Ruby Linn Foundation
SERVICEMEMBER AND VETERAN REFERRAL PROGRAM
Scholarship up to $10,000 for tuition or education-related expenses for Lowell Institute School students who are servicemembers (active duty, National Guard, reserve) and veterans. This scholarship is renewable annually.
Applicants must meet the following criteria
- Applied to any degree program existing within the Lowell Institute School degree portfolio:
- Military status as a servicemember (active duty, National Guard, reserve) or veteran
Scholarship Application Instructions (for servicemembers and veterans):
- Complete the College of Professional Studies application for one of our aforementioned degree programs within the Lowell Institute School.
- Submit a personal statement including education goals and intended use of scholarship funds and proof of service including but not limited to a VA Certificate of Eligibility, DD-214, or a copy of your current orders. We can accept the personal statement and proof of service via fax, e-mail, regular mail, or in person.
Scholarship Awarding Process
Selected recipients will receive a formal letter via email of the award granted. Award value is divided throughout the academic year considering that the student continues to meet the criteria of the award. At this time the Ruby Linn Foundation Scholarship for Servicemembers and Veterans is renewable.
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Connect with an enrollment coach today to learn more about each undergraduate program and how to apply for the Ruby Linn Foundation Scholarship. Undergraduate degree completion programs at the Seattle campus are currently online only, but students will have access to the university’s facilities in South Lake Union at any time.
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Scholarship applications are awarded on a rolling basis, but it is recommended that you complete your admissions application 4-6 weeks prior to the desired term start dates, viewable here.