Armstrong Family Foundation Scholarship

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Provided by: Arizona State University
Type: Scholarship
Amount: up to $8,000

Started in 1999 by Jim and Jo-Ann Armstrong, the scholarship program is designed to help deserving students with family circumstances beyond their control that limit financial resources and prevent access to educational opportunities. The scholarship offers up to $8,000 a year. If you continue to meet the criteria, including participation in Armstrong programs, and show progress toward a degree your scholarship will be renewed each year. But even more importantly, the scholarship offers a strong support network and personal involvement from the Armstrong family. The Armstrongs meet regularly with recipients to make sure they are working through obstacles and reaching their goals. The program also features monthly activities and events to enhance personal and professional development.

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Be an Arizona resident •Be a U.S. citizen or lawful legal resident •Be admitted to ASU by the application deadline and be seeking a degree full time •Have and maintain a 3.0 or higher cumulative academic GPA, non-weighted •This scholarship requires eligible applicants to demonstrate financial need. In order to determine your eligibility, you must submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the scholarship deadline. You may complete the FAFSA at the following link:

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