June 1, 2015
Kansas extends in-state tuition rates to veterans, current members of armed forces
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback signed bill HB 2154 into law Friday, May 29. The new law allows for all veterans with federal education benefits and current members of the armed forces to receive in-state tuition regardless of time spent in the state.
"This generous act by our leaders continues the legacy of Kansas being a military-inclusive state that genuinely cares for service members, their families and veterans," said Art DeGroat, Kansas State University director of military affairs. "This new act will allow all veterans to realize the amazing value of Kansas public education, workforce opportunity and well-being.
Read the Kansas Board of Regents news release for more information.