IMPORTANT: In order to save your answers correctly after you fill out the scholarship application, you must use Adobe Reader or Acrobat Reader DC to save the completed form. Chromebooks and most mobile devices and tablets do not have access to the full version of Adobe Reader or Acrobat Reader DC, so DO NOT use a Chromebook or mobile device to fill out and save your Scholarship Application.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR INTERNET EXPLORER:
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FIREFOX:
Alternative Method for Saving:
Alternatively, you may save your completed form to the Adobe Document Cloud. To do this, you must first have a free account or you must create a free account. (Note, you must be age 13 or above in order to create an Adobe Cloud account.)
Check the deadlines and due dates when applying for local scholarships. Late applications are usually not accepted by the committees. YOU must come into the counseling center and fill out a scholarship request form for EACH local scholarship for which you are interested in applying.
Some scholarships may ask for additional information other than the LSA you emailed to the counseling center. Contact Mr. Wilson in the counseling center if you have questions at 620-615-4114 or firstname.lastname@example.org
FastWeb Scholarship Search offers a free scholarship matching service that provides some of the best financial aid information available online.
For a list and a direct link to colleges and universities that have been approved by KACRO go to: College and University Websites
The Department of Education is no longer providing paper FAFSA Applications to colleges, libraries or secondary schools. Students must complete the FAFSA with on of the following three options:
Apply Online at: FAFSA - Free Application for Federal Student Aid
Download the PDF Version and print it off to mail back in.
Request a paper copy be mailed out to you by calling, 1-800-FED-AID and request a paper FAFSA application.
For a list of state sponsored scholarship and grant programs, go to: State of Kansas Financial Aid Programs