Scholarship Program

Every academic year UMA awards 8 scholarships to college students. One male college student and one female college each quarter is selected for 3 months of free training beginning at the start of each school quarter.

Requirements are:

  • You must be 18 years old or above
  • You have not been a UMA student before
  • You must be available to train a minimum of twice a week
  • You must have a class load of 12 credits or more

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Revocation of a scholarship will occur:

  • If class load drops below 12 credits or drops out
  • If a student’s attendance drops below two weeknight classes.
    Exceptions can be made only with a doctor’s note.

To apply, email Scholarship@UnbridledMartialArts.com:

  • Proof of academic enrollment
  • 2 – 3 page personal statement

Fall Quarter – Application due Sept 10, 2017 and scholarships will be awarded Sept 17, 2017.

Winter Quarter – Application due Dec 10, 2017 and scholarships will be awarded Dec 17, 2017.

Spring Quarter – Application due Mar 18, 2018 and scholarships will be awarded Mar 25, 2018.

Summer Quarter – Application due June 10, 2018 and scholarships will be awarded June 17, 2018.


Scholarship entitles the recipient to train at UMA and all gear will be provided for three full months. Gloves, Mouth guard, Stick fighting gear. Male students must have their have their own groin protectors.

Testimonial

I was with UMA for about a year while I lived in the area. I’d had about 1 year or so of experience prior to joining. I loved that the classes involved people of all fighting skills and that you’re training with all different sizes and ages. It makes for a very well-rounded training experience. Rob takes extra time with newer individuals to help you get on track with the current students. I felt at home from day 1! I wish that more gyms would utilize this setting. You have a structured class plan, a friendly and professional environment that is set up by a very knowledgeable and passionate instructor. Rob even took time during class when learning new moves to show me how it would be relevant from a police officer perspective. I have and continue to recommend this class to just about anyone in that area that has mentioned having an interest in martial arts. If you’re into fitness, want to learn self-defense, or have a higher risk job where continuing to hone your defensive tactics is absolutely necessary, UMA is a perfect choice.

~ Sanda M., law enforcement

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