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Financial Aid

The KU School of Pharmacy, in cooperation with the KU Financial Aid & Scholarships office, offers a limited amount of financial assistance to current and incoming students. Students are encouraged to also explore financial aid options through KU Financial Aid & Scholarships.

To apply for financial aid at the KU School of Pharmacy:

You must have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) filed online at fafsa.ed.gov». International students must fill out an International Student Needs Analysis Worksheet, found on the University of Kansas Financial Aid & Scholarships website.

You must be admitted to the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy, be a full-time student, and have and maintain a GPA of at least 2.5.

You must complete the entire application form and submit it electronically. You will have an opportunity to print your application after you submit it. If you need to make changes to your application, you should email Diane Massey (dmassey@ku.edu) or call her at 785-864-3593. You must initial each form.

You must submit your application by the deadline of April 10, 2017 for current students and May 1, 2017 for newly admitted students.

School of Pharmacy - Financial Aid Application

NOTE: Awards are made for a full academic year, with 50 percent of the award applied to the fall semester and 50 percent of the award applied to the spring semester. Those who receive funds from an scholarship endowed by a benefactor will be required to send a thank you letter to the benefactor and provide a copy of that letter to the KU School of Pharmacy Dean’s Office.

For more information or if you have any questions, email Diane Massey (dmassey@ku.edu) or call her at 785-864-3593.

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