awards and rankings
K-STATE leads in top scholarships
K-State's stellar company
K-State ranks first nationally among state universities in its total of Rhodes, Marshall, Truman, Goldwater and Udall scholars in the last 25 years. Our students have won more than $2 million in those five competitions and have earned K-State a place among the nation's elite universities.
Rank among the 500 state universities
2. Arizona State University
3. University of North Carolina
4. Penn State
5. University of Virginia
6. University of Kansas
7. University of Michigan
8. University of Illinois
9. University of Arizona
10. University of Washington
Ranking by scholarship among state universities
No. 1 in all-time Truman scholars
No. 1 in all-time Goldwater scholars
No. 2 in Rhodes scholars since 1986
No. 2 in all-time Udall scholars
No. 3 in Marshall scholars since 1986
Rank among all 2,400 public and private universities
Archive of K-State student scholars
K-Staters have captured Fulbright, Phi Kappa Phi, Rotary Foundation, Boren, Gilman and other top scholarships.
Another stellar performance
2009-2010 school year
Amy Sents got the ball rolling in the 2009-2010 school year by winning a Truman scholarship, worth about $30,000 for graduate study. K-Staters also performed well in other competitive awards. This year’s winners include:
- Two Goldwater scholarships. These awards provide up to $15,000 for two years of study in math, science and engineering.
- One Phi Kappa Phi scholarship. This award provides $5,000 for graduate study at the university of the student’s choice.
This page lists awards through June 2010.