Military Scholarships


June 29, 2017 4:07 PM
by Susan Dutca

    Serving your country is no easy task and for those who made the decision to do so, there are various types of scholarships to help pay for college. Whether you're in the Air Force, Marine Corps, Navy, Army or other division, there are many scholarships for which you may qualify. There are also scholarships designated specifically for children, spouses or descendants of active or retired military personnel. Check out our long list of military scholarships or visit this page for even more opportunities!:

Serving your country is no easy task and for those who made the decision to do so, there are various types of scholarships to help pay for college. Whether you're in the Air Force, Marine Corps, Navy, Army or other division, there are many scholarships for which you may qualify. There are also scholarships designated specifically for children, spouses or descendants of active or retired military personnel. Check out our long list of military scholarships or visit this page for even more opportunities!:

  1. Illinois National Guard Grant Program

    Scholarship Application Deadline: Varies
    Maximum Scholarship Award: Varies

  2. NROTC National Scholarship

    Scholarship Application Deadline: Varies
    Maximum Scholarship Award: Varies

  3. Army ROTC Two-Year Scholarship

    Scholarship Application Deadline: Varies
    Maximum Scholarship Award: Varies

  4. Army ROTC Three-Year College Scholarship

    Scholarship Application Deadline: Varies
    Maximum Scholarship Award: Varies

  5. Army ROTC Green to Gold Scholarship Program

    Scholarship Application Deadline: Varies
    Maximum Scholarship Award: Varies

  6. Army ROTC Four-Year College Scholarships

    Scholarship Application Deadline: Varies
    Maximum Scholarship Award: Varies

  7. Air Force ROTC Scholarship

    Scholarship Application Deadline: Varies
    Maximum Scholarship Award: Varies

  8. Army ROTC Four-Year High School Scholarship

    Scholarship Application Deadline: February 4, 2018
    Maximum Scholarship Award: Varies

  9. Wright Patterson Officers' Spouses' Club Scholarship

    Scholarship Application Deadline: March 8, 2018
    Maximum Scholarship Award: Varies

  10. WTFI Veterans' Children Scholarship

    Scholarship Application Deadline: May 1, 2018
    Maximum Scholarship Award: $1,000

  11. Edward T. Conroy Memorial Scholarship Program

    Scholarship Application Deadline: July 15, 2017
    Maximum Scholarship Award: $6,500

  12. Active Service Member Scholarship

    Scholarship Application Deadline: November 25, 2017
    Maximum Scholarship Award: $2,000

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