Jeanette Rankin women's Scholarship Fund
Soroptimist Club Scholarship
Available to Butler County female resident
Contact Adult Education Transition Coach for criteria and application
Kansas Comprehensive Grant
The Kansas Comprehensive Grant is available to Kansas residents enrolled full-time at eighteen private colleges and universities located in Kansas, the six public universities, and Washburn University. To be considered, you must complete and submit the FAFSA listing one or more eligible colleges. The FAFSA priority deadline is April 1. The funding level allows about 1 in 3 eligible students to be assisted with award amounts ranging from $200-$3,500 at the private institutions and $100-$1,500 at the public institutions. The grant is based on financial need.
Vocational Education Scholarship
The Vocational Education Scholarship is available to eligible students enrolled in approved vocational programs at community or technical colleges and some two-year programs at four-year institutions. Applicants must take the vocational exam that is offered at various sites throughout Kansas on the first Saturday in November and March. See the Adult Education Transition Coach for an application. Approximately 240 scholarships of $500 are awarded. Priority goes to renewals and the remainder to new applicants with the highest exam scores. Approximately 1 in 2 applicants are funded. www.kansasregents.org/resources/PDF/1543-appbrochure1213.pdf
KBOR Scholarship and Grant
President's and Dean's Scholarship
Butler Community College offers the opportunity to apply for academic scholarships to first-time college students who pass the GED. There is a $500 per year (2 years) Dean's Scholarship for scores of 3100-3190; $750 per year (2 years) President's Scholarship for scores of 3200 and above. The Butler Adult Education program also has limited scholarships for you when you complete the GED. These are awarded by the Division Executive Director.