CTU Patriot Scholarship
In 2008, Colorado Technical University established the Wounded Warrior Scholarship to give back to those whose lives have been altered due to injury while serving in the United States Armed Forces. By 2017, the scholarship had evolved to include not only service members, but their eligible spouses, caregivers, and unmarried dependent children. With this change in eligibility criteria, in 2018, the scholarship was renamed the CTU Patriot Scholarship to better exemplify the recipients, who are true patriots.
This scholarship covers full tuition for a single degree program, a laptop, text books, and fees as outlined in the CTU Patriot Scholarship Terms & Conditions. However, recipients choosing to borrow more than $2,000.00 in federal and/or state student loans per academic year will reduce their eligibility for the full-tuition scholarship dollar for dollar. The scholarship can be combined with the reduced military tuition rate as well as the Post 9/11 GI Bill® and Vocational Readiness and Employment benefits.
For further information visit coloradotech.edu/CTUpatriot or contact email@example.com.
In addition to the CTU General Grant and Scholarship Conditions, candidates must also meet the follow criteria:
- Be an active member of the United States Armed Forces (including National Guard and Reserves) who has received or is currently receiving medical treatment for service connected disabilities (or spouse/non medical attendant or unmarried dependent of) or
- Be a Veteran of the United States Armed Forces (including National Guard and Reserves) who has received or is currently receiving medical treatment for service connected disabilities (or spouse/non medical attendant or unmarried dependent of a veteran)
- Candidates must not have previously received the Wounded Warrior/Patriot Scholarship twice.
Candidates who have previously lost scholarship eligibility, been administratively withdrawn or academically dismissed from Wounded Warrior/Patriot Scholarship program are not eligible to reapply.