Finances can be complicated. Fortunately you have help.

Get answers about tuition costs, loans and more

The Office of Student Financial Assistance is a valuable resource for information about tuition.  You can get answers to questions about scholarships and loans, as well as estimate the cost of your education, complete with a net price calculator. 

Financial help and guidance

As a K-State student, you have your own financial assistance advisor. Advisors can answer any questions about financial aid. Contact your financial aid advisor to get connected.

Powercat Financial Counseling is a free service that pairs you with student financial counselors who can help with budgeting, savings, credit use, investing, managing debt and more.

Manage your money with SALT, a free online program that helps students and alumni manage their money and student loans.

Get help from family or friends

Authorize parents and family members to pay bills and view tax and financial aid information with Designated Access.

Financial applications and information

Access your financial assistance information anytime from iSIS, K-State's online student information system. Also use iSIS to accept financial assistance packages, and view your grades, admission records, course schedule and other personal information.  You must verify your K-State eID and password before logging into iSIS for the first time.

Get financial assistance


November 1
Priority deadline for incoming freshmen to submit the K-State scholarship application.

February 1
Priority deadline for transfer and current students to submit the 
K-State scholarship application.

March 1
Priority deadline to apply for federal student aid.  Submit the FAFSA.