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Chicago Police and Fire Scholarship - UChicago

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  • Full scholarships are available to children of active Chicago Fire Fighters and Police Officers.

    In honor of Chicago Fire Fighters' and Chicago Police Officers' service to the University community and the city, the University of Chicago offers full-tuition scholarships to select children of active Chicago firefighters and police officers. To be considered for a full-tuition scholarship, candidates must qualify for admission to the University of Chicago and be children (or legally adopted children) of sworn Chicago Fire Fighters and Chicago Police Officers who will remain active for the duration of their children's college careers. Students whose parents lost their life in the line of duty are also eligible for the scholarship. Each winner is guaranteed full tuition for four years of undergraduate studies (12 academic quarters) provided he or she makes satisfactory academic progress.

    All Police and Fire Scholarship candidates must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • 5801 S. Ellis Ave
  • Chicago, IL 60637
  • collegeadmissions@uchicago.edu
  • 773-702-8650

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