The Admissions and Scholarships website provides details on applying for a wide variety of Mississippi State University Scholarships. The scholarships listed below highlight department and College of Education scholarships offered to our majors. Please go the Admissions and Scholarships website to apply for all scholarships.
First-Time Freshman - December 1
Other Classification – March 1
Charles B. Holder, Jr. Endowed Scholarship
Recipients of the scholarship must be full-time students enrolled in either the James Worth Bagley College of Engineering, majoring in Mechanical Engineering, or the College of Education, majoring in Industrial Technology.
Francis N. Matthews Scholarship
Undergraduate students with demonstrated academic achievement who plan to teach in Technology Education. Available to juniors and seniors with a financial need for scholarship aid.
Harold Smith-Baldwin Piano & Organ Annual Scholarship
Awarded to full-time students in Industrial Technology with 32 credit hours toward their degree and a minimum 3.0 GPA.
Nan Carpenter Cain Scholarship
Undergraduate students with demonstrated academic achievement majoring in Industrial Technology and Education. Must have leadership qualities and financial need.
College of Education Scholarships
Barry Box Memorial Scholarship
Awarded to College of Education undergraduate students on the basis of scholarship.
Charles D. Haven, Jr. Annual Scholarship
Awarded to newly-enrolled students at MSU who are residents of Huntsville-Decatur, AL, have leadership ability, and have good moral character.
Critical Needs Teacher Loan/Scholarship
Junior/senior students who agree to teach in critical needs areas/subjects. Call 1.800.327.2980 or visit riseupms.com/state-aid for an application and additional information.
Dewey and Marie Malouf Scholarship
Undergraduate students majoring in the College of Education with priority given to students from Leflore County with a demonstrated academic achievement, leadership abilities and good moral character.
Joe and Catherine Fortunato Family Scholarship
Awarded to College of Education undergraduate students on the basis of academic achievement (3.0 GPA or better) and financial need.
Max and Patricia Jobe Scholarship
Awarded to College of Education students who have completed at least 30 semester hours toward a degree and who have maintained a 2.80 GPA on a 4.0 scale.
Merchants and Farmers Bank Scholarship
Undergraduate majors in the College of Education with priority given to recipients from counties in Mississippi which have Merchants and Farmers bank and who express a desire to work in Mississippi after graduation. Based on academic performance, need and demonstrated leadership abilities.
Merrill and Carrie Hawkins Scholarship
Awarded to full-time juniors and seniors enrolled in Education with demonstrated academic achievement, good moral character, and leadership ability.
William Winter Scholarship
Junior/senior students who agree to teach in Mississippi. Call 1.800.327.2980 or visit riseupms.com/state-aid for an application and additional information.
Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant
Department of Student Financial Aid - http://www.sfa.msstate.edu/howto/teach/