Making Morningside great
A lot of local organizations within the Morningside community, such as churches, community organizations, and more, offer private scholarships that you might be eligible for.
Eligible applicants apply when they are in their sophomore year. Approved awards are given to the student during their junior and senior years. The average scholarships amounts are $7,600 at participating private colleges in Iowa. The application deadline is April 1st.
- College Board
- College Net
- Fast Web
- Financial Aid
- General Board of Higher Education & Ministry
- Hispanic College Fund
- Iowa College Foundation
- Iowa United Methodist Foundation
- Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship Program
Other local scholarships
- Lions Club
We like to help our prospective students as much as we can, and this counts double for financial aid. Contact us or give us a call at 1-800-831-0806, x5159and we'll see what we can do.
Federal regulations mandate that all scholarships and other funding received from outside sources (sources other than Morningside College, the federal government, and/or your state government) must become part of the financial aid award. You are required by federal law to report all sources of outside financial aid to the Office of Student Financial Planning. Please report any outside/private scholarships to the Office of Student Financial Planning by completing the Private Scholarship Form available on our FORMS Web page. These awards may affect federal, state, or Morningside financial aid eligibility.