Kentucky Scholarships

Kentucky scholarships and financial aid for students are available for those applicants in the state of Kentucky and in order to know more about them the applicant requires getting in touch with the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority. For additional information about the types and the nature of the scholarships that are available you may refer to the following link:


Kentucky Scholarships


Names Of The Some Of The Popular Kentucky Scholarships

The following are some of the popular scholarships that are being offered to students in Kentucky:

1. Robert C. Byrd Scholarship

Objective: for undergraduate studies at 2 year and 4 year institutions in US.

Eligibility: The applicant must be in high school and he/she must be a US Citizen that resides in the state of Kentucky.

More Information: The applicant must have a recommendation from a school officer or a GED co-coordinator that also certifies the eligibility of the applicant.

More Information: The applicant must have a minimum GPA score of 3.5 and ACT of 23 or a minimum score of 1060 SAT or a score of 2700 GED.

Scholarship Amount: $1,500 each year

Number Of Scholarships: 350

Deadline For The Application:  February 1st


2. Kentucky Teacher Scholarship Program 

Objective Of The Scholarship: For Undergraduate and graduate Studies at accredited 2 and 4 year institutes the state

Eligibility Criteria For The Applicant: The applicant must be a resident of Kentucky and a citizen of the USA

More requirements: FAFSA and Proof of eligibility

Additional Requirements: The Applicant must register in the course of study that leads to the original Kentucky teacher certification and the scholarship that is granted becomes a loan if the student does not complete the full program to meet the teaching obligation.


Scholarship Amount: $ 300 to $ 5000


No of Scholarships : 600


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Early Childhood Development  Scholarship

Objective of The scholarship: for half time undergraduate studies at those accredited institutions that are  2 year and 4 year institutes in the US and designated institutions


Eligibility Criteria Of The Applicant: Applicant should be a state resident and a permanent resident of the US.


Additional Requirements: Applicants that have worked at least for 20 hours in child care are also eligible however they must be ready to commit to service


Scholarship Amount: $1,800


Number of Scholarships Available: 1050


Deadline For The Application: July 15th and November 15th


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Laura Blackburn Memorial Scholarship


Objective Of The Scholarship: For Undergraduate studies at post secondary institution

Eligibility Criteria of The Applicant: the applicant or the parent of the applicant must be a member of the American Legion Auxiliary. The applicant must be a high school senior and residing in Kentucky. The applicant should also be the descendant of a veteran or the dependent of a veteran during the Korean War, The Lebanon Conflict, World War 1 and World 2 , The Panama Conflict, The Vietnam War and the Persian Gulf War.

More Information: The applicant must render proof of eligibility when they apply for scholarships

Scholarship Amount: $1000

Deadline for the Application: March 1st



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