The Midwest Student Exchange Program (MSEP), previously only available for select academic programs, is now applicable to all majors of study at K-State for eligible students entering K-State in fall 2019.
The MSEP will reduce tuition by as much as $10,500 per year and will be equal to 150 percent of the in-state tuition rate. Additionally, all students who qualify for the MSEP will also be awarded the MSEP Enhancement Scholarship of $2,500 per year over four years ($10,000 total). For initial eligibility, the MSEP requires that students have a minimum 3.5 high school GPA and a 24 ACT or 1160 SAT.
Visit the Midwest Student Exchange Program website for more information.
Are you looking for a captivating and meaningful way to spend your summer? Join Duke University for their summer session and get a taste of life on a college campus.
By attending one of these programs, you will prepare for college by delving deeper into intellectually stimulating courses of interest, which may even include the opportunity to accompany your college application with a letter of recommendation from a Duke instructor. In addition to challenging yourself academically, you will engage with a diverse group of peers, exposing you to different cultures and expanding your future network. Not to mention, you will leave with a lifetime of memories!
Interested in learning more about these programs? Visit their website, and be sure to mark your calendars for December 3rd, 2018 when our applications open!
DAR Scholarships provide the means to help students receive a higher education. In 2019-2019, $273,000 was awarded. Scholarships are now available in the areas of history, political science, government, economics, business, nursing, occupational/physical therapy, medical, law, English, science, math, chemistry, music, horticulture, elementary and secondary teaching. All 26-scholarship applications are submitted electronically via e-mail to the National Vice Chairman in charge of the specific scholarship. The email address for each scholarship is located on public websites and on the top of each of the scholarship’s application form.
General Scholarship Information
All applicants must be citizens of the United States and must attend or plan to attend an accredited college or university in the United States. DAR chapter sponsorship is not required; however, a chapter or state chairman may work with the applicant to put the information together to send to the DAR Scholarship Committee.
CLICK HERE to learn more about the individual scholarships being offered.
To apply, click the DAR Scholarship Committee website pages below to download the necessary application forms:
https://www.dar.org/national-society/scholarships (DAR Scholarship Committee’s page)
https://www.dar.org/national-society/scholarships/scholarships-qa (Scholarship Frequently Asked Questions)
Scholarship applications must be emailed by February 15, 2019, at midnight (EST).
The holidays are a time to celebrate with those who make our lives better. If you or someone you know would benefit from a little extra help celebrating this year, there are many programs and resources available in the Lincoln area.
Please CLICK HERE for an overview of these programs, or connect with your LSW school counselor to learn more.
You are invited to attend a free Biotechnology Discovery Dinner at Southeast Community College!
The event is generously sponsored by Neogen Geneseek, on Tuesday, November 13 at 6:30 pm. in the Synergy Space at The Career Academy (8800 O Street, Lincoln NE 68520).
At this event you will be able to learn about the amazing science happening right here in Lincoln and surrounding areas, along with the fastest route to getting a job in the science/biotechnology industry. Please RSVP and send any questions to Misty Wehling, SCC Biotechnology Instructor, at email@example.com or call 402-437-2846.
CLICK HERE to learn more about SCC’s biotechnology focus area!
Mark you calendars now! The 2019 Institute will be held on Monday, March 4, 2019! The paper submission deadline is February 5, 2019.
The World Food Prize works to engage and inspire high school students to pursue future careers and educational pathways in STEM as it relates to agriculture and global food security. We work to identify motivated students, encourage them to pursue a higher degree, and expose them to aspects of food security in hopes it will become their next passion! Each year during the Nebraska Youth Institute, students come together at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln to present their research, connect with like-minded students from around the state, and meet with researchers, global leaders, and professors at their land grant university. Students who attend the Nebraska Youth Institute also earn a $500 scholarship from the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources each year they participate.
Former participants have shown interests in international affairs, STEM research, government and politics, and agriculture to name a few. However, the World Food Prize Nebraska Youth Institute is open to all students, no matter their area of interest.
Check out their website for more information!