The purpose of the KASP Diversity Graduate Student Scholarship is to support the graduate training of promising school psychology
students in the state of Kansas.
Two students will be awarded $1000 per year each fall. Students are eligible to
reapply for a second year of funding.
Applications are due by September 1st of each year. Notification of awards will be made by Fall Convention.
To be eligible for the scholarship, students must meet the
- Be a full-time or
part-time minority student
- Be a potential student,
enrolled in, or accepted into, a graduate program in School Psychology in Kansas
- If enrolled in a program,
be in good academic standing
- Be a member of KASP, or
become a member of KASP at the time
of submission of the application
Scholarship winners will be selected be a committee of KASP
board members. Selection criteria used by the committee may include previous
academic performance, financial need, potential for a career in school
psychology, and quality of the application essay.