UCM Kansas Grant
It's okay to think outside of state lines when it comes to choosing your education. The University of Central Missouri's Kansas Grant program, beginning for students entering fall semester 2012, makes it possible to be a resident in Kansas and a student in Missouri. The Kansas Grant, formerly known as Stateline Grant, allows fully admitted students whose permanent residence is in one of 15 Kansas counties to pay the equivalent of Missouri tuition and fees for all classes taught on the main campus in Warrensburg.
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Kansas counties included in the Kansas Grant program are:
*Counties part of the Kansas grant, but not the Stateline grant
To apply, simply submit your application for admission and be sure to indicate your permanent county of residence. Upon receiving the Kansas Grant, you will be automatically considered for renewal, as long as your legal residence continues to be one of the 15 participating Kansas counties.
For more information about the Kansas Grant program, undergraduate students may contact the UCM Office of Student Financial Services. Graduate students should contact the Office of the Graduate School.
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