- • All amounts listed represent annual total dollars available for that scholarship for fall and spring semesters only.
- • No awards are available for summer sessions.
- • Students must re-apply yearly for future awards.
• Student athletes may receive additional scholarships not to exceed the maximum amount as defined in the NJCAA Eligibility Pamphlet (paragraph B.1.a.i) if such are awarded either on the basis of need, as verified by the college's office of financial aid OR outstanding academic achievement, with criteria including maintaining a cumulative 3.0 GPA (paragraph B.2).
Local Community Organizations/Miscellaneous
Awards and Funds
Many area organizations provide one to four-year scholarships, grants and
loans to students who fulfill their specific qualifications. Area organizations
of which you may want to inquire would be churches, high schools, PTA groups,
service clubs, fraternal organizations, professional organizations, and the
company or business where parents are employed. Some
corporations may also sponsor National Merit Scholarships. Your high school
counselor usually has a detailed list of such programs.
State of Kansas
The State of Kansas Scholarship Programs are administered
by the Student Assistance Section of the Board of Regents. Further
information may be obtained from the College's Financial Office, a guidance
counselor or the Student Assistance Department of the Board of Regents, 1000 SW
Jackson, Suite 520, Topeka, KS 66612-1368. Phone
785-430-4255 or www.kansasregents.org