Kansas Board of Regents
Up to $1,000 annually, renewable for an additional year.
Approximately 250 scholarships offered each year.
The Vocational Education Scholarship Program was established by the 1987 Kansas Legislature to provide financial assistance to full-time students who enroll in designated one- or two-year vocational programs. Designated programs are located at various Kansas area technical colleges, community colleges, Kansas State University - Salina, several four-year colleges and proprietary schools. Awards are made based on enrollment in designated high demand, critical industry programs of study, with priority given to applicants with the greatest financial need as measured by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Only certificate and selected two-year degree programs are included among the designated technical programs. Students with, or applying for, baccalaureate degrees are not eligible for funding.
Additional information about this program is available from the Kansas Board of Regents (KBOR) website, from high school counselor, or at college financial aid offices. To apply, students must comple ... sign up for full scholarship deadline information.