Maj. Gen. Vincent Brooks, 1st Inf. Div. and Fort Riley commanding general, far left, poses for a picture with Fort Riley Combined Scholarship award winners during an award ceremony for students and spouses April 26 at the 1st Inf. Div. headquarters. Awardees from left to right, are Jennifer Cuington, Amanda Lax, Kylie Martin, Kiara Ocasio, Makenna Kelly, Joshua Cox and Elizabeth Petite. Dr. Briana Nelson-Goff, director of the K-State Institute for Health and Security of Military Families, far ri
K-STATE/FORT RILEY PARTNERSHIPSCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
The K-State/Fort Riley Partnership Scholarship Program is an incredible program available to our military high school senior applicants. This program provides additional, partial scholarships, which are funded solely by K-State for attendance at K-State and are merit based. High school senior applicants interested in attending Kansas State University and competing for a Partnership Scholarship, may do so by simply filling out & signing the K-State/Fort Riley Partnership Scholarship Program agreement within the CSF application.
Additional information: Parental/legal guardian signatures are also required. Choosing to compete does not preclude competing for a CSF scholarship. No fees are involved in this process. No additional forms are required. The CSF will provide K-State with the applicant’s academic information for the purposes of determining scholarship eligibility. The CSF will notify all applicants about the final status of their consideration for a Fort Riley/K-State Partnership Scholarship. Winners are chosen by K-State. Scholarships are awarded at the May CSF Awards Ceremony.
In May of 2021, the Combined Scholarship Fund of Greater Fort Riley, Inc. awarded 19 recipients scholarships totaling $31,250. Thank you to our community donors who made the year such a success.
In May of 2019, the Combined Scholarship Fund of Greater Fort Riley, Inc. awarded 19 scholarships totaling $36,250. Thank you to our community donors who made the year such a success!