Bloch Scholarships - New Students
The Bloch School awards numerous scholarships to new Bloch School students each year. Bloch scholarships are stackable and can be combined with other UMKC scholarships, unless otherwise specified. All undergraduate scholarship recipients must be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours per semester unless they are in their final semester; all graduate students must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours per semester unless they are in their final semester. Exceptions to this policy are made on a case by cases basis.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 1, 2017
All incoming students must complete and submit the application to be considered for Bloch School scholarships. See specific steps below.
- Complete the Bloch School New Student Scholarship Application
- Include a personal statement describing yourself, career plans, personal goals, and any other information you feel is relevant to your application.
- A current copy of your resume highlighting extracurricular activities, leadership positions held, work or volunteer experience.
The Bloch School awards scholarships to student at all academic levels (freshmen through graduate student). Once you are a student, several more upper level scholarships for undergraduate students are available. Students must apply annually to be considered.
Visit UMKC Financial Aid and Scholarships to obtain a complete list of university scholarships. UMKC and outside scholarships can be combined with Bloch School awards.
Scholarships are awarded annually. Half of the award is applied in the fall and the remainder in the spring. Unless otherwise specified, Bloch scholarships do not apply to summer enrollment. Scholarships are applied directly to the student's account for the payment of tuition and fees. Any funds in excess of fees owed to the University are refunded to the student.
Award winners are required to write a formal thank you letter to the scholarship donor. More information is provided when awards have been made.
All information listed above is subject to change as scholarship funds become available.