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Vandenberg AFB Spouses' Club Scholarship Program

The Vandenberg Spouses Club Scholarship Program is back! In keeping with tradition, the VSC offers generous scholarship opportunities to military spouses, high school seniors, and undergraduate dependents. Applications are currently available on the VSC website as well as at local high schools and in various locations on Vandenberg such as the Education Center, Family and Airman Readiness Center and the library.


- Military Spouse Applicants: The Scholarship Selection Committee will consider an applicant’s community service, special interests, honors/awards and employment. Spouses of active duty members assigned to Vandenberg and spouses of retired or deceased military pursuing undergraduate or graduate degrees are eligible to apply. Prior spouses club scholarship winners are not eligible so that others may have an opportunity to benefit from the program.

- Military Dependent Applicants: All graduating seniors and college-age dependents of active duty military sponsors who are stationed at Vandenberg are eligible. High school seniors and college-age dependents of retired or deceased military are eligible if the applicant resides in Santa Barbara County or San Luis Obispo County. Once again, the Scholarship Selection Committee will consider an applicant’s scholastic record, community service, special interests, honors/awards and employment. Financial need will not be a consideration for any applicant.

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