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  • Gilman-McCain Scholarship
    • A great opportunity for veteran dependents to study abroad
  • Davy Disabled Veteran Scholarship
    • One scholarship will be awarded to a veteran student, with a preference for a disabled veteran.
  • Epstein Family Student Veteran Scholarship
    • To encourage student veterans to persist to degree completion, scholarship(s) will be awarded to student-veterans who demonstrate unmet financial need or who have exhausted their GI Bill benefits.
  • Lt. Colonel AJ Pack Veterans Scholarship
    • Scholarships for students who have been or currently serving in the US military. Any branch of military, financial need, 3.0 GPA. Preference will be given to those who have been in combat duty. Students in any major or College are encouraged to apply
  • Major General Jackson Scholarship
    • Scholarship will be awarded to at least one full-time, undergraduate student-veteran or active-duty military student(s) with first preference to students majoring in History, Social Sciences or the Arts. Recipient must demonstrate financial need. Scholarship is renewable if the student(s) continues to meet original scholarship criteria.
  • SDMAC Foundation Veteran Merit Scholarship
    • $2,500 scholarships will be awarded to Veteran of the US Armed Forces with financial need, honorably separated, rank of E-1 through E-9, enrolled at least full-time, GPA of 2.5 or above and seeking a degree in the STEM field. Must have campus and/or community involvement. Preference will be given to students who have exhausted GI Bill Benefits.
  • Student Veterans General Scholarship
    • Scholarship(s) will be awarded to a student with military veteran status.
  • Veterans Student Support Fund
    • Scholarships are provided to active and military veterans to help support CSUSM Bookstore purchases, CSUSM Food Plans, CSUSM Tuition and CSUSM Childcare expenses. Students must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA, demonstrate financial need, pursue career-related areas of study, and intend to reside in San Diego County following graduation. Students must also remain in full time status, and either volunteer or work a minimum of 10 hours per week.