Kansas State University again will hold seven daily drawings for $2,000 scholarships — one on each day of AirVenture Oshkosh 2011.
Eligible recipients must be a junior or senior in high school during the 2011/2012 academic year or a transfer student or ready to start earning a bachelor’s degree in aviation at K-State’s Salina campus, home of the aviation program, within the next two years.
Future students can register for the scholarship drawing at the K-State booth, located at Main Aircraft Display #11, just northeast of the main gate.
K-State is located on the Salina campus adjacent to a 12,000-foot runway. The program has a modern fleet of more than 40 learning aircraft and more Master Certified Flight Instructors than any other college or university in the country, according to officials. K-State Salina offers bachelor’s degrees in professional pilot, aircraft maintenance, avionics maintenance technology, unmanned aircraft systems, air traffic control, airport management, technology management and engineering technology. A certificate program is available in airframe and powerplant. For more information: Salina.K-State.edu