Types of Aid
A scholarship is financial aid that does not need to be repaid and is awarded to students based on merit.
In this program students to work part-time on the K-State campus to earn money for personal and educational expenses. The funding for theses positions is subsidized by federal work-study funds and is offered to students who demonstrate an exceptional amount of financial need.
A loan is a form of financial aid that needs to be repaid. There are several types of loans with different terms, conditions, and interest rates.
Benefits for students may include the Post 9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33), Montgomery GI Bill (Chapter 30), and Reserve Educational Assistance (REAP) programs. For more information contact the Office of Veterans Affairs.
Kansas State University values continuing education for its employees and their families by provides assistance for classes taken through Kansas State University.