The 2024-2025 USFAA Scholarship Application is open from September 1, 2023 through May 1st, 2024.
The United States Field Artillery Association Scholarship Program was established to financially assist deserving students in furthering their education goals at an accredited college or university to attain an undergraduate degree or an initial graduate degree. The Association awards scholarships on the basis of Association affiliation, academic potential and demonstrated achievement, exemplary citizenship, personal
character and need.
- Be a member in good standing with the Association.
- Be in the immediate family of a member of the Association who is their parent or legal guardian.
- Be the grandchild of a member in good standing with the Association.
- Be in the immediate family of a deceased Life Time member of the Association.
- Be accepted for admission or enrolled in an accredited college or university with a minimum 20academic load of 12 semester hours (undergraduate) or 6 semester hours (graduate).
- Family members of any paid employee of the Association, Board of Directors, or Scholarship Selection Committee are ineligible.
- Financial support for the attainment of an additional graduate degree or any doctoral program will not be considered.
- Notification of acceptance to a Federal Service Academy (e.g., U.S. Air Force Academy) at the time of award will disqualify an applicant.
Scholarships are judged and awarded without regard to gender, ethnicity, religion, race or disability.
Upon notification of selection, winning applicants must acknowledge or reaffirm their intent to enroll in the academic school year for which they applied for the scholarship. This award will not be deferred. Awards will be disbursed to the appropriate student account at the college or university to which the awardee has been admitted or is currently enrolled.
All of the USFAA Scholarships are endowed through the Oklahoma Community Foundation. The Foundation was designed to manage scholarships and other endowed funds throughout the state of Oklahoma. When you click on the link above you will be taken to their on-line giving page for the U.S. Field Artillery Association Foundation's Scholarship Fund.
2023 Scholarship Awardees
Mary Kemmer, Penn State - $6500
Lilah Lindemann, Massachusets Institute of Technology - $5000
Lakyn Leupold, University of Kansas - $4500
Liam Raney, Susquehanna University - $4500
Owen Comiskey, Iowa State University - $4500
Previous Scholarship Awardees
Christopher Escamilla, The University of Notre Dame
Benjamin Combs, Ouachita Baptist University
Isabel Celedon, University of Central Oklahoma
Liam Raney, Susquehanna University
Lakyn Leupold, University of Kansas
Mackenzie Thomas, The University of Notre Dame
Joseph Mathews, Southern Methodist University
Amelia Rieper, Kansas State University
Elisabeth Novak, Cedarville University
Greta Hall, University of Mary
Ryan Kirby, James Madison University
Zane Bloom, Liberty University
Mitchell Browne, Tufts University
Patrick Doyal, College of William & Mary
Rebecca Winton, Allegany College
Emily Munger, University of Iowa
Madeline Oberg, University of Florida
Mitchell Browne, Tufts University
Destiny Ortiz, Austin Peay State University
Caitlyn Posch, Evangel University
Christian Smith, MIT
Julianne Canaley, University of Miami
Christopher Holland, University of NC at Chapel Hill
Shannon Sullivan, Villanova University
Zoe Raney, Temple University
Haley Wrisinger, Kansas State University
Brooke Errington, Cleveland Chiropractic College