Aug. 30, 2023
The University of Missouri is one of just 36 schools across the United States and into the United Kingdom that partners with the Stamps Scholars Program on a premier scholarship. Mizzou has collaborated with the program since 2016, offering Tigers a full four-year scholarship, covering up to the total estimated cost of attendance (including housing), plus an additional $16,000 enrichment fund for students to use throughout their time at MU.
Mizzou has welcomed more than 30 Scholars since the partnership began – and will bring in its largest cohort this fall. Eight students will join the incredible Stamps community that MU has built.
“We are incredibly proud of the relationship we have built with the Stamps Scholars Program,” said Honors College Dean Catherine Rymph. “This scholarship allows our students to explore their scholarly and research passions and pursue leadership and service interests, as well as build vital networks throughout their time at MU. We are thrilled to welcome our largest class this fall and excited to see where their journeys take them.”
This semester’s students are:
- Charlie Beecher, plant sciences
- Maya Dawson, journalism
- Macy Monical, educational studies
- Janet Musangali, chemistry
- Owen Neely, biochemistry
- Rhea Pookulangara, computer science
- Ivy Reed, journalism
- Chase Zeller, political science