→ Signup for K-State Scholarship Network
The K-State Scholarship Network (KSN) is an online application portal that will connect you to additional scholarship opportunities beyond the department scholarships below. To receive a scholarship, a successful applicant will need to have registered on KSN
You will create a profile in the system that will help match you to specific scholarship opportunities provided by K-State donors and offered through university departments, potentially including your own academic college and/or department.
Questions about KSN and additional scholarships not specific to the Department of Art ones should be directed to:
Office of Student Financial Assistance
220 Anderson Hall
919 Mid-Campus Dr. North, Manhattan, KS 66506-0107
785-532-6420 | 785-532-7628 fax | email@example.com
Department of Art Scholarships
Undergraduate Scholarship Opportunities
A number of scholarship opportunities are available for current Art Department majors, incoming freshmen, and transfer students. All Art Department undergraduate majors are eligible to compete for funding. Current art majors who are enrolled in less than full-time will be considered for support in awards not limited to full-time status. Award categories include general Department of Art student awards, scholarships for students producing outstanding work in a specific concentration, and materials awards.
Scholarship for Incoming Freshman and Transfer Students
Scholarship for Current Undergraduate Students
Outside Art Scholarship Opportunities:
Additional Funding Resources:
K-State OURCI Travel and Research Grants
Graduate Scholarship Opportunities
Timothy R. Donoghue Scholarships
Outstanding graduate applicants of the United States (International students and Kansas State University students are NOT eligible) may be nominated for a Timothy R. Donoghue Scholarship. The department will select candidates and forward them to the Graduate School for consideration.
Graduate School Additional Funding Opportunities:
Graduate Fellowships & Scholarships at K-State