Closed
$500–$5,000
32 Award Winners
Application Open Date
4/1/2023
Application Deadline
6/30/2023
Eligible Grades
High School Senior – Graduate

KASF Midwestern Regional Chapter Scholarships

Funded by
Korean American Scholarship Foundation
Closed
$500–$5,000
32 Award Winners
Scholarship Open Date
4/1/2023
Scholarship Close Date
6/30/2023
Eligible Grades
High School Senior – Graduate

The Korean American Scholarship Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose aim is to assist Korean American students with their education and to nurture pride in the Korean cultural heritage. The Midwestern Regional Chapter is offering scholarships with values ranging from $500 to $5,000.

To apply for this scholarship, candidates need to have a Korean heritage (parents, grandparents, or great-grandparents) or be adopted from Korea. Students who are not Korean are only eligible to apply if they are descendants of the Korean War American veterans.

Students, who wish to apply, must be enrolled full-time in schools in the Midwestern region, which is composed of the states of Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Ohio, South Dakota, Missouri, and Wisconsin.

Scholarship Summary

The Korean American Scholarship Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose aim is to assist Korean American students with their education and to nurture pride in the Korean cultural heritage. The Midwestern Regional Chapter is offering scholarships with values ranging from $500 to $5,000.

To apply for this scholarship, candidates need to have a Korean heritage (parents, grandparents, or great-grandparents) or be adopted from Korea. Students who are not Korean are only eligible to apply if they are descendants of the Korean War American veterans.

Students, who wish to apply, must be enrolled full-time in schools in the Midwestern region, which is composed of the states of Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Ohio, South Dakota, Missouri, and Wisconsin.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Eligible Grade: High School Senior – Graduate
  • Maximum Age: Any
  • Required GPA: 3.0
  • Geographic Eligibility: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin
  • Gender: Any

Key Information of KASF Midwestern Regional Chapter Scholarships

Study Details

Area of Study

Any

Country of Study

United States

Specific Schools

Any

Application Requirements

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

  • Recommendation letters
  • Essay
  • Grade transcript
  • Financial Information

KASF Midwestern Regional Chapter Scholarships Timeline

April 2023

Application Opening Date

Applications open on April 1.

June 2023

Submission Deadline

The submission deadline is on June 30.

August 2023

Awards Announcement Date

Winners are announced in August.

How to ace the KASF Midwestern Regional Chapter Scholarships

1

Do community service

Take part in community service projects. Demonstrate your role and the impact you made on your community and/ or school. Such experience is of added value in your CV and this application.

2

Mind your grades

You need a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 to be eligible for this scholarship. So keep your grades up.

3

Demonstrate financial need

Most categories of this scholarship require proof of the financial need to consider the student eligible.

4

Focus on your talents

For high school seniors, who still don’t have an acceptance letter, the criteria will be special talents and achievements. Convince the judges why you are a good fit for this program.

How the KASF Midwestern Regional Chapter Scholarships is Judged

Students are judged based on an essay, financial need, scholastic achievement, and recommendations. Extracurricular activities and volunteer work are also important for selection.

Why We Love the KASF Midwestern Regional Chapter Scholarships

1

Different categories

Students only compete with other students from the same level.

2

Renewable scholarship

You can renew your scholarship for other academic years.

3

Many recipients

There are many recipients of the scholarship each year.

5 Facts About KASF Midwestern Regional Chapter Scholarships

01.

Divided into regions

The KASF divides its scholarships into seven regions.

02.

Founded in 1969

They have been assisting Korean descendants for over 50 years.

03.

Any major

Students from all majors are eligible to be accepted for the scholarship.

04.

U.S. residents

Applicants must be current or future American residents.

05.

Current non-students

Those who are still not students but have an acceptance or commitment letter are also eligible to apply.