5 Steps to Get Started
1. Learn more – request information.
The academic programs offered through the partnership meet the demand for advanced skills within federal government agencies. Once you submit your information via the form on this page (bookmark), we’ll send you relevant information on your program of interest, the campus and key points of contact like your academic advisor.
2. Apply online for admission to KU.
Application deadlines and admission requirements vary by program. This is the type of information you’ll receive shortly after submitting your request for information. You can also refer to the academic program page.
You’ll need to request your transcripts from each college you’ve attended – details regarding official transcripts can be found on the application pages. Many programs also request letters of recommendation as part of the admissions process.
3. Apply for the federal executive board partnership scholarship. If you’re a Missouri resident, apply for the MetroKC tuition rate, too.
There are several options to make KU Edwards a more affordable investment. Kansas residents employed by a federal government agency are eligible for a 10% discount on tuition. Out-of-state residents are eligible for a 25% discount on tuition. This scholarship is renewable. Apply now. An employer authorization letter is required. Priority deadlines: Fall – Aug 1, Spring – Dec 1, Summer – May 1
Missouri residents are also eligible for tuition equivalent to resident rates through the MetroKC tuition rate. There are specific parameters students must meet as part of the application process. There is a form to apply for this rate.
4. Complete the FAFSA and apply for federal, state, and institutional financial aid.
Visit affordability.ku.edu to get started.
Ensure that your financial aid file is complete. You can check your to-do list through Enroll & Pay.
5. Watch your inbox.
A few weeks after KU receives your completed application, you will receive an email either from KU Admissions (undergraduate programs) or the Office of Graduate Studies (graduate programs) notifying you of your status. It will contain instructions on your next steps including accepting the offer, setting up an online ID, registering for new student orientation and enrolling in classes.