About the Scholarship

Liberty University licenses the Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grant. Freedom University is a Christian scholastic network in the convention of evangelical organizations of advanced education which was set up in the year 1971. 

Through its private and online projects, administrations, offices, and coordinated efforts, the University teaches people who will cause significant commitments to their work environments and networks, to pursue their picked occupations as reasons for living to laud God and satisfy the Great Commission.  

Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grant is a need-based award.


How to apply for this scholarship grant?

  • The understudies applying for this grant must present a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application every year. 

  • The student should demonstrate financial need.

  • Must borrow full Subsidized Federal Direct Student Loa.


Liberty Supplemental Grant amounts to

  • This grant provides an award up to the maximum Federal Pell Grant.

  • The number of grants offered each year varies depending on the availability of funds.

Deadline

The applications are to be introduced before the finish of December 01, 2020. Understudies are educated to show their award application, and different necessities are to be submitted before the due date. Applications and other information are available online on the Liberty University website.


Eligibility Criteria

  • The applicant must demonstrate financial need.

  • The applicant must be a U.S. citizen or an eligible noncitizen.

  • The applicant must have a valid Social Security number.

  • The applicant must be registered with Selective Service if you’re a male.

  • The applicant should be enrolled as a regular student in an eligible degree or certificate program.

  • The applicant should maintain a satisfactory academic progress in college or career school.

  • The applicant must not be eligible for a Federal Pell Grant on the basis of Expected Family Contribution.

  • The applicant's parent or guardian was a member of the U.S. armed forces and died as a result of military service performed in Iraq or Afghanistan after the events of 9/11.

  • The applicant was under 24 years old or enrolled in college at least part-time at the time of parent’s or guardian’s death.