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KU Women 4 KU Women Application

The KU Women 4 KU Women Fund is currently closed.

Unfortunately, we have funded as many people as we're able to for this semester. Please check back with us in the fall of 2018.



KU WOMEN 4 KU WOMEN FUND: Helping KU Women Students Succeed

Many women students encounter situations in college where they need a ‘lift’ in order to get beyond obstacles or challenges in their path. Women Philanthropists for KU has created the KU Women 4 KU Women Fund to “send the elevator down” in order to assist women to fulfill their educational and career goals. This fund provides one-time assistance for currently enrolled full-time KU senior or graduate women students on the Lawrence campus with an existing need. This can include assistance for needs such as conferences, graduate exam application fees, textbooks, or job interview costs. Note: We are unable to fund medical needs and/or expenses.

To Apply:

1. Complete the online form.
2. Include your Degree Progress report with the form, or you can send this to emilytaylorcenter@ku.edu.
3. Sign up for an interview time here. (Please allow two weeks for processing and response time.) 

Please note that all information provided is confidential and will only be reviewed by the Emily Taylor Center staff working with the fund.


(Senior, Graduate, PhD, etc.)
Note: The maximum request is $500.
Please upload a current copy of your Degree Progress Report to verify enrollment. If you are unable to upload this file, you can email it to emilytaylorcenter@ku.edu, or bring to 4024 Wescoe.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
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