Kansas Teacher Service Scholarship

$5,830Award Amount
1Number of Awards
5/1/2023Submission Deadline

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This Kansas Teacher Service Scholarship program offers financial aid to students enrolled in bachelor’s or master’s degree programs, as well as to currently certified teachers seeking master’s degrees in disciplines with a shortage of qualified candidates, or to either group planning to teach (K–12) in an underserved area of Kansas.

The FAFSA must be filled out by applicants. Recipients must complete one year of teaching for every year their scholarship was funded in order to fulfill their service requirement.
Until the beneficiary has finished the degree program for which they were given funding, the teaching service is not counted.

The Kansas Teacher Service Scholarship was created to address the state of Kansas’s demand for qualified teachers in underserved areas and fields with a shortage of candidates.

Key Information of Kansas Teacher Service Scholarship

Study Details

Area of Study

Education

Country of Study

United States

Specific Schools

Any

Scholarship Details

Intended Level of Study

  • Undergraduate
  • Postgraduate

Award Amount

$5,830

Number of Awards

1

Kansas Teacher Service Scholarship Timeline

January 2023

Application Opening Date

Applications open on January 1.

May 1, 2023

Submission Deadline

The submission deadline is on May 1.

Scholarship Eligibility

To be eligible to apply, applicants must meet the following criteria.

  • Eligible Grade: Undergraduate – Postgraduate
  • Maximum Age: Any
  • Required GPA: 3.5
  • Geographic Eligibility: Kansas
  • Gender: Any
  • Race/Ethnicity: Any

Application Requirements

Here’s what you need to submits besides your application.

  • Recommendation letters
  • Grade transcript
  • Essay
  • Financial Information

How to ace the Kansas Teacher Service Scholarship

1

Intend to enroll/be enrolled in teaching program

The applicant must be a resident of Kansas, enrolled in a Kansas higher education institution, and pursuing teacher licensure in a designated hard-to-fill subject area or underserved geographic location.

2

Complete State of Kansas Student Aid Application

You should submit a KSAA and an online FAFSA application in addition to the scholarship application as a candidate.

3

Cultivate academic excellence

Ensure your grade point averages add up to 3.5. You shall be required to submit official college transcripts from all schools where you’ve completed coursework.

4

Stand out and develop your work to be unique

Send in a one-page personal statement essay outlining your academic and teaching objectives, as well as your commitment to teaching in a niche subject or neglected region. Send a copy of your teaching license or certificate if you are a practicing teacher.

How the Kansas Teacher Service Scholarship is Judged

The scholarship recipient is selected based on recommendation letters, grade transcripts, essay and financial reports.

Why We Love the Kansas Teacher Service Scholarship

1

The scholarship is renewable

Each academic year, candidates must complete the FAFSA and the State of Kansas Student Aid Application, by the May 1 priority deadline. Annual renewals do not submit new supporting documentation.

2

Both financial- and merit-based

This is a merit-based scholarship and your cumulative college GPA factors largely into the awarding decision so applicants have at least one advantage of the two.

3

Kansas Teacher Service Scholarship dedication to education

The Teacher Service programs help to financially support college students’ academic goals while fostering a positive transition and encouraging teachers into the teaching field.

5 Facts About Teacher Service Scholarship

01.

For undergraduate and graduate level

The Kansas Teacher Service Scholarship is meant for students pursuing bachelor’s or master’s degree programs.

02.

It is based only in Kansas

Applicants are specifically Kansas residents or already licensed teachers in Kansas.

03.

Defaulters are subject to scholarship repayment

Recipients, who are unable to fulfill the service requirement, will be required to repay the full amount of the scholarship they received, plus interest that has accrued since the scholarship's initial disbursement.

04.

Only education field of study

The scholarship is viable for interested candidates in the education and teaching field.

05.

Scholarship recipients sign promissory notes

Recipients will sign a contract/promissory note with the State of Kansas committing them to complete the necessary coursework leading to licensure and full endorsement in a field of education.

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