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FAS Scholarship/ Partial Tuition Waiver and Change in Non-resident Tuition Assessment

Policy
Purpose: 

If an undergraduate student has received a partial tuition waiver (Midwest Student Exchange, KU Excellence, Jayhawk Generation or two-year Phi Theta Kappa transfer scholarship) from FAS, should receive a different variation of a non-resident tuition waiver, or granted in-state tuition rates, the FAS scholarship will be adjusted to the appropriate resident based scholarship.

Applies to: 

All Financial Aid and Scholarships staff members.

Any prospective freshman or current undergraduate who was awarded an FAS scholarship and residency has changed or if student receives another variation of a non-resident tuition waiver.

Campus: 
Lawrence
Policy Statement: 

If an undergraduate student has received a FAS scholarship dependent upon nonresident status and is subsequently granted in-state tuition rates, or is awarded reciprocity or other non-resident tuition waivers, the FAS scholarship will be adjusted to the appropriate resident-based scholarship.

Contact: 

Financial Aid and Scholarships
KU Visitor Center

1502 Iowa Street

Lawrence, KS 66045

Gail Sherron, Associate Director, Scholarships
Phone: (785) 864-5418
Email: gsherron@ku.edu

Approved by: 
Brenda Maigaard, Assistant Vice Provost, Financial Aid & Scholarships
Approved on: 
Saturday, September 1, 2012
Effective on: 
Saturday, September 1, 2012
Review Cycle: 
Annual (As Needed)
Keywords: 
Scholarships, Residency, Financial Aid & Scholarships, Partial Tuition Waiver, reciprocity, Non-resident Status.
Review, Approval & Change History: 

Approved September 4, 2012

Updated August 23, 2013

August 15, 2014

September 11, 2015

Academic Categories: 
Enrollment
Financial Categories: 
Student Financial Aid
Tuition & Fees
Student Life Categories: 
Financial Assistance

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