Scholarships and Giving

Since the 1985-1986 academic year, the Coterie Scholarship has awarded over 54 deserving women with more than $100,000 from Coterie events proceeds. 

For the Coterie Scholarship Application and criteria, refer to Missouri S&T’s Academic Works Scholarship website.  Additional information is available at Missouri S&T Student Financial Assistance

Support Coterie

If you’d like to make a contribution to Missouri S&T scholarships and/or programs online, click on the Give to the Coterie Scholarship Fund button here:

2023 Scholarship Recipient:

Scholarship Fund Chair Regina Valente with Scholarship Recipient of 2023

2022 Scholarship Recipients:

Tatianna Reinbolt, Chemical Engineering – $5,000

Sarah Riley, Chemical Engineering – $5,000

2019 Scholarship Recipients:

Anna Buckthorpe – $4,000

Anna is a senior styding to be an Electrical Engineer. “As an older woman student returning to schollar after a 10-year break, it’s rare to find others who represent my demographic in engineering. I currently work as a math and physics tutor, a lab TA, and at a local bookstore. A scholarship like this does a tremendous amount to help alleviate this stress and allow me to focus more on school and less on getting by.”

Mona Franksa Adaba – $2,000

Mona is a senior in the business program. “I have aspirations of excelling in the business and IT world. However, balancing school and family life can be a real challenge. I have been married for two years and we just had our first baby. It has been a blessing in many ways, but has also been one of my biggest challenges. My husband is a PhD student at S&T. With a scholarship like this, I will focus on my school work ensuring that I maintain good grades.”

Fatima Magzoub – $2,000

Fatima is a senior PhD student in Chemical Engineering. “I am a mother and I want to acheive my dream and become an example for my children. I am working 40 hours per week on campus to support myself and my family. However, wtih the increasing tution this year, I am facing more challenges with financial need. This scholarship would allow me to work less and focus more on my studies.”

Anna Buckthorpe – $4,000