What scholarships could I qualify for?
Dr. Donald M. Suggs Scholarship
The Dr. Donald M. Suggs Scholarship serves African American undergraduate, academically strong students. The scholarship honors the continuing legacy of Dr. Donald M. Suggs, publisher of The St. Louis American newspaper, and longtime philanthropist and community leader.
St. Louis Bright Futures Scholarship
The St. Louis Bright Futures Scholarship serves African American undergraduate, academically strong students who have completed Associates of Art (AA) or Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT) from St. Louis Community College or St. Charles Community College
|Scholarship||Amount||Minimum Qualifications||Priority Deadline|
|Dr. Donald M. Suggs*||Full tuition, room and board (double occupancy in residence hall)||African American students from the St. Louis metropolitan who have a GPA>=3.25 OR ACT/SAT >=23/1040||Dec. 1|
|St. Louis Bright Futures Scholarship||$3,000 – $10,000 (annually)||GPA>= 3.0
African American students who have completed an Associate in Arts Degree (in selected majors****) or an Associate of Arts in Teaching degree from one of the St. Louis Community Colleges or St. Charles Community College. Must be admitted by March 15 and file the FAFSA by April 1.
|Presidential Scholarship*||Full tuition, room and board (double occupancy in residence hall)||GPA>= 3.75 OR ACT/SAT >= 27/1290||Dec. 1|
|Martin T. Lombardi Scholarship*||50% of tuition||African American students||Dec. 1|
*Selected students who meet the minimum criteria for the Presidential, Trustee and Multicultural Scholarships (including the Dr. Donald M. Suggs Scholarship and Martin T. Lombardi Scholarship) are invited to compete for the appropriate scholarship at University Scholars Weekend. This is only a partial list of scholarships offered by Maryville University. Click here to see all scholarships.
“Receiving the Dr. Donald M. Suggs scholarship was a true blessing. I have grown exponentially as an individual, leader and professional through the Multicultural program.”
Jordan Davis, ’20
“When I found out that I had been awarded the Dr. Donald M. Suggs scholarship, I was practically speechless. I remember my family and I just crying tears of joy.”
Brittany Pomilee, ’19
“Being a Multicultural Scholar, the most rewarding part of the program has been creating friendships with people of different ethnicities and backgrounds and learning about other cultures values, beliefs and struggles within the culture.”
Austin Davis, ’19