CTU Wounded Warrior Military Scholarship Program
About the Scholarship
The CTU Wounded Warrior Scholarship program began in 2008. In partnership with the Yellow Ribbon Fund Inc. and CTU, the scholarship provides an opportunity through education to a population with uncertain futures--those whose lives are forever altered by a debilitating physical injury while serving their country. Each year, 25 wounded service members and 25 spouses of wounded service members receive a full scholarship to attend CTU.
The window for accepting applications for the 2015 scholarship year has closed. If you have questions regarding your 2015 application or would like to explore possible options for applications not submitted by the deadline please contact WoundedWarriors@ctuonline.edu.
Please check back in early Spring 2015 for new military scholarship opportunities.
What the Scholarships Cover
- Full tuition to any eligible CTU degree program available 100% online
- Specially-trained military education advisors
- New laptop computer
- Hardcopy or e-books
- 24/7 technical support
Attend College Anywhere, Anytime
All CTU Wounded Warrior Scholarship recipients complete their degrees online via the Internet, allowing students to take classes from anywhere in the world. The virtual campus at CTU is a supportive environment for recovering service members, and their spouses, to begin and continue their education. Whether receiving rehabilitation services or caring for a spouse as they recover, the virtual campus allows students the flexibility to access their classes at times that are convenient for the them...anytime!
Candidates for the scholarship must:
- Be a spouse of or active member or Veteran of the United States armed forces currently receiving medical treatment for injuries suffered in combat or injuries received in the line of duty while serving in a combat zone during Operation Enduring Freedom or Operation Iraqi Freedom.
- Meet the application requirements of Colorado Technical University including; being able to provide proof of high school graduation or equivalency documents to CTU by the first day of the second quarter in the degree program of study. It is the student’s responsibility to provide this documentation. Any student who does not provide documentation of high school equivalency prior to the first day of the second quarter in the degree program of study may be subject to cancellation from the University.
Employees of Career Education Corporation (CEC) and its schools and their immediate family members are not eligible to receive the scholarship.