Scholarship Information

Here is a collection of sites containing scholarship information specifically for military, veterans and their families. You can also check KU's Scholarship resource page for more information and opportunities, as well as the Private and State Scholarships page.

We also highly recommend you apply for state and federal (FAFSA) financial aid, as you may be eligible for grants, including grants on top of any VA benefits. FYI, you can apply for state and federal aid beyond the priority deadlines, but it's recommended you meet the priority deadlines for the best chances at receiving any grants:

Scholarships and financial aid resources for undergraduates and graduates

For undergraduates only

For wounded service members and family members of wounded/deceased service members only

More Information

Prospective/New Students

Faculty and Staff Resources

Frequently Asked Questions

Stay informed! SVC Email Listserv

VA benefits questions:
VA Certifying Official
785-864-4423 or

All other questions:
785-864-2458 or

You can also visit the Office of the Registrar in 121 Strong Hall or stop by the Student Veteran Center in 345 Summerfield Hall.

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