Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority
Up to $1,800 per award year, not to exceed tuition charged by the school. Students may reapply each year. Students must maintain satisfactory academic progress.
The number of awards offered varies annually. Last year, there were 585 scholarships awarded.
Students must meet the following criteria: be ineligible to receive state or federal training funds through Head Start, a public preschool program, or First Steps; have no unpaid financial obligation to KHEAA or to any other Title IV program; and agree to a service commitment based on the credential pursued. Additional information about the Early Childhood Development Scholarship Program rules and regulations can be found on the KHEAA website.
Program information is available from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) website. The student must apply for this scholarship via his/her MyKHEAA account on the KHEAA website ... sign up for full scholarship deadline information.