KU School of Education Scholarships
Since 1958, the KU School of Education has offered financial support through academic scholarships to thousands of students. These scholarships are awarded to students beyond the scholarships also made available through the university as a whole. In 2014 alone, the School distributed over $1 million in scholarships to 350 students working towards program completion at the KU School of Education.
Scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis and are available for KU School of Education students, regardless of major, program, or level of enrollment. KU School of Education students only need to complete the application process to be considered for an award. A committee comprised of KU School of Education faculty review the scholarship applications and make award decisions based on the following considerations:
- Academic performance (GPA) at KU
- Education-related extracurricular activities
- Work-related activities
- Evidence of involvement in the education profession
- Evidence of commitment to the education profession
- Record of scholarly activities
- Specific donor criteria
- Financial need as determined by the FAFSA/ISNAW
KU School of Education Scholarship Awards Luncheon
KU School of Education scholarship award recipients are required to write a thank you letter to his/her donor(s). Many award recipients are also required to attend the annual KU School of Education Scholarship Awards Luncheon in early September. The Scholarship Awards Luncheon is typically held at the Lied Center in Lawrence, Kansas; and offers students an enjoyable opportunity to interact with their donors and fellow students.
KU School of Education Scholarship Requirements
- Undergraduate students must be enrolled in at least 12 hours each semester
- Graduate students, including GLP students, must be enrolled in at least 6 hours each semester
Additionally, there is a limited pool of recruitment scholarship money for incoming graduate students at the KU School of Education. To find out about these one-time scholarship opportunities, please contact the academic department to which you are applying.
The University of Kansas is committed to providing programs and activities to all persons, regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation, disability, national origin, ancestry, sex, marital or parental status, and, to the extent covered by law, age or veteran status.