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Scholarship Renewal Criteria and Review Process: Financial Aid & Scholarships

Policy
Procedure
Purpose: 

Provide details relating to the renewal criteria of FAS scholarships. Provide details relating to the methodology in which FAS conducts its scholarship review process.

Applies to: 

Freshmen and transfer students with renewable FAS scholarships at the University of Kansas, Lawrence campus.

Campus: 
Lawrence
Policy Statement: 

Freshmen scholarships will expire after four years of undergraduate study or upon earning an undergraduate degree; whichever occurs first. Transfer scholarships will expire after three years of undergraduate study or upon earning an undergraduate degree; whichever occurs first. Students must maintain a cumulative 3.25 KU GPA and complete 30 KU hours each academic year. If a student meets the renewal criteria, the scholarship will be renewed for the upcoming academic year. If the renewal criterion is not met, the scholarship will be revoked at the conclusion of the spring semester. At any time, the scholarship will be reinstated if the student should meet the renewal criteria.

Contact: 

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

Approved by: 
Associate Director, Financial Aid & Scholarships
Approved on: 
Monday, August 1, 2011
Effective on: 
Monday, August 1, 2011
Review Cycle: 
Annual (As Needed)
Keywords: 
FAS Scholarship Renewal, FAS Scholarship Review Process
Change History: 
Updated and Approved:
05/11/2018: Updates policy section with current requirements; contacts.
09/11/2015
08/18/2014
09/09/2013
08/07/2012
08/18/2011

 

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

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