Anyone who will have sophomore, junior, senior or graduate level standing at a college or university during the fall semester/quarter of the year in which the scholarship is awarded is eligible to receive the National Military Fish and Wildlife Association Scholarship. Preference will be given to active duty or honorably discharged military service members, members of NMFWA or relatives of NMFWA members and applicants that are currently working or have worked on Department of Defense lands. Eligible applicants must have a 3.0 GPA and be pursuing degrees in wildlife and fisheries biology, botany, ecology, range conservation, forestry, and/or wildlife law enforcement.
College transcripts and two letters of reference from instructors or past employers must accompany the application form. The award shall provide financial aid toward the tuition of the selected student(s) for the fall term during the year in which the scholarship is granted. The funds shall be paid to the registrar at the college or university being attended, and credited toward the student's tuition for the fall semester/quarter. All applicants will be notified of their status in August.