Michigan Capitol Area Chapter College Scholarship Program
Scholarship and Book Allowance Overview
1. The MOAA Capitol Area College
Scholarship Program is intended for chapter members, children and grandchildren
of chapter members or children of any Michigan
military service member, who died or was disabled in the line of duty. Also, any Michigan military SERVICE MEMBER disabled in
the line of duty since September 11, 2001 is eligible to apply. For this program,
disabled means the service member is unable to continue in military service
because of injury or medical condition.
2. The scholarship value shall be
$1,000 to $1,250 for college/university study, job training programs, or
graduate school. Any high school student
awarded a scholarship may apply for one additional scholarship as a college
student and again as a graduate student. A student may apply each
year (except when applying for a scholarship) for a book allowance of $250 to
$300. Note: If the applicant is NOT awarded a
scholarship, the committee may consider the applicant for a book allowance.
3. Applicant must have a minimum 2.0 Grade Point
4. The chapter
scholarship committee will make selections in May of each year. The number
of scholarships and book allowances awarded depends on funds available.
The scholarship program is funded through donations from chapter members and
consideration is given if the sponsor is a member of the National MOAA and
contributes to the chapter scholarship program.
packages must be submitted not later than MARCH 15 of the award year to: Capitol Area Chapter MOAA,
Major DeLee M. Dankenbring, 992 Pennine Ridge Way, Grand Ledge,