Military Transition Advisory Board Scholarship Criteria

The KU Edwards Military Transition Advisory Board Scholarship will be awarded to employees of agencies that actively participate in the Military Transition Advisory Board. These employees must meet the following criteria:

  1. Applied and Accepted into the Military Transition Certificate program.
  2. Enrolled in one of the following courses: LA&S 260, LA&S 262, LA&S 325, or LA&S 475.
  3. Submit a letter of authorization from a supervisor verifying employment and the supervisor’s support for participation in the program.  
    1. Letter of support should contain the following:
      1. Completed on official agency letterhead.
      2. Verifies your employment with the agency.
      3. Identifies your department within the organization.
      4. Demonstrates support from your supervisor.
      5. Signature block of supervisor.
  4. Submit complete application by the following dates:
    1. August 1 for enrollment in LA&S 260.
    2. October 1 for enrollment in LA&S 262.
    3. January 1 for enrollment in LA&S 325.
    4. March 1 for enrollment in LA&S 475.

This award is equal to 10% of the Online Tuition Rate (excluding fees). 

This scholarship is renewable based on meeting the criteria above.

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Honoring Veterans Nov. 3-18, 2018
  • Nov. 3 Salute to Service football and volleyball games. Ticket info: kuathletics.com.
  • Nov. 8Veterans and non-traditional student breakfast, 8:30-11 a.m., Forum B, Burge Union. Free breakfast for KU military-affiliated students and KU non-traditional students. Come-and-go event.
  • Nov. 8Marine Corps Birthday observed, 10:30 a.m., Dole Institute of Politics. Lawrence community celebration featuring guest speaker Vietnam veteran John Musgrave. Open to the public.
  • Nov. 9Marine Corps Birthday observed, Noon, Wescoe Beach. Free cake with the KU SVA for the entire KU community.
  • Nov. 10-18 Hope 22 exhibit, Spencer Museum of Art.
    • Nov. 15Hope 22 exhibit reception, 3:30-5:30 p.m., Spencer Museum. Open to the public.
  • Nov. 11 KU Vets Day 5K, 9 a.m., begins/ends at Memorial Stadium. Open to the public.
  • Nov. 12/13 Salute to Service men's/women's basketball games. Ticket info: kuathletics.com.
  • Nov. 15 Trans Vets Talk, 6 p.m., Centennial Room, KU Memorial Union. Join the KU Center for Sexuality and Gender Diversity and the Emily Taylor Center for Women and Gender Equity for a screening of the short film “Transgender, at War and Love,“ followed by a panel highlighting the voices and experiences of local transgender veterans.
  • Nov. 15 VA Veterans Town Hall, 6 p.m., Lied Center Pavilion. A town hall for veterans and their families in Lawrence and surrounding communities, hosted by Department of Veterans Affairs executives and the VA health care team.
Questions?

Alex Terwilliger
Leavenworth Student & Academic Services Manager
alex.terwilliger@ku.edu

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