Active Duty Military Scholarships
(Everest University Online Only)
Active duty military personnel serving in components of the Armed Forces, which include the U.S. Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, active Guard/Reserve and Coast Guard, and their dependent spouse and children are eligible to apply for an Active Duty Military scholarship.
The military scholarship allows for a quarterly tuition stipend for active duty personnel and their dependent spouse and children. Scholarship funds are set at the beginning of each fiscal year and are awarded on a continuing basis until funds for the fiscal year are depleted. Scholarship awards may not exceed 15 percent of tuition charged for the term.
Eligibility: Applicants must meet entrance requirements for program of study. Applicants must be on active duty (or be a spouse or dependent child) and provide proof by submitting a copy of official military documentation prior to the start of the term. The scholarship may be renewed from quarter to quarter so long as the recipient maintains active duty military status, remains enrolled, maintains satisfactory academic progress, and maintains a 2.50 cumulative grade point average.
Continuing Education Scholarships
Applicants must be graduates of any of Corinthian Colleges, Inc., school systems, including Everest, WyoTech or Heald (other than employees), with a degree that matriculates (to enroll in a college or university as a candidate for a degree) into an Everest University Online undergraduate or graduate level program. Applicants must have achieved a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or higher, meet eligibility requirements for program of study, submit application for scholarship that may be obtained from the Admissions office, and provide proof of degree completion (official transcripts, diploma, letter from registrar) prior to the start of the term.
The scholarship will include a quarterly tuition stipend from funds set at the beginning of each fiscal year. Scholarship funds are awarded on a continuing basis until funds for the fiscal year are depleted. Scholarship awards may not exceed 15 percent of the tuition charged for the term. The scholarship may be renewed and awarded from quarter to quarter so long as the recipient remains enrolled, maintains satisfactory academic progress, and maintains a 2.50 cumulative grade point average.
Additionally, dependent spouse, children, and siblings of graduates from a Corinthian Colleges, Inc., school system (other than employees) may also apply for scholarship funds not to exceed 15 percent of the term, providing entrance and eligibility requirements are met for program of study. Proof of dependent status required prior to the initial term and must meet provisions above for renewal award of quarterly scholarship.
Dream Award Program and Scholarships
Graduates of any of Corinthian Colleges, Inc., (CCi) schools, including Everest, WyoTech or Heald, may be nominated for the CCi-sponsored Dream Award program. This award is given to recognize a graduate for whom the decision to attend a CCi school was a turning point in the graduate’s life.
Each campus will nominate one recent graduate from the campus to represent the campus in the award competition. Nominations are accepted from April 1 to August 1 each year. Selection of the nominee is based on a review of recent graduates within the past three years by the Campus Selection Committee. The selected nominee should be a graduate whose life story could have gone in any direction, but whose decision to attend a CCi school was a turning point for them. The selected nominee should be an inspiration and motivation to other students.
Each Dream Award recipient will receive: A scholarship worth $2,500 that may be used at any CCi campus for training that is more advanced than the one from which the nominee has graduated. The recipient will also receive a trophy.
Contact Everest University Online, a division of Everest University, to learn more about the institutional scholarship for which you may qualify.