Loans and Scholarships
Thanks to the Kellogg Company for the Endowed Scholarship in Agriculture. The endowment will provide a scholarship each year to a student in Food Science or Grain Science at Kansas State University.
A special thanks goes to Ray Thackery, a K-State alum, for championing the endowment process. Ray is pictured below being thanked by Curtis Kastner, Director of the Food Science Institute. Also, pictured is Ray along with other K-State alums as well as Kellogg's employees. Just to Ray's right is Margaret Bath, Vice President of Kellogg's Research, Quality, and Technology team. Again, a BIG thanks for Kellogg's support of our programs and students at Kansas State University!
We would also like to thank the W.K. Kellogg Institute for their additional funding for general Food Science Institute student and program support.
Pictured left to right: D'Anne Hayman, Grace Lai, Dave Harder, Margaret Bath, Phil Ham, Ray Thackery, Dave Ryke, Emily Bonwell, and Sudanshu Banala.
These K-State alums represent less than half of the K-State alums employed at Kellogg's in Battle Creek.
Check out the many scholarships available from other organizations!
K-State Financial Aid
K-State's Office of Student Financial Assistance distributes more than $150 million annually in federal, state, university, and private aid.
Applying for and receiving financial aid is a complex process. It takes time, patience, and effort to understand and meet deadlines. Planning ahead and following the necessary steps in the application process will get your educational investment off to a successful start.
It's worth the effort. Seven out of 10 K-Staters receive financial assistance in the form of scholarships, grants, loans, or work study.