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Kane Family Foundation Scholarship 2019-2020
The Kane scholarship is a form of financial help awarded students by the Kane Family Foundation for their tuition fees in the university.
The scholarship covers full tuition and other fees and it is available for students who are eligible for in-state tuition and are going to attend one of the participating schools and are going to maintain their eligibility for the scholarship throughout their studies in the university.
Official scholarship website http://kanefamilyfoundation.org/
Worth of Award
The Kane Family Foundation scholarship covers the full cost of the beneficiaries’ tuition, their books, and other supplementary mandatory fees.
Scholarship available for:
The Kane Family Foundation scholarship is available for two groups of students. One is for the first cycle degree ie. Bachelor’s degree and the second is for associate degrees.
Duration of scholarship:
Bachelor’s degree: The Kane Family Foundation scholarship is available for a period of four years for the bachelor’s degree, provided the beneficiaries maintain their eligibility for the scholarship within the four years.
Associate degree: the Kane Family Foundation scholarship is available for a period of two years for the associate degree, provided the beneficiaries maintain their eligibility for the scholarship within the two years.
October 15th, every year.
The schools participating in the Kane Family Foundation Scholarship scheme are the schools to which the scholarships are accepted at. Some of these Kane Family Foundation Scholarships are awarded directly by the participating schools.
The schools participating in the Kane Family Foundation Scholarship scheme are:
- University of Colorado, Colorado Springs.
- Colorado state university, Pueblo
- Pikes Peak Community College.
Applications are made directly to the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, Colorado state university, Pueblo or Pikes Peak Community College depending on the school the student is applying to.
Kane: Family Foundation Merit University Connection Scholarships:
University Connection Scholarships: the Kane Family Foundation university scholarships are available on merit for students who wish to complete a four – year bachelor’s degree program at any of the participating community college or junior college for two years and then attending either the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, Colorado state university, Pueblo for two years.
The scholarship takes care of the tuition of the students and other supplementary compulsory fees. To apply, the student needs to apply directly to the participating community colleges or junior colleges.
The list of schools participating in the Kane Family Foundation Merit University Connection Scholarship Scheme are:
- University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
- Colorado state university, Pueblo
Kane Family Foundation Merit Two- Year Scholarships:
The Kane Family Foundation two – year scholarships are available for students who wish to complete an associate degree at any of the participating schools.
The scholarship scheme takes care of full tuition and other supplementary compulsory fees. To apply, the student needs to apply directly to the participating schools.
The list of schools participating in the Kane Family Foundation Merit Two – Year Scholarship Scheme are:
- Pueblo Community College
- Otero Junior College
- Lamar Community College
- Trinidad State College
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For more information and to apply, call (800) 221-9393. The scholarship is accepted at Harvard University and application is made at the school.