Missouri S&T awarded Chancellor’s Scholarships to 18 high school seniors for the 2018-19 academic year.
To qualify for the scholarship, students must be Missouri residents, have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.75 or rank in the upper 10 percent of their high school graduation class and have ACT composite scores of 31 or better. The students also must complete a 750-word essay and participate in an on-campus interview.
The Chancellor’s Scholarship is for $12,000 and is renewable annually for up to eight semesters, as long as the student maintains a cumulative grade point average of 3.25 or better.
The 2018-19 Chancellor’s Scholarship recipients are:
— Andrew Bergantz, a graduate of Whitfield School from Ballwin, Missouri
— Conrad Bucholtz, a graduate of Oakville Senior High School from St. Louis
— Zachary Copus, a graduate of Saint Paul Lutheran High School from Warrensburg, Missouri
— Nathaniel Erickson, a graduate of Jefferson City High School from Jefferson City, Missouri
— James Goodson, a graduate of Farmington Senior High School from Farmington, Missouri
— Jason Kostelnick, a graduate of Lee’s Summit Senior High School from Lee’s Summit, Missouri
— Jordyn Mayfield, a graduate of Webb City High School from Webb City, Missouri
— Rachel O’Halloran, a graduate of Villa Duchesne/Oak Hill School from St. Louis
— Kylie Outlaw, a graduate of Hillsboro Senior High School from Hillsboro, Missouri
— Nicholas Parisi, a graduate of Saint Louis University High School in St. Louis
— Tanner Powley, a graduate of Nixa R-11 High School in Nixa, Missouri
— Stephen Rippee, a graduate of Staley High School from Kanas City, Missouri
— Jessi Schoolcraft, a graduate of Willard High School from Willard, Missouri
— Samuel Weiler, a graduate of Central High School from Springfield, Missouri
— Alyssa Weiseman, a graduate of Fox C-6 High School from Arnold, Missouri
— Lila Witte, a graduate of Lutheran High School St. Charles County from O’Fallon, Missouri
— Douglas Wood, a graduate of Liberty North High School from Kansas City, Missouri.
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