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K-State Today

November 4, 2019

Now accepting applications for the Mark Chapman Scholars Program

Submitted by Kali Poenitske

Are you a College of Arts and Sciences student in your first or second year of college? Are you seeking funding for a meaningful summer experience? If so, consider applying for the Mark Chapman Scholars Program.

Chapman Scholars will receive $5,000 in support of their proposal: $3,000 to fund their proposed summer activity and $1,000 per semester for the following academic year.

The deadline for the Chapman Scholars Program application is Feb. 3, 2020. Obtain an application and read more about the award

All applications must be turned into Jim Hohenbary in 215 Fairchild Hall. Students may contact Hohenbary at jimlth@k-state.edu with any questions about the application or the program.

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