Scholarship Program

Military Order of the Stars and Bars
Scholarship Program

The Military Order of Stars and Bars has established a college scholarship program for genealogically proven: (1) descendants of Confederate Officers; (2) descendants of the Confederate Executive or Legislative branches of government; and (3) descendants of members of the Confederate States’ legislatures, judiciary, and executive branches of government.

The MOS&B Scholarship Program annually awards the merit based scholarships to worthy individuals who meet eligibility requirements and have been judged on information submitted by the applicant.

The General Executive Council has determined that each Department scholarship awarded will be in the amount of one thousand dollars ($1,000). The number of scholarships awarded each year will be determined by the GEC.

The Scholarships are named as follows:
The General Robert E. Lee Scholarship shall be awarded to applicants residing in the Army of Northern Virginia.
The Lt. General Nathan B. Forrest Scholarship shall be awarded to applicants residing in the Army of Tennessee.
The Major General Patrick R. Cleburne Scholarship shall be awarded to applicants residing in the Army of Trans-Mississippi.

Please click on the Apply Now for Scholarships link for detailed applicant information and the Application Form.


2017 Scholarship Winners

2016 Scholarship Winners


2013Schlorship01Jenna Aspen Dornquast
Sahuarita AZ
Pima Community College
Computer Software Engineering

2013Schlorship02Anna-Laura Catherine Luttrell
Hoover AL
Auburn University
Fashion Designer

2013Schlorship03Katherine M. Bryan
Manhattan Beach CA
Bowdoin College

2013Schlorship04Laurel Kasten
Cape Girardeau MO
University of Missouri – Columbia
Art Therapist/Teacher

2013Schlorship05Ross Leone III
Seguin TX
Texas State University – San Marcos
Air Force Officer/Chemistry

Angela Marie Ives
Junior Class
The College of William and Mary
Ultimate goal: DVM

Andrea Joyce Cooper
Incoming Freshman
Clemson University
Goal: Engineering Degree

Adrienne Darby
Third year of six year Program
The McWorter School of Pharmacy
Samford University
Goal: Pharmacist Degree

Mason M. Greenwell
Incoming Freshman
University of Missouri-Columbia
Goal: Engineering degree

Ronald David Kent, Jr.
Incoming Freshman
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
Goal: Environmental Engineering Degree

Nicholas Lee Cavanah
Incoming Freshman
The Military College of Georgia,
North Georgia College and State University
Ultimate goal: Career Army Officer