Missouri University of Science and Technology awarded Chancellor’s Scholarships to 17 high school seniors for the 2015-2016 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 visit campus for an interview.
The Chancellor’s Scholarship is for $12,000 and is renewable annually for up to eight semesters, as long as the student is continuously enrolled full time and maintains a cumulative grade point average of 3.25 or better.
The 2015-2016 Chancellor’s Scholarship recipients are:
— Alexander Kessel, a senior at Westminster Christian Academy from St. Louis
— Zachary Bahr, a senior at John F. Hodge High School from St. James, Missouri
— Daniel Klinger, a senior at Springfield Catholic High School from Ozark, Missouri
— Lazarina Butkovich, a senior at Blue Springs High School from Blue Springs, Missouri
— Camryn Hays, a senior at Smithville R-II High School from Smithville, Missouri
— Jamielee Buenemann, a senior at Washington High School from Washington, Missouri
— Zachary Carroll, a homeschooled student from Springfield, Missouri
— Kaelyn Yarbrough, a senior at Willard High School from Willard, Missouri
— Thomas Himmelberg, a senior at Notre Dame High School from Cape Girardeau, Missouri
— Dalton Loos, a senior at Marquette High School from Ballwin, Missouri
— Alex Pfeifer, a senior at Francis Howell High School from St. Charles, Missouri
— Kathryn Buscher, a senior at Cor Jesu Academy from St. Louis
— Jack Greer, a senior at Timberland High School from Dardenne Prairie, Missouri
— Laura Elliott, a senior at Heritage Academy from Columbia, Missouri
— Cailyn McKee, a senior at Liberal R-2 High School from Liberal, Missouri
— Erin Nischwitz, a senior at Lafayette High School from Wildwood, Missouri
— Cody Mueller, a senior at Eldon High School from Eldon, Missouri.
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