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College of Human Ecology Scholarships

The College of Human Ecology has a variety of scholarship opportunities for its sophomore, junior, senior and graduate students. Academic scholarships may be provided as the renewable portion of a university award, a College of Human Ecology "add-on" award, or a College of Human Ecology merit award. Other College of Human Ecology scholarships include awards for transfer students, student leaders, education abroad, student travel awards, multicultural students and undergraduate research.

High School Seniors

Most freshman scholarship awards are provided by the Office of Student Financial Assistance. A wide range of scholarship options exist for students demonstrating strong academic excellence, leadership, community service and other criteria.

See specific information on Kansas State University scholarships

Transfer Students

Please see the transfer scholarships and application process on the university's scholarship website.Complete the university admission/scholarship application, indicating your major in the College of Human Ecology. The deadline for application is February 1. Transfer scholarships are awarded every June for the next academic year.

Continuing Students

Undergraduate students who are properly enrolled as a full-time student (12 credit hours or more per semester) or graduate students who are properly enrolled in 6 credit hours or more per semester in a College of Human Ecology degree program are eligible for a variety of other scholarship opportunities. Complete the University scholarship application by the February 1 deadline each year. Scholarships are awarded every June for the next academic year.

International and Multicultural Students Scholarship

This scholarship is open to undergraduate and graduate students who are international or represent a historically underrepresented ethnic group. The printable scholarship application below is due by February 1 to the College of Human Ecology dean's office in 119 Justin Hall.

Application (pdf)