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Scholarships

A scholarship is financial aid that does not need to be repaid and is awarded to students based on merit.

K-State offers wide variety of merit-based scholarships. Merit refers to a student’s past academic, leadership or civic accomplishments.

K-State scholarship application priority dates

November 1 for incoming freshmen

In the fall academic term of the senior year of high school

The priority date for incoming freshmen students to complete and submit the K-State scholarship application is November 1. High school students who plan to enter Kansas State University for the 2018-2019 academic year should complete and submit their K-State scholarship application by November 1, 2018.

Application for Admission AND K-State Scholarships
  • Students complete and submit this dual application for admission to K-State and to be considered for K-State Scholarships.

Application for K-State Scholarships
  • Students complete and submit this application if they have already applied for admission to K-State, but have not yet applied to be considered for K-State Scholarships.

February 1 for continuing and transfer students

In the spring academic term prior to the next academic year

The priority date to complete and submit the K-State scholarship application for continuing and transferring students is February 1. Students who plan to continue or transfer to K-State during the 2018-2019 academic year should submit their K-State Scholarship Application by February 1, 2018.

Application for K-State Scholarships
  • Continuing K-State students complete and submit this application to be considered for K-State Scholarships.

  • Transfer students complete and submit this application if they have already applied for admission to K-State, but have not yet applied to be considered for K-State Scholarships.