Kentucky Scholarship Resources and other Kentucky Nontrad links
Here are some older links and information about Kentucky Nontraditional Student support. There may still be some clues here to help you find help and support at your school.
Look for updates this year (2015). Or send in your information to bring this page up to date. Thanks!
Scholarships in Kentucky for Nontraditional Students
The University of Kentucky has a Nontraditional Student Scholarship/Adult Student Services page with at least ten different scholarships listed on it. It also has a Child Care Grant for nontraditional students who are attending UK who have children. Check out this page for all the great links.
Community Action of South Central Kentucky awards forty scholarships in a ten-county area in Kentucky. Check the CASO Scholarship Pages for more information.
Western Kentucky University offers an Alumni Grant Program and Departmental Scholarships as well. Their Veteran's Affairs page features financial aid for Veterans and their dependents.
The Kentucky Farm Bureau offers a John C. Hendricks Beef Tour Young Producer Program for Farm Bureau members, a Young Farmer Scholarship for ages 18-35, and a Paul D. Everman Fund for Lifetime Learning Scholarship, and four more scholarships. Find out more at their webpage here.
Eastern Kentucky University, located in Richmond, Kentucky, offers many scholarships for nontraditional students who want to become teachers. Find out more at this page.
The University of Kentucky also offers scholarships for teacher education students here.
The Hopkinsville Rotary Club offers a scholarship which includes nontraditional students in its description. The student must be a graduate of a high school in Christian County, Kentucky.
The Kentucky Division of Conservation has a Betty Barrick Nontraditional Student scholarship, and a Conservation of Natural Resources Scholarship. They have the rules for each scholarship here at their website page.
Murray State University also offers scholarships to nontraditional students. Click here to go to that page.
Female residents of Kentucky who want to attend Tulane University Law School in New Orleans, LA for their last year of schooling can apply for the Judy M. West Scholarship. Here is that information page.
Here are some more quality, free resources for Kentucky that can help nontraditional student in their quest for funding.
#1: The Go Higher Kentucky Site - this is the official Kentucky site to plan - choose - and apply.
And here is their Adult Education page:
Be sure to check the Scholarship Links pages One and Two right here on the Nontrad site too, for more quality, free scholarship links.
Good luck finding money for your educational journey.