It truly does pay to search and apply for scholarships! There are tons of scholarships to search on the internet. Below are just a few to help get you started. Remember, you should never pay to apply for a scholarship.
Please click the links below to learn more about what local scholarships you qualify for. Then click the scholarship application link to complete the form. Please type out the application and print it. Local scholarship deadline is March 23, 2020. Make sure to download the application and save the scholarship form before typing any information on it. Once completed, print it out.
Kansas and Regional Scholarships
Click the link below to learn about a few Kansas and Regional Scholarships that are available.
RUDD Foundation Scholarship – The Rudd Scholarship is a competitive, 4-year award designed to pay any remaining costs associated with tuition and fees, books and supplies, and room and board after accounting for all other grants, scholarships and financial awards. Application Deadline is: December 13, 2019.
- Must have a 3.0 cumulative GPA.
- Must complete the FAFSA and be Pell-eligible.
- Enroll full-time in the Fall 2020.
- Must be admitted and will attend either Emporia State, Fort Hays State, or Wichita State University.
Go to: RUDD Scholarship Application
Hagan Scholarship – the Hagan Scholarship is a nationwide need-based merit scholarship. The scholarship is designed to help recipients graduate college debt free. Recipients must graduate from a public high school located in a county in the United States having fewer than 50,000 residents. The scholarship provides up to $6,000 each semester for up to 8 consecutive semesters. Application Deadline: November 15, 2019.
- Must have a 3.75 GPA or higher.
- Must score 24 or higher on the ACT.
- Must complete the FAFSA and EFC must be less than $6,500.
National Scholarship Searches
The links below are national scholarship websites where students can type in their demographic information and a list of scholarships pop up.
Financial aid can help you afford college! In fact, most full-time college students receive some type of financial aid. While financial aid might help reduce the cost, remember college is NOT FREE! Students and their families are expected to contribute. Calculate Your Expected Family Contribution (EFC)
Federal Student Aid Resources and Publications
- FSA ID Frequently Asked Questions
- FAFSA on the Web Worksheet
- Federal Student Aid at a Glance
- Financial Aid and Undocumented Students
- Federal Student Loan Programs