Air Force ROTC ScholarshipAir Force ROTC offers two-, three-, and four-year scholarships. The two- and three-year scholarships are available to fulltime, day-enrolled, DBU students. These scholarships cover tuition, books, and fees, up to $9,000 annually, plus a $150 monthly non-taxable allowance during the school year. All scholarships are based on merit and cumulative GPA, not on financial need. Half of all scholarships are offered in the following academic majors: pre-med, mathematics, and computer science. Scholarship selection boards convene twice annually, February and June, to consider qualified applicants. The four-year scholarship program offers qualified graduating high school seniors scholarships ranging in length from three to four years. These scholarships may pay full college tuition or be capped at $9,000 annually. Regardless of scholarship length or tuition-funding level, each also covers incidental and lab fees, a textbook allowance, and a $150 monthly non-taxable allowance during the school year. Applications are available at the end of the student's junior year of high school, usually June 1, through his or her high school counselor and must be filed before the established deadline, usually December 1, during the student's senior year of high school. For more information concerning any of these ROTC scholarship opportunities, please call the Air Force ROTC Unit Recruiting Officer at 817-272-3281.
Charles Lee and Patsy Williamson Scholarship FundThis fund provides scholarships for children of BGCT executive board staff members who are seeking undergraduate degrees at DBU. Contact the Treasurer at the BGCT for an application at (214) 828-5100.
Veterans BenefitsThe Texas Veterans Commission approves Dallas Baptist University for students who wish to receive educational benefits under various Veterans Administration programs. Eligible students should contact the VA Certification Official in the DBU Veteran Services Office.
Other ScholarshipsOther scholarships (athletic scholarships, ministerial scholarships, or music scholarships) may be, or may become, available from time to time. Please check with those respective departments or colleges (or the Office of Financial Aid) for the availability of specific scholarships.
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