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Scholarships for Iraq/Afghanistan Vets

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University Offers 50% Vet Scholarship

Starting this fall, Pace University will offer a 50 percent tuition scholarship to U.S. military veterans who have served in Afghanistan and/or Iraq from 2001 to the present. The scholarship is open to all veterans who meet Pace's admissions requirements, and includes veterans now at Pace. Veterans must provide a copy of their DD-214 form with one of the following designations: Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal; Operation Afghanistan Campaign Medal; or the Operation Iraqi Freedom Medal. In addition, Pace is
waiving application fees for these veterans. The scholarship is renewable based on academic performance. Applicants are encouraged to apply by early summer, but admissions counselors will continue working with applicants through the beginning of the fall semester. Get full details and apply for the Pace scholarship by filing an application for graduate or undergraduate admission available on the
University's website.