The purpose of the KASP Minority Graduate Student
Scholarship is to support the graduate training of promising school psychology
students in the state of Kansas.
Two students will be awarded $500 per year each fall. Students are eligible to
reapply for a second year of funding.
Applications are due by September
15th of each year. Notification of awards will be made by
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.