Vanier Family Aviation Maintenance Scholarship
K-State Salina has created a scholarship that will provide affordable, world-class education and help fill the industry's need for qualified aviation maintenance professionals through the Vanier Family Aviation Maintenance Scholarship. This scholarship helps fulfill our land-grant mission by offering essential financial support to talented, full-time students pursuing an aviation maintenance degree. If a full-time undergraduate student’s aid/scholarship package does not cover the full costs of tuition, fees, room, and board, the student will automatically receive the Vanier Scholarship worth up to an additional $7,500 per year. The scholarship is renewable for an additional year ($15,000 maximum scholarship value).
Why an Aviation Maintenance Degree?
Prepare for a high-paying career in aviation maintenance by earning an associate degree that prepares students to take the Federal Aviation Administration's Airframe and Powerplant certification with the FAA. The demand for competent and qualified individuals is increasing as the number of jobs in the industry grows.
Learn more about the Aviation Maintenance Management degree.
- Be an aviation maintenance management degree-seeking student at the time of application to K-State Salina.
- Be a US citizen or eligible noncitizen.
- Must meet Satisfactory Academic Progress each semester.
- Complete the FAFSA by the published priority deadline (this must be done every year — put a reminder in your calendar!)
- Be an undergraduate student enrolled full-time (12 credit hours each term (fall/spring)) pursuing their first baccalaureate degree.
- Enrollment on the K-State Salina campus.
- Total scholarship aid (free money) from federal, state, and institutional sources equivalent to the cost of in-state tuition. If a student qualifies and their existing grant/scholarship aid package does not meet this, K-State Salina will automatically provide the Vanier Family Aviation Maintenance Scholarship to fullfill our land-grant mission.
- The scholarship is a maximum of $7,500 per year and a maxium of two years.