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Kansas Promise Scholarship Act

The Kansas Promise Scholarship Act provides service scholarships for students to attend an “eligible postsecondary educational institution” in specified programs.

This scholarship program was passed by the Kansas Legislature and signed by Governor Laura Kelly on April 23, 2021. Several Coffeyville Community College programs are available at no cost to eligible students beginning fall 2021.

This program is a "last dollar"  scholarship – when other scholarships and grants are not sufficient to cover your tuition, fees, books and required course materials - the Kansas Promise Act will make up the difference. Recipients must meet qualifications and follow the application process to be eligible.


Eligibility Requirements

  • Any Kansas resident taking six credit hours or more who meets income requirements AND;

Has graduated from an accredited Kansas public or private secondary school (or Kansas homeschool) within the preceding 12 months; 

OR

Is 21 years of age or older and has been a Kansas resident for at least three consecutive years; 

OR

Is a dependent of a military service member permanently stationed in another state and who graduated from any out-of-state secondary school or obtained a high school equivalency certificate within the preceding 12 months.


Income Eligibility Requirements

Scholarships are to be prioritized according to applicants’ annual household income:

  • $100,000 or less for a family of two;
  • $150,000 or less for a family of three; and
  • $150,000 + $4,800 per additional family member beyond three.

If funds remain after awarding eligible applicants, other students with greater household income may become eligible.


Coffeyville Community College Programs Eligibile For the Kansas Promise Scholarship

Kansas Promise Scholarship LogoCoffeyville Technical Campus

Columbus Technical Campus

*Eligibile programs are determined by the Kansas Board of Regents and are subject to change.


Scholarship Stipulations

Notice: This is a service scholarship administered by the Kansas Board of Regents that requires a recipient to live and work in Kansas for a minimum of two consecutive years following successful completion of your program. Failure to do so will result in your having to repay the amount of the scholarship you received plus interest. The interest is at the current rate of interest for the federal PLUS loan (Parent Loan) at the time you are awarded the scholarship. The PLUS interest rate is 6.284% beginning July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022.

  • Enroll in and successfully complete an eligible program of study from the above list (min. of 6 credit hours required each semester);
  • Complete the program within 30 months of first being awarded a Kansas Promise Scholarship; AND
  • Sign a Kansas Promise Service Scholarship Agreement to live and work in Kansas for a minimum of two consecutive years following successful completion of your program. 
  • If your program of study continues beyond one year, complete the Kansas Promise Service Scholarship Renewal Application to continue to be eligible for funding.

The Steps Required to Receive a Kansas Promise Act Scholarship

  1. Apply to Coffeyville Community College if you haven't already been admitted.

    CCC Application For Admission
     
  2. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid for the academic year in which you apply to receive a Kansas Promise Scholarship. This step is required even if you don't take any additional loans or get federal aid! Be sure to identify Coffeyville Community College on your FAFSA application using Federal School Code: 001910. The CCC Financial Aid Department can assist.

    Free Application for Federal Student Aid (opens in new window)
     
  3. Complete the Kansas Promise Scholarship Interest Form. The interest form can be filled out online. If you have a paper copy of the Kansas Promise Scholarship Interest Form, please submit it to the Coffeyville Community College Financial Aid Office.

    Kansas Promise Scholarship Interest Form
     
  4. Enroll in one of the select programs noted above by making an appointment with:

    Coffeyville Technical Campus
    Heather Pollet
    620-252-7503
    [email protected]

    Columbus Technical Campus
    Kari Soper
    620-252-7301
    [email protected]

     
  5. Complete Kansas Promise Scholarship Application with your advisor.
     
  6. Schedule appointment with a Financial Aid Advisor by emailing [email protected]
     
  7. Enter into a Kansas Promise Scholarship Agreement. Recipients are required to live and work in Kansas for two years upon completion of degree/certificate.

Questions

Heather Pollet
Dean of Career/Technical Education
620-252-7503
[email protected]