Scholarship Award: Professional Culinary or Pastry Arts range from $1,148 to $9,648, depending on program cost & schedule and $1,500 for Intensive Sommelier Training
Applicant Eligibility: Applicant must be a military veteran, active military member or the spouse/child of a veteran or active military member who has been honorably discharged from the United States Armed Forces
Application Deadline: Varies
Veterans with an honorable discharge, active military and the spouse/child of a veteran or active military member eligible for the maximum in federal grants and full Post 9/11 benefits can attend International Culinary Center with no out-of-pocket expense for the Professional Culinary Arts or Professional Pastry Arts programs at the award-winning cooking school’s New York City or Silicon Valley, CA, campus. Tuition assistance is available if full GI benefits are not.
ICC Military Scholarships for Professional Culinary or Pastry Arts range from $1,148 to $9,648, depending on program cost & schedule and $1,500 for Intensive Sommelier Training.
- Eligible applicants must be enrolled in a Professional Culinary Arts, Professional Pastry Arts or Intensive Sommelier Training program
- Applicants must be military veterans who have been honorably discharged from the United States Armed Forces and not eligible for The Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) VetSuccess Program under Title 38 CFR chapter 31.
- Applicants must submit a copy of their DD 214.
- Dependents (child or spouse) of military veterans may also be eligible with appropriate documentation (birth certificate/marriage license and DD 214)
(Recipients of the Post 9/11 GI Bill who are eligible for 100% toward the Intensive Sommelier course cannot receive this scholarship.)
*The ICC Military Scholarship cannot be combined with other scholarships and discounts.
Personal essay and FAFSA are not required. Speak to your financial aid adviser or contact us with any questions.
If you have not yet submitted an admission application through the ICC website or in person, please so do. It is required to be considered for a scholarship.