Undergraduate Scholarships and Financial Assistance

Undergraduate students in the College of Education wishing to apply for college scholarships should complete the application in the K-State Scholarship Network (KSN) online application portal. (Link to: https://www.k-state.edu/sfa/scholarships-aid/scholarships/ksn/

Application priority dates:
  • Incoming freshman – February 1
  • Incoming transfer students, international students and continuing students – March 15

Questions about undergraduate scholarships or the application process, please contact the College of Education Scholarship Coordinator, Roberta Hodges (roberta@ksu.edu).

Other scholarship and financial assistance opportunities that require an additional application process:

Tomorrow’s Teacher Scholarship

  • Awarded each year to four incoming freshman students enrolled in Education with a high school grade point average of at least 3.5. These scholarships are $5,000 and are renewable provided specific criteria are met.
  • Complete the Tomorrow’s Teacher Scholarship application prior to March 1st.

Call Me Mister Program

  • This program’s mission is to increase the pool of available male teachers from a broader more diverse background. A portion of the program funds is available in the form of scholarships.

K-State Math Teacher Scholarship Program

  • This program focuses on juniors, seniors and graduate students that are interested in becoming math teachers.

Study Abroad Scholarship

  • The College of Education has study abroad scholarships available. Please apply prior to the semester or summer you plan on participating in study abroad. Deadline for Spring - November 15, Summer - March 1, and Fall - May 1.

Educators Rising Scholarships

  • High school seniors who are paid, active-level members of Educators Rising and pursuing a career in education may apply for a scholarship through the PDK Educational Foundation.

AFCEA Educational Foundation STEM Teacher Scholarships

  • Competitive based scholarships of $2,500 each to students actively pursuing a graduate degree or credential/licensure for the purpose of teaching STEM (science, technology, engineering or math) subjects at a U.S. school in grades K-12.

Kansas Board of Regents Scholarships

State and Federal Opportunities: