WFLA National Scholarship

Western Fraternal Life Association recognizes the need for higher education and the increasing cost of obtaining this goal for its members. Ten national scholarships will be awarded annually for up to $1,000 to qualified WFLA members attending college or vocational programs. Traditional and nontraditional students are eligible.

The applicant must be a WFLA member in good standing for two years prior to the application deadline. Applicant must be accepted or attending as a full-time student at a college/university or vocational/technical institution.

All applications and other academic information must be received by WFLA no later than March 1st. The scholarships will be awarded the following May for the coming fall semester. Applications are accepted from September 15 through March 1st for the next full school year.

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