Parkville Scholarships

FRESHMAN ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS 2021-2022

These scholarship awards are for high school graduates planning to attend Park University as a First Time Freshman in August of the upcoming academic school year. Review the details for eligibility of each scholarship.

The awarding review process begins upon receipt of the student’s Application for Admission and sixth-semester high school transcript through November 4.

The number of awards vary per scholarship. Awardees must maintain full-time enrollment. Academic scholarships cannot be combined with other Park University scholarships and grants. The highest award will be applied.

PARK UNIVERSITY FOUNDERS SCHOLARSHIP

Award Amount: $3,500.00 annually

The Park University Founders Scholarship is awarded to incoming freshmen who meet or exceed the stated eligibility criteria

3.5 or higher cumulative GPA

Awardees will demonstrate a commitment to Park’s Core Values: Accountability, Civility and Respect, Excellence, Global Citizenship, Inclusivity, and Integrity.

Awardees Must Maintain Full-Time Enrollment

Number of awards varies

PARK UNIVERSITY HUNDLEY-VOLKER SCHOLARSHIP

Award Amount: $2,500.00 annually

The Park University Hundley-Volker Scholarship is awarded to incoming freshmen who meet or exceed the stated eligibility criteria

3.25 or higher cumulative GPA

Awardees will demonstrate a commitment to Park’s Core Values: Accountability, Civility and Respect, Excellence, Global Citizenship, Inclusivity, and Integrity.

Awardees Must Maintain Full-Time Enrollment

Number of awards varies

PARK UNIVERSITY A+ RECOGNITION SCHOLARSHIP

Award Amount: $5,000.00 annually

The Park University A+ Recognition Scholarship is awarded to incoming freshmen who meet or exceed the stated eligibility criteria

Awardee must have participated an A+ Program in High School

Letter of eligibility from high school counselor required

3.25 or higher cumulative GPA

Awardees will demonstrate a commitment to Park’s Core Values: Accountability, Civility and Respect, Excellence, Global Citizenship, Inclusivity, and Integrity.

Awardees Must Maintain Full-Time Enrollment

Number of awards varies

PARK UNIVERSITY MARVIN BROOKS SCHOLARSHIP

Award Amount: $2,000.00 annually

The Marvin Brooks Scholarship is awarded to incoming freshmen who embody the life and legacy of Marvin Brooks, who is Park University’s first African American graduate.

Like Marvin Brooks, candidates must represent and recognize the importance of diversity and inclusion, and be dedicated to broadening the understanding of the value of diversity and inclusion for academic pursuits. In our commitment to achieve a strong and diverse student body, awardees are representative of this initiative.

2.75 or higher cumulative GPA

Awardees will demonstrate a commitment to Park’s Core Values: Accountability, Civility and Respect, Excellence, Global Citizenship, Inclusivity, and Integrity.

Priority Criteria: First-generation college students and membership in a racial or ethnic minority group that is underrepresented in relation to the University’s goal to achieve education benefits of a diverse student body. Local area applicants are given primary consideration in the selection process.

Awardees Must Maintain Full-Time Enrollment

Number of awards varies

PARK UNIVERSITY MERIT SCHOLARSHIP

The Park University Merit Scholarship assists incoming students who demonstrate considerable financial need.

Awardees must show a commitment to complete their higher education at Park University. Awardees will demonstrate a commitment to Park’s Core Values: Accountability, Civility & Respect, Excellence, Global Citizenship, Inclusivity, and Integrity.

2.75-3.24 cumulative GPA

FAFSA Completed – must demonstrate considerable financial need

Awardees will demonstrate a commitment to Park’s Core Values: Accountability, Civility and Respect, Excellence, Global Citizenship, Inclusivity, and Integrity.

Priority Criteria: First-generation college students and local area applicants are given primary consideration in the selection process.

