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Breaking News: AUSA Scholarships 2023 Deadline Pushed – Seize the Opportunity!


The deadline for submitting applications for the prestigious Association of the U.S. Army (AUSA) national scholarships, amounting to over $320,000, has been extended until June 16th.

In 2023, AUSA will grant 41 scholarships, with three additional scholarships administered in collaboration with the Army.

Please click here to apply for these scholarships or review the eligibility criteria and requirements. Successful recipients of the AUSA national scholarships will be notified in July.

Applicants for AUSA national scholarships must be active AUSA members, including AUSA Premium members, Association Partner members, or their children or grandchildren. However, membership is not a prerequisite for Army scholarships administered by AUSA.

AUSA’s national scholarships encompass various fields of study, including science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) programs, as well as general studies.

In the STEM category, AUSA will present the following scholarships: ten Delta Dental Oral Health and Wellness Scholarships, each valued at $2,000; two Joseph P. and Helen T. Cribbins Scholarships, each valued at $10,000; and six Nicholas D. Chabraja Scholarships, each valued at $5,000.

The Delta Dental program focuses on supporting Army family members and transitioning soldiers in advancing oral health and wellness. Eligible applicants can pursue programs in dentistry, nursing, home health care aids, or caregiver training.

The Joseph P. and Helen T. Cribbins Scholarships pay tribute to the memory and contributions of Joseph and Helen Cribbins. They were devoted supporters of the U.S. Army and AUSA. The Nicholas D. Chabraja Scholarships honor the former chairman of AUSA’s Board of Directors. Scholarships can be used to complete STEM degrees.

An upcoming $10,000 scholarship sponsored by the Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium has also been announced. This nonprofit biomedical consortium collaborates with the Army Medical Research and Development Command. It enhances the development and delivery of medical technologies that improve the health and safety of military personnel, veterans, and civilians.

AUSA’s general studies scholarships include the newly established GEN Carl E. Vuono Leadership Scholarship, the SMA Leon Van Autreve Scholarship Program, the General Jack N. Merritt Scholarships, completed coursework scholarships, and three full scholarships for undergraduate or graduate degrees offered by Trident University.

The GEN Carl E. Vuono Leadership Scholarship, valued at $25,000, pays tribute to the former Army chief of staff. He served on AUSA’s Board of Directors for 20 years. General Vuono, who retired from active duty in 1991, was appointed to the association’s governing body in 2003 when it was known as the Board of Trustees. Throughout his tenure, he provided exemplary leadership, guidance, and unwavering support for AUSA’s continuous growth and dedication to the U.S. Army. General Vuono retired from the board in 2023.

To honor the legacy of Leon Van Autreve, the fourth sergeant major of the Army, who played a vital role in establishing the NCO education system, AUSA offers eight scholarships: one valued at $25,000, one at $10,000, one at $5,000, and five at $2,000, totaling $50,000.

Furthermore, two $5,000 scholarships will be awarded in memory of General Jack Merritt, former AUSA president.

For young professionals burdened with educational debt from recently completed college courses or professional certifications, eight scholarships worth $2,500 each are available.

Contact For Queries:

Please verify your membership on the application form to expedite the application process. If you do not know your AUSA membership number or your sponsor,

  • please contact AUSA Member Support at or 1-855-246-6269.


The last date to apply for AUSA Scholarships 2023 is June 16th.

How To Apply For AUSA Scholarships 2023?

If you are interested in applying click on the given link below: