Legacy Scholarship

Children and grandchildren of K-State alumni are invited to apply for the K-State Alumni Association Legacy Scholarship.
Approximately 170 scholarships are awarded each spring for the following scholastic year. View the list of the 2019-20 Legacy Scholarship recipients.

Scholarship Qualifications
To apply,  complete the K-State Scholarship Network application. The Legacy Scholarship questions are found in the “General Application” section of the KSN application.

• Qualified applicants must check the box for this question in the Personal Background section:
I have at least on parent/grandparent who graduated from K-State.

• And provide the name(s) in the following field:
If you have a parent or grandparent who is a dues-paying member of the Kansas State University Alumni Association please enter their name here:

• At least one parent, step-parent, grandparent or legal guardian must be a K-State alumnus. 
• Scholarships will be awarded to in-state, out-of-state and international students.
• Scholarships will only be awarded to recipients enrolled in 12 or more credit hours at K-State per semester, or nine or more credit hours if enrolled as a graduate student.

• Preference is given to students whose qualified parent, step-parent, grandparent or legal guardian is an active, dues-paying annual or life member of the Association.
• High school and current K-State students must have a grade point average of at least a 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (3.6 with 24 college credits for transfer students).

Other Information
• Scholarships are not applicable to summer school.
• The university scholarship committee will select the recipients for the K-State Alumni Association Legacy Scholarship. Factors to be considered are scholarship, leadership and financial need. Determination of financial need is based on information provided on FAFSA application
With more than 1,500 applicants, please note not all qualifying students will receive this scholarship. Students are encouraged to apply each year that they are enrolled at K-State.
• Funding is provided through the K-State License Plate Program and donors to the Legacy Scholarship Fund.
• Contact the K-State Admissions Office for information on the university's Heritage Scholarship.
• For questions, contact Terin Walters at 785-532-5052 or TWalters@k-state.com.