Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art authorized by the Department of Veterans Affairs

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Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art authorized by the Department of Veterans Affairs

Published June 25, 2013


2011 ARC Scholarship
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Marina Fridman
LAAFA has been authorized by the Department of Veterans Affairs to certify students enrolled in their programs for benefits under: Post-9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33), The Montgomery GI Bill (Chapter 30), The Dependents Educational Assistance Program (Chapter 35), The Vocational Rehabilitation Program (Chapter 31), and The Selected Reserve Educational Assistance Program (Chapter 1606). If you are a veteran who served in the military, you can receive educational benefits to go to LAAFA. For example: The GI Bill will pay 100% of your education at LAAFA (3-year program).

In addition LAAFA is currently accepting applications for the Fall and are running a scholarship program as well. Only students accepted into LAAFA's full-time programs will have the opportunity to submit their portfolio and essay for a $6000 scholarship. LAAFA only accepts a small number of students each year to their programs. International Students are encourage to apply.

To learn more visit their page on ARC or visit their website by clicking here.