Coastline College Foundation Scholarship Opportunities
Please note: Coastline Military students are eligible to receive a scholarship even if they get TA, and are exempt from the ceremony attendance requirement.
Every year, Coastline Community College Foundation offers a variety of scholarships for Active Duty, Veterans, their spouses and dependents. Scholarships are made available through the generous donations of Coastline Community College’s Foundation, Associated Student Government (ASG), faculty, staff, local businesses, service organizations, and private individuals. Scholarship awards will vary in amount and criteria.
Scholarship recipients are selected by the Scholarship Awards Committee. Factors for selection may include academic achievement, service and leadership, college and community involvement, and/or financial need.
The 2018 Coastline Scholarship application will be available to students through February 12, 2018. Apply now! http://www.coastline.edu/students/scholarships
*Note: Please be aware that dates may be subject to change.
2018 Virginia Advisory County on Military Education – SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
The deadline is March 1, 2018, and the scholarship categories are: Active duty, drilling reservist, or National Guard member; Spouse of active duty, drilling reservist, National Guard member, or military retiree; Child of active duty, drilling reservist, National Guard member, or military retiree; Permanently disabled military member or family member (spouse or child) or family member of service member missing/killed in action; and Veteran or retiree of the Armed Forces. Applications must be submitted to email@example.com by March 1, 2018. Awardees are notified by phone or email on or about March 15, 2018. VA-ACME is a charitable non-profit organization dedicated to support the education of our armed service members and their families. The VA-ACME Scholarship Program details and application are available on their website, www.vaacme.org.
NAIMES Student Spotlight Award
Each year, the National Association of Institutions for Military Education Services (NAIMES) offers five $1200 scholarships to service members (active duty/veterans) and military spouses to celebrate student achievements across the Armed Forces. All applicants must submit an application, resume and essay by the deadline. Applications are usually available between June 15 and September 15. For scholarship requirements and application, please visit the NAIMES Student Spotlight Award website.
Each year, the Council of College & Military Educators (CCME) offers fifteen $1000 scholarships to service members (active duty/veterans) and military spouses who are working toward the completion of higher education degrees. All applicants must submit the CCME Scholarship Application, transcripts, and two recommendation forms by the deadline. Applications are usually available between July 1 and November 1. For scholarship requirements and application, please visit the CCME's website.
Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation
Check out eligibility requirements and the list of scholarships.
AMVETS National Scholarship Program
AMVETS offers a variety of scholarships, ranging from $1,000-$4,000. Children and grandchildren of veterans, as well as vets themselves, are eligible.
Children of Warriors National Presidents' Scholarship
Children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren of service members are eligible for these scholarships offered through the American Legion Auxiliary. Awards range from $2,500 to $3,500.
Fisher House Foundation
Students under 23 who are enrolling in a full-time college program and who maintain at least a 3.0 GPA are eligible for scholarships through this foundation. Parents need to be active duty or retired military.
Coast Guard Foundation Grants
Coast Guard Foundation (CGFEG) and Vander Putten Education Grants(VPEG) are available for all Active Duty enlisted personnel pursuing higher education by providing reimbursements for many costs that may not be covered by tuition assistance. For CGFEG, the maximum reimbursement per calendar year is $500.00. For VPEG, the maximum reimbursement per calendar year is $250.00. For additional information and application, please visit Coast Guard Foundation Grants.
CGMA Supplemental Education Grant (SEG)
The Coast Guard Mutual Assistance (CGMA) Supplemental Education Grant (SEG) offers awards of up to $250.00 per year to help defray non-tuition educational costs that are required for course(s) that a student is taking. All interested applicants can submit multiple grant requests during the calendar year as long as the total isn’t more than $250.00. Visit your command’s CGMA representative or the CGMA website for an application.
Jack Kent Cooke Scholarships
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship provides up to $30,000 per year for up to 75 students from a nationwide applicant pool who plan to transfer to top four-year colleges or universities next fall. To be eligible, applicants must be current students at accredited US community colleges or two-year institutions with sophomore status or have graduated within the last five years. They must have a cumulative college GPA of 3.5 or above, plan to transfer to a four-year college or university to begin studies in the coming fall, and demonstrate unmet financial need. To learn more, visit:
DANTES List of General Online Scholarship Web Sites
Check out the list of scholarship web sites compiled by DANTES.
Military Spouses & Dependents - Grants, Scholarships & other forms of Financial Assistance
Check out the list of scholarships and grants compiled by DANTES.
Compilation of Other Available Scholarships
Scholarship Application Tips (excerpt from Camp Pendleton Education Center Guide)
General & Military-Specific Scholarship opportunities (excerpt from Camp Pendleton Education Center Guide)