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Scholarship Opportunities in Gerontology

Applications for gerontology scholarships will be due in March each year, for scholarships awarded for the following academic year.  The application process occurs just once per year. To receive a gerontology scholarship application please email gerontology@k-state.edu.

Long-Term Care Administration Scholarship

Awarded to a student for the time period in which they will be doing their required practicum in long-term care administration.

2018-2019 Scholarship Recipient

  • Hannah Steele

Carol Ann Holcomb Scholarship in Gerontology

Awarded to a senior with a minimum GPA of 3.0 in any curriculum with a secondary major in gerontology or a graduate student with an emphasis in gerontology in the College of Health and Human Sciences. Preference will be given on the basis of financial need.

2018-2019 Scholarship Recipients

  • Macy Burke

Dan and Kathy Richardson Graduate Student Innovation Scholarship in Gerontology

Awarded to a graduate student enrolled in the gerontology program at Kansas State University. Preference given to graduate students participating in interdisciplinary collaboration to innovatively improve the lives, environment and well-being of individuals with disabilities

2018-2019 Scholarship Recipients

  • Sarah McConnell

Lucille E. Reitz Scholarship in Gerontology

Awarded to a student enrolled in the College of Human Ecology with an emphasis on gerontology or aging at Kansas State University.

2018-2019 Scholarship Recipients

  • Lexi Becker

The Maggie Higdon Scholarship

Awarded to a graduate student enrolled in the College of Health and Human Sciences with an emphasis in gerontology at Kansas State University.

2018-2019  Scholarship Recipient

  • Sarah McConnell

R.C. and Eva Finley Center on Aging Scholarship

Awarded to an undergraduate junior or senior properly enrolled in the secondary major in gerontology or the long-term care curriculum through the Center on Aging; OR a graduate student accepted to the master's degree program in gerontology. Preference is given to students planning to devote their careers to working in the field of gerontology.

2018-2019 Scholarship Recipients

  • Karleigh Arndt
  • Konner Brening
  • Rachel Conner
  • Alexandra Herrman
  • Shayna Karmann
  • Megan Ochoa
  • Kelly Lehew
  • Addison McGill
  • Shelbie McLain
  • Madison Newell
  • Sydney Pater
  • Ashley Pringle
  • Sandra Roten
  • Desiree Schippers
  • Kelsi Seiler
  • Hannah Steele
  • Kiernan Vining
  • Elizabeth Webster

Center on Aging Excellence Fund

2018-2019 Scholarship Recipients

  • Megan Ochoa
  • Desiree Schippers
  • Madison Rockers
  • Shelbie McLain

Global Campus Scholarship Opportunities (formerly Division of Continuing Education)

Nationally Competitive Scholarships

Student Financial Assistance - Scholarship and Financial Aid Process