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Plan your financial path to K-State

College is one of the most exciting times of your life, but it doesn’t have to break the bank.

Support every step of the way

Deciding how to pay for your education is a big consideration when choosing where to spend the next four years of your life. K-State can help take out some of the guess work with ways to fund your college experience and the guarantee of lifelong benefits that go beyond the bottom line.

Scholarships from day one

When you apply for admission to K-State, your application is automatically reviewed for general university scholarships and awards. You can use our scholarship finder to see what you may qualify for upon admission.

 

 
Graduating students

Invest in your future

Lifetime earnings for college graduates are upward of $1 million more than those who do not hold an undergraduate or advanced degree. But the benefits don’t stop there.

A degree from K-State is an investment in personal growth, time management, critical thinking, leadership skills and the accomplishment of achieving your goals.

Understand the value of higher education

 

 

 

K-State is the best educational value in Kansas, Money Magazine (2020)
College graduates earn up to $1 million more during their careers than non-graduates
K-State awards $248 million in financial assistance every year

Financial support

Many types of financial assistance are available, including financial aid, scholarships, grants, loans and work study. With these options factored in, a degree from K-State is not only possible but affordable. The Office of Student Financial Assistance is a resource to help you every step of the way.

Impacting
Students
I never imagined myself going to K-State, but I came and saw that this program could push me to another level that other places cannot even compete with.
Sierra McCain
The program is much more than a scholarship. I have the opportunity to participate in an in-country seminar, a global seminar and mentoring from Cargill executives both nationally and internationally.
Kayley Brethour