Kansas Board of Regents
The difference between resident and non-resident tuition at eligible out-of-state institutions is paid by the state of Kansas.
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The State of Kansas has an agreement with three Schools of Optometry for Kansas students to receive the Kansas Optometry Service Scholarship: Kansas participates in a reciprocal agreement with the State of Missouri by which 12 Kansas residents, including three first-time entering students, may enroll in the Missouri School of Optometry, University of Missouri - St. Louis and pay resident fees. The Kansas contract with the Southern College of Optometry, Memphis, Tennessee, 12 seats including three first-time entering students; or the School of Optometry at Northeastern State University, Tahlequah, Oklahoma, 8 seats including two first-time entering students.
Students do not apply for this award directly. Each participating school selects the students who may participate in the program. For scholarship consideration, eligible students must have completed a ... sign up for full scholarship deadline information.