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Alabama National Guard Educational Assistance Program

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Alabama National Guard Educational Assistance Program is a state student assistance program established by the Legislature of the State of Alabama and is designed to provide financial assistance to Alabama National Guard members who are residents of the State of Alabama and are enrolled in degree programs at accredited post-secondary institutions of higher learning located within the State of Alabama.

    Applicants must be 17 years old and an Alabama resident. Be an active member in good standing with the Alabama National Guard and a member of a federally recognized unit of the Alabama National guard who has completed basic training and advanced individual training. Must be enrolled in a degree program at an accredited post-secondary institution in Alabama. Have a FAFSA on file with a satisfactory academic progress.

    For more information and to apply, visit the website above.
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  • Alabama National Guard Attn: AL-ESO
  • Alabama Army National Guard
  • PO Box 3711
  • Montgomery, AL 36109-0711
  • 334-242-2273

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