Scholarship Opportunities for Military-Connected Students
Scholarship Opportunities for All Georgetown Students
Georgetown University offers a number of scholarships to both undergraduate and graduate students. For more information about institutional aid, please go to the Office of Student Financial Services. To be considered for an institutional scholarship, please be sure to complete the FAFSA and necessary procedures listed on the Office of Student Financial Services’ website.
Some graduate academic programs offer merit scholarships to their students. Please contact your academic program directly to determine if there are scholarships available and how to apply.
Georgetown Specific Military-Connected Scholarships
The Mujica Student Veteran Stipend is a $2,000 grant to be given once a year to a student veteran (not a dependent) enrolled in at least six credit hours per semester in a graduate degree program in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (including the School of Foreign Service, School of Nursing and Health Studies, McCourt School of Public Policy, and the McDonough School of Business), preferably in an area of importance to national security, including, but by no means limited to, science, mathematics, security, diplomacy, government, languages, biomedical sciences, business, etc. These funds shall be used for tuition and mandatory lab fees and no other purpose.
Candidates will apply by completing an application and writing a one-page, single-space essay explaining their need, qualifications, and the relevance of their field to national security. They will also supply two letters of recommendation and their transcript. Candidates must provide a copy of their DD-214 or an applicable proof of service document. Applicants must have and maintain a 3.0 GPA or higher.
The award recipient will be announced at the GUSVA Spring Reception on April 3, 2019 and is expected to be present to receive the award.The stipend will be applied to the recipients’s Fall 2019 Georgetown student account.
The application window for the 2019-2020 Mujica Graduate Student Veteran Stipend is open between January 14, 2019-February 15, 2019. More information about eligibility and how to apply can be found here.
Founded in 2004, the Pat Tillman Foundation invests in military veterans and their spouses through academic merit-based scholarships – building a diverse community of leaders committed to service to others. The scholars chosen show extraordinary academic and leadership potential, a true sense of vocation, and a deep commitment to create positive change through their work in the fields of medicine, law, business, education and the arts.
Georgetown University is considered as a University Partner and collaborates with the Pat Tillman Foundation to select Tillman Scholars each year. Award amounts are determined by the Pat Tillman Foundation on a case-by-case basis to meet the needs of each scholar.
Eligibility to be considered as a Tillman Scholar include:
► Veteran and active-duty military service members
► Honorably discharged of pre-and post-9/11 service
► From all branches of the U.S. Military including National Guard and Reserve
► Current spouses of veterans or active-duty service members, including surviving spouses
► Pursuing a degree as a full-time student in an undergraduate degree (Bachelor’s or above), graduate or professional degree at a public or private, U.S.-based accredited institution
The application process to become a 2019 Tillman Scholar is open between February 1, 2019 through February 28, 2019. Learn more on how to apply for the Pat Tillman Foundation Scholars.
This scholarship was donated in 2004 by the King family to honor the men and women of the United States Marine Corps and to provide scholarships to eligible Main Campus undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.
Contact your Financial Services Counselor to learn more about eligibility and how to be considered.
This scholarship was donated in support of the 1789 Scholarship Imperative for the Georgetown scholarship program, which provides aid to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need.
Preference in the selection of recipients is given to students who are enrolled in the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service (SFS) and who are veterans of the United States Military.
If, in any year, there are no students who meet the immediately preceding preference, then we prefer that the Fund support students who are enrolled in Georgetown College (COL), the McDonough School of Business (MSB), or the School of Nursing and Health Sciences (SNHS) and who are veterans of the United States Military. Contact your Financial Services Counselor to learn more about eligibility and how to be considered.
Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business is a member of MilitaryMBA.net – an education network for military and non-commissioned officers who are interested in obtaining and applying for their MBA graduate degrees for career advancement.
Incoming students are eligible for a $20,000 scholarship through our partnership. For more information, please visit MilitaryMBA.net to learn how to complete the separate application.
The NMFA Nursing Scholarship is available to military spouses enrolled in the Master of Science Nursing Online program. Scholarships up to $7,500 are available.
Applicants for the scholarship must register with NMFA and speak with to an Admissions Advisor with the School of Nursing program. Learn more about the NFMA Nursing Scholarship
The Master in Science in Foreign Service is a University Partner with the non-profit organization SoldierStrong to offer merit-based scholarships to students enrolled in the MSFS program.
Eligible recipients must be a United States active duty service member, reservist, veteran or military spouse enrolled full time in the MSFS program. Learn more about the SoldierStrong Soldier Scholarship.
The Security and Software Engineering Research Center works on research projects with the goal of creating opportunity though securing America’s, and the world’s, networks. Current programs include cyber threat intelligence sharing and the transition of the national phone network to an all-IP network. Projects span scientific, engineering, economic, legal, policy, and other disciplines.
The center looks for a reservist or honorably discharged veterans who is currently pursuing either an undergraduate or graduate degree, preferably in STEM field at Georgetown to support the Center. The position hours fall between 5-20 hours a week and are compensated with a competitive hourly rate. Interested applicants can contact Paul Bringer.
National Military-Connected Scholarships
The AFCEA Educational Foundation is dedicated to providing academic support to U.S. military personnel. Merit-based scholarships of $2,500 will be awarded to persons on active duty in the uniformed military services, to honorably discharged U.S. military veterans (including Reservists and National Guard personnel) of the Enduring Freedom-Afghanistan or Iraqi Freedom Operations (years 2004-present) who are currently enrolled and attending classes in an Undergraduate program part time or full time in an eligible STEM major degree program at an accredited four year college or university in the U.S (see eligibility section paragraph 4 for list of acceptable STEM majors).
