ASA College offers a scholarship to undocumented students who are not eligible to receive financial aid under federal and state law and who have graduated from a US high school or have obtained a GED. Students must produce the following documentation in order to be considered for this scholarship:
In addition, students must meet the following eligibility criteria:
Fifty percent of the semester tuition charges.
Applicant must complete an ASA admissions and scholarship applications, meet with an ASA Admissions Representative, take and pass all required placement tests.
In order to qualify for this scholarship, student must be recommended by a Local, State, or Federal Legislator. The recommendation must be in a form of a letter on the Legislator’s official letterhead outlining student’s merits and accomplishments which were used as the basis for this recommendation. Student must enroll in an approved Degree program at ASA College and must satisfy the following requirements in order to maintain eligibility for the scholarship from one semester to the next:
Student will be awarded $1,000 per semester, not to exceed a total of $5,000. Award will be reflected on the Financial Aid Eligibility Notice and will be posted to the student’s account upon completion of a semester.
To qualify for this award, students must be enrolled in a Health Discipline degree program at ASA College and must satisfy the following requirements and eligibility criteria:
Maximum allowance of award is $500 per semester, and will be awarded once per semester.
Applicant must fill out a scholarship application form which can be obtained in the Division of Health Disciplines. Completed scholarship application form will be submitted to the scholarship committee for consideration. Applications are accepted each semester. Deadline for submission: Friday of the 2nd week of every semester.
The Arthur J. Hidalgo Memorial Scholarship is available on a competitive basis to students who meet the eligibility criteria. Typical criteria include grade point average, enrollment in a specific academic program, and residence in a limited geographic area, community service or co-curricular activities. Other factors which are considered include essays, recommendations and interviews. The Arthur J. Hidalgo Memorial Scholarship is awarded once a year in the fall semester. Only students in the degree programs are eligible to apply for this scholarship. Students must also maintain a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 3.75 to continue to receive this scholarship in subsequent semesters.
Scholarship covers full amount of tuition and fees for each semester the student is eligible.
Applicants must complete an ASA admissions and scholarship applications, meet with an ASA Admissions Representative, take and pass all required placement tests, apply for financial aid, submit an essay and a letter of recommendation. Deadline for submission: Friday of the 2nd week of the FALL semester
The scholarship is available to all ASA graduates who have completed an Associate degree at ASA and would like to enroll into another AOS/AAS program at ASA.
Student will be awarded $1,000 per semester, not to exceed a total of $2,000.
Award eligibility will be determined by a Financial Aid advisor at the initial packaging interview.