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Study for FREE with the Kansas Promise Scholarship!

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The Kansas Promise Act, passed April 2021, allows Kansas residents the opportunity to earn scholarship dollars for select Cowley Programs at no cost to eligible students beginning in August 2021.

New and renewal applications are available online at Recipients must meet state of Kansas requirements and follow the below application process:

Steps to Enroll:

  1. Complete the Cowley College Admissions Application.
  2. Complete the FAFSA. This is required as part of the process. Be sure to select the correct academic year and use the Cowley Federal School Code: 001902. For assistance with Financial Aid, contact 620-441-5304 or
  3. Contact an Admissions Specialist at 620-441-303 or to enroll in one of the select Cowley College-Kansas Promise Programs. Be sure to mention that you are interested in this specific program!
  4. Complete the Kansas Promise application online at You will be contacted by the Cowley Financial Aid Office once your Kansas Promise Scholarship Application has been processed to be updated on your approval status.
  5. Enter into a Kansas Promise Scholarship agreement. Qualified recipient scholarship requirements will be provided by the Kansas Board of Regents.

Application Deadlines:

  • Fall 2022 — December, 1, 2022
  • Spring 2023 — April, 1, 2023
  • Summer 2023 — June, 1, 2023

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Eligible Cowley Program Categories*

  • Advanced Manufacturing & Construction/Building Trades
  • Early Childhood Education & Development
  • Fire Science and EMT Pathways
  • Healthcare – Physical & Mental Health
  • Information Technology & Security Programs
  • Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security Programs

*For a complete list of programs and coursework, visit the Kansas Promise Act Academics page.

More information for Summer, Fall, and Spring

Additional information at about the Kansas Promise Scholarship

Student Eligibility Details:

  • Must be enrolled in six (6) credits hours or more.
  • Must be a U.S. citizen and Kansas resident.
  • Plan to Live AND Work in Kansas for 2 years after degree completion.
  • Kansas resident who has graduated from an accredited Kansas public/private school or Kansas homeschool in the preceding 12 months. OR
  • Has been a Kansas resident for at least 3 consecutive years. OR
  • Dependent of a military service member permanently stationed in another state and who, within the preceding 12-months, graduated from any out-of-state secondary school or obtained a high school equivalency certificate.

Have more questions?
Contact an Admissions Representative at 800-593-2222 or Request More Information.