Kan. Admin. Regs. § 88-21-3 - Applicant eligibility

To be eligible for an ethnic minority scholarship offer, each applicant shall demonstrate to the executive director of the board that the applicant:

(a) Is a resident of the state of Kansas;
(b) is a member of an ethnic minority group;
(c) is initially accepted or enrolled at an eligible Kansas post-secondary institution;
(d) is an undergraduate who has never received a baccalaureate degree;
(e) has demonstrated scholastic ability through achievement of any one or more of the following:
(1) recognition by the national merit scholarship corporation as a finalist, semi-finalist, national achievement finalist, Hispanic scholar, or commended scholar;
(2) high school grade point average of 3.0 or higher, on a scale where an A equals 4.00, in the board of regents recommended high school curriculum;
(3) competitive performance on the ACT assessment;
(4) competitive performance on the SAT; or
(5) rank in upper one-third of high school graduating class;
(f) having received a Kansas ethnic minority scholarship and having completed the initial enrollment at an eligible post-secondary educational institution, has attained the academic standard of a cumulative 2.0 grade average for all post-secondary academic terms or semesters. The average shall be calculated on a 4.0 scale where an A equals four points;
(g) has financial need as determined by an analysis of information submitted on the current year's American College Testing Service Family Financial Statement, which is hereby adopted as the board's family financial statement;
(h) having received federal financial assistance, does not owe a refund on any federal financial assistance and is not in default on any such federal financial assistance; and
(i) has otherwise complied with the requirements of 34 C.F.R. 692.40(b), effective February 2, 1988, which is hereby adopted by reference.


Kan. Admin. Regs. § 88-21-3
Authorized by K.S.A. 1990 Supp. 74-3287; implementing K.S.A. 1990 Supp. 74-3285; effective Feb. 12, 1990; amended Dec. 14, 1992.

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