Requires an official transcript and your counselor to certify your application.  
  • Deadline is June 3, 2017 - you should plan to have this completed before May 23rd to ensure your counselor is available to certify your application.

To locate the application, see the instructions below on accessing the Family Connection Scholarship List.  Or click here to download form.

The "Do's and Do-nut's" of Financial Aid Award Letters


Did you miss Financial Aid Night?

Community Scholarship Program

The Liberty Area Community Scholarship program application process is now closed.  Students that applied and are selected for a scholarship will be invited to Community Scholarship Night in May.



Scholarship List on Family Connection


Use Family Connection to view an updated list of scholarships.

1.  Log in using your LPS user name and password.

2.  Click on the "Colleges" tab.

3.  Scroll down and click on "Scholarship List."



The Academic Senior Signing Program is in its 3rd year at Liberty North High School and is intended to recognize those students who receive academic scholarships and/or other merit awards to further their education.  This is a way for LNHS to honor students and their families for their achievements in academic or other disciplines.  


This could include, but is not limited to, such areas as:  performance and visual arts, debate and forensics, leadership, service, or other extracurricular areas as well as academic scholarships from colleges/universities or scholarships awarded by businesses and service organizations. Athletic honors are not recognized at this ceremony, as a separate ceremony is held for these awards. 


Seniors may choose to participate in the ceremony held on April 26th in the Library Media Center at 1:00pm.   The individual being honored will select a teacher, sponsor, or other representative to speak on his/her behalf and provide information about the student and his or her award.


Click HERE for more information and to view the intent form. Deadline to submit intent form is March 31st.


Text @money2017 to 81010 to receive scholarship updates/info.


15 Tips for Completing the FAFSA

Ever wondered what you need to do to complete the FAFSA?  Click to HERE to see 15 tips that will help you through this process.

FAFSA Changes 16-17


Scholarship Searches

Minority Scholarship Opportunities