Call for Applications (Due 30 Jun)
The Brigadier General Donald B. Wagner Perpetual Scholarship Fund
Background: The Brigadier General Donald B. Wagner Perpetual Scholarship Fund was chartered in Texas in 1982 as a 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation in honor of the general’s contributions. General Wagner was the first Air Force Medical Service Corps Officer to achieve general officer (or flag) rank. The corporation was formed exclusively for charitable, educational purposes providing scholarship grants to children of United States Air Force Medical Service Corps officers (Active, Reserve, Air National Guard, Retired) who are enrolled in graduate or undergraduate programs in health care management or related fields of study at an accredited institution of higher learning.
Call for Scholarship Applications: Children and/or grandchildren of members of the United States Air Force Medical Service Corps (MSC) officers (Active, Reserve, Air National Guard, or Retired) who are enrolled in a graduate or undergraduate program in health care management or related field of study at accredited educational institutions of higher learning are encouraged to apply for a Brigadier General Donald B. Wagner scholarship.
Interested students and their qualifying sponsor must complete either:
If not applying online, send applications and supporting documentation by e-mail to the following address: WagnerScholarship@mscassociation.org Hard copy or mail-in applications will not be accepted.
Suspense: To be considered for a grant award for this academic year, completed applications must be received by Jun 30.
Point of Contact: Questions should be directed to Col (r) Brian Acker at email@example.com.
MSCA Note: While the Brigadier General Don Wagner Scholarship Fund is a separate and distinct function and organization from the MSC Association, we most certainly endorse and support its purpose and fund-raising activity. As such, we will include information about the Fund on our website.