Awardees Must Maintain Full-Time Enrollment

Number of awards varies

PARK UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC OPPORTUNITY SCHOLARSHIP

Award Amount: $500.00 annually

The Park University Academic Opportunity Scholarship is awarded to incoming students who demonstrate a commitment to complete their higher education at Park University through their hard work and academic merit.

Awardees are required to participate in a variety of services provided by Park University such as tutoring, academic support and other academic success programs offered at Park as recommended by their student success coach and faculty advisor.

Awardees must demonstrate a commitment to Park’s Core Values:

Accountability, Civility & Respect, Excellence, Global Citizenship, Inclusivity, and Integrity

2.49-3.24 cumulative GPA

Letter of recommendation from a previous instructor or guidance counselor

Awardees will demonstrate a commitment to Park’s Core Values: Accountability, Civility and Respect, Excellence, Global Citizenship, Inclusivity, and Integrity.

Priority Criteria: First-generation college students and local area applicants are given primary consideration in the selection process.

Awardees Must Maintain Full-Time Enrollment

Number of awards varies

TRANSFER ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS 2021-2022

Scholarship awards for students who have previously earned a minimum 24 transferable college credit hours from an accredited U.S. institution, or a foreign institution whose primary language of instruction is English. Transfer students must complete the Application for Admission and submit current official transcripts in order to be considered. The number of awards vary per scholarship. Awardees must maintain full-time enrollment. Academic scholarships cannot be combined with other Park University scholarships and grants. The highest award will be applied.

PARK UNIVERSITY FOUNDERS TRANSFER SCHOLARSHIP

Award Amount: $3,500.00 annually

The Park University Founders Transfer Scholarship is awarded to incoming transfer students who meet or exceed the stated eligibility criteria

3.5 or higher cumulative GPA

Awardees will demonstrate a commitment to Park’s Core Values: Accountability, Civility and Respect, Excellence, Global Citizenship, Inclusivity, and Integrity.

Awardees Must Maintain Full-Time Enrollment

Number of awards varies

PARK UNIVERSITY PHI THETA KAPPA RECOGNITION SCHOLARSHIP

Award Amount: $2,000.00 annually

The Park University Phi Theta Kappa Recognition Scholarship is awarded to incoming transfer students who meet or exceed the stated eligibility criteria

3.0 or higher cumulative GPA

Completion of Associate Degree from an accredited institution (AA, AAS, AAB, AAT or AS)

Letter of reference from PTK adviser or proof of membership if not indicated on official transcript

Awardees will demonstrate a commitment to Park’s Core Values: Accountability, Civility and Respect, Excellence, Global Citizenship, Inclusivity, and Integrity.

Awardees Must Maintain Full-Time Enrollment

Number of awards varies

PARK UNIVERSITY HUNDLEY-VOLKER TRANSFER SCHOLARSHIP

Award Amount: $2,500.00 annually

The Park University Hundley-Volker Transfer Scholarship is awarded to incoming transfer students who meet or exceed the stated eligibility criteria

3.25 or higher cumulative GPA

Awardees will demonstrate a commitment to Park’s Core Values: Accountability, Civility and Respect, Excellence, Global Citizenship, Inclusivity, and Integrity.

Awardees Must Maintain Full-Time Enrollment

Number of awards varies

PARK UNIVERSITY A+ RECOGNITION TRANSFER SCHOLARSHIP

Award Amount: $2,000.00 annually

The Park University A+ Recognition Transfer Scholarship is awarded to incoming transfer students who meet or exceed the stated eligibility criteria

Awardee must have participated in an A+ Program in High School

Letter of eligibility from guidance counselor required

3.0 or higher cumulative GPA

Completion of Associate Degree from an accredited institution (AA, AAS, AAB, AAT or AS)

Awardees will demonstrate a commitment to Park’s Core Values: Accountability, Civility and Respect, Excellence, Global Citizenship, Inclusivity, and Integrity.

