Financial Assistance Office
Fort Hays State University Scholarships
2015-2016 Final Deadline: February 15, 2015
(Late applications will not be accepted.)
2015-2016 Priority Deadline: November 15, 2014
You must meet the requirements listed for each individual scholarship you apply for as well as be a full-time student during the 2015-16 academic year unless otherwise specified. To be considered full-time, undergraduate students must be enrolled in twelve credit hours per semester at FHSU and graduate students in nine credit hours per semester at FHSU. Unless otherwise noted, students must have earned a high school diploma or GED to be eligible for scholarships.
Apply now at https://fhsu.academicworks.com/users/sign_in. The online scholarship application will automatically match and recommend scholarships for which you are eligible, as well as allow you to search for and select scholarship for which you wish to apply. You must be admitted to FHSU by February 12, 2015, in order for your account to be active to apply for 2015-16 scholarships. If you have not applied for admission, complete this step.
Additional scholarship opportunities will be posted throughout the scholarship application cycle (September 15, 2014 - February 15, 2015). Be sure to log back into your Scholarship account periodically to view additional opportunities that may be available.
Scholarships for Incoming Freshmen
By taking the American College Test (ACT), an incoming freshman could be eligible for one of four scholarship programs that are based solely on the student's highest composite ACT score (or comparable SAT score).
To apply for one of the Freshman Academic Awards:
- submit your scores to FHSU through ACT by coding 1408 on your exam, or
- send a copy of your ACT test results to the Scholarship Services Office.
In order to receive a Miller Black and Gold, Hays City Silver, Bronze Academic Award, or Copper Academic Award ACT scores must be received by FHSU before June 1, 2015. All freshman academic awards offered to students but not accepted are VOID after July 1, 2015.
The Freshman Academic Awards are partially funded by the following scholarship funds and individuals:
Floyd Bedker Scholarship, Beeson/Nygen Trust, Eva Campbell Davis, Clark and Flora Carlile, Arthur Courtney, Lois Cline Crissman, Edith and Harry Darby Foundation, Helen Davis, Lester Adrian Davis Sr., Endowment Trustees, Albert V. Erickson, Elgie L. and Nellie W. Fireoved, Esther Grant Education Fund, Russell & Lucine Hanson, Tom and Roberta Harkness, Helen F. Hornbrook, William A. Humbird, Lulu James, Jellision Trust, Lulu Kitterman Bischof, Harry R. and Elva Kraisinger Glass, Marva J. and Dorothy M. Lange, Harold Long, Stella Campbell Martin and Leslie Thomas Martin, Don and Norma Lee Matheson, Gilbert Meyer, Paul & Virginia Miller, Florence Muir Parks, Harvey & Della Niermeier, Harry & Clara (Hood) Nielsen, Alice M. Powell Estate, William E. Pywell and Brian Pywell, G.A. and Helen Rafferty Memorial, William C. Reed, Anna M. Reed, Carl S. Rohwer, Robert T. Schafer & Olive Reed Schafer, Dr. Owen R. & Sally L. Robinson Memorial, Jack Shade, Richard Spann, J.R. & Ethel Wells, L.D. Wooster Memorial Scholarship Fund, R.L. "Sam" Young, FHSU Endowment Association Endowed Scholarship
State of Kansas Scholarships
High school graduates designated as state scholars may apply for State of Kansas Scholarships. Applications are available online at www.kansasregents.org/students/student_financial_aid/scholarships_and_grants The Kansas Board of Regents and in the FHSU Scholarship Services Office, 222 Picken Hall.
- Kansas State Scholarship
- Kansas Nursing Scholarship
- Kansas Teacher Scholarship
- Kansas Ethnic Minority Scholarship
To find additional scholarship opportunities, visit our Scholarship Search page.