Contact the Student Veterans Center for application information
Dr. Robert F. Brooks Chief Master Sergeant Fund
General financial assistance or emergency funding for honorably discharged FSU student veterans or veteran-dependents who are in good academic standing and demonstrate a financial need. Contact the director of the Student Veterans Center to apply.
Approximately $1,000 annually to an undergraduate nursing student who is or will be serving in the armed forces as a military nurse.
Award covers the cost of four undergraduate Emergency Management and Homeland Security courses, or five graduate EMHS courses up to $1,500.
$500 to the FSU undergraduate and graduate student-veteran with the highest semester GPA (awarded after each Fall and Spring semester). Recipients must be or have been full-time students, and ties are broken by financial need.
$5,000 total ($2,500 for Fall and Spring semesters) for veterans accepted into a master's program in the FSU College of Social Sciences and Public Policy.
Mark and Nan Casper Hillis Endowed Fund for Student Veterans
Provides much needed support for academically at-risk student veterans and may also be made available to student veterans at the discretion of the Student Veterans Center director.
Up to $3,000 for graduate research by an MSW or Ph.D. student in the FSU College of Social Work who has served or will be serving in the military after graduation.
Approximately $1,000 annually to two MSW students in the FSU College of Social Work who are in their full-time field-placement course, and have served or will be serving in the military after graduation.
Student Veterans Emergency Fund
Up to $1,000 for verifiable financial emergencies facing FSU student veterans enrolled fulltime and in good academic standing. Contact the director of the Student Veterans Center to apply.
One $1,000 scholarship per year to a student who is a military veteran, or enrolled in an ROTC program or a Health Professions Scholarship recipient, and serves as an FSU student leader or has a dedication to service. Minimum 3.2 GPA and applicants must include a brief description (200-500 words) of their student-leadership activities or dedication to service.