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For active military, veteran and dependent students using education benefits to fund their education, scholarships are an additional source of funding that does not reduce VA education benefits.
You are encouraged to search for scholarships that apply specifically to military, veteran and dependents.
We’ve provided direct links to a few scholarship opportunities to look into. The ASU scholarship portal is helpful for searching for other scholarships.
Arizona Tuition Waiver Scholarship (Purple Heart waiver)
Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation — apply for this scholarship if you have a parent who is a current or veteran Marine
Military Active Duty and Reservist Commitment Scholarship (Online Military Scholarship)
As of December 2017, the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law offers a new scholarship program specifically for veterans. The program will provide four full-ride scholarships for a juris doctor degree. The scholarship was made possible by a donation from Deborah Carstens. Read more about the scholarship and opportunities to apply. For more information, contact Andrew Jaynes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Tempe Chamber Military Affairs Committee is proud to offer an annual $1,000 scholarship for a deserving U.S. military veteran within the city of Tempe. Apply by Jan. 31, 2020.
Explore the following programs for graduate and undergraduate students pursuing STEM degrees, from scholarship and fellows programs to internship opportunities.
The Department of Defense offers a variety of scholarship awards to students who have demonstrated ability and aptitude for excelling in STEM fields in disciplines of importance to the DoD.