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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