Awardees Must Maintain Full-Time Enrollment

Number of awards varies

PARK UNIVERSITY MARVIN BROOKS TRANSFER SCHOLARSHIP

Award Amount: $2,000.00 annually

The Marvin Brooks Transfer Scholarship is awarded to incoming transfer students who embody the life and legacy of Marvin Brooks, who is Park University’s first African American graduate.

Like Marvin Brooks, candidates must represent and recognize the importance of diversity and inclusion, and be dedicated to broadening the understanding of the value of diversity and inclusion for academic pursuits. In our commitment to achieve a strong and diverse student body, awardees are representative of this initiative.

2.75 or higher cumulative GPA

Awardees will demonstrate a commitment to Park’s Core Values: Accountability, Civility and Respect, Excellence, Global Citizenship, Inclusivity, and Integrity.

Priority Criteria: First-generation college students and membership in a racial or ethnic minority group that is underrepresented in relation to the University’s goal to achieve education benefits of a diverse student body. Local area applicants are given primary consideration in the selection process.

Awardees Must Maintain Full-Time Enrollment

Number of awards varies

PARK UNIVERSITY – KANSAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP

Award Amount: $1,000.00 annually

The Park University – Kansas Community College Scholarship is awarded to incoming transfer students who meet or exceed the stated eligibility criteria

3.0 or higher cumulative GPA

Completion of a minimum 24 credit hours from an accredited Kansas public 2-year institution

Awardees will demonstrate a commitment to Park’s Core Values: Accountability, Civility and Respect, Excellence, Global Citizenship, Inclusivity, and Integrity.

Awardees Must Maintain Full-Time Enrollment

Number of awards varies 

PARK UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES DEGREE RECOGNITION SCHOLARSHIP

Award Amount: $1,000.00 annually

The Park University Associates Degree Recognition Scholarship is awarded to incoming transfer students who meet or exceed the stated eligibility criteria

2.75 or higher cumulative GPA

Completion of Associate Degree from an accredited institution (AA, AAS, AAB, AAT or AS)

Awardees will demonstrate a commitment to Park’s Core Values: Accountability, Civility and Respect, Excellence, Global Citizenship, Inclusivity, and Integrity.

Awardees Must Maintain Full-Time Enrollment

Number of awards varies 

PARK UNIVERSITY MERIT TRANSFER SCHOLARSHIP

The Park University Merit Transfer Scholarship assists incoming students who demonstrate considerable financial need.

Applicants must show a commitment to volunteerism and determination to complete their higher education at Park University. Awardees will demonstrate a commitment to Park’s Core Values: Accountability, Civility & Respect, Excellence, Global Citizenship, Inclusivity, and Integrity.

2.75-3.24 cumulative GPA

FAFSA Completed – must demonstrate considerable financial need

Awardees will demonstrate a commitment to Park’s Core Values: Accountability, Civility and Respect, Excellence, Global Citizenship, Inclusivity, and Integrity.

Priority Criteria: First-generation college students and local area applicants are given primary consideration in the selection process.

Awardees Must Maintain Full-Time Enrollment

Number of awards varies

PARK UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC OPPORTUNITY TRANSFER SCHOLARSHIP

Award Amount: $500.00 annually

The Park University Academic Opportunity Transfer Scholarship is awarded to incoming transfer students who demonstrate a commitment to complete their higher education at Park University through their hard work and academic merit.

Awardees are required to participate in a variety of services provided by Park University such as tutoring, academic support and other academic success programs offered at Park as recommended by their student success coach and faculty advisor.

2.49-3.24 cumulative GPA

Letter of recommendation from a previous instructor or guidance counselor

Awardees will demonstrate a commitment to Park’s Core Values: Accountability, Civility and Respect, Excellence, Global Citizenship, Inclusivity, and Integrity.

Priority Criteria: First-generation college students and local area applicants are given primary consideration in the selection process.

Awardees Must Maintain Full-Time Enrollment

Number of awards varies

Park University’s degree programs are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

Park University is a private, non-profit, institution of higher learning since 1875.