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Higher Education Programs Funded by Missouri Lottery Proceeds in FY16

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Total proceed funding for FY16: $127,978,700

The following Lottery proceeds are used to fund salaries, equipment and library purchases and institution-based student financial aid at each of the public higher education institutions.

$46,842,748 (11 percent of total state funding)
University of Missouri campuses (Columbia, Kansas City, St. Louis and Rolla)

$21,659,448 (62 percent of total state funding)
A+ Schools Program
Through this program, students who graduate from a designated A+ School may qualify for state-paid assistance to attend any eligible public community college or technical school in the state. 

$11,916,667 (18 percent of total program funding)
Access Missouri Financial Assistance Fund
The Access Missouri Financial Assistance Program provides scholarships to students based on financial need and academic achievement.

$10,489,991 (7 percent of total state funding)
Community Colleges
This money will be used for distribution to community colleges as provided in Section 163.191, RSMo.

$9,670,119 (11 percent of total state funding)
Missouri State University, Springfield

$6,050,959 (11 percent of total state funding)
University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg

$4,935,757 (11 percent of total state funding)
Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau

$4,576,165 (11 percent of total state funding)
Truman State University, Kirksville

$3,342,740 (10 percent of total state funding)
Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville

$2,431,511 (10 percent of total state funding)
Missouri Southern State University, Joplin

$2,394,327 (11 percent of total state funding)
Missouri Western State University, St. Joseph

$1,814,072 (10 percent of total state funding)
Lincoln University, Jefferson City

$1,148,979 (11 percent of total state funding) 
Harris-Stowe State University, St. Louis

$536,217 (10 percent of total state funding)
State Technical College of Missouri, Linn

$169,000 (14 percent of total state funding)
Other Grant and Scholarship Programs
This money will primarily be used to fund the Missouri Minority Teaching Scholarships Program with any unexpended funds, after awards are made to eligible applicants, to be made available for the Marguerite Ross Barnett Scholarship Program.

 

Some programs may be subject to budget withholdings.

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