MANHATTAN — Eighty-four students attending Kansas State University Online received scholarships this summer semester, nearly double the number of students who received scholarships in summer 2019. The scholarships ranged from $600 to $1,500 each and totaled $49,400.
K-State Global Campus, which oversees K-State Online, works hard to offer scholarships to its online students, who are predominately adults attending classes part time while balancing work and family responsibilities. The scholarships are available to both part-time and full-time students to provide more individuals the opportunity to earn a degree at their own pace.
Kelci Hall, senior in human development and family science, Ellinwood, received K-State Global Campus Dean’s Merit Scholarship for Distance Education Students.