Cohen Honors College Scholarships
Cohen Enhancement Scholarships
A generous gift from Dorothy and Bill Cohen allows the Honors College to fulfill its mission of joining knowledge and innovation to grow visionaries. Cohen Enhancement Scholarships of up to $4000 support current Honors students in good standing in activities such as study abroad, unpaid internships, national conferences, undergraduate research or service learning. Complete the application form and submit to the Honors College to be considered for Cohen Enhancement funds.
To view a list of activities Honors students and faculty have participated in during the 2016-2017 academic year, click here.
National Scholarships and Fellowships
The Cohen Honors College advises students applying for competitive National Scholarships such as the Rhodes, Truman and Fulbright. Read through the general information sheet and make an appointment with the Cohen Honors College to talk about your application.
Scholarships for Incoming First-Year Students
The Honors College Merit Scholarship awards $500 a year for up to four years to incoming first-year students who are admitted to Wichita State University and are accepted to the Cohen Honors College by the December 1st Priority Date for consideration. After December 1st, merit scholarships will be awarded when funds are available.
To apply for the Cohen Honors College Merit Scholarship, students must submit the WSU Admissions online application and complete the Cohen Honors College online application (select fall).
The Lenora McGregor Endowed Scholarship awards up to $26,000 for up to four years of study to an incoming first-year student who has demonstrated academic excellence in the past, has an academic vision for the future, and who expresses an interest in advancing knowledge through individual learning.
To apply for the McGregor Scholarship, students must be admitted to WSU by October 15th and submit the Universal Scholarship Application and Cohen Honors College online application by November 1st.
The Koch Scholars scholarships award up to $30,000 (in-state) or $60,000 (out-of-state) for up to four years of study to incoming freshmen students pursuing degrees in Engineering or Business, with preference given to those students declaring a major in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Accounting, Economics, Finance, Human Resources or Management Information Systems.
To apply for the Koch Scholars Program, students must be admitted to WSU by October 15th and submit the Universal Scholarship Application and Cohen Honors College online application by November 1st.
Koch Scholars must remain in good standing in the Cohen Honors College and participate in 3-4 Koch Scholars events or workshops organized by Honors each academic year. Koch Scholars are expected to live in the residence halls their freshman year.
Koch Scholars Program Activities
Scholars’ Fall Picnic – for incoming and current Scholars and Honors faculty
Scholars and Mentors Brunch – for graduating seniors
Community Service opportunities organized by students
Leadership: students may attend leadership workshops on campus and have the option of pursuing the Honors leadership track
Mentors: students are expected to apply to shadow or intern with representatives from the company
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Renewal requirements for the Honors College Merit, Koch and McGregor Scholarships
To remain in good standing in the Honors College you must:
Maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.25 and complete at least 3 Honors credits each year
Enroll in and successfully complete at least 12 credit hours each semester (fall and spring)
NOTE: If students have fewer than 24 hours remaining in their degree program, enrollment exceptions may be granted on an individual review based on a written request.
For more information, contact:
Dorothy and Bill Cohen Honors College
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