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Scholarships

The University of Phoenix NGAUS Scholarship

NGAUS has teamed up with the University of Phoenix to offer three full-tuition master's degree scholarships to association members who are current National Guardsmen in the rank of lieutenant colonel or below. Warrant officers may also apply.

NGAUS and the university first teamed up in 2013. Recipients may choose to attend online or at a University of Phoenix on-ground campus.

The application period is now open and will close on March 22. Scholarships will be awarded May 10. Application requirements and procedures are available online at www.phoenix.edu/ngauscholar. All applicants must have completed and received a bachelor's degree prior to the award date. | Flyer

The Van Hipp Fallen Heroes Scholarship Fund

Established in 2015, Van Hipp will donate 100% of his proceeds from his new book, The New Terrorism: How to Fight It and Defeat It to The Van Hipp Fallen Heroes Scholarship Fund which will award scholarships to Guardsmen wounded in action in the War on Terror.

This new initiative will be administered by the National Guard Educational Foundation and will begin accepting applications in January 2016.  

Learn more here.

The book's website is www.thenewterrorism.com.

DRS Guardian Scholarship Fund

Since September 11, 2001, nearly 800 Guardsmen have made the ultimate sacrifice in support of the Global War on Terrorism. These heroes left behind more than 1,000 children. Established in 2011 and underwritten by DRS Technologies, Inc., the DRS Guardian Scholarship Fund provides college scholarships to the children of National Guardsmen who have been lost in service to our nation since 9/11. Over the past four years, NGEF has awarded 44 scholarships to students through the DRS Guardian Scholarship Fund. Interested applicants should apply by June 30, 2016.

2016 DRS Guardian Scholarship Fund Application – Revised

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