Goode Scholars

  • Bachelor
  • $2,000 for one year only

Goode Scholars are paired with a faculty member to start working on research day one of their college career. While working on these research projects in their academic discipline, students gain insight into the professional world, enhance their knowledge base and critical thinking skills, and better prepare themselves for their path after they graduate from MU. These students also form an invaluable connection with their faculty mentor that can last for years to come and open other doors during their academic years.

Selected students work on their research project approximately eight hours per week during the academic year.

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  • Current first year students and entering freshmen with an ACT composite score of 32 or SAT score of 1420 are eligible for this program. No prior research work is required.
  • Incoming Freshmen can apply with test scores (ACT/SAT) or test optional.
  • The Honors College application will automatically appear on your Application Status Page once the office of admissions has reviewed your materials and you meet one of the following criteria:

ACT score of 31 or aboveSAT score of 1390 or aboveHigh School GPA of 3.75 or above (as recorded by Mizzou Admissions)ACT score of 28-30 and a top 20% class rank (for ranking high schools)SAT score of 1300-1380 and a top 20% class rank (for ranking high schools)

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Goode Scholars are awarded a scholarship of $2,000 for the year dispersed in two equal installments.


Complete the Honors College Application via your Application Status Page. This application includes:

  • Essay of 500-750 words that addresses ONE of the following:
  • You may use your common application essay.
  • Your resume has told us about your accomplishments and experience. Please use this space to express a characteristic or attribute that forms part of your identity that is not reflected in your resume that would help us get to know you better.
  • Use this space to write a thank you note to someone that has impacted your life. Please explain what this meant specifically to you and how you feel that will carry forward in your college career.
  • Your Resume