ACHS Military Scholarship
ACHS offers a Military Scholarship Program for Active Duty Military, National Guard, Reserves, and Military Dependents of Active Duty Service Members, and Veterans with an honorable discharge who are not eligible for military education benefits. The ACHS Military Scholarship awards a one-time tuition scholarship of up to $1000 scholarship (not to exceed 35% of tuition).
Our Scholarship Committee reviews applications on a continual basis, upon receipt of all required documents. Recipients are typically notified within 48 hours.
Veterans must submit evidence they are not eligible for military education benefits.
- Complete this ACHS Scholarship Application and arrange for all transcripts and other application materials to be sent to ACHS.
- Provide verification of U.S. military status – active duty (current LES) or veteran status (DD-214 member - 4, Honorable Discharge).
- Military Dependents must submit documents demonstrating their spouse or parent’s current active duty (current LES).
- Veterans must submit evidence they are no longer eligible for education benefits.
- Enroll in minimum of 6 credit hours per enrollment.
- Maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0.
- Complete ACHS Intake Assessment and receive acceptance from the ACHS Admissions Committee.
To apply, please complete the application form and submit the following to firstname.lastname@example.org or send to ACHS, Attn: Military Education Benefits, 5005 S. Macadam Avenue, Portland, OR 97239. Provide verification of U.S. military status – active duty or veteran status.
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