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Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation

$6,250

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Enrolling with Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation is the first step in ensuring that your child or children will receive the financial support they need to get a college education. We provide tailored scholarships and educational counseling to military children who have lost a parent in the line of duty. Scholarships assist students cover tuition and books, supplies and equipment, and living expenses. Scholarship grantees represent every branch of the military and cover the attendance post-secondary schooling across the United Sates. Education scholarships can be applied to the cost of attendance at all post-secondary education institutions, including trade schools and 2 year colleges. Children of Fallen Patriots does not cover graduate school at this time.

    Applicants must have a minimum term and cumulative GPA of 2.0 and be VA eligible.

    Scholarships are awarded on a rolling admission policy. Grantees are eligible for up to $6250 per year (from July through June).
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