K-State offers several different types of freshman scholarship awards with distinct criteria. Eligible students are awarded only one academic or leadership scholarship, but supplemental scholarships can be stacked on top of those awards. The prestigious Presidential Scholarship, a selective interview scholarship, replaces any other award.
Fall 2019 awards
Priority application deadline
Nov. 1 (high school senior year) is the priority deadline for incoming freshmen to submit the combined admission/scholarship application. But if you haven't yet applied, it's not too late! K-State will continue to accept applications and will award scholarships pending funding availability.
General renewal requirements
Several K-State scholarships are renewable with a K-State GPA requirement outlined in each individual scholarship's criteria. Additional renewal criteria that apply across all awards include:
- Maintaining enrollment in a minimum of 24 credit hours per year (fall/spring) of K-State coursework leading toward degree completion
- Maintaining continuous enrollment at K-State for the duration of the scholarship