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G.I. and Private Scholarships
Students who file the FAFSA may qualify for need-based aid in addition to one of these scholarships:
GI Bill Yellow Ribbon Program
This institutional and federal match program is open to eligible U.S. Veterans and does not require that you file a FAFSA for consideration. Recipients must be in a degree seeking, undergraduate program. You must contact the Veteran's Certifying Official located in Curry's Registrar's Office to have your eligibility for this program certified. The Yellow Ribbon Program is comprised of a Curry College Yellow Ribbon Grant and a federal Yellow Ribbon Match Award. You will need to complete an Enrollment Verification Form available in the Student Financial Services Office indicating your intended enrollment plans for the academic year for which you are seeking funds. Funding levels are very limited and available on a first-come basis. Funds will be credited to your tuition account once the federal match component is received for the semester. Students must maintain eligibility and renewal criteria as outlined by the Veterans Administration.
Air Force ROTC Scholarships
High school seniors can apply for four- and three-year scholarships plus fees. The scholarships range includes $9,000/year up to full-tuition. Scholarship winners also receive a $250-$400 stipend per month, a $600 book allowance and uniforms. Applications for scholarships are due by December 1 of senior year.
Freshmen and sophomores already in college can compete for 2-, 3-, and 3.5-year scholarships, some of which cover full tuition, others cover $15,000 per academic year. All scholarship winners receive a $250-$400 stipend per month, a $600 book allowance and uniforms.
If you are interested in joining the Air Force ROTC program or just want more information, please contact the Department of Aerospace Studies, Boston University, 118 Bay State Road Boston, MA 02215 at 617-353-6316 or 4705. Classes are held at Boston University. You can also visit the detachment website at: www.bu.edu/af-rotc.
Curry College encourages you to seek outside scholarships to help meet the cost of education. These outside scholarships are awarded independently of any federal, state or institutional aid awarded by Curry. The following web resources have been helpful to students in the past. These websites are not affiliated with Curry College in any way, and students should always be cautious when providing personal information over the web. Students should never pay a fee for a scholarship or scholarship search service:
- College Board Scholarship Search
- FastWeb Scholarship Search
- Scholarships.com - Free Scholarship Search
- FinAid.com - Free Scholarship Search