Honors Community Advocates Graduate School Assistance Award

The Honors Community Advocates and the University Honors Program are partnering to provide a special opportunity award for students in need of financial assistance with graduate school application costs (e.g., test preparation, test fees, or application fees). Special consideration will be given to students a strong record of involvement in the University Honors Program. All Honors students pursuing post-graduate study in any field are eligible to apply below.

Applications for Spring 2022 are open through 11:59pm Wednesday, April 20th, 2022.  
Please enter your 7 digit KU ID.
Please list all majors and minors you are pursuing.

Please answer the four short-essay questions below. Each response should be 250 words or less.

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Please select the option(s) that most accurately reflects your need for graduate school assistance.

*If you are seeking financial assistance for the LSAT, please instead consider applying for the James Dean Surface Award via the Honors Opportunity Award applicationThe James Dean Surface Award specially supports KU Honors students with assistance in LSAT preparations.

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9 to 1: Average ratio of KU honors students to faculty advisors
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