San Diego State University's primary commitment is to the safety, health and wellbeing of all campus community members, including students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Staying conscious of the uncertainty of COVID-19, the The Joan and Art Barron Veterans Center is now open. Please feel free to continue to contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or connect virtually Monday to Friday from 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
Students utilizing federal and/or state Veterans Affairs education benefits (i.e. GI Bill, CalVet Fee Waiver, etc.) may qualify for financial aid in addition to or in place of those benefits they are already receiving. By utilizing available financial aid, military connected students may be able to conserve their VA related education benefits for future educational pursuits.
Students are highly encouraged to review the SDSU Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships for more information about available resources. Below is a list of military-connected scholarships available to SDSU students. Military affiliated students should also review additional scholarships, grants, waivers, and other forms of financial aid which may be available.
Military related scholarships offered through the SDSU Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships
- Dan Gomes Veterans Alumni Organization Endowed Scholarship
- Delbert F. Harrison Veterans Endowed Scholarship
- Jack McGrory Veterans Scholarship
- Miramar Federal Credit Union Military Family Scholarship
- Sinegal Veterans Scholarship
- SDSU Veterans Scholarship
- SD Military Advisory Council SDSU Military Student of the Year Scholarship
- The American Legion District 22 Endowed Veterans Scholarship
- William J. Kievens Troops to College Scholarship
The material provided is for informational purposes only and does not constitute financial advice. The decision to use or not use financial aid is an important one and should be discussed with subject matter experts. Students are highly encouraged to contact the SDSU Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships for assistance and to make decisions in their own best interest.