Scholarships – Kansas

 

Scholarship Name Application Deadline Amount Awarded Details and Eligibility Link to Apply
Scholarships from organizations in the state of Kansas.  Please visit your schools website for college specific scholarships.
Emporia State University

Latino Legacy Scholarship

incoming 2019 students varies
  1. Applicants must be entering freshmen, transfer, or current students at Emporia State University
  2. Students of any major may apply
  3. Students applying must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better.
  4. Attach an academic transcript.
  5. 500-word essay addressing what impact the Latino Legacy Scholarship will have on your life as a student of Emporia State University and on your future. Include previous experiences with and contributions to the Hispanic Community.
  6. Must be of Hispanic decent
Link
University of Saint Mary-Leavenworth

De Paul Scholars Program

 incoming 2019 freshman  varies
  • Kansas Resident
  • 18 ACT score and 2.5 GPA
  • Pell Grant Eligible
  • Incoming 2019 Freshman
  • Full Pell Grant eligibility required for each year receive funds from De Paul Scholars program
  University Of Saint M...
Allen Community College Communication & Fine Arts Activity Scholarship applications will be accepted after April 1st varies
  • covers full-time tuition plus the loan of textbooks
  • students need not major in a discipline to be eligible for the scholarship
  • GPA of 3.5 or higher are eligible for additional financial awards
Application

Allen Community College Website

Wichita State University

Interfraternity Council

Scholarship

for male students

September 16th, 2019

Application

Opens June 1, 2019

$1,000
  • male
  • registered for going Greek at Wichita State University.  Link on the WSU Fraternity and Sorority Life page (link available May 16th)
  • 2.5 GPA
  • essay answering “How you can impact the Greek community at Wichita State University” and “How will the Greek community impact you?”
  • Applicant will have to be in a Greek house in September
  • Submit application through the WSU website or by email to: koiwessel@outlook.com
Link

Application

American Welding Society

Scholarships

Welder Training Scholarships applications are accepted year-round and selections are made on a rolling basis until the District awards the designated funds for the year.  The current application cycle is open to students attending school or training prior to May 2020.

The deadline to apply for National, District, and Section Scholarships is March 1 annually.  Check back in December 2019 for the next application cycle.

varies
  • National, District, and Kansas Section Scholarships available
  • For students pursuing careers in welding related fields

The AWS Foundation awards over $1 million annually to help students achieve their dreams through education. If you are currently enrolled in a welding program or a related field, then consider applying for our scholarships. Scholarships are available for students attending trade schools, community colleges, and four-year universities. Regardless of who you are, where you’re from, or what you aspire to be, receiving an AWS Foundation scholarship can be the extra push that helps you fulfill your goals.

Link
Baker University

Music Scholarships

Theatre Scholarships

 

ongoing varies
  • scholarships available for music majors and nonmusic majors
  • plan to audition early
  • schedule audition by calling 785.594.8478 OR emailing perform@bakerU.edu
  • recipients must be accepted for admission to Baker
Music Link

Theatre Link

Baker Application

Northwest Missouri State University varies varies Out of State Students can get in-state rates based on GPA and ACT score Link
Butler Community College-General varies varies varies Link
Kansas Teacher Service Scholarship May 1, 2020

2020-2021 application window should open after January 1, 2020

varies

This service obligation scholarship program provides financial assistance to both students pursuing bachelor’s degree programs and
currently licensed teachers pursuing endorsement in hard-to-fill disciplines or master’s degrees in hard-to-fill disciplines or either group
planning to teach (K-12) in an underserved geographic area in Kansas. Applicants must complete the FAFSA.
Applicants must be: a resident of the State of Kansas and attending a Kansas postsecondary institution; AND
a) Enrolled in a program leading to licensure as a teacher in an identified hard-to-fill discipline* or underserved geographic area ** OR
b) Currently licensed as a teacher enrolled in a course of instruction leading to endorsement in one of the hard-to-fill disciplines* or teach in one of the underserved geographic areas** in Kansas; OR
c) Currently licensed teachers enrolled in a program leading to a master’s degree in an identified discipline* or underserved area** This scholarship is not a resource for Counseling, Administration or Reading/Library Specialist degrees); AND
d) Complete the FAFSA and the State of Kansas Student Aid Application.

Link
Kansas State Scholarship May 1, 2020

2020-2021 application window should open after January 1, 2020

$1,000

To be eligible to apply for the Kansas State Scholarship, in your senior year of a Kansas high school you would have:
1. received a certificate stating that you completed the required curriculum AND
2. received a letter stating that you were designated as a Kansas State Scholar by the Kansas Board of Regents.

Link
Kansas Ethnic Minority Scholarship May 1, 2020

2020-2021 application window should open after January 1, 2020

up to $1,850 1) ACT score of 21 or SAT of 1060 – 1090; or
2) Cumulative high school GPA of 3.00; or
3) High school rank in upper 33%; or
4) Completion of Kansas Scholars Curriculum; or
5) Selection by National Merit Corporation in any category; or
6) Selection by College Board as a Hispanic Scholar.
Link
Kansas Career Technical Workforce

Grant

May 1, 2020

2020-2021 application window should open after January 1, 2020

up to $1,000 1. graduated from a Kansas high school accredited by the Kansas State Board of Education; or
2. obtained a Kansas State High School Diploma issued upon successful completion of the GED® Test; or
3. graduated from a Kansas home school program or a Kansas non-accredited private secondary school as defined and authorized pursuant to K.S.A. 72-53, 100 et.seq; and
4. are enrolled in or accepted for admission to an eligible career technical education program.
Link

 

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Written By: ccherryirc Date posted: January 23, 2018