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Nationally Competitive Scholarships

Kansas State University
215 Fairchild Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506-1113

785-532-3422

Nationally Competitive Scholarships

Welcome to the Office of Nationally Competitive Scholarships at Kansas State University. I advise all students interested in nationally and internationally competitive scholarships. Please come see me if you have questions or would like to talk about possible opportunities. You should consult with your department and/or Student Financial Assistance if you seek money awarded by K-State.

K-State has a proud tradition of our students competing for national scholarships; and in fact, these students, supported by the faculty and staff who mentor them, have achieved notable success. Read about our National Scholars to learn more about that record of success.  

Jim Hohenbary
Director
215 Fairchild Hall
785-532-3422
jimlth@ksu.edu

 

Announcements

1. The campus deadline for the Goldwater Scholarship will be October 15, 2018.  Want to learn more about this undergraduate opportunity for research-focused STEM students?  I will hold information sessions in Fairchild 215 at 8:30 AM and 3:00 PM on Wednesday (September 12) and Thursday (September 13) respectively.  Come to whichever one works best for you! 

2. Planning to apply for the Gilman Scholarship?  On Sept. 5 at 5:30 in the Leadership Studies Town Hall: come listen to recent Gilman Scholars share about their experience abroad.  And then, on Sept. 6 at 4:00 come to a Gilman application workshop in Union 206.  Open to all Pell-eligible students. 

3. Interested in the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship?  Learn how to put together a strong application in Union 207 at 3:30 on Sept. 11.  Panel will feature both successful students and former NSF GRFP Faculty Reviewers.  Register here to attend.

4. The campus deadline for the Boren Scholarship is January 11, 2019.  Interested students are encouraged to talk me as early as possible in the fall semester since students need a fully formed study abroad plan at the time of application.