Transfer student scholarships
K-State offers scholarships specifically for both in-state and out-of-state transfer students.
Spring/Fall 2019 general university scholarships/awards
Spring/Fall 2020 general university scholarships awards
The admissions application, application fee, and up-to-date transcripts (including grades from previous term/semester) from all institutions attended must be submitted to K-State by Dec. 1 for students starting in the spring and Feb. 1 for students starting in the summer or fall for full scholarship consideration.
Transfer scholarship eligibility requirements
Transfer students are subject to both the eligibility criteria for the individual awards offered and the following requirements:
Must have 24 or more transfer hours completed prior to arrival at K-State.
Must be a full-time domestic student on the Manhattan, Polytechnic or Olathe campus.
Students may receive only one university transfer scholarship, but may receive PTK scholarship(s) in addition to the university award.
Scholarship awards are stackable with departmental and college awards.
Students who are readmitted (have attended K-State previously), have previously completed a bachelor’s degree, or are international may be considered for college and departmental awards but are not eligible for transfer scholarships.
Transfer scholarship funding is limited for in-state awards, thus priority will be given to Kansas community college students.
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 full-time enrollment (a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester (fall/spring)) of K-State coursework leading toward degree completion
- Maintaining continuous enrollment at K-State for the duration of the scholarship