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Missouri Resident Aid

CCCB participates in the following Missouri programs.

Access Missouri

  • Up to $2,850/year
  • You must fill out a FAFSA by the Missouri priority deadline
  • You must be enrolled full-time to receive the grant
  • See full list of qualifying requirements and program details here

Bright Flight

  • Up to $3,000/year
  • See full list of qualifying requirements and program details here

Outside Scholarships Available to Central Students

  • Alexander Christian Foundation (IN)
    • Opens in September for following academic year
  • Alexander Christian Foundation (IA)
    • Contact acfiowa@gmail.com
  • Alexander Christian Foundation (FL)
    • Opens in December for following academic year
  • Search for your state's Alexander Christian Foundation
  • Russell Evans Ministerial Scholarship
    • Applications available from the Financial Aid Office
  • Lydia's Closet
    • Applications available from the Financial Aid Office
    • Deadline June 1 for following academic year
  • Eastern Star Training Awards for Religious Leadership (ESTARL)
    • Applications available from the Financial Aid Office
    • Deadline June 15/November 15 for following semester
  • Abbott & Fenner
    • Deadline June 10 for following academic year

Other Sources of Aid

We recommend searching out as many opportunities for aid as you can find! Here are some additional suggestions.

  • Your church
  • Other churches in your area
  • Community groups
  • Community businesses
  • Your/your parent's employer
  • Your/your parent's insurance companies
  • Private foundations

Vocational Rehabilitation

  • Aid for learning and/or physical disabilities
  • Search the internet for your region's office to begin the process

Americorps

Start by contacting your rep

Veteran's Aid

Central Christian College of the Bible is approved for certification of students eligible to receive educational assistance from the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA).  A Veterans Education Certifying Official in the Financial Aid department will be happy to discuss any questions regarding your educational benefits. The information on this site is based on existing rules and regulations of the Department of Veterans Affairs and should not be construed as being absolute. New rules and regulations are being released by the DVA continually and may supersede the information seen here. To view the most current information, visit gibill.va.gov.

Central students are eligible to receive:

  • Chapter 33 (Post-911 benefits)
  • Chapter 35 (Dependent benefits)

Scholarship Search Engines

This list of resources may help you in your own research for scholarships to help fund your education.

Be aware of scams. Do not provide credit card info for free resources, and read through all fine print before filling out your personal information. Report scams at studentaid.gov.

Certification of Outside Aid

If you are receiving outside scholarships, Central requires the organization to verify the scholarship, the amount of the award, and when the monies from the scholarship will be sent to Central by filling out the Certification of Outside Scholarship form.