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State of Kansas

KBORLogo State scholarships are available to Kansas residents who complete the FAFSA by the state priority application receipt deadline of APRIL 1.  For a comprehensive list of state programs, including an explanation of eligibility requirements, visit the Kansas Board of Regents (KBOR) website.

Not from Kansas?  To qualify for Kansas aid, you must have lived in Kansas for one year for a purpose other than being a college student - see Kansas residency requirements.  Students from states other than Kansas should contact their state legislator and/or state regents association.

Kansas Comprehensive Grant - given to Kansas students with financial need attending as full-time, undergraduates in the residential campus programs who apply by the APRIL 1 priority deadline.  Qualifying students are awarded $3,000.  No additional application is required.

Kansas State Scholar* - given to the 20% - 40% of Kansas high school graduates who are designated as state scholars during their senior year of high school.  Students must complete the Kansas Scholars Curriculum and meet annual ACT/GPA standards to qualify.

Kansas Ethnic Minority Scholarship* - designed to assist financially need, academically competitive students who are identified as members of certain ethnic/racial groups.

Kansas National Guard Educational Assistance* - for enlisted members of a Kansas Air/Army National Guard Unit to assist in completing their first bachelor's degree.  Students need not be full-time to qualify for this scholarship.  In addition to the online form, students must submit their commander's signature.

Kansas Nursing Service Scholarship* - requires an obligation to practice as an LPN or RN in the State of Kansas and work for a sponsor who is licensed by the State of Kansas in health care field.

Kansas Teacher Service Scholarship* - a merit-based, service obligation scholarship program providing assistance to students who wish to teach or currently teach in state designated hard-to-fill disciplines or underserved geographic areas.

*Kansas Scholarships require an annual application.  The application must be signed and submitted with a $12 non-refundable processing fee.  The priority deadline for this application is May 1 of each calendar year.

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