(September 27, 2016) The University of Phoenix and NGAUS have announced three officers who have been awarded full-tuition master’s degree scholarships as part of the associations scholarship program.
This is the fourth year the University of Phoenix has offered the scholarship to eligible NGAUS members. The scholarships were awarded to Army and Air National Guardsmen and NGAUS members ranked lieutenant colonel and below.
The recipients of this year’s award are 1st Lt. Lindsey Hardenstine, Delaware Air National Guard; Capt. Chad Morgan, Tennessee Air National Guard; and Maj. Jerome Guerrero, Nevada Air National Guard.
“National Guard officers embody the type of student we look for at University of Phoenix,” said Adam Such, U.S. Army lieutenant colonel (Ret.) and University of Phoenix vice president of military and veterans affairs. “They’re dedicated, hard-working and disciplined and it is truly our honor to welcome them to the Phoenix family.”
To date, University of Phoenix has awarded 14 full-tuition master’s scholarships to NGAUS members. To be eligible for an NGAUS Scholarship at University of Phoenix, applicants must be actively affiliated with NGAUS.