Undergraduate Scholarships

The BAE Department is proud to have many scholarships available to current and incoming students. You will be considered for all departmental scholarships for which you qualify. Fifth year seniors will be considered depending on funding availability. Kansas State University publishes a listing of all scholarships available which includes approximately 120 scholarships offered through the College of Agriculture and Engineering which ar available to Biological Systems Engineering and Agricultural Technology Management majors.

DegreeNameEligibility RequirementsAnnual
Amount
ATM/BSEKansas Section ASAE*Biological Systems Engineering or Agricultural Technology Management student. Preference given to new or transfer student.$250.00
(2)
ATM/BSEKansas Food & Energy CouncilBiological Systems Engineering or Agricultural Technology Management student. Preference given to freshman with background in youth electrical education programs, i.e., 4-H, FFA, Boy Scouts, and/or employment in the electrical profession.$500.00
ATM/BSEMartinBiological Systems Engineering or Agricultural Technology Management student. 2.0 minimum grade point average. Financial need is the top priority in selecting recipient.$500.00
ATM/BSEMelvinJunior or Senior in Biological Systems Engineering or Agricultural Technology Management with a 3.5 minimum grade point average. Must possess outstanding character, leadership potential and strong moral traits.$400.00
ATM/BSERobertsBiological Systems Engineering and Agricultural Technology Management students dedicated to completing the bachelor's degree in the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering.Award amounts depend on availability.
ATM/BSEJohn DeereBiological Systems Engineering or Agricultural Technology Management students with an interest in future employment in the management of a John Deere Dealership upon graduation.Award amounts depend on availability.
ATMBullockAgricultural Technology Management student. Emphasis based scholastic merit, student leadership in school affairs and extracurricular activities. Preference given to students from Glasco, Kansas.Award amounts depend on availability.
ATMLipperAgricultural Technology Management student. Must have completed at least three Agricultural Technology Management courses with no grade lower than a B.$400.00
ATMMeliaAgricultural Technology Management students dedicated to completing the bachelor's degree in the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering with a 2.5 for freshmen and sophomores; 2.9 minimum grade point average for juniors and seniors. Preference given to students from Ford or Comanche counties.Award amounts depend on availability.
BSECarletonBiological Systems Engineering student properly enrolled in the College of Engineering. Kansas native given preference.Award amounts depend on availability.
BSECentral Plains Irrigation AssociationThis scholarship will be designated to undergraduate students who are enrolled in the Biological Systems Engineering curriculum. Preference will be given to students with a family or experience background associated with the agricultural irrigated industry in Kansas and whose studies may lead to a career beneficial to Irrigated Agricultural businesses.$500.00
BSEChung-Kim*New or transfer students in Biological Systems Engineering with emphasis in Processing. Must have a good scholastic record.$500.00
BSEFairbanksBiological Systems Engineering student. Must be a native Kansan.$900.00
BSEFeldhausenBiological Systems Engineering student. Kansas high school graduate. Preference given to a student from Marshall County.$500.00
BSEFentonMust use scholarship during Junior year in Biological Systems Engineering. 2.5 minimum grade point average. Financial need to be considered when candidates are otherwise equal.$550.00
(2)
BSEJohnsonBiological Systems Engineering student. Financial need is to be a high priority.$500.00
BSEKasten*Biological Systems Engineering student. Emphasis on international program involvement. Must use scholarship during Sophomore, Junior or Senior year. Scholarship may be retained for one to three years if student makes adequate progress toward the degree and has continued active interest in international program involvement.$800.00
BSELarsonNative Kansan. Biological Systems Engineering students with 2.5 minimum grade point average. Financial need is top priority.$350.00
BSEManhattan Chapter, Soil & Water Conservation SocietyAn applicant for the scholarship must have successfully completed at least one year of study at Kansas State University by the time of the award, have a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or better, be an undergraduate enrolled in a Biological Systems Engineering curriculum, be working toward a B.S. degree, be a U.S. citizen, and have an interest in natural resources conservation.$250.00(minimum)
BSEStapleton*Biological Systems Engineering student and dedication to completing the bachelor's degree in Biological Systems Engineering. Submit a stamen of up to 500 words describing your dedication to completing the requirements for a bachelor's degree in Biological Systems Engineering.$1000.00(2)
BSEPickettDesignated for BSE students in conjunction with the College of Engineering.Award amounts depend on availability.
BSEPOOSDesignated for BSE students in conjunction with the College of Engineering.Award amounts depend on availability.
BSESchroderDesignated for BSE students in conjunction with the College of Engineering.Award amounts depend on availability.
*Individuals applying for the Chung-Kim, Kasten, or Stapleton scholarships will need to include a statement describing their interest towards completing the requirements for a bachelor's degree. Some donors have specified that financial need should be a factor in awarding scholarships; a statement or details about your financial needs may be useful in making evaluations. Some donor's provide scholarships for students who plan to work on a specific industry; a statement about your career goals would be helpful in this case. These statements should be sent to Biological and Agricultural Engineering Scholarship Committee.