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Veterans United Foundation Scholarships

$5,000

Deadline Varies

Awards Available: 10

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Veterans United Foundation Scholarship aims to assist military service members and their families by awarding five bi-annual $2,000 scholarships to help pay for tuition and books. Potential applicants must be pursuing a post-secondary degree at an accredited college or university. To be eligible for this scholarship award, applicants must be a surviving spouse or a surviving child of a deceased service member from a service-related death, OR a veteran with a 100% service-connected disability. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • info@enhancelives.com
  • 2101 Chapel Plaza Ct.
  • Ste. 107
  • Columbia, MO 65203
  • info@enhancelives.com
  • 573-234-1420 x1765

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Jared S  on 11/10/2015 3:37:37 PM

Looks like it's only for GoldStar family members

youlanda l  on 10/27/2015 8:25:28 AM

Was married 25 years to a Veteran of the Army. want to apply, but was divorced 2 years ago , had two children by him, not able to pay for finishing or restarting. Not sure if I can qualify, please let me know if and how can I apply for some assistance. thank you in advance.

Paul C  on 8/10/2015 2:56:50 PM

Navy Veteran, trying to finish up my degree. G.I.Bill will not last throughout the duration of my college stay. Just looking for any bit of help to make my dreams come true.

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