To be eligible for assistance from the Lattner Fund, students must meet the criteria described below and submit all requested application materials.Criteria: The purpose of this scholarship is to provide an opportunity for individuals to pursue an education in an area of healthcare including but not limited to the areas of pharmacy, laboratory, radiology, respiratory therapy, physical therapy, nursing, and applicable non-clinical healthcare fields.
All scholarship policies are governed by the regulations and policies of the NCAA and of the MIAA.
The NCAA's Guide to the College Bound (PDF) may be useful to individuals interested in participating in ESU athletics.
This does not include those moving to these counties for post-secondary educational purposes.
Visit the Jones Foundation website or contact their office at 620.342.1714 for more information Residents of Coffey, Lyon, or Osage counties in Kansas for 1 year or more at the time of their graduating from high school and who immediately enrolled in an institution of higher education in the fall semester following their graduation are eligible for this $1,000 voucher. Students must be enrolled full-time (12 or more hours) to receive the voucher.
Contact the Dean of The Teachers College for more information at 620.341.5367 or [email protected]
The application is currently closed The Emporia Connection is the official alumni chapter designed to strengthen ties between African American alumni, current and prospective ESU students and the University.
This program is administered by the Office of Financial Aid, Scholarships, & Veterans Services carry a minimum 3.0 GPA.
The scholarships are for those students who major in Journalism, Political Science or Communications.
Find applications and eligibility requirements on the KHERF Web site at