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Edith Nourse Rogers STEM Scholarship

Benefit overview

The Edith Nourse Rogers Science Technology Engineering Math Scholarship allows eligible veterans and dependents using the Post-9/11 GI Bill or Fry Scholarship to get added benefits. This scholarship provides up to nine months (or $30,000) of benefits for training in high-demand fields.

To be eligible for the scholarship, a veteran or dependent must either:

  • Be enrolled in an undergraduate STEM degree program or qualifying dual-degree program.
  • Have earned a post-secondary degree or a graduate degree in an approved STEM degree field and be enrolled in a covered clinical training program for health care professionals.
  • Have earned a post-secondary degree in an approved STEM degree field and working toward a teaching certification.

How this benefit helps

This benefit assists veterans and their families by helping them:

  • Achieve professional and personal self-development goals.
  • Save money while pursuing their education.
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How to access this benefit

Eligible veterans and their dependents can receive this scholarship through three steps. First, make sure you are eligible. You need to be using or have recently used Post-9/11 GI Bill or Fry Scholarship benefits. You must be enrolled in a qualifying program of study. Secondly, you’ll need to apply using VA Form 22-10203, Application for Edith Nourse Rogers STEM Scholarship. You can apply online. Lastly, VA will review your application and either approve or deny it, usually within 30 days. If you are approved, you will get a Certificate of Eligibility or decision letter in the mail. Bring it to the VA certifying official at your school to start receiving the benefit.

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