Starting next fall, The University of Nebraska-Kearney will offer in-state tuition to Colorado and Kansas residents in an effort to recruit more out-of-state students.
UNK’s Advantage Scholarship will save Colorado and Kansas students almost $28,000 in tuition over the course of four years. The scholarship will have no limit as to how many students can receive it as long as the students stay in good academic standing.
“We’ve sent a tremendous number of alums to Kansas and Colorado and particularly the Front Range in Colorado,” said Ed Scantling, UNK’s associate vice chancellor of enrollment management. “So it felt like that was a good place for us to start.”
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