Scholarship Renewal Information
As outlined by the renewal requirements for scholarships/awards, a specified cumulative K-State grade point average (GPA) is required to retain your scholarship.
- In-State Renewable Scholarships and GPA Thresholds
- Out-of-State Renewable Domestic Scholarships and GPA Thresholds
If it is determined that a scholarship/award should not be renewed for the 2019-2020 academic year due to failure to meet the required GPA renewal threshold, you will receive an email notification from the Office of Student Financial Assistance to this effect.
Your scholarship/award can be considered for reinstatement under one of two circumstances: Reinstatement based on academic merit or extenuating circumstances.
Consideration for reinstatement based on academic merit
- If your cumulative K-State GPA improves to your scholarship's minimum GPA renewal threshold by the close of the summer 2019 semester, you may contact us for consideration of reinstatement for the fall 2019 semester.
- If your cumulative K-State GPA improves to your scholarship's renewal threshold by the close of the fall 2019 semester, you may contact us for consideration of reinstatement for the spring 2020 semester.
Reinstatement based on academic merit will not be considered beyond the summer 2019 and fall 2019 GPA review points.
Consideration for reinstatement based on extenuating circumstances
- If you believe the reason you failed to meet the cumulative K-State GPA renewal threshold was due to extenuating circumstances beyond your control, our office may be able to reinstate your award upon further review. To initiate a review of extenuating circumstances, we ask that you provide us with a completed Scholarship Appeal Form for Extenuating Circumstances (pdf) along with the required supporting documentation via our secure document upload.
Please note that the review for the renewal of K-State scholarships/awards is completed annually after spring grades post (with the exception of the Midwest Student Exchange Program, where the review occurs at the close of both the fall and spring semesters).