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Even as I graduate and leave campus for the final time, I won’t stop asking myself, How can I seek, serve, and grow?
– Jennifer Warkentine ’12

Kansas Aid

In order to receive the Kansas Comprehensive Grant, the FAFSA needs to be received by the federal aid-processing center by April 1.

Other Kansas aid requires the FAFSA and Kansas Aid Application (Financial Aid Sources for Kansas Students) by May 1.

2014–15 amounts
Kansas Comprehensive Grant: up to $3,500
Kansas State Scholarship: $1,000
Kansas Ethnic Minority Scholarship: $1,850
Kansas Nursing Scholarship: $3,500
Kansas Teacher Service Scholarship: $5,514

If you have questions, you can contact Tony Graber, director of financial aid.

For a free financial aid estimate, complete our estimate worksheet. If you would like a free financial aid counseling session, please contact the Office of Admissions.