Financial Aid & Scholarships
Rudd Foundation - December 13
AXA Achievement Scholarship - December 15
KLL Foundation - January 10
Manhattan Rotary Club - January 13
Epsilon Sigma Alpha - January 13
Kansas Kiwanis - January 15
Margaret Van Horn Scholarship - January 16
Wamego Community Foundation - February 7
Corvias Foundation - February 14
American Legion Scholarships - February 15
One of the most important areas to think about when starting the college application process is Financial Aid. Below are a few things to keep in mind:
- EVERY student applying to a college or university can apply for Financial Aid.
- The only place to apply for Financial Aid is at the official web site of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
- Financial Aid is determined from the students' parents tax information from the previous fiscal year. You can begin filling out the actual application after October 1 however there is much information that you can gather before then. Again refer to the FAFSAweb site.
- Questions about financial aid and the FAFSA should be directed to the Financial Aid Officer at the institution that you are applying to.
Midwest Student Exchange Program--The program enables residents of Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, & North Dakota to enroll at reduced tuition levels.
Kansas Board of Regents
Kansas Board of Regents has a wide variety of scholarship opportunities for students. Visit their website for more information: http://www.kansasregents.org/students/student_financial_aid/scholarships_and_grantsSome of the opportunities include:
Kansas Career Technical Workforce Grant
Kansas Comprehensive Grant
Kansas Ethnic Minority Scholarship
Kansas Military Service Scholarship
Kansas National Guard Educational Assistance
Kansas Nursing Service Scholarship
Kansas State Scholarship
Kansas Teacher Service Scholarship
Kansas ROTC Service Scholarship
Kansas Career Work Study