Undergraduate financial assistance
Various loans, scholarships and other forms of financial aid may be available to undergraduate students. Contact the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office at 816-235-1154 or toll free 800-775-UMKC to learn what financial aid programs might be available to you. This office can also conduct a national scholarship search for you free of charge. Such a search will identify scholarship sources outside the university.
Alvin Brooks Endowed Scholarship in Criminal Justice
The College of Arts and Sciences is pleased to announce the endowment of the Alvin Brooks Scholarship, which will be awarded annually to an undergraduate student majoring in Criminal Justice and Criminology at UMKC.
Alvin Brooks (B.A., 1959; M.A., 1973) is a champion of justice whose love of his community has defined his life. He has served as a police officer, councilman, and mayor pro-tem. In 1977 he founded the Ad Hoc Group Against Crime, and has worked tirelessly to promote social justice and public safety throughout his lifetime. In 2009 he was named UMKC Alumnus of the Year. The Alvin Brooks Scholarship will promote the mission of education and its power to solve community problems.
- Undergraduate student majoring in Criminal Justice & Criminology at UMKC
- 3.0 minimum GPA
- At least 24 hours completed at UMKC
How to Apply: The College of Arts and Sciences' Scholarship Application.