Navy SEAL Foundation Scholarships will be awarded based on merit and academic potential. Merit shall be based on grade point average, SAT scores, class ranking, extracurricular activities, volunteer community involvement, leadership positions held, military service record, and employment as appropriate. Multiple scholarships of various dollar amounts are awarded annually. The Navy SEAL Foundation shall award scholarships without regard to race, color, sex, religion, or national origin.
Navy SEAL Foundation Scholarships are offered to:
- Active duty SEALs and SWCCs
- Active duty Naval Special Warfare Support/Tech personnel currently serving at least their second tour in an NSW Command
- Dependent children of active duty SEALs and SWCCs
- Dependent children of active duty Naval Special Warfare Support/Tech personnel currently serving at least their second tour in an NSW Command
- Spouses of active duty SEALs and SWCCs
- Spouses of active duty Naval Special Warfare Support/Tech personnel currently serving at least their second tour in an NSW Command
Scholarships are awarded to full-time or part-time students seeking:
- Certificate programs and licensures and certifications
- Vocational programs
- Associates degrees
- Bachelor’s degrees
- Graduate degrees – spouses and active duty only (no dependent children)
The 2016 Acceptance Period is now Closed.
Awardees will be selected from all qualified applications and announced on or about April 15, 2016 by the Navy SEAL Foundation. All decisions will be final and binding.
While you cannot simultaneously receive Navy SEAL Foundation, UDT-SEAL Association, and DEVRU scholarships, it is highly suggested that applicants apply for each available scholarship for which they are qualified to further the opportunity of being awarded a scholarship. During the review and award process, should your applications be selected for multiple scholarships, the final award will be for the highest qualifying scholarship amount.
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