October 23, 2017

Kansas All-State Academic Team Scholarship Awarded by University of Kansas

The Kansas All-State Academic Team Scholarship is an award sponsored by University of Kansas.

Information About the Scholarship:

Award Amount: Average – $1000
Application Deadline: 15-January
Scholarship Requirements: Candidate must be recognized as a memeber of the state’s All-State Academic Team.
Eligible for: Contact sponsor

Awarded by:

University of Kansas
KU Visitor Center, 1502 Iowa Street
Lawrence, KS 66045
USA
Email: adm@ku.edu
Phone: 785 864 3911
Website: http://www.admissions.ku.edu

Contact Details:

Gail Sherron
Associate Director

Email: gsherron@ku.edu
Phone: 785 864 5418
Fax: 785 864 5006

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