The Air Force Association offers various scholarships to United States Air Force service members and spouses. Learn more about the Air Force Association Scholarships.
American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) Foundation Military Veterans Scholarship Program
The American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) Foundation’s United States Military Veterans Scholarship Program (MVSP) is designed to promote the advancement of student veterans in educational geoscience programs at the undergraduate level.
The program aims to promote education and career opportunities to the veterans, aid in the transition of veterans to educational and civilian technical professions and advance and promote geoscience programs in higher education institutions.
Those encouraged to apply for these scholarships include both active U.S. Military service members (including National Guard and Reserve) or veteran members separated from active military service who have been honorably discharged and are entering or reentering a post-secondary undergraduate or program in a field of geoscience full-time or part-time at a four-year accredited college or university.
Scholarship awards from $2,000-$4,000 are available and may be used for educational and expenses covering cost of attendance.Learn more about the AAPG Foundation Military Veterans Scholarship Program.
The American Military Partner Association (AMPA) has partnered with Hilton to offer the AMPA Military Spouse Scholarship, up to 5 military spouses enrolled in institutions of higher learning for scholarships ranging between $1,000 to $2,500 each. Learn more about the AMPA Military Spouse Scholarship.
The Anchor Scholarship Foundation is awarded to family members (children and spouses) of qualified Surface Navy sailors. Recipients are selected on the basis of four equally weighted criteria: academic performance, character, extracurricular, and financial need. Anchor Scholarships must be applied to tuition and tuition related expenses only.
Dependent children must be pursuing a 4-year degree and dependent spouses may be pursuing an Associates or 4-year degree. Anchor Scholarships cannot be used to fund Graduate degrees. Learn more about the Anchor Scholarship Foundation.
DrugRehab.org is proud to award a $5,000 scholarship towards any education related expense to the winner of our first essay contest about the different ways in which addiction and mental illness affects veterans today. Learn more about DrugRehab Scholarship Contest.
Folded Flag is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization focused on raising and awarding money in the form of educational scholarships to surviving family members of military and government employees who have lost their lives in combat while serving our country.
The scholarship opportunities offered by The Folded Flag Foundation include children’s education scholarships for private school tuition and educational programs and for children in grades K-12 and scholarships for spouses and dependents to attend college or technical/trade school.
The Folded Flag Foundation was formed as a non-profit organization that relies on public donations to help supplement the current death benefits available to the dependents of United States military personnel and other government employees who have lost their lives in defense of our country. In its inaugural year last year, The Folded Flag Foundation awarded 12 scholarships. Learn more about the Folded Flag Foundation Scholarship.
Since 2007, the Folds of Honor has carried forth this singular, noble mission. To provide educational scholarships to spouses and children of America’s fallen and disabled service-members.
Scholarships are used to subsidize the costs of tuition, school books, fees, on-campus room and board, approved educational tutoring, and other approved educational expenses that a student’s school may deem appropriate. Scholarships are awarded up to $5,000.
Award amount is based on the “unmet need” calculated on the Financial Need page of the application. Learn more about the Folds of Honor Scholarships.
The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation exists to provide financial assistance to the children of Marines and of former Marines pursuing higher education at accredited universities and colleges, or vocational schools.
America’s most precious resource is its children, and their development as responsible citizens and civic leaders requires education. Learn more about the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation.
Various scholarships for military families. Learn more about the scholarships listed on MilSpouse.
The National Association of Veterans’ Program Administrators (NAVPA) is proud to introduce the National Scholarship Program. The Scholarship Program offers either scholarships, one to each of the eight NAVPA regions of the United States.
The NAVPA scholarship is available to veterans, service members, and their dependents. Learn more about the NAVPA Scholarship Program.
The Scholarships for Military Children Program was created to recognize the contributions of military families to the readiness of the fighting force and to celebrate the role of the commissary in the military family community.
The Special Operations Warrior Foundation (SOWF) provides college scholarship grants, along with financial aid and educational counseling, to the children of Special Operations personnel who were killed in an operational mission or training accident.
To provide Student Veterans of America (SVA) members the opportunity to apply for a competitive scholarship that will assist them in completing their studies while helping to accomplish their chapter’s mission at the local level.
While many members of SVA are recipients of the New GI Bill at their respective institutions, many of these students lack adequate funds to pay for school. Groups with access to the VA educational funds often find that the financial burden limits the scope and purpose of their SVA activities.
In order to facilitate the activities of individual members on chapter activities, SVA will provide access to scholarships to facilitate SVA chapter activities on and off-campus. These funds will be managed by SVA and distributed to students on school year basis. SVA will use standard application, standard guidelines and existing system of communication to streamline the request process and ensure mass communications.
Questions may be directed to email@example.com. Learn more about the scholarships offered in partnership with SVA.
The VFW’s “Sport Clips Help A Hero Scholarship” will provide service members and veterans with the financial assistance they need to complete their educational goals without incurring excessive student loan debt.
United States active duty service members, reservists, and veterans who have separated or is currently holding a military ranking of E-5 or below may be eligible to receive a scholarship up to $5,000. Learn more about the VFW Military Scholarship.
The Veterans United Foundation Scholarship creates opportunities for surviving spouses or children of a deceased veteran of the United States Military to achieve their educational dreams. In Spring 2016, Veterans United Foundation will award up to three (3) scholarships to eligible recipients.
Each award is up to $20,000 and is nonrenewable. Learn more about the Veterans United Foundation Scholarship.
**Scholarships listed on this page are limited to military-connected specific scholarships. If you would like to have a military-connected specific scholarship listed on our website, please contact our office. If you are interested in sharing scholarship opportunities for all students, please contact the Office of Student Financial Services. **