Kansas's first Apply Free Days will be held Nov. 7-9 for Kansas residents.
During these three days, any Kansas resident, regardless of age or income, can apply for free at any of Kansas’ seven public universities, 19 community colleges, six technical colleges and 21 private member institutions of the Kansas Independent College Association.
Eligible programs include general applications, certificate programs, associate degree programs and bachelor's degree programs. (Graduate programs or other mid-degree applications will not qualify.)
All institutions will still have application fee waivers available during the entire year for students who qualify for financial hardship. Those forms will not be required during the Apply Free window. (Remember: Kansas community colleges, Pittsburg State University, Washburn University and many of Kansas’ private institutions never have general application fees. They are free to apply to every day.
Visit the new Apply Free Days website for more information, frequently asked questions and graphics you can share with your school district and community.
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