Kentucky State University Mathematics and Sciences (MASC) Scholarship Application

New and continuing KSU students, as well as transfer students, are eligible to apply for the MASC (Math and Sciences) scholarship if they have declared a major listed within this application. Continuing and entering students must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.75 (on a 4.0 scale) to be considered for the award.

Please note: The amount of the MASC scholarship may be up to $2000-3000 per year and depends on the student's academic performance in previous course work and number of college-level credits (excludes developmental coursework). Up to $2000 a year may be awarded to Mathematics and Sciences majors with 0-59 college credits (excluding developmental coursework) and up to $3000 a year may be awarded to Mathematics and Science majors with 60 or more college credits (excluding developmental coursework). Scholarships are not automatically renewed; they must be applied for each year. Contact the divisional chairperson for further information at Fariba.Bigdeli-Jahed@kysu.edu.

If you are unable to submit this form electronically, please print out the completed form and mail or submit in person to:
Dr. Fariba Bigdeli-Jahed
Carver Hall Room 132
Kentucky State University
400 E. Main Street
Frankfort, KY 40601
Phone (502-597-6603)
Fax (502-597-6826)

Please ensure that all KSU admission documents (FAFSA, KSU admission application, ACT or SAT scores, transcripts) have been submitted.

Application Deadline: May 15 annually

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