The deadline for the Dietrich Scholarship is fast approaching



Did you know USBA membership can also benefit your children or grandchildren? If you have a college-bound high school senior in your family, you’ll want to learn more about the William A. Dietrich Memorial Scholarship from USBA Services, Inc.* This scholarship is a $2,000 non-renewable grant that can be used however it’s needed to help cover tuition, room and board, or other expenses.

For 30 years USBA has been honored to award the Dietrich Memorial Scholarship to help deserving students cover some of the costs of higher education.

The Dietrich Scholarship honors former USBA Executive Director and President, the late Maj General William A. Dietrich, USAF (Ret.). It’s awarded annually to at least one graduating high school senior who is a child or grandchild of a USBA member. Scholarship recipients are selected on the basis of academic achievement, leadership accomplishments and participation in community activities.

Applications due March 31st
Students can download and complete the scholarship application here. Applications must be received at USBA no later than March 31 of the student’s senior year of high school.

With a college-bound student in the family, now is a good time to review your life insurance to make sure it still covers everything you originally intended, including college. You can use this estimator to help.

USBA offers affordable group life insurance for military families. It can be used as your primary insurance protection or coverage to supplement veterans’ life insurance you already have, including SGLI. If you are a Federal employee, USBA group life insurance can be used as your primary insurance protection or to supplement FEGLI.

*USBA Services, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of USBA.

USBA is a not-for-profit Association that provides group life insurance, health insurance supplements, and other products and services to military personnel, Federal employees, National Guard and Reserve members, Veterans and their families.

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