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ACHE Police Officers and Firefighters Survivors Educational Assistance Program

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The ACHE Police Officers and Firefighters Survivors Educational Assistance Program is a grant covering tuition, fees, books and supplies for dependents and eligible spouses of Alabama police officers and firefighters killed in the line of duty. There is no limit on the amount awarded to recipients. Awards are available for undergraduate study in public institutions in Alabama. Students who are dependents or spouses of police officers or firefighters killed in the line of duty in Alabama. Must be enrolled in an undergraduate program at a public postsecondary educational institution in Alabama. Other special eligibility criteria apply.

    Application forms may be obtained from the Alabama Commission on Higher Education, P.O. Box 302000, Montgomery, AL 36130-2000. For more information and details, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Wanda Rowe
  • AL Comm. on Higher Education
  • P.O. Box 302000
  • Montgomery, AL 36130-2000
  • cnewton@ache.state.al.us
  • 334-242-2273

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