Student Veterans Flight Scholarship

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Did you know? 

Embry-Riddle has more than 700 military-affiliated students enrolled at our residential campuses, many of whom are pursuing flight training with a degree in Aeronautical Science. VA educational benefits do not cover the cost of flight training, meaning many of our veterans are incurring significant debt to pursue their dreams.


How you can help: 

Flight Fees can create as much as $100,000 in debt for student pilots. Please join us in showing gratitude to our students that sacrificed so much during their time in the military with a gift to the Veteran Student Services Flight Fees Scholarship.


About the scholarship:

The Veteran Student Services Flight Scholarship will be available to any student veteran pursuing flight training at Embry-Riddle's Daytona Beach or Prescott Campus. With your help, we can award our first scholarship next year to a deserving student.


About Veteran Student Services:

Embry-Riddle's Veteran Student Services helps student veterans and military-dependents understand and apply VA benefits, provides activities and support for student achievement, and builds community across both residential campuses. For more information on Veteran Student Services, please contact Edwin Hernandez (Daytona Beach) or John Hanson (Prescott). 

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