About Scholarships

KCK School Foundation For Excellence

Deadline(s): Annually on April 1; please see website for details.

Description: The Kansas City Kansas Public Schools Foundation for Excellence offers several scholarship opportunities for high-school seniors in Kansas City Kansas Public Schools.
Xi Tau Omega Chapter Scholarships

Deadline(s): Thursday, April 1, 2021, by 11:59 pm CST

Description: Each year, Xi Tau Omega Chapter awards scholarships to high school and college students for the upcoming school year. This 2021 Scholarship Season, we are offering four (4) scholarships: 1) High Scholastic Achievement Scholarship for high school seniors. 2) Xi Tau Omega HBCU Scholarship for high school seniors. 3) Xi Tau Omega Undergraduate Scholarship. 4) Xi Tau Omega Undergraduate HBCU Scholarship for undergraduates attending a HBCU.
2021 LULAC Kansas Scholarship

Deadline(s): Deadline: Applications must be received by Sunday, April 4, 2021, 11:59 pm (no extensions) via email to madairivera@lulac.org (Please scan and attachall documentsto one email-do not submit multiple emails). Applications will not be accepted via mail.

Description: The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) is the oldest Hispanic/Latino/a/x civil rights organization in the United States. We are a volunteer-based organization that empowers Latinos and builds strong Latino communities. Our Mission is to advance the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, housing, health and civil rights of the Hispanic/Latino/a/x population. Our Kansas LULAC Scholarship Fund was established to assist Latino/a/x Kansas students in completing their postsecondary education. We are thrilled to celebrate 92 years of advocacy this year as a national organization! Visit us at https://lulac.org/ Follow/like LULAC Kansas, https://www.facebook.com/LulacStateOfKansasOfficial #Eductation #Health #CivilParticipation #EconomicEmpowerment #CivilRights #Housing #PublicService #Technology
Lambda Theta Nu Sorority Latina Scholarship Program

Deadline(s): Annually on April 30; please see website for details.

Description: Scholarships available to graduating high school seniors. Candidates must have high academic achievement, involvement in extracurricular activities and service to their community. Complete applications include: Application form, letters of recommendation and transcripts. Amount varies by chapter.
Stephen Bufton Memorial Education Fund

Deadline(s): Deadline: May 15, 2021

Description: National scholarships are awarded each year in the amounts of $2,000 to $10,000. All national scholarships have their requirements designated by the SBMEF Board of Trustees. The national scholarships are open to women meeting the requirements of each national scholarship listed below. A minimum of three qualified applicants must complete the application process for each scholarship to be awarded.

Deadline(s): Ongoing, check the website for details: https://www.maldef.org/resources/scholarship-resource-guide/

Description: This is an informative resource guide for students, parents, and educators. MALDEF is not a direct provider of the scholarships on this list. If you are interested in any of the scholarships listed here, please contact the organization directly using the information provided. Thank you.
University of Kansas School of Engineering Freshman Scholarship Program

Deadline(s): Annually by December 1st. Please see website.

Description: First time, domestic students applying for admission to the School of Engineering will be considered for scholarships if they apply to the School of Engineering by December 1. KU’s Undergraduate Application for Admission also serves as the School of Engineering scholarship application. No additional forms need to be submitted unless applying also for the Self Engineering Leadership Fellows Program or the FIRST Robotics Scholarship. Prospective engineering students who are offered scholarships will receive a letter detailing their total scholarship package from the University, School of Engineering and department. The combined scholarship letter documents the student’s award for the coming academic year as well as the projected amount over four years provided the student meets the requirements for maintaining their scholarship funding. If ACT/SAT tests are taken more than once, the highest scores will be used for engineering scholarship consideration. The February test date is the last score that will be used. Students submitting test scores after the February test date may be re-evaluated by the School of Engineering on a case-by-case basis depending on available funds at that time. All grade point averages are converted to an unweighted 4.0 scale so every prospective student has the same opportunity for consideration. Visit KU Financial Aid & Scholarships for additional scholarship and financial aid information.
Courage To Grow Scholarship

Deadline(s): One scholarship is awarded monthly.  Deadline is the 30th or 31st of each month.  

Description: Each month, Courage to Grow awards a $500 scholarship to an eligible junior or senior in high school, or college student (minimum 2.5 GPA and U.S. citizen) based on a 250-word essay.
Scholarships Open to Undocumented Students

Deadline(s): Varies, see website for list of scholarships and deadlines.

Description: Please see website for a list of scholarships available for undocumented students.
Mega List of Scholarships

Deadline(s): Varies, see website for list of scholarships and deadlines.

Description: See website for full list of scholarships.
Greater Kansas City Community Foundation Scholarship Page

Deadline(s): Varies, see website for full list of scholarships and deadlines.

Description: We encourage students to research the following scholarship opportunities, bookmark relevant scholarships and apply online at gkccf.academicworks.com.
Immigrants Rising Scholarships

Deadline(s): Yearly, see website for list of scholarships and deadlines.

Description: Immigrants Rising’s Scholarship Fund (previously called New American Scholars Fund) provides financial awards to low-income immigrant college and graduate students who live and/or attend school in the San Francisco Bay Area. We provide scholarships of up to $7,000 to cover tuition and other expenses. Scholars are selected for their academic excellence, financial need, and community impact; they are also expected to maintain a minimum GPA (2.8 for college students and 3.0 for graduate students), and participate in ongoing Immigrants Rising’s programming, events, and activities throughout the year.
UMKC Scholarship Page

Deadline(s): Varies, see link for full list of scholarship and deadlines.

Description: See website for full list of scholarships and deadlines