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Wounded Warrior Scholarship

Wounded Warriors at KUThe University of Kansas is proud to offer the Wounded Warrior Scholarship for qualified military servicemembers, veterans, primary caregivers, and surviving spouses/children studying or admitted to KU. KU will award a yet-to-be-determined number of scholarships for the 2015-2016 academic year. The scholarships will be awarded for up to $10,000, and are renewable for up to four years. (Full details are included in the online application instructions.) The purpose of the Wounded Warrior Scholarship is to assist qualified veterans and their family members in meeting the financial challenges of pursuing their education at KU.

Fill out online APPLICATION. [Deadline for 2016-17 academic year to be announced in Jan. 2016.] 
 

Questions? Please contact:
• Randy Masten, Asst. Director: 785-864-7455, randymasten@ku.edu
• Bill Steele, Program Assistant: 785-864-7478, wsteele@ku.edu

Download the Wounded Warrior Scholarship flyer here.

Learn about the 2014-2015 Wounded Warrior Scholarship recipients here.

Donate to the Wounded Warrior Scholarship Fund.

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