In addition to general university scholarships and awards, freshmen have the following scholarships opportunities available to them at K-State:
Test-optional scholarships and awards
New for incoming freshmen starting in 2021 on the Manhattan or Polytechnic campuses, K-State is offering its general university scholarships and awards without the need for ACT/SAT scores. A supplemental application is required for consideration.
Competitive scholarship awardees are selected by committees who review additional supplemental application materials and/or administer a selective interview process.
Supplemental awards, available to Manhattan and Polytechnic campus students, can be stacked on top of general university scholarships and awards.
These are awards offered through K-State alumni clubs and programs, as well as an award specifically for students who have an eligible family member who is a K-State Alumni Association member.
Many academic colleges and departments also offer several unique scholarship awards. You can apply for academic college/departmental scholarships/awards via the K-State Scholarship Network after you are admitted to the university.