See also Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Scholarship.
The division of Mathematics and Sciences awards grade-based scholarships for new and continuing students majoring in applied mathematics (pre-engineering), biology (with or without a teacher certification), chemistry, clinical laboratory sciences, and mathematics (with or without a teacher certification).
Students must major in one of the degree programs offered through the division of mathematics and sciences, must be full-time (with a minimum of 12 semester credit hours each semester), and must have a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or better. Additional requirements are stated on the application form for this scholarship.
Value of Award
$400 - $1,300 per semester
Selection Procedure and Notification
Students must apply for the Mathematics and Sciences Scholarships using an application form available from the division of Mathematics and Sciences. The amount of the scholarship depends on the student's cumulative grade-point average, total hours earned, and credit hours earned in math and science courses taken at Kentucky State University. Applicants are ranked by grade-point average, and scholarships are allocated accordingly until available funds are expended. Once the selections process is complete, applicants are notified by mail by the division of mathematics and Sciences.
Applications must be filed each semester with the chairperson of the Division of Mathematics and Sciences. Applications for scholarships must be returned by the last day of classes each semester.
Renewal of Awards
Mathematics and Sciences scholarships are potentially renewable each semester. The award of a scholarship for one semester does not guarantee renewal for subsequent semesters. Students must apply for the scholarships each semester. Each semester, awards are based on the academic ranking of the entire pool of applicants.
Division of Mathematics and Sciences Scholarship Application
Transportation Cabinet Civil Engineering Scholarship Program
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will award scholarships to Kentucky high school graduates who wish to pursue a degree in civil engineering through Kentucky State University's double degree engineering program with the University of Kentucky.
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Civil Engineering Scholarship Website
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Civil Engineering Scholarship Application