Proud to Serve Scholarship | Webster University

Proud to Serve Scholarship

 

For Military Dependents


Webster University is proud to serve those who have served us so proudly. That is why Webster offers annual scholarships up to $3,000 for dependents of military personnel and veterans who attend the university's Webster Groves campus.

About

Webster University has been serving military students since 1974, by providing high-quality, cost-effective graduate programs at military installations and metropolitan locations throughout the country. One of the largest providers of military education in the U.S.A..

This scholarship offer is open to qualified full-time first-time freshmen and new transfer students who are dependents of active military or veterans who have been honorably discharged.

Requirements

Webster University is pleased to offer the Proud to Serve Scholarship for Military Dependents on the Webster Groves campus. This offer is open to qualified full-time first-time freshmen and new transfer students who are dependents of active military or veterans who have been honorably discharged. The annual scholarships up to $3,000 for undergraduate education are guaranteed to all military dependents who meet the following criteria:

  • meet all requirements of admission for first-time undergraduate freshmen or new transfers with a GPA of 2.5 or higher
  • maintain a full class load of 13 or more credit hours per semester and make satisfactory academic progress for annual renewal

The Proud to Serve Scholarship may be used for tuition. The scholarship is offered in addition to any transferred GI Bill® higher education benefit and any other scholarships and awards. However, if a student qualifies for merit aid in excess of $3,000, only a $1,000 award will be given annually for the Proud to Serve scholarship.

Download the scholarship application (PDF)

More Information

Please contact the Scholarship Coordinator in the Office of Admissions, Shannon Frank.

Phone: (314) 246-8723
franksr@webster.edu

Download and complete the Proud to Serve scholarship application (.pdf)