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Local Scholarships can be found in Career Cruising or at the bottom of this page 


The priority date for incoming freshmen students to complete and submit the K-State scholarship application is November 1.

Visit k-state.edu today!


You've got the grades. We've got the scholarships.
You'll be guaranteed a renewable scholarship if you meet the qualifications and submit a complete admission application by Nov. 1. Visit admissions.ku.edu/cs today!


Fort Hays State University Scholarships

Final Deadline: February 1
(Late applications will not be accepted.)
Priority Deadline: November 1 

Visit fhsu.edu today!


Scholarships are supported by alumni, faculty and staff, and friends of Emporia State University.  Priority Date is Friday, February 15. Visit emporia.edu today!


  • For incoming freshmen, report ACT/SAT scores, high school cumulative GPA and class rank to Pitt State by February 1st
  • Apply for admission and scholarships by February 1st.
  • Applications received after February 1 will be considered only if funds remain available

Visit pittstate.edu today!


If you are graduating from high school in May, the first step is to get admitted to Wichita State! If you’re eligible, you will be offered a scholarship in the fall of your senior year. No exhausting forms, no agonizing wait, just the prestige of being named a Shocker scholarship recipient. Priority deadline November 1.


Tabor College offers student aid to nearly 100 percent of the student body. Please take a moment to look at the wide range of scholarship opportunities available to Tabor College students: Visit tabor.edu today.




Upon admission to Ottawa University, you are automatically considered for institutional scholarships. You must be a full-time student to be eligible for the following scholarships and awards.

Visit Ottawa.edu for more information about scholarships.


To be awarded an academic scholarship, freshmen and new transfer students must be admitted to the College of Arts and Sciences or a School of Education undergraduate program. If you have not applied for admission, you may apply online or visit Baker.edu.


Paying for college may seem like a challenge, but Washburn University offers a number of scholarships to keep your education affordable. Most freshmen are eligible to receive academic scholarships, and the Office of Admissions also awards scholarships to transfer students.  Special scholarships are available according to students’ interests and achievements. Many academic departments offer scholarships to undergraduates, too.  

Washburn University makes applying for scholarships easy.  

For freshmen the deadline for Academic Scholarship consideration is December 1, a complete application file includes the application for admission; a one-time, $20 application fee; official high school transcript; and official ACT scores. Once you have been admitted, you can complete the Scholarship Application.   Scholarship Applications received after December 1st will be reviewed on an individual basis.

Washburn University Leadership Institute

If you recognize emerging leaders in your school, please encourage them to learn more about the Washburn University Leadership Institute! Our website atwww.washburn.edu/leadership provides all of our information


Here at Cloud County Community College, we understand that paying for college may seem overwhelming. That is why we want to ensure that you and your student are informed of the many scholarship opportunities that are available at Cloud. Since money received from scholarships doesn’t require repayment, filling out our simple scholarship application is a great opportunity to knock out some of the costs of college.

CCCC has 105 Foundation scholarships with over $175,000 available to award. Academic scholarships are available to students that qualify (you can find the grid on our website at: http://www.cloud.edu/Admissions/Covering-the-Cost.)

The application is now available at www.cloud.edu. To apply, simply click the Apply for Scholarships link on the left side of the page. The application includes six short answer questions that should be answered in complete sentences. Please give attention to spelling and punctuation and DO NOT use text language! Once the online application is submitted, that’s it! The scholarship committee will begin the awarding process after November 1, 2015. Please keep in mind that to be considered for scholarships, applicants must have successfully completed all admissions requirements for Cloud County Community College.

The deadline for these scholarships is APRIL 1. Please encourage your student to take the time and invest in their future by filling out the scholarship application!

Please contact the Foundation Office with any further questions at 785-243-1435, ext. 232.


How do I apply?

The priority filing deadline for institutional aid is April 1st for the fall semester and December 1st for the spring semester.  Applicants who have earned less than 12 credit hours of college coursework must submit a high school transcript or GED score.  Students who have earned at least 12 credit hours of college coursework must submit official transcripts for previous college courses.  Please review the specific requirements for each scholarship at Institutional Scholarships and Grants-in-Aid Information.


Students may be required to complete the FAFSA for some scholarships as well as a separatescholarship application.

  • Academic Scholarships are for students showing high academic achievement during high school by meeting specific GPA or academic test scores.  
  • Activity/Athletic Scholarships are for students who receive aid for their participation in Sports, Band, Theatre, Journalism, Vocal Music, Sports Media, etc.  
  • Foundation Scholarships are awarded by a scholarship committee based on a donor specified criteria. 
  • Butler Access Scholarships are for non-traditional adult students wishing to continue their education.  
  • Technical Scholarships are for students who participate in specified technical programs.
  • There are also a variety of State of Kansas Scholarships awarded by the Kansas Board of Regents.

College Scholarships (Regent’s Recommended Curriculum for College)

These courses are required beginning in the fall of 2001 in order for a student to be considered a “State Scholar”. If a student is named a “State Scholar”, the student may be eligible to receive scholarship money if the student attends a state school or a private school in Kansas.

4 units of English (not inc. speech, journalism, or debate/forensics 

3 units of science (biology, chemistry, and physics)

4 units of math – to include an advance math
2 units of the same foreign language

3 units of social science
1 unit of computer technology 

Cindi Wacker,
Dec 7, 2016, 8:26 AM