Missouri State Treasurer Clint Zweifel

Save for Higher Education 

State Treasurer Clint Zweifel is committed to making higher education more affordable in Missouri, including two- and four-year colleges, trade and technical schools. As part of that commitment, Treasurer Zweifel sponsors MOST—Missouri’s 529 College Savings Program. Additionally, Treasurer Zweifel continues to work to provide access to scholarships through the program, along with higher education savings resources.

 MOST–Missouri's 529 College Savings Plan

MOST–Missouri's 529 College Savings Plan
Learn more about MOST 529, scholarship opportunities and start saving today. MOST 529

MOST 529 Matching Grant Program
Applications for the program will be accepted between June 1 and June 30, 2014, and applicants will be notified by August 31, 2014, about the status of their application. MOST 529 Matching Grant Program

MOST 529 Scholarships
Several public universities have created scholarships to reward those who have invested in their futures through the MOST 529 Plan. MOST 529 Scholarships 

Higher Education Savings Tools
Treasurer Zweifel partners with Upromise Investments and Vanguard to provide savings tools to help you and your family make smart decisions when planning for higher education. Higher Ed Savings Tools

Frequently Asked Questions
Learn answers to questions you may have about the MOST 529 Plan. FAQ about MOST 529

Missouri Higher Education Savings Program
The MOST 529 Plan is overseen by the Missouri Higher Education Savings Program Board. Treasurer Zweifel serves as chair of the board.
Open Government Information
Annual Program Reviews