Youngstown Judge & Wife Endow YSU Scholarship for Graduate of Any Ohio Veterans Treatment Court.

Oct. 7, 2015

The Honorable Robert P. Milich and his wife, Kay, have endowed a new scholarship at Youngstown State University. The scholarship is available for veterans who complete any of the certified Veterans Treatment Court programs in the state of Ohio and desire to earn a degree at Youngstown State.

The eligibility criteria are as follows:


The Honorable Robert Milich, Youngstown, Ohio Municipal Court Judge and Veterans Treatment Court Judge, (USAF COL. RET.), & The Honorable Justice of The Supreme Court of Ohio Evelyn Lundberg Stratton (Ret.)

Must be a veteran with military serve who graduated from a certified Ohio Veterans Treatment Court program;

The veteran must maintain a minimum GPA of 2.0; and
The veteran must complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), as need will be considered.

The veteran will be awarded a one-year scholarship that is renewable through the application and selection process.

The scholarship, when combined with all other financial aid (that does not require repayment), will not exceed the cost of tuition, books and supplies.

Selection will be made by Youngstown Veterans Treatment Court officials in conjunction with the YSU Foundation and the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships.

Applications are available from Evelyn Ross, Bailiff of the Youngstown Veterans Treatment Court, at (330) 742-8855.

Judge Milich is a retired USAF colonel and the presiding judge of the Youngstown Ohio Veterans Treatment Court.