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Kentucky College Access Program Grant (CAP)

$2,000

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  • Scholarship Description
  • CAP Grants help Kentucky's financially needy undergraduate students attend eligible public and private colleges and universities, proprietary schools, and technical colleges. Applicants must be a Kentucky resident, demonstrate financial need, and attend an eligible college at least part-time and in a program at least two years in length. Kentucky students applying for the FAFSA will be entered into consideration for this scholarship. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • PO Box 798
  • Frankfort, KY 40602-0798

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Emily G  on 7/22/2020 10:19:19 PM

I want to win.

Bailey O  on 7/13/2020 10:49:31 AM

Hello, I am entering my second year of college on campus at The University of the Cumberlands. I am double majoring in accounting and business administration, and I am taking more credit hours than what is considered full time. I have a 3.7 GPA, I rarely miss a class, and I play an active role in my community. I am in need of financial aid as I am responsible for the costs and will have no assistance repaying them. I would be extremely grateful to receive this scholarship.

Idashai Cromwell  on 1/15/2020 7:28:27 AM

Hi. I’m a second year college student and I attended Simmons college of Kentucky. This spring I will be still attending Simmons College Of Kentucky. This will be my last year at Simmons but I will have to take summer class to get the criedits I needed. I was only taking 4 class at a time . I didn’t know I needed more classes . I also wanted to say that I have a gpa of 3.2 . The lack of resource I have is hard. I type all my papers on my phone . I would love to be entered into the contest .

chereyl b  on 7/21/2015 3:53:03 PM

Hello my name is Chereyl Im applying for money to help pay for my school Im wanting to further my education in nursing. Im a single parent of 4 beautiful children its very limiting on my income alone. Im striving for goodness and greatness. Education is the Key of Learning, if I do get choosen for this scholarship this would help out towards my goals and my education. Thanks for listening

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