Financial Assistance for Quality Education with Allen!
Kansas Promise Scholarships are available to Allen students starting with the Fall 2021 semester. This Promise Scholarship covers the cost of tuition, fees, book rental, and required course materials not covered by other scholarships and grants.
Funds are limited, APPLY NOW!
Any Allen student may be eligible for the Promise Scholarship if they
- Are a Kansas resident
- Are enrolled in six credit hours or more
- Plan to live and work in Kansas for two years upon completion of degree/certificate
- Have graduated from an accredited Kansas public or private secondary school (including Kansas homeschool), or obtained a high school equivalency certificate within the preceding 12 months
- Are 21 years of age or older while having been a resident of Kansas for a minimum of 3 consecutive years
- Are a dependent of a military servicemember permanently stationed in another state and have graduated from an out-of-state secondary school or obtained a high school equivalency certificate within the preceding 12 months.
Promise Scholarship Process
- Complete the Allen Admissions Application
- Complete the Kansas Promise Scholarship Application and submit to Financial Aid Documents Upload.
- Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the academic year in which you are applying to receive the Kansas Promise Scholarship. This step is required even if you don’t receive any federal grants or take any federal loans. Remember to use the Allen FAFSA School Code: 001901
- Enroll in one of the eligible programs listed on this page.
- Complete the Kansas Promise Scholarship Counseling Form and Kansas Promise Scholarship Agreement and submit to Financial Aid Documents Upload. Electronic signature of any kind (including those created via digital pen pad and cursive or script type-fonts) will NOT be accepted on the Agreement form. Kansas Promise Scholarship Agreement forms submitted without signature will NOT be accepted. These agreements outline the requirements of the scholarship, including the requirement to live and work in Kansas for two years upon completion of degree/certificate.